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Arts & Entertainment - January 8, 2010

Life is a carnival

Painter creates a world of Venetian revelry, starring a crafty clown

by Be'eri Moalem

Carnival in Venice: Revelers in costumes of all colors are gathered in a piazza. A lady in pink and blue holds a fan and a note sealed with a bright red ribbon, her other hand kissed by a gentleman in a three-cornered hat.

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Posted by Linda Stone, a resident of Leland Manor/Garland Drive
on Jan 27, 2010 at 9:03 pm

The Exhibit of Joseph Fuchs is a delightful eyeful of the past glories revisitied. Venice is one of the world's magical cities as close to paradise as memory allows. Fuchs paintings brings us there in vivid detail and exquisite color this is a exhibition no-one should miss. The pairing with Caldwell (co-exhibitor) is brilliant, they each give us everything that defines Fine Art. Bravo!


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