Fine Art

Two hours north of Las Vegas, there’s an eerie place where rocks and shadow take on familiar forms.

Artists paint the faces they see in Basin and Range National Monument

June 14th, 2017

Two hours north of Las Vegas, there’s an eerie place where rocks and shadow take on familiar forms.

  • Like the jagged vistas of Red Rock Canyon, Anne Patterson’s new art installation shifts under changing light and vantage point.

  • The exhibition documents the slippery identity of everyday objects when their functions shift from practical to aesthetic.

  • Allison Wiese will immerse herself in the Neon Museum’s collection, while also discovering the city.

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  • ‘Parade: The Collective’ will be held at Neonopolis’ Metropolitan Gallery of Las Vegas Art Museum.

  • His his latest batch of work uses “classic Las Vegas vernacular,” specifically, the rules of craps, to determine the exhibit’s outcome.

  • For Exploratory Surgery, she referenced cadavers, which she received special permission to study in graduate school.

  • The work of 10 artists from Mark Moore Fine Art gallery in Orange County lands at UNLV and proves it’s not just what you do, ...

  • I Am the Greatest: Muhammad Ali opens Friday at the Strip art spot.

  • Nevada is home to first-rate artists who can hold their own anywhere.

  • “The nature of the work is naturally erotic."

  • Looking at her art, you probably wouldn’t guess she spent most of her life behind a computer monitor.

  • Vanessa and Elena Skye’s gallery, nestled within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, has distinguished itself from its neighbors with its local roots.

  • Pairing 14 writers and 13 visual artists, A Room of One’s Own lauds the freedom of women to make art.

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