Delco Culture Vultures Are Here

Delco Culture Vultures Are Here
Edna Snidebottom

Delco Culture Vultures has arrived with the purpose of reporting on the arts and such in Delaware County and its environs. The new website is staffed by Edna Snidebottom — yes we know that it is you Bettylou, Chris and Margie.

Check it out here.

Delco Culture Vultures Are Here

David Lynch Art Site

David Lynch Art Site
Duckman’s Injury by David Lynch is among the works available at Artsy.net

David Lynch Art — Nicholas of Artsy.net has found our story concerning Loren Kantor’s woodcut work which includes noted director David Lynch as a subject. He points out that Artsy has actual paintings by the auteur himself.

We say any man whose artistic ethos was formed while living in Philadelphia deserves a link.

Here you go Nicholas.

David Lynch Art Site

 

Arlene Gilmore Iris Among Exhibits

Arlene Gilmore Iris

Arlene Gilmore’s Iris will be among the photographs on display at an exhibit that runs Feb. 23 through March 14  at the Art Center/Gallery at Delaware State University, 1200 N. DuPont Highway in Dover.

Admission is free.

Arlene Gilmore Iris Among Exhibits

 

Hitler Painting Bought By Rich Mideasterner

A watercolor purportedly by Adolph Hitler was sold at an  auction in Nuremberg, Germany on Nov. 22 for 130,000 euros. This equals $161,000.

The panting is entitled “Standesamt und Altes Rathaus Muenchen” or “Civil Registry Office and Old Town Hall of Munich” and was done in 1914.

The sellers were two unidentified German sisters in their 70s, and included the  original handwritten bill of sale.  Amazing how it was kept for all this years. It’s like the original buyer knew the guy would become famous.

It should be noted that this causes suspicion for some.

The latest buyer was identified as a private person from the Middle East. May he be the subject of a con.

Here is what he bought.

Hitler Painting Bought By Rich Mideasterner

Not bad but no Churchill.

Hitler Painting Bought By Rich Mideasterner

Loren Kantor Woodcut Artist

We got a nice personal email from Los Angeles woodcut artist Loren Kantor promoting her site and the subjects on it.

One of these days we are going to start charging for this stuff but, with the inspiration of Pope Francis, we are going to cut Loren a break, pay it forward and help out a starving artist.

Here is Loren’s site and here is her depiction of noted director David Lynch, who gives full credit to the time he spent in Philadelphia for his bleak and bizarre visionary productions and international success.

Loren Kantor David Lynch

Good luck, Loren

Loren Kantor Woodcut Artist

Stephanie Nolt Bubble Bath

Stephanie Nolt Bubble BathStephanie Nolt Bubble Bath — Stephanie Nolt’s “Bubble Bath” will be among the works featured in the Antonelli Institute Alumni Art Show at the Woodmere Art Museum’s Helene Millard Gallery from Jan. 13 to Feb. 24.

There will be an opening reception, 2-4 p.m., Jan. 13 at the museum which is at 9201 Germantown Ave. in Chestnut Hill. Cost is free.

Stephanie’s studio is at 5608 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128. She can be reached at info@snfoto.com. A full body of her work can be seen at www.SNfoto.com.
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 Stephanie Nolt Bubble Bath