涂 皓欽 Tu Hao-Chin, 照亮自己的，會是自己製造的光芒, 2013
David Molesky, Ultra S, 48” x 60”, oil on canvas, 2014
Exhibition at Copro Nason in Santa Monica, California
Opening Reception, Saturday, April 19, 8:00 - 11:30 pm
NEW YORK (AP) — A small study of casual marijuana smokers has turned up evidence of changes in the brain, a possible sign of trouble ahead, researchers say.
The young adults who volunteered for the study were not dependent on pot, nor did they show any marijuana-related problems.
“What we think we are seeing here is a very early indication of what becomes a problem later on with prolonged use,” things like lack of focus and impaired judgment, said Dr. Hans Breiter, a study author.
Longer-term studies will be needed to see if such brain changes cause any symptoms over time, said Breiter, of the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine and Massachusetts General Hospital.
One of Australia’s best known contemporary sculptors, Oliver died in Sydney in July this year at the age of 47. The posthumous exhibition held in August by her long time Sydney gallery dealer Roslyn Oxley was a fitting tribute to the artist’s life and work. The delicacy and grace of her intricate, painstakingly executed sculptural forms filled the space like enduring organic totems.Oliver’s copper and bronze sculptures are instantly appealing, their sensual and tactile beauty emulating natural phenomena such as seeds, pods and primal life forms.
Selected by Andrew
Adventure Time #27
KaBOOM!’s Adventure Time #27 is out in the universe today. Ryan North wrote it, guest artist Jim Rugg drew it. Brittney Williams, Sabrina Scott, and Tom Hunter created the covers along with Chrystin Garland, whose cover D is above.
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