Pittsburgh native's art inspires Love stampYork Daily RecordPITTSBURGH—Her name is Elizabeth Quarrier Eddy Cassetti, but this Pittsburgh native is known as "Q." Cassetti. The short first name is as pretty and saucy as her illustration that inspired the 2014 Love stamp for the U.S.
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Pittsburgh native's art inspires Love stampPittsburgh Post GazetteElizabeth "Q." Cassetti, a Pittsburgh native who now lives in New York State. The red valentine struck to signs on the left side is the stamp she did for the postal office.
Native Art Classes return to Qutekcak for 2014Sewardcity NewsFebruary 4, 2014 2:29 pm0 commentsViews: NativeArt Qutekcak will be starting the 2014 season of the Alaska Native Art classes on Wednesday February 12th 2014.
Native artist has show at Wallaceburg museumWallaceburg Courier PressNative artist has show at Wallaceburg museum 0. By David Gough, QMI Agency. Monday, February 3, 2014 9:46:05 EST AM. Chatham's Darla Fisher-Odjig has her art on display at the Wallaceburg Museum until the end of February.
Museum's Super Bowl bet shows pitfalls that come with Native artLos Angeles TimesMuseums risk consequences if they treat native peoples' spiritual objects simply as regular artworks, as the Seattle Art Museum learned this week when it briefly wagered a ceremonial tribal mask from British Columbia in a playful bet with the Denver ...
It's a Banner Week for Contemporary Native ArtOregonLive.comI.M.N.D.N – Native Art for the 21 Century, brings together the work of seven contemporary Native artists from the Pacific Northwest and Canada.
Kiowa artist to be displayed at Cache's Bad Eagle GalleryThe Lawton ConstitutionAn art show and reception will begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Tribal Art Center and Bad Eagle Gallery, 423 West C. The works will be available for viewing from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The event is open and free to the public.
Wrong by a factor of 64artsHub Australia (subscription)Lawson's 'made no ambitious claims to the statue in its cataloguing of the figure as Caroline Islands in Micronesia in one of its regular tribal art sales held on May 21 2001.
New Tribal Art gallery to open in LilleAMAThe space is the result of a collaboration between Emmanuel Provost, François Hacker – both collectors of contemporary and tribal art – and Jean-Christopher Zongo, an expert in African art.