Akie Nakata, also known as the Stone Artist, creates one-of-a-kind animals that fit in the palm of a hand.
The Apex Art and Cultural Center aims to give west coast graffiti art the seat at the table it deserves. Leland Dart for MyEverettNews.com.
For muralist Andy Eccleshall, the sky's the thang.
Arlington Arts Council
"An artist is his own fault."
The Art of Bonsai
The cruel genius of bonsai master Masahiko Kimura. Robert Moor for The New Yorker.
As If Theatre Company
All the world's a stage, as if. Kenmore, Washington.
Brit artist Banksy takes street art to new heights.
Artist Andre Amador uses sand as his canvas.
Thom Bluemel cartoons in the vein of Gary Larson. Presented by GoComics.
Dr. Hugo's net art project of ultra-short films that explore the stories human beings tell with their bodies.
Landscape rendered erotic, or erotica rendered utilitarian?
Australia's Bowerbird is a master of forced perspective. Joseph Castro for Live Science.
Contains everything you'd possibly want to know about the arts festival held each Labor Day weekend on the playa in Nevada.
In the Fray
First-timer Hannah Albarazi reflects on the Burning Man phenom.
A decade of Burning Man captured by photographer Phil Steele.
Chuck Pefley Designs|
The official site of world renowned photographer-turned-glass maker Chuck Pefley.
Independent entertainment studio.
Photos from the World Ice Art Championships. Cool.
A result of social distancing, Erin's miniature landscapes are made of common household items and shared across the twitterverse.
Movies off the beaten path.
Fremont Arts Council
Meet the folks behind the Summer Solstice Festival in Seattle's funky Fremont district, the Center of the Universe.
Snowbird Joe Wilson turns the lowly gourd into functional works of art.
Jacques Drapeau Artwork
"Paintings of darn near everything."
Acrylic artist Liz Park is a wizard of negative space.
Lois E. Judd
Lois lives, paints and makes mosaics on Camano Island, Washington.
Lucky MACK Portraiture
Robert Jones shoots faces in Seattle, Washington.
Santa Fe art collective builds dream house filled with portals to other worlds. David Wharton for the Los Angeles Times.
In the fifties everything built on wheels was BIG, right? Think again.
Enter the world of optical microscopy (photographs taken through an optical microscope). A big site of really tiny matter.
Acrylic artist Monica Bretherton's adventures in art.
An educator by profession, silk artist Janet Lehwalder leads informative, hands-on classes on painting silk.
Nicki Wight Watercolors |
Watercolor artist Nicki Wight achieves a realism rarely associated with the medium.
NW Driftwood Artists
These artists use the LuRon method. Classes, show schedule.
Of Oz The Wizard
Through painstaking editing, CinemaBlend presents The Wizard of Oz with every word of dialog in alphabetical order. Bucy, hats Matt off to you!
Papier mache' is a fun and accessible medium for creating on the cheap. Tips for getting started.
The history behind the track Being for the Benefit of Mister Kite. Mike Dash for Smithsonian.com.
Think the FAA has taken all the fun out of flying? Eric Pfeiffer for The Sideshow.
Sophie specializes in dog photography with an emphasis on rescues.
Outdoor photographer Stephen Matera shares his vision.
Miles above underwater basket-weaving. Founded 1991.
The best prime-time opening credits ever.
Van Gogh Selfie
National Galleries of Scotland uncovers self-portrait hiding behind 1885 Head of a Peasant Woman. Reuters.
Sculptor Ra Paulette redefines cave art. Lee Cowan for CBS.
Wm. Arthur Phillips
Artist Wm. Arthur Phillips lived and painted on a mission of peace.
XLI Halftime Show
Princely tool: A guitar is a guitar is a guitar. Or is it?
Against all odds, Elizabeth Blackwell became the authoritative artist on medicinal plants. Maria Popova with her story for The Marginalian.
2001 Space Oddity
"It is illegal to install structures or art without authorization on federally managed public lands, no matter what planet you're from." - Lt. Nick Street, Utah Department of Public Safety