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Award-Winning Photographer Sharon Tenenbaum ‘Paints The City’

In Arts, News by Laura Goldstein

Peering in closely, they resemble a black and white abstract sundial–grey shadows ticking off the sands of time; a sensually, curved steel boomerang or a vast spider web of cables clinging to passing clouds. Actually optical illusions, one is surprised to see the images morphing into the architecturally organic Bridges Series of award-winning photographs by Canadian photographer, Sharon Tenenbaum. Recently, she was awarded 1st place in …

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The Hobbit – Conceptual Artist, John Howe Is Lord of the Brush

In Arts, News by Laura Goldstein

The Hobbit – A Surprising Journey From Middle-earth, the Middle East to the Canadian West! On December 17th, 2014 the final installment of the film epic fantasy adventure based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 novel, The Hobbit, will open world-wide with The Battle of the Five Armies, directed by Peter Jackson. I interviewed Vancouver-born conceptual artist John Howe by SKYPE from New Zealand …

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Star Wars Texture Painter Derek Gillingham Mounts New Exhibition

In Arts, News by Laura Goldstein

Vancouver Artist, Derek Gillingham Explores New Work From The Road at the Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, Jewish Community Centre, Vancouver.  As a film texture painter for such blockbusters as Captain Phillips, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Star Wars Episodes I & II , the versatile Derek Gillingham works in a collaborative industry. As a solo artist, his oil …

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Red Sea Star is The Mermaids’ Kitchen

In Design, News, Travel by Laura Goldstein

Don’t be surprised if mermaids, dolphins or parrotfish watch as you eat. After all, you are the one behind glass in this unique undersea restaurant Visitors to Eilat, Israel’s trendy beach resort area, spend a lot of time under water snorkelling, swimming with the dolphins and scuba diving. Although they still need to come up occasionally for air, they don’t …