Plein-air painters get used to all sorts of weather. Because of the nature of their studio — outside, in the plain air — they operat…
One moment, the landscape is gray and flat, almost forgettable.
Dennis Zupan was on the exam table for an endoscopy, when the doctor glanced at the chart.
David Partridge’s 60-plus years as an artist started with a fourth-grade assignment and a bar of soap. Or rather, the lack of a bar …
Yard sales are places to find unexpected treasures, but when I stopped at one last summer I never knew the treasure I found would be…
Everyone has a camera these days.
If you ever have a run-in with a porcupine, you’ll probably remember the experience. Anne Behlau certainly has.
In the back of our minds, “they” always speak.
The only thing certain about life is that it’s uncertain.
Rocks, these days, really rock.
Anybody can be kind.
It’s easy to point out what’s wrong with the world. We all do this, although only a few are paid well to impose their opinions on others.
You don’t have to like broccoli to admire it.
Santa Claus could use a person like Kathy Snow on his staff, and not just because her last name fits well into his company theme.
In the world of dangerous work, professional artist doesn’t rank up there with loggers, deep-sea fisherman or commercial airline pil…
She is an artist, living on a farm.
While initially, it may seem that there is little in common among the canals of Venice, Paleolithic cave paintings of Lascaux and fo…