George Kitchens, author of the new book “Golfing Across the Ponds: A Duffer’s Perspective,” is not a very good golfer. The retired physician would like you to know that upfront.
Growing up in Massachusetts and Upstate New York, Olivia Perreault would often explore her family’s property and photograph, paint, and draw the things that caught her attention. Today, her botanical pieces combine her love for nature and her eye for composition.
Now that she’s made it through the playoff round, Craft will have to impress the viewing audience more than the judges; her fate is up to the fan vote now.
“Once here, I decided to start my own group, with unrestricted exhibits and an affordable way for emerging and professional artists to exhibit their art."
In the video for “Blackbird Lullaby,” Rex Akins, who performs under the name Morgan of the Pines, is a haunted man.
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"Her legacy is the thousands of kids who get to pursue the arts who would never had the opportunity."
Let’s start out with the specifics here, because once the comedic duo of Steve Martin and Martin Short began talking, we really weren’t in control anymore.
This year’s Greenville Open Studios runs Nov. 11-12 and will feature a mind-boggling 145 artists. Here are a few that caught our eyes.
Think for a moment about the acrobats or daredevils you’ve seen at a Ringling Bros. show. Or the incredible contortionists you may have encountered at a Cirque De Soleil performance. Now imagine all of those daring feats — acrobats flying through the air, contortionists putting themselves in seemingly impossible positions — being performed while the stage beneath them is moving.
Anyone who tells you that purely instrumental music can’t express emotion as well as a band with a singer hasn’t heard Glenn Jones play guitar. In Jones’ hands, the acoustic guitar becomes something different, almost like a paintbrush or a pen.
Straight No Chaser, a nine-man a cappella group that formed at Indiana University in 1996, runs into misconceptions all the time.
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Bob Ripley works primarily in metals and wood, and his creations can range from an impossibly detailed and intricate portrait to a beautifully made door. It’s a combination of artistic ability and craftsmanship that he comes by naturally.
At first glance, many of Vivian Morris’ creations, which she makes through a combination of woodwork and printmaking, look like animals and creatures that one might find in animated TV shows or movies.