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Dancing Yvonne Rainer

Performance of Yvonne Rainer's Assisted Living: Good Sports 2 at DIA Beacon
Photo © Paula Court

Cerebral, challenging, enrapturing. What does it feel like to perform Yvonne Rainer’s work? More»

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19 Ways to Be Part of the Arts on #GivingTuesday

Visitors at the Sketching Gallery at the Getty Center
One good way to support art: make some!

In celebration of Giving Tuesday, a list of simple ideas to get involved in the arts—and receive even more back. More»

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Dancing with Degas: New Curriculum Brings Art and Movement into the Classroom

Dancing with Degas - Curriculum premiere at the Getty Center
Dancing with Degas - Curriculum premiere at the Getty Center

As a fourth-grade teacher, I take every opportunity to integrate art into the classroom. So when I was asked to be on the Teacher Advisory Group for the new Performing Arts in Art curriculum for K–12 teachers, I was thrilled…. More»

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      GREEN EARTH

      Seasick fishermen? Ogres? 

      Getting flesh tone right is an important element to paintings. The Medieval technique was to use egg yolk as a binder and start the coloring with a wash of green. 

      Layers of browns and pinks can be added on top to give depth to the flesh tones. However, sometimes the layer of pink on top fades and what do you get?

      Seasick fishermen. Or actually in this case slightly-green Israelites drawing water. 

      More color talk in The Brilliant History of Color in Art.

      Initial H: Moses Striking Water from the Rock and Israelites Drawing Water, about 1250-1262, Italian. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      11/18/14

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