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Nov 28, 2018
Artists take diverse approaches to flowers in two central Arkansas exhibits - Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Two current exhibits in central Arkansas present a diversity of approach -- the metalpoint creations of Marjorie Williams-Smith at Hearne Fine Art and the oil paintings of Diana Shearon at Red Door Gallery.
Williams-Smith, who is retired from the art faculty at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, works in the demanding, intricate sphere of metalpoint -- silver, copper, gold and more -- to create images that appear to be almost academic botanicals.
Until you let them soak in.
"The Messengers: A Survey of Work in Metalpoint" presents 39 works by Williams-Smith from 1987 through this year. The 1987 piece, Pin Rose, is a silverpoint and graphite work that is simple and direct, yet hints at resistance to being constrained.
Initially working only in silverpoint, Williams-Smith has exerted her command over other metals as well, enriching her work with different backgrounds (black gesso and color tints) and integrating watercolor, crayon and other media as welcome pops of color and emotional texture. But this creative expansion never takes away from her skillful metalpoint technique.
Case in point: what is perhaps her most striking and beautiful work yet, the stunning Divine Energy, a 28-by-20 inch silverpoint, watercolor, crayon, white charcoal and graphite on tinted acrylic gesso and watercolor paper. It is a painstakingly executed presentation of allium schubertii -- aka flowering onion. In Williams-Smith's hands, three of these plants turn into a fireworks-like explosion of creative energy. Divine, indeed.
Roses in the exhibition also capture the eye -- especially the gorgeous Clairvoyance, a 2012 si... Oct 5, 2017
Florists at convention in Las Vegas use donated flowers to create memorial for shooting victims
Maryland, reached out to Mayesh Wholesale Florist to donate flowers.
“Our location is about five minutes from the shooting,” said Sharon Hearne, manager of the Las Vegas warehouse. “It’s in our backyard. All of us knew people who were affected and we’re all devastated.”
The company donated nearly 600 flowers to Davis and Campbell to create a memorial outside the family assistance center at the convention center.
“We didn’t have any supplies or any staff, we kind of just jumped into action,” Campbell said. “As florists, our way of dealing with things and showing emotions is flowers.”
Dozens of florists, attending the conference from all over the country, volunteered to help. Within one hour, the group created a blanket of flowers, with the idea of a blanket creating warmth for the families.
Above the blanket of flowers are more flowers designed to appear as angel wings.
Within moments of the tribute being completed, family members and friends of the 58 victims began to appear.
The first person to visit the memorial was a father whose daughter’s friend was killed in the shooting.
“He said it gave him a place to start mourning and paying respect,” Davis recalled. (ABC News)Oct 5, 2017
New York Yankees send flowers to slain Polk County officer's family
The outpouring of support for the family of slain Polk County police detective Kristen Hearne continued Wednesday when loved ones received a special gift from the New York Yankees. MORE: Polk County officer remembered at funeralThe team sent flowers to the Hearne’s family and the Polk County Police Department with a note that read: “With our deepest sympathies, our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Hearne family and the family of the Polk County Police Department.” Hearne, 29, was shot four times and killed Friday during a police call about a stolen car on a dirt road in Cedartown. Police said she was providing backup to rookie Officer David Goodrich when Seth Brandon Spangler, 31, pulled a gun on them and fired multiple rounds. Goodrich was wearing a bulletproof vest and was unharmed.“The outpouring of support continues to overwhelm us,” Polk County police wrote on its Facebook page. They said there was no way they could thank everyone for the “beautiful spray of flowers from the New York Yankees!” New York City Police Department also had a processional in honor... (Atlanta Journal Constitution)Feb 3, 2017
BC Player of the Week: Knox City's Flowers wins honor
District 8-2A schedule unbeaten.
The scary part is this is a very young team with most of its talent returning next year.
3. Jaxon Hearne and Duane Walkingstick, guards, Jr./Sr., Cisco— Cisco swept district games with Millsap (56-40) and Eastland (47-30) last week, with Hearne and Walkingstick providing much of the punch.
Hearne finished with a combined 31 points, 10 rebounds and four steals while hitting 10 3-pointers. Walkingstick had 26 points, 15 boards, seven assists and five blocks to help the Loboes improve to 16-7 overall and 4-1 in district play.
"Duane had an emotional week, with the passing of his grandfather, and put in a tremendous effort on both sides of the floor,” coach Kevin Hearne said. “I could not be prouder of him."
4. Jilian Hufstutler, guard, Jr., Comanche — Had a combined 36 points in two games against Bangs (36-29) and Brady (53-48).
She ended the Bangs game with five rebounds, four assists, five steals, five blocks and 12 pass deflections. She charted six rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks against Brady.
"Jilian has been a steady force in these first few games of district play,” Comanche coach Diana Salinas said. “She has been a great leader."
5. Creed Goode and Holden Senclair, guard/forward, Jr./Sr., Cross Plains— Goode charted a combined 29 points, 22 rebounds, four assists, two steals and two blocks in a loss to May (74-50) and a win over Santa Anna (66-34) — the latter of which saw him score 24.
Senclair finished last week with 50 total points and 19 rebounds, including a monster double-double of 24 points and 13 boards in the Santa Anna win.
The Buffaloes enter this week at 10-9 overall and 3-2 in district.
6. Dylan Frazier, post, So., Hawley— Posted a pair of double-doubles last week while leading the Bearcats to wins over Mason (65-55) and Anson (64-44).
Frazier charted 10 points and 11 rebounds in the Mason win, and followed with 24 and 11 against Anson to help the Bearcats improve to 16-5 overall and 3-1 in league play.
“Dylan does a great job of crashing the boards and playing with energy,” coach Chase Coulter said.
7. Noah Horn, guard, Jr., Stamford— Horn averaged 23 points last week, including 31 in a win over Anson that saw the Bulldogs improve to 14-8 overall and 3-1 in league play.
Aren’t you glad I wasn’t amateurish enough to say that Noah flooded Anson with 31 points?
8. Tanner Broadfoot, forward, Sr., Clyde— Dropped 20 points on Stanton in last week’s 63-60 win over the Buffaloes that saw Clyde improve to 11-10.
This included a game-winning 3-pointer as time expired.
"Hard work in the gym is really paying off,” coach Tarrington Rivers said. “You have to run Tanner out of the gym after practice, and it shows."
9. Johnny Donnelly and Tanner Schnoor, 132- and 220-pound classes, Jr./So., Hawley— Both of these guys took their weight class at last week’s Abilene Invitational Meet.
Donnelly took the top spot in the 132-pound division, with a three-lift total of 975 pounds. Schnoor totaled 1,360 to finish first at 220.
"Tanner is an outstanding kid who's just as humble as he is strong,” Hawley coach Matt Preston said. “And he's pretty stro... (ReporterNews.com)Sep 14, 2016
Lincoln Calling schedule released, single day tickets on-sale
Group, Lincoln Industries, Assurity Life, Tetrad Property Group, Courtyard Lincoln Downtown/Haymarket,Embassy Suites, Alpha Media, a href="http://hearnebraska.us1.list-ma... (Hear Nebraska (blog))Nov 27, 2015
Wally Kennedy: Don Davis Florist moves to downtown storefront
Street and Sergeant Avenue. That's where my mother became one of his customers. When he opened Countryside Flowers in 1982 at 39th Street and Hearnes Boulevard, she was thrilled because it was so close to her home. She would drop in just to visit with him.
When Mother died this summer, we turned to Davis to prepare her flowers for the service. That's something you don't entrust to just anybody. He knocked it out of the park. I'm telling you this because I believe in full disclosure. Davis is a friend of the family, and we will be forever grateful for the kindness he showed to our mother.
When part of a building disappears, you can't help but notice it. The back part of Trim Sales, a brick structure at 127 N. Main St., collapsed after a heavy rainfall a while back. The city's chief building inspector told me the owner is going to demolish the building.
When that happens, motorists traveling along North Main Street will get a much clearer view of one of Joplin's most historic structures — Union Depot. Could the collapse of this building be a catalyst for redevelopment of the depot?
Maybe, but I'm not holding my breath.
Closing up for now
The furniture liquidation sale that has been ongoing for a few months will wrap up today at the former Bob's Furniture Gallery at 1736 S. Main St. The sale, staged by B&B Discount, has been reduced to a few items, including bicycles, Christmas trees, tools, hardware items, wall hangings, mattresses and a few pieces of furniture.
One of the managers of the liquidation told me it was such a success that another sale could be staged there in the future. One thing is certain — a lot of furniture was moved in a short period of time.
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