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121. Art: Thomas Benton in Omaha. ..An American Artist Has One of His Best Shows Art: Thomas Benton in Omaha. ..An American Artist Has One of His Best Shows December/3/1951 Article about Thomas Hart Benton's successful art exhibit at the Josyln Art Museum in Omaha, with some general biographical information and copies of the several paintings.

122. Art? For Art's Sake, It's an Exciting Time Art? For Art's Sake, It's an Exciting Time August 12, 2006 Outdoor art is becoming more plentiful in Kansas City it appears. This article features a new outdoor sculpture being installed at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art called "Architect's Handkerchief"...

123. Arthur Goldman Arthur Goldman January/4/1967 Photo and biographical article about Arthur Goldman "of the Plaza Art school," an artist with works in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and elsewhere.

124. Arthur Kraft Art at Home Savings Arthur Kraft Art at Home Savings September/7/1965 Article about the mosaic mural for the McGee Street entrance to the Main Branch Library at 12th and Oak Streets done by artist Arthur Kraft, whose work also is displayed in the Louvre in Paris and the...

125. Artist Blossoms in U. S. Climate Artist Blossoms in U. S. Climate November/27/1972 Biographical article about Kansas City artist Valeria Baldauf, a Czechoslovakian refugee with artwork inspired by ancient Egyptian drawings, with photo.

126. Artist Brings Her Joy to Kansas City Artist Brings Her Joy to Kansas City September 29, 2011 Article on native Kansas City artist Rita Blitt and exhibits of her work at Longview and Penn Valley Community Colleges. Her paintings and sculptures "are noted for their colorful, sweeping, swirling lines...

127. Artist Carves Niche in World of Wildlife Artist Carves Niche in World of Wildlife February/18/1999 Biographical article about engraver and painter of wildlife Tom Altenburg of Kansas City, describing his unique style and day job "as an industrial designer for Hallmark Cards," with photo.

128. Artist Celebrates Mujeres in GCI Show Artist Celebrates Mujeres in GCI Show November 30-December 12, 2007 Article profiles artist Alisha Gambino. Her show, Mujeres, runs December 7, 2007 through January 31, 2008 at the Guadalupe Centers. Inc.

129. Artist Creating Caricature of Woman Artist Creating Caricature of Woman n.d. Unidentified artist creating caricature of unidentified woman using overhead projector.

130. Artist Earns National Recognition Artist Earns National Recognition January 12, 2011 Lee Heinemann, senior at Pembroke Hill School, "is one of only two students from Missouri chosen to attend Young Arts Week in Miami." Article has photos and descriptions of Heinemann's art which includes...

131. Artist Helped Many Others Artist Helped Many Others July 10, 2009 Obituary for Ernst Ulmer (86), a long-time Kansas artist whose murals are displayed throughout the Kansas City area. Ulmer earned a master's degree in fine art from the Kansas City Art Institute. In 2006...

132. Artist Is Home to Display Paintings Artist Is Home to Display Paintings February/1/1960 File containing a photo and biographical article about Ferdinand Warren, a Kansas City Art Institute graduate, native of Independence, and former artist for the Kansas City Star Magazine in the 1920s.

133. Artist James Bass Artist James Bass Profile of Topeka, Kansas, artist James Bass, a sculptor of metals starting in the 1960s, many displayed in Topeka public places and copies in Los Angeles, with photos.

134. Artist Makes her Mark in Vivid Colors Artist Makes her Mark in Vivid Colors August 14, 1985 Artist Anabella Pena, or "Uxmal," has painted Maya-themed murals in places such as Plaza de Ninos and the Ruiz Branch of Kansas City Public Library. She also works with young people, training them in arts...

135. Artist Offers Fanciful Cure for Art's Ills Artist Offers Fanciful Cure for Art's Ills August/6/1982 Biographical article about William Fuhri, a Kansas City artist with drawings and paintings exhibited in New York galleries, in a style similar to Rembrandt's, with illustration.

136. Artist Sketches Lessons of Life Artist Sketches Lessons of Life July/15/1975 File containing a photo and biographical article about Chester Starks, an artist and Kansas City health inspector since World War II. Creator of a locally well-known public restroom poster for the city...

137. Artist Takes Bite Out of Hunger Artist Takes Bite Out of Hunger November 19, 2009 Review of artist Jennifer Boe's "How to Cook a Wolf" exhibition at Rockhurst University's Greenlease Gallery. Boe uses several mediums and themes of hunger and meat cuts "to relate a narrative about confronting...

138. Artist Unveils Mural Depicting Life on Troost Avenue Artist Unveils Mural Depicting Life on Troost Avenue September 8-14, 2006 Brief article reporting the unveiling of artist Alexander Austin's mural at 31st Street and Troost Avenue, depicting the history of the area.

139. Artist Was Always Available to Listen Artist Was Always Available to Listen July 14, 2008 The "Remembrances" section contains a tribute to local glass artist Gary E. Smith of Prairie Village who died June 28, 2008, at the age of 54. He came from a family of glassmakers who started and still...

140. Artist's Addition Is a Tribute to Rosa Parks Artist's Addition Is a Tribute to Rosa Parks January 9, 2006 Article describing artist Alexander Austin's addition of Rosa Parks images to his Martin Luther King mural at Linwood Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Austin, who also painted the mural located at 58th and...