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Fine Art

Looking at the bi-product of transience in this town

'Recombinations,' impermanence and other tales of landscape in Las Vegas

April 1st, 2015

Looking at the bi-product of transience in this town

  • Printed on metal, Jay Scott's photos are a rich and thoughtful nod to beautiful decay.

  • Transparency in digital composites.

  • Oh, look! It’s a big, beautiful woman with a cow body for legs.

  • You don’t see this exhibition. You experience it.

  • "I'm building things I think my 5-year-old self would geek out about."

  • Looking at the people looking at the Kennedys.

  • Sanchez Burr is the Neon Museum's first artist in residence.

  • Three iconic tragedies of the ’90s involved cars that became celebrities themselves.

  • Year of the Buddha features more than 60 pieces made in various styles and mediums, from aerosol to acrylic.

  • As an educational exhibit, it easily dovetails into STEM curricula. But as fine art, the quality is doubtful.

  • The artist transforms magazine photographs into surprising subjects of her own work.

  • Priebe takes the digital immediacy out of an image-based industry by painting oil portraits of Las Vegas talent.

  • Shot mostly from a helicopter (occasionally a small fixed-wing plane) Light’s work is among the most compelling and awe-inducing visual representations speaking to the audacity ...

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