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Published by sdpdesign, 2018-12-10 17:07:11

Winter_Issue_2018_2019

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nevada’s first visual and performing arts magazine
winter issue 2018/2019


































































Performed by

NEVADA BALLET

THEATRE




Photo Credit: Alicia Lee Photography

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upcoming events
December 2018
* Holiday Shop (Nov 24 - Dec 31) - Two and three dimensional creations — ideal of gift-giving,

along with jewelry, ceramics, holiday cards and more.
* Santa/Family Portrait Photo Op (Dec 2)
* Members Best show (Dec 1 - 31) — Members display their chosen best work of the year for
the month at the Gallery.
* Holiday Reception (Dec 15) — City Lights membership choose winners for Members Best display.
* New Henderson City Hall Artwork Exhibit (Dec 2018 - May 2019)


January 2019
* Entirely New Artwork in Gallery at City Lights (Jan - Feb)
* Feature Exhibit, Continued Creativity with artwork by City Lights Art Class students (Jan 2 - 31)
Meet and Greet Reception (Jan 13)

February 2019
* Feature Artist, Arthur Houston (Feb 1 - 28) with Meet and Greet Reception
* Sweet Saturday Sale featuring Valentine gift items / cards.


March 2019
* Spring Juried Show (Mar 5 - 31) featuring artwork from talented local artists across the
Las Vegas Valley and beyond.
* Arts & Eats (Mar 9) — Juried Show winners announced as City Lights serves up a delicious BBQ.
First-time visitors to City Lights Art Gallery invited to enjoy and explore!

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City Lights Art Gallery
Promo�ng local art and art educa�on
3 East Army Street | Henderson, NV 89009
Phone: 702.498.3055













































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From The Desk of





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MY FAVORITE THINGS


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Pages 8-9-10 Pages 11-12-13 Pages 16-17


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Cover Barbara Yoerg 19
The Nutcracker Amazing and Sharon Menary
Beautiful Ballet by the Peaceful Paintings Art Enhances
Nevada Ballet Theatre 11-12-13 Everything
2-3 The Historic Plaza Theatre 20-21
City Lights Art Gallery Waiting to be Eric Courtney

Featuring three artists plus restored to its original beauty ‘Tis The Season to Share
Upcoming Events 14 22-23
4 Anne Furno Portraits
Pat Wall Beautiful expressions of art in Photos of past events
From the Desk of the watercolors and Juried Show
Publisher 15 24-25
5 Xpress Graphics Southwest Diner
What’s Inside All types of printing Homemade is
Table of Contents 16-17 our Specialty
6-7 Christie’s of New York 26-27
In the Spotlight Fernando Botero Artistic Iron

Beautiful photos of Latin American Art Creative masterpieces
the Nutcracker Ballet 18 from iron
Nevada Ballet Theatre Karen Getney Back Cover
Her Life Behind Bars


Publisher Pat Wall, Tsunami Produc�ons
ARTISAN Crea�ve Director Shari Penny
Senior Editor SDP Design
Photographer Eric Courtney
MAGAZINE For Adver�sing 702.308.3467
[email protected]�ons.biz | www.tsunamiproduc�ons.biz

The Artisan Copyright 2018/2019. All rights reserved. Reproductions of any kind is prohibited without the Publisher’s written permission.
The Artisan is Published quarterly by Tsunami Productions. The afore-mentioned Publisher is not responsible for any advertising claims herein.
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nevada ballet theatre



ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, ROY KAISER



DECEMBER 2018: ANNUAL HOLIDAY TRADITION


The Nutcracker
Music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky/Choreographed by James Canfield
TWELVE PERFORMANCES

Saturday, December 8 - Monday, December 24, 2018 Roy Kaiser
Full Orchestra on Select Performances Artistic Director

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts





















Now in its 47th season, Nevada Ballet
theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
organization based in Las Vegas and
the largest professional ballet
company and Dance Academy in the
state. Committed to the highest
artistic standards, this
classically-based company is at home
in an eclectic repertory, moving easily
from the classics to the high-energy
contemporary ballets.
The mission of Nevada Ballet Theatre
is to educate and inspire statewide,
regional and national audiences and
vitally impact community life through
professional company productions,
dance training, education and
outreach.
Nevada Ballet Theatre is the Resident
Ballet Company of The Smith Center
for the Performing Arts.



For more information, visit NBT on the web: www.nevadaballet.org
Like NBT on Facebook - www.facebook.com/NevadaBalletTheatre • Tweet @NVBallet
For tickets call The Smith Center for the Performing Arts Box Office at 702.749.2000

Photo Credits: Alicia Lee Photography and Virginia Trudeau

FEBRUARY 2019

FIREBIRD

Mixed Repertory Program
Music by Igor Stravinsky • Choreography by Yuri Possokhov

RAYMONDA VARIATIONS Music by Alexander Glazounov
Choreography by George Balanchine

Plus: A World Premiere by Nicolo Fonte

TWO PERFORMANCES ONLY:

Saturday, February 16, 2019 • 7:30 PM and Sunday, February 17, 2019 • 2:00 PM

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts with full Orchestra

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THE HISTORIC PLAZA THEATRE IN PALM SPRINGS,

CALIFORNIA HAS A STAR-STUDDED PAST!

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Latin American Art | November 20 - 21, 2018




FIVE THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT FERNANDO BOTERO
An introduction to perhaps South America’s best-known artist, whose paintings and sculptures address
subjects ranging from the Old Masters to bullfighting and domestic life — illustrated with works in our

upcoming sale.




1. Artist Fernando Botero had a tough start to life.

Botero was born in 1932 in Medellin, Columbia. Located in a
valley of the Andes mountain range, Medellin was at that time a
relatively small and isolated city. His father, David, was a traveling
salesman who died suddenly at the age of 40, leaving a
four-year-old Bolero, his two brothers and his mother, who worked
as a seamstress, destitute.




2. Bolero was enrolled to train as a bullfighter

Botero began drawing and painting watercolors as a young child.
In 1944 an uncle, who had taken on an important role in family life
following the death of his father, enrolled him in a training school
for bullfighters, only to recognize that his nephew was more
interested in drawing and painting bulls than in fighting them.
Botero’s first works — watercolors of bulls and matadors — were Fernando Botero (B.1932)
sold by a man who traded tickets to bullfights. In 1948, when he Seated Woman
was just 16, he had his first illustrations published in one of the Bronze
most important newspapers in Medellin. Three years later, he had Edition four of six
his first one-man show in Bogotá. (15x8½x11 in.)




3. Studying the Old Masters was revelatory for Botero’s art
At the ago of 20, after winning second prize in Bogotá’s Salón Nacional de Artistas, Botero booked his passage
on a boat to Europe, traveling with a group of fellow artists. During a year in Madrid he passed his days copying
the Prado’s Old Masters. He then moved to Paris and on to Florence to study the Masters of the Italian
Renaissance. This was a revelatory period for the artist, who had previously only seen European art through
reproduction. While Botero was enrolled in art schools for periods during these early years, he considers himself
to be primarily self-taught.




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4. Botero’s 'eureka’ moment came with

a mandolin.
Botero’s early artistic inspiration came from both Latin
America and Europe. The Mexican muralists, as well as
the Spanish master Pablo Picasso and Juan Gris were
among those who first sparked Botero’s creative
imagination. Not unlike Picasso, whose Cubist
breakthrough came after experimenting with the
construction of a guitar. Botero had his artistic ‘eureka’
moment with a mandolin. In 1956 while he was living
in Mexico City, Botero painted a mandolin with an
unusually tiny sound hole, allowing the instrument to
suddenly take on exaggerated proportions. Thus began
the artist’s lifelong exploration of volume.
Fernando Botero (B.1932)
Trumpet Player
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Fernando Botero (B. 1932)
La modella
Graphite, colored pencil & sanguine on paper
(12 ¼x11¾ in.) Fernando Botero (B. 1932)
The Maid
Oil on canvas
5. Botero doesn’t paint ‘fat’ people — he paints volume. (15¾x11¾ in.)
Botero is recognized throughout the world for his singular style incorporating rotund, whimsical figures and
objects which are often suffused with a subtle brand of satire. By manipulating space and perspective, he
draws attention to the monumentality of his figures, showing them in spaces that seem too small to contain
them. He has remained adamant that he does not ‘paint fat people’; what he paints, he insists, is ‘volume’,
and the ‘sensuality of form’. He has explored volume and sensuality of form in subjects as diverse as the
circus, reinterpretations of Old Masters, nudes, Latin American street scenes, domestic life, bordellos and
portraits of political figures.

The images on these two pages are credited to CHRISTIE’S IMAGES LTD 2018
and may not be copied without the express permission of Christie’s.

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HISTORIC COLLECTIBLES SHAPE NEVADA’S RICH ART HISTORY



















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to come back and try the pie!”

“Terra Cotta coffee cups and mason jars;
a trip to Boulder is like driving back in
time and Southwest Diner is always
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IN THE BEGINNING

A Sketch and a Dream








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