From Birds to Beasts: Audubon’s Last Great Adventure. On view through August 30, 2015. Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire www.currier.org  PHOTO CAPTION: John James Audubon, Common American Wild Cat (Bobcat), 1845-48, Hand-colored lithograph. Courtesy of New Hampshire Audubon, Concord, New Hampshire.

From Birds to Beasts: Audubon’s Last Great Adventure. On view through August 30, 2015. Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire www.currier.org PHOTO CAPTION: John James Audubon, Common American Wild Cat (Bobcat), 1845-48, Hand-colored lithograph. Courtesy of New Hampshire Audubon, Concord, New Hampshire.

Traditional & Transformed  May 8 – August 21, 2015.  New Bedford Art Museum / ArtWorks!   New Bedford, Massachusetts. www.newbedfordartmuseum.org Artist and freelance writer Jiyoung Chung curates Traditional & Transformational, with the work of more than 50 international artists currently working in the ancient Korean paper technique of Joomchi.  Credit: YoonMee Lee, untitled, hanji, Joomchi and machine sewing.

Traditional & Transformed May 8 – August 21, 2015. New Bedford Art Museum / ArtWorks! New Bedford, Massachusetts. www.newbedfordartmuseum.org Artist and freelance writer Jiyoung Chung curates Traditional & Transformational, with the work of more than 50 international artists currently working in the ancient Korean paper technique of Joomchi. Credit: YoonMee Lee, untitled, hanji, Joomchi and machine sewing.

In Their Father’s Image: Susy, Clara and Jean Clemens. March 24, 2016 – January 24, 2017. The Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford, Connecticut www.marktwainhouse.org Samuel and Olivia Clemens’s three daughters – Olivia Susan Clemens, born 1872, Clara Langdon Clemens, born 1874, and Jane Lampton Clemens, born 1880 – were highly individual and spirited individuals in their own right. Image: Clara, Jean, Susy.

In Their Father’s Image: Susy, Clara and Jean Clemens. March 24, 2016 – January 24, 2017. The Mark Twain House & Museum, Hartford, Connecticut www.marktwainhouse.org Samuel and Olivia Clemens’s three daughters – Olivia Susan Clemens, born 1872, Clara Langdon Clemens, born 1874, and Jane Lampton Clemens, born 1880 – were highly individual and spirited individuals in their own right. Image: Clara, Jean, Susy.

Do Ho Suh. On view through July 4, 2016.  Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego  (MCASD), Downtown,  San Diego, California www.mcasd.org  Operating within a distinctly twenty-first century global mode, Do Ho Suh crafts evocative works that reflect ideas of home, identity, and personal space.  Credits:  197, Do Ho Suh, Blueprint, 2014. Thread embedded in STPI cotton paper. 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong. Photograph by Brian Fitzsimmons.

Do Ho Suh. On view through July 4, 2016. Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD), Downtown, San Diego, California www.mcasd.org Operating within a distinctly twenty-first century global mode, Do Ho Suh crafts evocative works that reflect ideas of home, identity, and personal space. Credits: 197, Do Ho Suh, Blueprint, 2014. Thread embedded in STPI cotton paper. 30 x 40 inches. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong. Photograph by Brian Fitzsimmons.

Qavavau Manumie, Dark Fantasy, 2008, etching/aquatint on paper, edition 36/50, 81.3 x 96.5 cm. Kampelmacher Memorial Collection of Indigenous Art. Promised gift to the MacKenzie Art Gallery Permanent Collection. Photo: Don Hall.

Qavavau Manumie, Dark Fantasy, 2008, etching/aquatint on paper, edition 36/50, 81.3 x 96.5 cm. Kampelmacher Memorial Collection of Indigenous Art. Promised gift to the MacKenzie Art Gallery Permanent Collection. Photo: Don Hall.

Nathan Sawaya quit his job as corporate lawyer in 2001 to return to his   boyhood obsession - making things out of Lego. "I used to spend my day   sitting in a board room, negotiating contracts and I would find at the end   of the day I would need some sort of creative release and Lego was that," he   said. "Around the turn of the century I left the law firm to become a full   time Lego artist and opened my art studio here in New York."

Lego sculptures by Nathan Sawaya

Nathan Sawaya quit his job as corporate lawyer in 2001 to return to his boyhood obsession - making things out of Lego. "I used to spend my day sitting in a board room, negotiating contracts and I would find at the end of the day I would need some sort of creative release and Lego was that," he said. "Around the turn of the century I left the law firm to become a full time Lego artist and opened my art studio here in New York."

House fires happen every day, and the local fire department is usually fantastic at responding to and extinguishing said house fires, but every now and then they decide to ignore the

The World of Jan Brett. On view through August 23, 2015. Fort Collins Museum of Art, Fort Collins, Colorado http://ftcma.org  Jan Brett, considered one of G.P. Putnam’s Sons brightest stars, is renowned for her picture books that annually climb to the top of the best-seller list.  Image: Hedgie Loves to Read, Jan Brett.

The World of Jan Brett. On view through August 23, 2015. Fort Collins Museum of Art, Fort Collins, Colorado http://ftcma.org Jan Brett, considered one of G.P. Putnam’s Sons brightest stars, is renowned for her picture books that annually climb to the top of the best-seller list. Image: Hedgie Loves to Read, Jan Brett.

This 19th-century icon features Saint Evdokia a 2nd-century Christian who is known for creating a monastery which became a beacon for the sick or starving.

This 19th-century icon features Saint Evdokia a 2nd-century Christian who is known for creating a monastery which became a beacon for the sick or starving.

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