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Apr 6, 2018

After 2017 fire, Blue Iris Flowers coming back to Catonsville

Baltimore County Fire Department Battalion Chief Blaine Kurrle told the Baltimore Sun last year. The building was empty at the time and no one was injured.Cary said she will bring the ribbon and the big scissors for the ribbon cutting, taking place at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 16.Glascock said thatafter the ceremony, the shop will be open for business throughout the day. Then in the evening, sometime after about 6 p.m., she said the shop will host an open house celebration with wine and snacks.The shop is known for its fresh-cut flowers, and Glascock said this time of year she is busiest filling wedding orders.Shoppers familiar with Blue Iris will see some new products, Glascock said, including locally or U.S.-made gift items, air plants, greeting cards and jewelry.Looking forward, Glascock hopes to stock a wider selection of easy-care indoor plants, like succulents and cacti.Glascock praised the Chamber and the Catonsville community for making her return possible.“Honestly, the entire community of Catonsville has rallied around us,” Glascock said. “People who we’ve never met before found us and rallied around us over the past year – following us to Arbutus, sticking by us, just generally being there for us.”“We’re excited to be back,” Glascock said. (Baltimore Sun)

Feb 3, 2017

BC Player of the Week: Knox City's Flowers wins honor

Paducah (42-29). Burchett averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds last week, while hitting 46.7 percent from beyond the 3-point arc. 10D. Blaine Hughes and Corleone Pressley, guard/forward, seniors, Brownwood—... (ReporterNews.com)

Jan 19, 2017

And you can send me dead flowers every morning…

Keds” (1961) and “Tire” (1962), which were derived from magazine and newspaper advertisements. Nell Blaine, “Blue Cloth” (1980), oil on canvas, 26 x 22 inches (image courtesy Tibor de Nagy Gallery) In the summer of 1964, Andy Warhol began working on his silkscreened Flower series, which he would show in his first solo exhibition at Leo Castelli. Like Lichtenstein, Warhol got his images from the mass media, newspaper headlines and ads, as well commercial brands. With the “flower” paintings, he made an exception and took the image from a spread in Modern Photography, which ceased publication in 1989. The June 1964 issue featured three different color variations of a photograph depicting seven hibiscus flowers taken by the magazine’s executive editor Patricia Caulfield. Warhol cut the image into a square, leaving only four of the seven flowers. Initially, he worked on 48 and 24-inch squares, though he would soon add 14, 8, and 5-inch squares to his production. Clearly, he wanted to cover all the bases by appealing to the wealthy and the not so rich. Being loved was important to Warhol. When Lichtenstein and Warhol mimicked or used mechanical means to depict flowers, there was a strong belief that certain subjects had devolved into clichés, and that nothing new could be done with them. By employing a mechanical style to update their subjects, Lichtenstein and Warhol could distance themselves from them, as well as take on the manner of the impersonal. The cool objectivity of Pop Art had superseded the intense subjectivity of Abstract Expressionism. And yet, that was not all that was going on back then, was it? In 1965, Jane Freilicher painted a small square painting, “Peonies.” In it, she did something that seemed old fashioned and even obsolete to many: she translated her sensations, and did so – often with flowers as subject – for the rest of her life. Lois Dodd, “Pink Scabiosa, Back View” (2013), oil on panel, 20 x 18 1/4 inches (©Lois Dodd, Courtesy Alexandre Gallery, New York) In 1952, Lois Dodd and four other artists started the Tanager Gallery. As an artist who considers herself “stingy with paint,” Dodd has painted many idiosyncratic views of flowers. As her title indicates, the artist painted the back view of a flower in “Pink Scabiosa, Back View” (2013). Both Dodd and Freilicher are, in different ways, associated with Painterly Realists, such as Fairfield Porter and Nell Blaine. They were championed by poet-critics, such as Frank O’Hara and John Ashbery, and ignored – if not dismissed – by critics, such as Clement Greenberg and the next generation, which included Barbara Rose, Michael Fried, and Rosalind Krauss. How could you be a serious critic concentrating on the most radical art and write about flower paintings, unless they were done by Lichtenstein or Warhol? If you could not make an artwork that was objective and impersonal, you were out of the game. Richard Baker, “Tag” (2010), oil on wood, 4... (Hyperallergic)

Aug 29, 2016

State NFL roundup: Columbia's Trey Flowers blossoms for Patriots in Week 1 of preseason

Anniston) and wide receiver J.J. Nelson (Midfield, UAB), Atlanta Falcons wide receiver J.D. McKissic (Central-Phenix City), Ravens offensive tackle Blaine Clausell (Baker) and defensive tackle Michael Pierce (Daphne), Panthers defensive end Mario Addison (Tarrant, Troy), punter Swayze Waters (UAB) and quarterback Joe Webb (Wenonah, UAB); Chicago Bears cornerback Jacoby Glenn (Vigor) and running back Jordan Howard (Gardendale, UAB), Bengals wide receiver Cody Core (Auburn High), Browns safety Don Jones (Hazlewood), Packers tight end Kennard Backman (UAB), linebacker Beniquez Brown (Florence), running back Brandon Burks (Daleville, Troy), cornerback LaDarius Gunter (Jeff Davis) and wide receiver Jamel Johnson (Carver-Montgomery, Alabama State); Houston Texans outside linebacker Eric Lee (Daphne), Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers (Lee-Huntsville), Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Braedon Bowman (South Alabama), Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (West Alabama), linebacker Jonathan Massaquoi (Troy), defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Central-Phenix City), running back Darrin Reaves (Clay-Chalkville, UAB) and defensive tackle Nick Williams (Minor, Samford); Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jake Ganus (Chelsea, UAB), cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (Murphy) and defensive end Denzell Perine (Davidson); Giants wide receiver K.J. Maye (Murphy), New York Jets nose tackle Steve McClendon (Carroll-Ozark, Troy) and wide receiver Chandler Worthy (Troy), Saints safeties Trae Elston (Oxford) and Jamal Golden (Wetumpka), Raiders offensive tackle Matt McCants (Williamson, UAB), wide receiver Seth Roberts (West Alabama) and safety Brynden Trawick (Troy); Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Montell Garner (South Alabama), guard Chris Hubbard (UAB) and defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler (B.C. Rain, Jacksonville State); Chargers outside linebacker Chris Landrum (Sweet Water), 49ers running back DuJuan Harris (Troy), Titans cornerback Kalan Reed (Briarwood Christian) and defensive end Mike Smith (Wenonah) and Washington Redskins defensive end Anthony Lanier (Alabama A&M). Nelson caught an 11-yard pass and had two punt returns for 12 yards in Arizona's 31-10 loss to Oakland on Friday. Roberts had a 9-yard reception for the Raiders. McKissic returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown and also had a 14-yard punt return in Atlanta's 23-17 victory over Washington. Webb completed 9-of-16 passes for 89 yards and ran six times for 22 yards against Baltimore. Waters punted three times for a 34.3-yard average for Carolina. Howard had 12 yards on five carries in the Bears' 22-0 loss to the Broncos. Core caught three passes for 33 yards and made a special-teams tackle in Cincinnati's 17-16 loss to Minnesota. Burks ran for 45 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 3 yards in Green Bay's victory over Cleveland. Backman caught three passes for 28 yards and Brown made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for the Packers. Lee made three tackles and recorded a sack in his first pro action – Houston's 24-13 victory over San Francisco on Sunday night. Harris gained 29 yards on six rushing attempts for the 49ers. Bowman caught two passes for 28 yards in the Jaguars' 17-13 loss to the Jets on Thursday. Worthy had a 17-yard catch for New York. Reaves ran 11 times for 42 yards and caught a 15-yard pass in the Chiefs' 17-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. Hill had a 6-yard catch, a 4-yard punt return and t... (AL.com)

Aug 15, 2016

State NFL roundup: Columbia's Trey Flowers blossoms for Patriots ...

Anniston) and wide receiver J.J. Nelson (Midfield, UAB), Atlanta Falcons wide receiver J.D. McKissic (Central-Phenix City), Ravens offensive tackle Blaine Clausell (Baker) and defensive tackle Michael Pierce (Daphne), Panthers defensive end Mario Addison (Tarrant, Troy), punter Swayze Waters (UAB) and quarterback Joe Webb (Wenonah, UAB); Chicago Bears cornerback Jacoby Glenn (Vigor) and running back Jordan Howard (Gardendale, UAB), Bengals wide receiver Cody Core (Auburn High), Browns safety Don Jones (Hazlewood), Packers tight end Kennard Backman (UAB), linebacker Beniquez Brown (Florence), running back Brandon Burks (Daleville, Troy), cornerback LaDarius Gunter (Jeff Davis) and wide receiver Jamel Johnson (Carver-Montgomery, Alabama State); Houston Texans outside linebacker Eric Lee (Daphne), Colts wide receiver Chester Rogers (Lee-Huntsville), Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Braedon Bowman (South Alabama), Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill (West Alabama), linebacker Jonathan Massaquoi (Troy), defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Central-Phenix City), running back Darrin Reaves (Clay-Chalkville, UAB) and defensive tackle Nick Williams (Minor, Samford); Minnesota Vikings linebacker Jake Ganus (Chelsea, UAB), cornerback Captain Munnerlyn (Murphy) and defensive end Denzell Perine (Davidson); Giants wide receiver K.J. Maye (Murphy), New York Jets nose tackle Steve McClendon (Carroll-Ozark, Troy) and wide receiver Chandler Worthy (Troy), Saints safeties Trae Elston (Oxford) and Jamal Golden (Wetumpka), Raiders offensive tackle Matt McCants (Williamson, UAB), wide receiver Seth Roberts (West Alabama) and safety Brynden Trawick (Troy); Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Montell Garner (South Alabama), guard Chris Hubbard (UAB) and defensive tackle Devaunte Sigler (B.C. Rain, Jacksonville State); Chargers outside linebacker Chris Landrum (Sweet Water), 49ers running back DuJuan Harris (Troy), Titans cornerback Kalan Reed (Briarwood Christian) and defensive end Mike Smith (Wenonah) and Washington Redskins defensive end Anthony Lanier (Alabama A&M). Nelson caught an 11-yard pass and had two punt returns for 12 yards in Arizona's 31-10 loss to Oakland on Friday. Roberts had a 9-yard reception for the Raiders. McKissic returned a kickoff 101 yards for a touchdown and also had a 14-yard punt return in Atlanta's 23-17 victory over Washington. Webb completed 9-of-16 passes for 89 yards and ran six times for 22 yards against Baltimore. Waters punted three times for a 34.3-yard average for Carolina. Howard had 12 yards on five carries in the Bears' 22-0 loss to the Broncos. Core caught three passes for 33 yards and made a special-teams tackle in Cincinnati's 17-16 loss to Minnesota. Burks ran for 45 yards on nine carries and caught two passes for 3 yards in Green Bay's victory over Cleveland. Backman caught three passes for 28 yards and Brown made four tackles, including one behind the line of scrimmage, for the Packers. Lee made three tackles and recorded a sack in his first pro action – Houston's 24-13 victory over San Francisco on Sunday night. Harris gained 29 yards on six rushing attempts for the 49ers. Bowman caught two passes for 28 yards in the Jaguars' 17-13 loss to the Jets on Thursday. Worthy had a 17-yard catch for New York. Reaves ran 11 times for 42 yards and caught a 15-yard pass in the Chiefs' 17-16 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday. Hill had a 6-yard catch, a 4-yard punt return an... (AL.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Rebecca Lynn Jones

Thornton, Dillon Rossingnol, Marcus Scutt Cornell, Jonathon Brooks, Garrett Oliver, Mariah Scutt Cornell, Noah Hendrickson; brother, John Montgomery Blaine of Ontario, CA; several great-grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins and her special friend, her dog, Xena. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m., Monday, April 25, 2016 at the Perkins Funeral Home with Rev. Phil Jordan officiating. Burial will follow in Charles Mulks Cemetery. Friends may call from 10 to 11 a.m. Monday at the funeral home, 55 West Main Street, Dryden. Memorials, in lieu of flowers, are directed to the Wild Heart Ranch (Animal Rescue), P.O. Box 170, Foyil, OK 74031. www.perkinsfuneralhome.com ... (ithaca.com)