Lithographs – Russell Chatham http://russellchatham.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 22:23:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://russellchatham.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-2.png Lithographs – Russell Chatham http://russellchatham.com/ 32 32 Bill Stockman – Lee’s Summit Tribune https://russellchatham.com/bill-stockman-lees-summit-tribune/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 17:57:30 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/bill-stockman-lees-summit-tribune/ July 26, 1936 ~ January 10, 2022 Billy Gean Stockman, 85, of Pleasant Hill, was born July 26, 1936 in Higginsville, the son of William “Bill” and Elma (Davis) Stockman. He left this life on Monday, January 10, 2022, at home surrounded by love and family. Bill graduated from Higginsville High School in 1954. On […]]]>

July 26, 1936 ~ January 10, 2022

Billy Gean Stockman, 85, of Pleasant Hill, was born July 26, 1936 in Higginsville, the son of William “Bill” and Elma (Davis) Stockman. He left this life on Monday, January 10, 2022, at home surrounded by love and family.

Bill graduated from Higginsville High School in 1954.

On May 29, 1955, he married Rosemary Bird in Higginsville. She preceded him in death on April 14, 2017.

Bill was employed as a printer and lithographer for several area printing companies including Higginsville Advance, Unity Village, Eagle Lithography, Chromagraphics and Press Ready Plates. He was a member of Pleasant Hill First Christian Church, Pleasant Hill Jewel Lodge #480 AF&AM, the Cattleman’s Association and the Woodturners Guild. He enjoyed woodworking, farming, fishing, motorcycling, and working on anything with a motor. He loved spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.

Bill was also predeceased by his parents and a sister, Linda Stockman.

He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Michelle and Mike McKee of Hartsburg, Missouri; his son and daughter-in-law Michael and Dena Stockman of Pleasant Hill; five grandchildren, Tyler (and Tina) McKee of Leawood, Jaclyn (and Chris) Reeder of Columbia, Susan McKee of Hartsburg, Stephanie Stockman and Jamie (and Garrett) Coillot, both of Pleasant Hill; three great-grandchildren, Kyle Coillot, Alex Coillot and Johnathan McKee; one brother, Bob (and Alona) Stockman of Higginsville; one sister, Judy Swingle of The Villages, Florida; other relatives and friends.

The funeral will take place at 2:00 p.m. on Monday January 17, 2022 at the funeral home. Reverend D. Kent Deubner will officiate. Interment will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. The pallbearers are Garrett Coillot, Curt Jones, Charlie Brown, Doug Bird, Randy Long and Kirk Smith.

Visitation will be from 1:00 p.m. until time of service at the funeral home.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Phoenix Hospice or Pleasant Hill First Christian Church and may be sent to care of the funeral home.

Online condolences can be sent to the family at www.stanleyedenburn.com

Arrangements: Stanley-Edenburn Funeral Home, 203 N. Armstrong St., Pleasant Hill, Missouri 64080 (816) 540-5550

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The exhibition Salvador Dali, Water Works arrives at the Ellen Noel Art Museum https://russellchatham.com/the-exhibition-salvador-dali-water-works-arrives-at-the-ellen-noel-art-museum/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 00:11:15 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/the-exhibition-salvador-dali-water-works-arrives-at-the-ellen-noel-art-museum/ Entertainment // Arts and Theater Jackie Lewis, MRT.com/Midland Reporter-Telegram January 12, 2022 Ellen Christmas Art Museum. Jacy Lewis / Reporter-Telegram Jacy Lewis / Reporter-Telegram Two new exhibitions will be presented at the Ellen Noel Art Museum this month. “Les Diners de Gala” by Salvador Dalí will open on Thursday. “Les Diners de Gala” was published […]]]>

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Ellen Christmas Art Museum. Jacy Lewis / Reporter-Telegram

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Two new exhibitions will be presented at the Ellen Noel Art Museum this month.

“Les Diners de Gala” by Salvador Dalí will open on Thursday. “Les Diners de Gala” was published in 1973 and became a Salvador Dalí collector’s item. The unique cookbook was published as a collaboration between the artist and a secret chef. The chef turned out to be chefs from the best French restaurants of the time, including Lasserre, La Tour d’Argent, Maxim’s and Le Buffet de la Gare de Lyon.

Dalí also had a self-proclaimed refined taste for food and wine. His introduction to the book states that since he was a little boy, he wanted to be a master cook. With 136 recipes in 12 chapters, this collection of quirky formulas includes an entire chapter on aphrodisiacs, the proper use of atteletes (meat jewelry), and sketches of limbless dwarves eating eggs.

The exhibition presents a portfolio of 12 lithographs which were published together with the book “Les Diners De Gala” (printed in 1971). These lithographs are the result of Dalí’s experimentation with mixed media and are considered his most unique prints. The exhibition is on view until March 27.

The “Water Works” exhibition opens on January 27 with artwork by community members on water issues affecting the Permian Basin. The exhibition is a collaboration with Nancy Fyfe Cardozier Gallery at the University of Texas Permian Basin and ENAM. The exhibition will be on view until April 24.

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These textile recyclers balance a lot of the old with a little bit of the new https://russellchatham.com/these-textile-recyclers-balance-a-lot-of-the-old-with-a-little-bit-of-the-new/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 04:15:00 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/these-textile-recyclers-balance-a-lot-of-the-old-with-a-little-bit-of-the-new/ STENT KEVIN Peter Thompson and Bernadette Casey in their eclectic Wellington home. The back door once sported a pink 90s stained glass window and no one was sad when the wind caught the door and shattered the glass. Thompson put a temporary board in place of the glass. While they were deciding on a new […]]]>
Peter Thompson and Bernadette Casey in their eclectic Wellington home.  The back door once sported a pink 90s stained glass window and no one was sad when the wind caught the door and shattered the glass.  Thompson put a temporary board in place of the glass.  While they were deciding on a new door, Casey spray painted the plank as a temporary measure.  Thompson stripped the door naked and found a layer of bottle green, which matched quite well with the flowers she had painted.  So they left the door as it is until they found a replacement.  “Ten years later, we haven't found a door we like best,” says Casey.

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Peter Thompson and Bernadette Casey in their eclectic Wellington home. The back door once sported a pink 90s stained glass window and no one was sad when the wind caught the door and shattered the glass. Thompson put a temporary board in place of the glass. While they were deciding on a new door, Casey spray painted the plank as a temporary measure. Thompson stripped the door naked and found a layer of bottle green, which matched quite well with the flowers she had painted. So they left the door as it is until they found a replacement. “Ten years later, we haven’t found a door we like best,” says Casey.

Bernadette Casey and her husband Peter Thompson live in a 1920s house in Wellington with their dog George, 14. They are co-founders of Usefully, a textile reuse company.

BERNADETTE: Peter owned this house before we met. My thoughts were that this was his home and that there was a story.

When you get together as a couple, you might want a place that is new for both of you. But when I moved in it was such a lovely family home. There is a park across the road, it’s zoned for everything and close to town. It was just ideal. We’ve been here together for 17 years now.

Casey says their house is a mixture of old stuff and very little new stuff.  The yellow vase came from a flea market in Levin.  The princess candlestick and the blue vase were both lovely gifts.

STENT KEVIN

Casey says their house is a mixture of old stuff and very little new stuff. The yellow vase came from a flea market in Levin. The princess candlestick and the blue vase were both lovely gifts.

I have always loved textiles and fashion. My grandparents were sheep and milk herders in Taranaki, and mom occasionally received a sack full of wool. I’m one of six, and she made jerseys for all of us and taught us card and yarn and knit and crochet.

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Back then, if you wanted a new dress, you would go into town, buy some fabric, buy a pattern, and make it.

Now in the house, if we are going to buy something that we are still thinking about, is it already available? Every now and then we buy something new, but overall our house is a mixture of very little new stuff and mostly old stuff.

We have this very long room which is a dining room at one end. It’s just a huge rectangle, and we had been looking for ages for a room divider and just couldn’t find what we really liked. Years ago I had seen an amazing knitted wall in the Amsterdam public library. So that was my inspiration to make the macrame room divider.

Casey created a separate reading room by hanging a macrame room divider she made from disused mooring ropes.  It lets in light, but also weighs a ton.

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Casey created a separate reading room by hanging a macrame room divider she made from disused mooring ropes. It lets in light, but also weighs a ton. “When we went to hang it, we had to ask the builder to secure it to the roof so it wouldn’t lower the ceiling.”

I used disused mooring ropes and thought my husband could just pop them up. But it weighs 65 kilos, and we had to hire a builder to install it.

We lived in Milan for a year when we were looking for ways to make fabric from rice scraps. We came back in 2015.

“A duomo ceramic fits perfectly into this fun alcove and reminds us of our time in Milan.

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“A duomo ceramic fits perfectly into this fun alcove and reminds us of our time in Milan. “

Recycling textiles is not something an individual brand can tackle.

We designed a circular clothing system for New Zealand. For example, cotton can turn into cellulose, which can be used for road construction. It really is a pragmatic solution, and we are doing our first installation test this summer.

We generally work from home on Mondays and Fridays. When we go to the office, we ride electric bikes. What better way to start the day? It’s a bit more of a homecoming as we live on top of the hill.

The room at the end of the kitchen used to be a terrace, but the previous owners closed it.  Now it's a cozy place with a sofa, wool rug, and lots of late afternoon sun.

STENT KEVIN

The room at the end of the kitchen used to be a terrace, but the previous owners closed it. Now it’s a cozy place with a sofa, wool rug, and lots of late afternoon sun.

In the evenings we make dinner and maybe watch TV, but most of our time is spent in the kitchen / cozy nook. I love to read and love to listen to podcasts – from science to economics to storytelling.

Before Covid, we were only home a few nights a week. I would go to yoga, Peter is in a running club, we have a lot of stuff. And we are quite sociable.

I love to cook and have a few local Kiwi cookbooks and I really cook anything – we love meat and we love veg.

Casey says the centerpiece for the table was picked from their garden.

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Casey says the centerpiece for the table was picked from their garden. “The dishes are the Crown Lynn set from my parents, which they received as a wedding present in the 1970s.” The dining chairs are from the Italian design company Calligaris.

Peter makes the most fantastic baked pastries – cannelés. They are from Bordeaux, like pastry cream. They have these special molds and I had them years ago when I was in France. I introduced Pete to the cannelés. He likes to perfect them and they’re for special occasions – birthdays, that sort of thing.

The kitchen door is now part of the personality of the house and, honestly, I don’t think it’s going to be changed now. There is an old cat flap on the door. Peter had a cat called Squeaky who slept in the fruit basket.

We use the hot tub all the time. It’s nice out there under the stars at night.

This mid-century ceramic vase is a favorite piece.  It was picked up from a flea market in Little River, Banks Peninsula, in the early 2000s for the princely sum of $ 10.

STENT KEVIN

This mid-century ceramic vase is a favorite piece. It was picked up from a flea market in Little River, Banks Peninsula, in the early 2000s for the princely sum of $ 10.

The owners before us had built this huge west facing patio, so we have the sun until it goes down. And it overlooks the most beautiful valley, and we get all the benefits of Zealandia – all this fantastic birdlife.

We have a bunch of eclectic artwork – an impression of a car chase through the Victoria Tunnel, a lithograph of Paris, photographic works, artwork by my son.

Thompson's office gets plenty of sun, along with a daybed and standing desk made by Limber in Wellington.

STENT KEVIN

Thompson’s office gets plenty of sun, along with a daybed and standing desk made by Limber in Wellington.

My son is super creative. He now lives in London. I have his guitar here and started learning to play it while in confinement. I have a long way to go, but I know my chords now.

It was important to us that what is on our bed was natural – cotton, linen, silk. I didn’t want synthetic fibers. So I found this beautiful heavy pleated cotton for a headboard.

Mid-century Murano glass lamps are from the vintage Babelogue store on K Road.  The bedside tables come from the Swiss furniture company USM and are made of sheet steel and chrome.  The Miss Lolo headboard is made from French pleated cotton fabrics.

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Mid-century Murano glass lamps are from the vintage Babelogue store on K Road. The bedside tables come from the Swiss furniture company USM and are made of sheet steel and chrome. The Miss Lolo headboard is made from French pleated cotton fabrics.

I don’t think our homes all have to look like they’ve come straight out of a furniture store catalog. Houses and buildings have their own personality. But they must also reflect the personality of the people who make them up.

I think this place reflects us.

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5 Best Art Galleries in Tucson, AZ https://russellchatham.com/5-best-art-galleries-in-tucson-az/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 23:17:06 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/5-best-art-galleries-in-tucson-az/ Below is a list of the main art galleries in Tucson. To help you find the best art galleries located near you in Tucson, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of review points. The best art galleries in Tucson: Top rated art galleries in Tucson, AZ are: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – […]]]>

Below is a list of the main art galleries in Tucson. To help you find the best art galleries located near you in Tucson, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of review points.

The best art galleries in Tucson:

Top rated art galleries in Tucson, AZ are:

  • Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum – encourage individuals to live in peace
  • DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun – built and designed by acclaimed Arizona artist Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia
  • Tucson Desert Art Museum and Four Corners Gallery – is a non-profit museum
  • Tucson Art Museum – was created in 1924
  • University-Arizona Museum-Art – has been the beneficiary of several founding donations of works of art since its inception

Arizona-Sonora Desert MuseumArt Galleries in Tucson

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is a combined experience like art gallery, zoo, botanical garden and courtyards, natural history museum and aquarium. Since they first opened, it has worked to protect the natural systems of the Sonoran Desert region. Its mission is to encourage individuals to live in peace with the natural world by fostering appreciation, love and understanding of the Sonoran Desert.

Founded in 1952, the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is widely recognized around the world as a model institution for the innovative presentation and interpretation of native plants and animals presented together in ecological exhibits.

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SITE:

Address: 2021 N Kinney Rd, Tucson, AZ 85743
Call: (520) 883-1380
Website: www.desertmuseum.org

COMMENTS:

“The Desert Museum is a great place for families and anyone who wants to learn more about the desert. The staff and facilities were very nice and you could take a trip to the museum, a quick family trip, or a long trip to read all the cacti and information boards and have a good time. We have been coming to the Desert Museum for over 12 years and they just keep getting better! If you are visiting the desert for the first time, I recommend that you stop here first to learn more about the area. ” – Justin F.

DeGrazia Gallery in the SunBest Art Galleries in Tucson

DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun, what started as a small construction project in the early 1950s has grown into a ten-acre National Historic District built and designed by acclaimed Arizona artist Ettore “Ted” DeGrazia. There are 6 permanent collections of paintings that trace historical events and indigenous cultures of the Southwest. Rotating exhibits feature some of DeGrazia’s originals housed in the gallery, including watercolors, oils, sketches, silkscreens, lithographs, sculptures, ceramics, and jewelry.

A DeGrazia originals consignment rooms are available for purchase, while the gift shop has a huge selection of reproductions.

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Events, gallery tours, exhibitions, gift shop, education

SITE:

Address: 6300 N Swan Road, Tucson, AZ 85718
Call: (520) 299-9191
Website: www.degrazia.org

COMMENTS:

“I am an artist and have found great inspiration while visiting here. I came home with some ideas and implemented them right away. The gallery is amazing as well as the gardens. It’s worth the detour ! It will be something that I will take to visit with guests from out of town. – Donna A.

Tucson Desert Art Museum and Four Corners GalleryTucson Art Galleries

Tucson Desert Art Museum and Four Corners Gallery is a non-profit museum, opened on November 1, 2013. Their mission is to exhibit the art and artifacts of the southwestern desert and surrounding regions and to educate guests about the history, cultures and the art of the region. The museum includes 25,000 square feet of classrooms, meeting rooms, exhibition space and auditorium, as well as a library.

It also has a diverse range of historical artifacts, classic and contemporary paintings from the Southwest, including works by Maynard Dixon, Albert Bierstadt, Gerald Cassidy, Thomas Moran, Ed Mell, Ray Roberts, Peter Nisbet, Howard Post and other outstanding artists from the southwest. . The museum also holds special rotating exhibitions, which change every year.

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Events, Exhibitions, Gallery & Boutique

SITE:

Address: 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85715
Call: (520) 202-3888
Website: www.tucsondart.org

COMMENTS:

“Wonderful place. Great local art with great prices. Nice place to pick up a holiday gift. – Robin S.

Tucson Art MuseumGood art galleries in Tucson

Tucson Art Museum was established in 1924 as the Tucson Fine Arts Association, it has made its way into the Kingan House on Franklin Street in the historic El Presidio district. The association was officially renamed the Tucson Art Center in 1954 to establish its exhibition and education mission. On this day, the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block surrounds an entire block of the historic downtown area and features original and traveling exhibits focused on Latin American art, art of the American West, modern and contemporary and Asian art, as well as guided tours, educational programs, studio art classes and a museum shop to entertain and educate visitors.

They serve the city and surrounding areas and are dedicated to expanding public access to the arts, thereby enriching everyday life.

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Events, Visit, Art, Museum

SITE:

Address: 140 N Main Ave, Tucson, AZ 85701
Call: (520) 624-2333
Website: www.tucsonmuseumofart.org

COMMENTS:

“The Tucson Museum of Art offers world-class artwork and a wide variety of activities each month, along with large annual community events in Tucson. Keep an eye out for Free First Thursdays and Second Sundays! There is also a wonderful cafe and restaurant tucked away within the museum complex. – Korey S.

University-Arizona Museum-ArtOne of the best art galleries in Tucson

University-Arizona Museum-Art has fostered critical dialogue between community and campus audiences and celebrates art as important in life through the management and interpretation of its growing archival and art collection. It has benefited from several donations of works of art since its inception. The kindness of art contributors over the years has enabled the Museum to grow into a world-class collection. Although its collections span many eras and cultures, the core collections include art from the United States and Europe, from Renaissance to contemporary.

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Events, Visit, Exhibitions, Education, Collections

SITE:

Address: 1031 N Olive Road, Tucson, AZ 85721
Call: (520) 621-7567
Website: www.artmuseum.arizona.edu

COMMENTS:

“This museum presents a wide variety of works from different historical periods, including contemporary ones. What is so special is that by contrasting different working styles, they created the perfect learning environment. A unique temporary exhibition consists of photographs of stars whose time it took for the star’s light to become visible is the age of the paired paint. Relationships and explanations are the raison d’être of this museum – perfect for learners of all ages, and small enough to inspire and not overwhelm. – Torrin D.


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Things to do in North Fork this week: January 7-13, 2022 https://russellchatham.com/things-to-do-in-north-fork-this-week-january-7-13-2022/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 16:42:46 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/things-to-do-in-north-fork-this-week-january-7-13-2022/ Have fun at these events and activities on the North Fork this week, January 7-13, 2022. LIVE CONCERTS Pure Prairie League at the Suffolk TheaterFriday January 7 6:30 p.m. Join this country rock band as they perform originals and covers. Tickets range from $ 49 to $ 69 and proof of vaccination is required.118 East […]]]>

Have fun at these events and activities on the North Fork this week, January 7-13, 2022.

LIVE CONCERTS

Pure Prairie League at the Suffolk Theater
Friday January 7 6:30 p.m.

Join this country rock band as they perform originals and covers. Tickets range from $ 49 to $ 69 and proof of vaccination is required.
118 East Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-4343, suffolktheater.com

The Atlantic at Pindar Vineyards
Sunday January 9th 1pm

Don’t miss your chance to warm up to live music in the Pindar Vineyards tasting room. Wines are available by the glass and by the bottle, as are tasty snacks.
37645, main road, Peconic. 631-734-6200, pindar.net

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FUN ACTIVITIES

Friday evening flights
Friday January 7 5 p.m.

Live music, half-price flights, and a late-night art exhibit by Adrift North Fork are all part of the fun at Bedell Cellars’ Corey Creek Game Room.
36225 main road, Southold. 631-734-7537, bedellcellars.com

Custer Bee Club
Friday January 7 6 p.m.

New and experienced beekeepers can come together for hands-on collaboration and demonstrations at this special meeting. Sustainable practices and management of beehives will be discussed. The meeting is free but pre-registration is recommended.
1115 Bayview Road, Southold. 631-765-2626, custerobservatory.org

Eastern food market
Saturday January 8 9 a.m.

Visit the market every Saturday to sample local food, wine, and craft vendors. There is live music, activities and a chance to learn more about the community.
139 Main Road, Riverhead. 631-727-7600, riverheadchamber.com

Horse and farm walking tour
Sunday January 9 10 a.m.

Register in advance for a tour of Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue, including its horses, cows, goats and chickens. Remember to bring a mask and shoes suitable for walking.
2746 Sound Avenue, Riverhead. 631-875-0443, spiritspromise.com

Twinning North Fork Donut Co.
Sunday January 9 11 a.m.

Don’t miss this uniquely North Fork event featuring three specially crafted donuts from the North Fork Donut Company, paired with three Sannino Estate wines. You can come anytime before 6:00 p.m. for your match, but you must register in advance.
15971 County Road 48, Cutchogue. 631-743-8282, sanninovineyard.com

Winter Forest Walk at Downs Farm Preserve
Sunday January 9 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Enjoy a refreshing winter walk based on the Japanese tradition of Shinrin-Yoko, which offers a number of wellness benefits. Be sure to dress warmly and be prepared to see some lovely winter views with the Band for the East End.
23800 main road, Cutchogue. 631-734-6413, groupfortheeastend.org

Poker at Andy’s
Monday January 10, 6 p.m.

If you love Texas Hold ‘Em, you’ll love Andy’s, where you can play every Monday night and enjoy delicious soups, entrees and burgers. Andy’s has comfortable indoor seating, plenty of drinks, and a kids’ menu.
34 Front Street, Greenport. 631-333-2525, andysnofo.com

Adults 21+ Roller skating
Wednesday January 12, 5:30 p.m.

Strap on your favorite skates and head to the Greenport American Legion, where $ 10 will get you two and a half hours around the rink and rent skates if you need them. You can buy tickets with a credit card in advance or in cash only at the door.
121 Third Street, Greenport. greenportamericanlegion.org

2000s musical bingo
Wednesday January 12, 6:30 p.m.

If you know a lot about your favorite musicals, you won’t want to miss this harmonious event at the North Fork Brewing Company. You will have the chance to win vouchers for a free draw and other great prizes.
24 East Second Street, Riverhead. 631-591-1191, northforkbrewingco.com

The Broadway Musical Learning Circle
Wednesday January 12, 7 p.m.

Are you interested in learning more about Broadway’s musical structure and groundbreaking shows? Sign up for this introductory meeting at the Floyd Memorial Library to learn all about your favorite songs and trends.
539 First Street, Greenport. 631-477-2647, floydmemoriallibrary.org

Ram’s Head Inn Book Club
Thursday January 13, 6 p.m.

Join Shelter Island Library as they host a Book Club Talk at Ram’s Head Inn. This week the discussion will focus on Ernest Hemingway’s project A mobile party, which details his life in Paris with other literary luminaries. Register in advance online.
108 South Ram’s Head Island Drive, Shelter Island Heights. 631-749-0042, shelterislandpubliclibrary.org

Open mic party at Green Hill Kitchen
Thursday January 13, 6-9 p.m.

Show your skills every Thursday night at Green Hill Kitchen, known for their excellent barbecue and burgers. There is also a children’s menu and lots of bubbles available.
48 Front Street, Greenport. 631-477-4900, greenhillny.com

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VIRTUAL EVENTS

Broadway musicals from 2010 to 2019: the only constant is change
Wednesday January 12, 7 p.m.

Fans of the big stage won’t want to miss this Free Zoom event presented by the Southold Free Library. Take a peek at incredible successes and heartbreaking failures and review wonderful shows together.
631-765-2077, southoldlibrary.org

Tour of the sunken forest
Thursday January 13, 7 p.m.

Join a park ranger via Zoom for a tour of the Sunken Forest of Fire Island National Seashore. Discover the plants and animals involved in this unique ecosystem. Register in advance and a Zoom ID and password will be emailed to you 15 minutes before the start of the event.
631-298-4134, mattitucklaurellibrary.org

ART EXHIBITIONS

Farms Across America
Until February 13

Join the Alex Ferrone Gallery for this exhibition of photographs, paintings, mixed media and sculptures showcasing farms across the United States. The museum is open from Friday to Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment.
25425 main road, Cutchogue. 631-734-8545, alexferronegallery.com

Quilt exhibit at the Southold Historical Society
Now showing

Don’t miss the museum’s extensive textile collection which includes quilts sewn during the Civil War as well as the Temperance Movement. Also learn about the work of talented milliner Frank Davis Smith, who owned a milliner shop in Peconic around the turn of the last century.

55200 main road, Southold. 631-765-5500, southoldhistorical.org

America in print
Now showing

Learn about the history of how lithography, invented in 1796, made color prints accessible to everyone. As a result, average people could enjoy the work of artists like Currier and Ives in their own homes. This exhibition captures cityscapes, landscapes and scenes from literature throughout the 19th century.
300 West Main Street, Riverhead. 631-727-2881, suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org

Shelter Island DNA
Now showing

This online exhibit features timeless elements that are part of the DNA of Shelter Island life, including the Clam Creek crab, wakeboarding in front of Crescent Beach, or snapper fishing. Explore history through postcards, photos and artifacts without leaving your home.
631-749-0025, shelterislandhistorical.org

Find other exciting Hamptons, North Fork, and family events happening this weekend and beyond (or list your own event) at DansPapers.com/Events.


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Best Things to Do in Dallas, Jan.5 – Jan.5. 12 https://russellchatham.com/best-things-to-do-in-dallas-jan-5-jan-5-12/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 10:13:37 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/best-things-to-do-in-dallas-jan-5-jan-5-12/ Wednesday January 5 Canvas & Silk and Image and identity at the meadows museumThere has long been a relationship between fine art and fashion. For Canvas and silk: historic fashion at the Museo del Traje in Madrid, the Meadows Museum (5900 Bishop Ave.) features historic clothing, including shoes and jewelry, as well as complete sets […]]]>

Wednesday January 5

Canvas & Silk and Image and identity at the meadows museum
There has long been a relationship between fine art and fashion. For Canvas and silk: historic fashion at the Museo del Traje in Madrid, the Meadows Museum (5900 Bishop Ave.) features historic clothing, including shoes and jewelry, as well as complete sets to show artistic connections and how reality is translated through the artist’s eye. Tickets cost $ 4 to $ 12 for non-members and entry is timed, so reserve yours through Eventbrite. In parallel, a free exhibition – Image and identity: Mexican fashion in the modern era – in the galleries on the first floor, presents Mexican fashion through photographs, prints, books and more from the collections of the Meadows Museum and the DeGolyer Library. See both in one visit; they both close on January 9.

Thursday January 6

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Color is on Chef Margaret Alvis’ menu on Thursday evening

Courtesy of Chef Margaret Alvis

There’s no place like monochrome for the holiday pop-up at Gaston Dallas
Chef Margaret Alvis is passionate about pop-ups. A pro behind the pass since 2014, she started hosting pop-ups in 2016, each with themes that challenged her creative mind and palate. She based menus around heart shapes and heart meat and a celebration of Pisces all about seafood. This time it’s all about color. Each dish is monochrome in shades of green, red, yellow, orange, black and white. The event also features the works of local artists, so you don’t have to feel guilty about eating the artwork off your plate. With seating at 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. at Gaston Dallas (4802 Gaston Ave.), the BYOB event costs $ 110 per person. Email the chef to inquire about available seats and keep an eye on his Instagram account for upcoming pop-ups. (Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, after all.)

Anila Quayyum Agha: A beautiful despair at the Amon Carter Museum
There are a few “must-see before he’s gone” events this week and that of Anila Quayyum Agha A beautiful despair at the Amon Carter Museum (3501 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth) is one of them. Many exhibits have been overshadowed by the hustle and bustle of the holidays and the attractions in mistletoe, so we’re passionate about getting people to these few before they close. A beautiful despair is immersive and beautiful and impactful. It centers the experience of a Pakistani-American woman in a barrier-breaking presentation that appeals to everyone. It’s a specific site for Amon Carter, and Agha has created cut steel sculptures that come to life with just one light. The play of light and shadow weaves materials, messages and the modern contemporary with the traditional in a captivating way. Be a part of the art before it closes on January 9. Admission is free, details are online.

Friday January 7

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Violinist Elena Urioste performs Samuel Coleridge-Taylor on Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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DSO presents Ravel + Urioste at Meyerson Symphony Hall
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has been serving up some fabulous programs, and the one arriving at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, January 7 is sure not to be outdone. Not only do you get three pieces by Ravel, including his most famous and beloved Bolero, but you also get the exquisite Elena Urioste performing Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s “Violin Concerto”. Tickets are $ 34 to $ 168, available online. Additional performances take place on Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.

Saturday January 8

The Spirit of Radio: A Historic Celebration of FM Band in Dallas at the Kessler Theater
In Dallas, there is a special breed of person who is both an artist and a historian: those who adorn the airwaves. DJs, station managers, program directors and hitmakers all have a taste of what’s to come and what was. And Dallas has some real champions ready to turn some wisdom around. At 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 8, meet at Kessler (1230 W. Davis St.) for The Spirit of Radio: A Historical Celebration of the FM Band in Dallas. Robert Wilonsky (who has just hosted a particularly stellar year of his Christmas Music Spectacular on Sportsradio 96.7 and 1310 the Ticket) hosts two round tables featuring local radio greats, including George Gimarc, Mike Rhyner, Ira Lipson, Shaggy , Bobby Patterson, Amy Miller and others. . The event kicks off with a video presentation by Michael “Wildcard” Wilson of THE ZOO Classic Rock Experience. Tickets start at $ 22 and are available on Prekindle.

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Artist Jeremy Biggers brings Presence in pencil on paper this Saturday.

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Presence at the Pencil on Paper gallery
We’re an incredibly excited local artist – painter, designer, muralist, photographer, director and the list goes on – Jeremy Biggers is opening a solo exhibition from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. this Saturday, January 8 at the Pencil on Paper Gallery (4755 Algiers St.). Presence, a series of new works by Biggers, addresses the pervasive and damaging myth of the “absent black father”. The power of Biggers’ work is a tricky thing. Because he’s so good at realism, it’s easy to think you’ve been drawn to faces or an expression or even the position of a hand or a lip (and sometimes it is), but it’s also known for skillfully adding accessible graphics. elements that entice you to consider order, symmetry, or even shadow when you really absorb a comment much larger than a gallery can fit. Find out more on Pencil on Paper via the website and keep an eye out for Biggers on Instagram or its website.

Cambodian Street Food 37th Anniversary Fundraiser at Cambodian Buddhist Temple in Dallas
This is not just a festival of Cambodian street food – which would be worthy of a bit of excitement – but also the celebration of the 37th anniversary of the Cambodian Buddhist Temple in Dallas (5701 Crystal Lake Blvd. ). Proceeds and market / fundraising donations will benefit Selepak Khmer Angkor, temple cultural program and performing arts troupe. Enjoy a variety of traditional Cambodian food and drinks, live music from the Samaun Band, social dances, and a ribbon cutting for the new temple dance school building. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, January 8 and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Food vendors only accept cash. Learn more on Facebook.

Sunday January 9

Oak Cliff Tweed Bike Ride at Fair Park Station
Come on, great Dallas weather, give us a nice cool Sunday lunchtime, as we have a date to put our finest styles of two-wheeled tweed around our beautiful city. It’s time for Bike Friendly Oak Cliff’s Tweed Ride 2022. It starts at the main entrance of Fair Park and runs through Deep Ellum and Downtown at a moderate pace, perfect for some historical trivia and a group photo. Then it continues to Bishop Arts, where you and a group can return to Fair Park at any time. Round trip is approximately 12 miles, and participation is free. And don’t worry, if tweed isn’t in your wardrobe, vintage and wintry colors are encouraged. Learn more on Facebook.

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Robert Rauschenberg, Autobiography: three works, 1968, offset lithographs on paper, Dallas Museum of Art, bequest of William B. Jordan and Robert Dean Brownlee, 2019.

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Point, line, plane: the William Jordan and Robert Brownlee legacy closing day at the Dallas Museum of Art
This is another opportunity not to be missed. The Dallas Museum of Art (1717 N. Harwood St.) is set to close an absolutely breathtaking exhibit on Sunday January 9, and you would be lost if you didn’t see it. The nearly 70 selections offered in Point, plane line come from a donation to DMA from the estate of art historian, administrator of DMA, founding director of the Meadows Museum and former deputy director and chief curator of the Kimbell Art Museum William B Jordan and her husband, Robert Dean Brownlee . It’s both understated and breathtaking, moody and exciting. From paper to sculpture, the exhibition includes pieces by Degas, Dalí, Rauschenberg, Pollock and others. Admission is free, so see it before it disappears. More details are online.

Monday January 10

Discussion on Monday movies in theaters: Sobibor (2018) at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
As Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches, there are several opportunities to explore the art on the subject. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum offers discussions of Monday films in theaters and this week’s focus is on the 2018s Sobibor. The film explores the 1943 uprising at the Sobibór extermination camp (which is different from a concentration camp, and horribly as the name suggests) in Poland, organized and led by Russian prisoner Alexander Pechersky. The revolt was a huge risk but ultimately freed around 300 prisoners. The discussion is a free virtual event and participants will receive a Zoom link one hour before. You are encouraged to watch Sobibor before the discussion. Book your “admission” online.



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Opening of the SUMMER exhibition “ENGRAVING – From prehistory to present-day Greece” https://russellchatham.com/opening-of-the-summer-exhibition-engraving-from-prehistory-to-present-day-greece/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 05:42:47 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/opening-of-the-summer-exhibition-engraving-from-prehistory-to-present-day-greece/ Its great historical exhibition will last until February 18, 2022 Greek Chamber of Fine Arts (SUMMER) titled “ENGRAVING – From Prehistory to present-day Greece” in Room “Nikos Kessanlis” of the School of Fine Arts. The exhibition is developed chronologically in space in order to understand the journey of writing, knowledge and the art of engraving. […]]]>

Its great historical exhibition will last until February 18, 2022 Greek Chamber of Fine Arts (SUMMER) titled “ENGRAVING – From Prehistory to present-day Greece” in Room “Nikos Kessanlis” of the School of Fine Arts.

The exhibition is developed chronologically in space in order to understand the journey of writing, knowledge and the art of engraving. It begins with the prehistoric rock carvings of China, France and Greece.

It continues in ancient historical times with the symbols, seals, inscriptions, seal stones from archaeological and historical museums in Greece and Cyprus. He thrives in China with ancient writings and historical engravings from Chinese museums. Suite in European Engraving of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Impressionism and Japanese Art (from the collections). Produces lithographs of foreign travelers to Greece from Greek historical museums and copper icons of icons of Saint-Termes.

This process ends with engravings by Engravers from our region, its members
.Ε.Τ.Ε. on the one hand (from the Collections) with the works of Engravers who no longer live and many of them
of which they demonstrated with their engravings important events and struggles
of the recent history of our place, and on the other hand with the engravings of
Engravers, some of whom bear witness to the technical evolution of digital technology
The art of printmaking in Greece.

1. The exhibitions will be presented by:
The Ephorate of Antiquities of Paleoanthropology – Speleology
The Hetao Museum (China)
The Archives of the Ministry of Culture of the French Republic
The National Archaeological Museum
The epigraphic museum
The Museum of the Ancient Agora
The Archaeological Museum of Thebes
The timeless Larissa museum
The archaeological museum of Messinia
The archaeological museum of Ioannina
The China Science and Technology Museum (Beijing)
The Cyprus Museum
The Shanghai Museum (China)
The Museum – Stratis Eleftheriadis / Tériant Library
The National Historical Museum – Palace of the Old Parliament Athens
The Museum of Islamic Art – Benaki Museum
The Maritime Museum of Greece
The National Gallery-Museum of Alexandros Soutsos
The Asian Art Museum of Corfu
Mount Athos

2. The works will be presented through the historical journey of his art Engraving in the 20th century in Greece, from:
Alevizou Tassou
Asteriadis Aginora
Varlamou Georges
Vasilios Spyros
Velissaridis Georges
Ventura Nikolaou
Galani dimitris
Giannoukaki Dimitris
Grammatopoulou Costa
Dagli Christou
Municipality of Georges
Zavitsanou Markou
Zeppou Emmanuel
Theodoropoulou Angelou
Kazakou Vassilis
Katraki Vassos
Kefalinou Giannis
Danger Anna
Kogevina Lykourgou
Komianou Arias
Korogiannaki Alexandrou
Mangiorou Loukias
Makri zizis
Montesantu Louisa
Morali Giannis
Moschos george
Bekiari Koulas
Nikolaïdis Tonia
Orfanou Lambrou
Papadimitriou Efthymi
Paschalis lelas
Plakotari Costa
Regos Polykleitos
Robertou Aristide
Semertzidi Valia
Stefanidi Giannis
Farsakidi George
Ferbou I Nikolaou
Harou Vassilis

Also, 142 contemporary engravers-members participate after an open invitation SUMMER with 222 projects:
1. Vasitskova Katarina
2. Angelopoulos Christos
3. Read by Elessa
4. Androutsakis Stathis
5. Annitsakis Odysseas
6. Anousi-Elias Rena
7. Mission Angeliki
8. Arvanitis Zacharias
9. Arfaras Michael
10. Achimastou Fani
11. Valasis Dionysis
12. Varthis Fotis
13. Vasilakou-Gerakarou Argyris
14. Vergis Alexandros
15. Vlassopoulos George
16. Galati Eleftheria
17. Georga Matina
18. Georgoudakis Christos
19. Giannadakis Manolis
20. Galdemis Christodoulos
21. Garavela Vassiliki
22. Garchea Elena
23. Giura Sultana
24. Golanda Nella
25. Goulakos Periklis
26. Gourzis Giannis
27. Delfino Ioanna
28. Desekopoulos Nikos
29. Dimakakou Chara
30. Evangelatos Costas
31. Sakharov Mariva
32. Ziaka Maria
33. Zoidi Popi (Kalliopi)
34. Kallan-Kallan Canuto
35. Markos Kampanis
36. Eleni Kaprou
37. Karousi Panagiota (Betty)
38. The life of a potter
39. Kolios Ioannis
40. Kolipetsa Vassiliki
41. Kompatsiari Maria
42. Koritsoglou Marthe
43. Koukoulaki Stella
44. Koumantaki Dimitra
45. Kountouri Panagiota (Yolanda)
46. ​​Krisiko (Chrysikou) Cleves
47. Kritsotaki Aristea
48. Kyriakidis Giannis
49. Kyritsis Nikolaos
50. Konstantakou Anastasia
51. Kotsi Andriana
52. Kotsiou Konstantina
53. Lampretsa Dimitra
54. Lianos Athanasios
55. Liougas Evangelos
56. Manoufi
57. Markaki Jenny
58. Matala Maria
59. Matzari Despina
60. Mavrodoglou Valentini
61. Macharidi Efstratia
62. Mela Eva
63. Miliotis Dimitris
64. Mitsakou Stavroula
65. Little Anastasia
66. Katerina Museum
67. Alexandra Bakalou
68. Bakogiannaki Dimitra
69. Baronas Sotiris
70. Benaki – Precious Maria
71. Bozko Oxana
72. Bomboli Sophie
73. Botsoglou Chronis
74. Niolis Grigoris
75. Datsouli Vana
76. Xenaki Marianna
77. Wood of Xanalatou Iris
78. Xyneli Chrysoula
79. Economidou Florence
80. Pagonis Alexandros
81. Pantelias Miltos
82. Pino Dauphin
83. Papagiannis Evangelos
84. Papadimitriou Vivian
85. Papadimitriou Maria
86. Papadopetrakis Evripidis
87. Papadopoulou Natalia
88. Papadopoulou Sofia
89. Papaioannou Liane
90. Papaioannou Manto
91. Papanikolaou Eleni
92. Papanikolopoulos Nestor
93. Papafrangou Sunday
94. Patsi Maria
95. Patsoglou Aristidis
96. Peza Psaroni Eugenie
97. Petalas Miltiadis
98. Petropoulou-Dimitraki Mimi
99. Provatidou marina
100. Rokos Stefanos
101. Saiti Chara
102. Sakellari Eleni-Sofia
103. Samatas Spyros
104. Sarelakou Roku Rubini
105. Sachinis Xenis
106. Simitis Mouzakitis Fani – Ioanna
107. Siamkouri Magda
108. Siaterli Dimitra
109. Siniosoglou Amaryllis
110. Skyrgianni Eri-Georgia
111. Souliotou Anastasia Zoi
112. Sperantzas Vassilis
113. Spiliotaki Margarita
114. Spyrou Vassiliki
115. Stathopoulou Rania
116. Stefanakis Giannis
117. Stoukas Spyros
118. Syregelas Dimitrios
119. Sfyris Athanasios
120. Cordes Marie
121. Sotirhos Efstathios
122. Tzolaki Rena
123. Tuzlukov Vanessa – Ioanna
124. Tsalamat Vicky
125. Tselios Pantazis
126. Tserkezi Thalie
127. Tsoumani Angelina
128. Yfantidou Venice
129. Falconis Michel
130. Ferentinos Panagiotis
131. Ferentinou Friday
132. Friend Maria
133. Funk Efi
134. Fragoulidou Rania
135. Frangou-Nidrioti Eleni
136. Hande Maria
137. Charalambous Elsa (Elizabeth)
138. Harokopou Anastasia
139. Stamatie de Chatziioannou
140. Puppy Antonis
141. Christopoulos Ioannis
142. Christofylakis Stelios
143. Psychopédis Giannis

Video art:
Gerothanasi Synthia, Papadopoulou Sofia, Tiligadis Konstantinos, Gavroilidou Konstantina, Iliopoulou Konstantina Eleni

Also, the visitor will be able to attend screenings on papermaking, petroglyphs and engraving techniques.

“ENGRAVING – From Prehistory to present-day Greece”
in the room “Nikos Kessanlis”, of the School of Fine Arts,
Piraeus 256, Taurus

Creation: Wednesday, December 29, 2021, 6:00 p.m .: 10:00 p.m.-XNUMX: XNUMX
Duration: December 29, 2021 – February 18, 2022

FREE ENTRY

(Entrance to the exhibition, due to covid, is allowed with a rapid test, with a certificate
vaccination and with a certificate of illness).

Communication sponsor: Athens 9.84


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Antiques and collectibles: splashes matter – AgriNews https://russellchatham.com/antiques-and-collectibles-splashes-matter-agrinews/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 18:50:00 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/antiques-and-collectibles-splashes-matter-agrinews/ Spatterware was first manufactured in the late 1700s in England, but most found today date from around 1800 to 1850 in Staffordshire, England, and intended for sale in the United States. Unfortunately, the word spatterware now has multiple meanings, possibly because novice collectors hadn’t realized there was a difference between spatter and sponges. Another danger […]]]>

Spatterware was first manufactured in the late 1700s in England, but most found today date from around 1800 to 1850 in Staffordshire, England, and intended for sale in the United States.

Unfortunately, the word spatterware now has multiple meanings, possibly because novice collectors hadn’t realized there was a difference between spatter and sponges. Another danger is that today there are quite good copies of splatter intended for use in the kitchen.

Experts can distinguish the old from the new by the shape, weight and color of the white glaze. They also know the difference between the appearance of a splattered paint mark and the mark left by a paint soaked sponge.

Old rainbow splashes like this pitcher are pricey and the double scroll G handle is a value added feature. This coin sold with the buyer’s premium for $ 5,227.

When I bought my beauty salon in 1972, there was a Coke machine. It was manufactured by the Vendo Company of Kansas City. Cokes cost 15 cents. But it’s not the typical red-and-white coke machine – the front looks like wood and features eight panels with black trim. The machine is still working and I have it at home. Could you tell me its value?

The Vendo Company was founded in the late 1930s in Kansas City, Missouri. The Vendo Model 56 vending machine was designed around 1956 and manufactured until the mid-1960s. The machine held 56 bottles, sizes from 8 ounces to 12 ounces, in up to seven varieties.

It was offered in red and white, red and white with wood grain and with wood grain “decorative doors” that made it look like a cabinet rather than a brightly colored soda maker. Styles included Danish, Provincial, Colonial, Traditional, and Mediterranean, like yours.

Vintage Vendo soda vending machines in old and worn condition but in working condition that advertise brands like Coca-Cola or Pepsi sell for between $ 250 and $ 500 or so. The Coca-Cola versions are worth the most. The restored copies are sold by the thousands. Without advertising on the products, they are worth less, around $ 100 to $ 300.

Current prices

Wooden candle holders, carved, Wilhelm Schimmel style, center ball, tapered sections, stepped base, 1900s, 10 1/4 inches, pair, $ 95.

Awakening, voyage, golden brass case, square, white dial with Roman numerals, Swiss quartz movement, marked Tiffany & Co., circa 1970, 4 inches, $ 115.

Toy, Playland Merry-Go-Round, Children on Horses, Multicolored, Pewter Lithograph, Clearance, J. Chein & Co., Box, 11 x 11 inches, $ 270.

Weathercock, golfer, silhouette, swinging driver, golf bag with clubs standing behind, copper, verdigris patina, 25 1/2 x 21 1/2 inches, $ 445.

Point: Store the plates vertically in a rack or stack them with a felt plate protector between each plate.


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Cheryl Darleene Culver 1947 – 2021 https://russellchatham.com/cheryl-darleene-culver-1947-2021/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 10:50:52 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/cheryl-darleene-culver-1947-2021/ LITTLE FALLS – Mrs. Cheryl Darleene Culver, 74, born May 3, 1947, of Little Falls, New York, died Saturday, December 25, 2021, at Little Falls Hospital, Little Falls, New York. Cheryl was born in Little Falls, NY, the daughter of the late Walter and Vivian (Graff) Madison. She graduated from Little Falls School. She worked […]]]>

LITTLE FALLS – Mrs. Cheryl Darleene Culver, 74, born May 3, 1947, of Little Falls, New York, died Saturday, December 25, 2021, at Little Falls Hospital, Little Falls, New York.

Cheryl was born in Little Falls, NY, the daughter of the late Walter and Vivian (Graff) Madison. She graduated from Little Falls School. She worked at Carney’s Corners, Little Falls, and Vick’s Lithograph, Yorkville. She will be sadly missed by her husband, David L. Culver; children, Kimberly Washburn and Tim Hanrahan, Lloyd and Tammy May, Tiffany and Matt Arsenault, Donald Jr. and Adaire Lindsay, Russell and Holly Lindsay, Shannon, Shelly and Mike Yager, and David Culver and April; siblings, Sharon Yager, Pamela Woodbeck, Sandra Majka, Janice Miller, Michael Macrina, David Tarbox, Paul Tarbox, Russell Tarbox and Susan, Debra Taylor and Dan and Cindy Lindsay and Ron; “Lifelong Mischief Partners”, Lesha Madison and Lori Regilski; grandchildren, Stephanie, Shannon, Stephen, Sherry, Dakota, Madison, Jade, Elijah, Troy, Russell Jr., Gabe, Nevaeh, Jayden and Sofia; and great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by Edna and Homer Tarbox, Joseph Madison, Walter Madison and Corrine Short.

Arrangements have been made at the Enea & Ciaccia Family Funeral Home, 4309 Acme Rd, Ilion, NY (Town of Frankfort), Funeral Directors Harry J. Enea, Jr., Kevin E. Enea and Martin L. Ciaccia (315 -894 -8000). Call hours will be at the funeral home from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, December 29, 2021.


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Forest Hill Golf & Country Club Resort – A corner of paradise https://russellchatham.com/forest-hill-golf-country-club-resort-a-corner-of-paradise/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 14:22:00 +0000 https://russellchatham.com/forest-hill-golf-country-club-resort-a-corner-of-paradise/ Located near the beautiful city of Chandigarh, the Forest Hill Resort embodies luxury in an enchanting setting by offering a rejuvenating experience in the heart of nature. Being far from the endless noise of the city, you will discover the happiness of nature here. A 10-minute drive from Punjab Engineering College (PEC), Chandigarh will take […]]]>

Located near the beautiful city of Chandigarh, the Forest Hill Resort embodies luxury in an enchanting setting by offering a rejuvenating experience in the heart of nature. Being far from the endless noise of the city, you will discover the happiness of nature here.

A 10-minute drive from Punjab Engineering College (PEC), Chandigarh will take you to a sort of hidden paradise, leaving you in awe. The project is a warm welcome hug that embraces you with its serene and tranquil environment. As soon as you step into this jungle retreat, the magnificent views of Shivalik Hill, the lush green surroundings and the sprawling landscape will take your breath away.

With the 10,000-acre Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary at the foot of the Shivalik Range as a backdrop, Forest Hill Resort is the perfect place to experience one of its wildlife and birdlife. The exotic flora and fauna around would make this one of the best weekend getaways in North India.

FHR golf course, academy and shooting range

Attracting golfers from far and near, Forest Hill Resort Golf Course is the best place to practice this royal game. The 12-hole par 35 golf course is a perfect blend of strategy, dynamism, power, finesse and fun. This is one of the more difficult courses, giving seasoned players a tough game to play. With tight, well-protected greens of varying sizes and intricate contours set against a sometimes meandering, hilly and delicate landscape, each fairway sits on a different plane with natural obstacles of gorges, lakes and sand bunkers.

FHR golf course, academy and shooting range

Club House FHR

From afternoon rounds of golf on the vast green lawns to relaxing evenings with friends, the Forest Hill Resort has several areas where you can relax in the midst of nature. Perfectly legendary architecture fitted with all modern conveniences, the Club House has a fully stocked bar, elegant dining rooms, serving piping hot and lithographs on the wall displaying the rich history of golf. Whether it’s the ambiance of the place, the delicacies served there, or the range of the finest spirits, the FHR Clubhouse is where you want to be.

Outdoor activities & Adventure zone

There is no shortage of opportunities for fun at Forest Hill Resort. Embrace pure nature and explore lush forests while going on one of the most surreal hiking expeditions and mountain biking. Fish on the beautiful lake or enjoy a boat ride on the lake on the raft amidst a picturesque landscape to experience the perfect adrenaline rush! Jungle safari, archery, horseback riding, and electric biking are some of the other activities you can try here at FHR.

If you are looking for an adrenaline rush and adventure sports, you can choose from a range of exciting activities: Burma Bridge, Commando Net, Tunnel Crossing, Tarzan Swing, Climbing ladder, abseiling and hanging Machaan.

Club house restaurant

Spread over acres of lush greenery, the resort features multi-cuisine specialty restaurants to pamper your palate. The Latin American-style clubhouse restaurant caters perfectly to the needs of visitors and guests. Sleek interiors with taupe and brown wall finishes create the perfect ambiance to suit the upscale dining experience on offer. The restaurant’s social scene offers something to tempt everyone – from varied and succulent breakfast buffets to intimate meals and fully equipped functions.

Accommodation – Les Chalets FHR

Born from a dream of offering guests tailor-made, experiential getaways to relax and rejuvenate in an impeccably styled home away from home, FHR Cottages offer spacious, comfortable and aesthetic living space in the heart of nature. The two stunning nature-style eco-lodges set a new benchmark, offering a studio-style living room and bedroom, fitted with a king-size bed and adjacent living room and other amenities. It will not only give you a home away from home feeling, but their modern amenities will make the stay worth it. Lavish interiors feature superior decor, subtle colors, and elegant embellishments.

Lakeshore Cottage at Forest Hill Resort

FHR organic farm

The FHR Organic Farm is a very popular destination for those who want to see how a sustainable organic farm works. From exotic vegetables to herbs and culinary spices to medicinal plants, everything is grown organically and without pesticides. Take a guided tour with the professional horticulturalist to learn about agroforestry projects and organic farming facilities for a unique educational experience.

Banquet rooms and lawns open for parties

Conveniently located near Chandigarh, Forest Hill Resort is the best place to make your celebrations even more memorable. Proudly with a reputation for phenomenal service and exceptional attention to detail, Forest Hill Resort has professional event coordinators who will help you plan every detail of your wedding or any other event. You also have a choice of venues at the resort for wedding ceremonies, receptions as well as corporate events ranging in size from intimate to grandiose. Whether enveloped in the unforgettable warmth of the ballroom or the majestic scenery of the expansive lush green lawns with the Shivalik Hills as a backdrop, every detail of your event will convey your personal style as it unveils the masterpiece. celebratory work you’ve always imagined.

Have unlimited fun with your loved ones in the middle of nature!

So pack your bags and escape into the woods. For reservations or for any questions you can send an email to info@foresthillresort.com or check their website. To book your stay, go to the website.

Appeal: Forest Hill Golf & Country Club, Karoran Village (Near Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh), Mohali District, Punjab, India.


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