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Les Rencontres d'Arles: Presentation by Bruno Chalifour
Drawings Watercolor Figurative Prints. Steve Carpenter has followed his passion for painting and teaching from the United States to Europe and back over the past four decades. Since , he has operated the Steve Carpenter Gallery and Art Center, a school and gallery modeled on the European "l'atelier de peintre," in a renovated industrial building on Anderson Avenue in Rochester's Neighborhood of the Arts. He began his career as an illustrator for Walt Disney before heading to Europe in the early '60s to pursue his dream of devoting his life to art. While painting, he also worked at an important Paris ad agency and as a freelance illustrator before moving to Monte Carlo in the late '60s to teach, paint, and run his gallery. In addition to his painting career, Steve was requested to create the Official Poster of the Principality of Monaco and the poster for the Grand Prix as well as being commissioned to create the artwork for a commemorative series of postage stamps honoring Prince Rainier and the history of Monaco. Steve's works have been shown in 12 countries. His most-recent major international exhibition was at the Bell tree Tower in Zurich, Switzerland. Steve returned to the United States in , settling in Rochester, primarily because of his familiarity with the Rochester Zen Center. Steve and his wife, Judy, a children's librarian, live in Brighton, NY.
Watch the Skies is an encounter with an unworldly past and present. It is likewise an encounter with the science fiction film music of the cold war. In a flying craft encircled the globe traveling at miles an hour and landed in Washington, D. Meanwhile, at the North Pole a handful of American soldiers and civilians met the first invasion from another planet.
Think of CitySocializer as a singles mixer crossed with MeetUp. Powered through Facebook, it strives for group dating at its best, hosting events daily and even allowing you to create your own. Initially launched in the U. Custom events make this app the closest you can get to artisanal dating think: an afternoon at the Dumbo Arts Festival or a Lower East Side food crawl. With more than 60, users, you can satisfy your fetish—sorry—personal preference. The social network allows you to browse nearby singles who you can message—and you can even get groups together for trips to the museum.