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Alarmed that hundreds of historic homes and buildings are demolished in the United States every week, architectural artist Leisa Collins has embarked on a ten-year mission to honor the beauty and heritage of American architecture with her brush. She has traveled all fifty states – and the District of Columbia – to capture these priceless …

The Kingston School of Art (KSOA) hosted its 8th annual Paint the Town event in the village of Portsmouth from September 10-12. In collaboration with International Plein Air Painters Worldwide Paint Out, KSOA offered a free art experience for all ages and skill levels. This year’s Paint the Town weekend saw a record attendance of …

“Although the new paintings were not done in the true sense of outdoors,»Explains Eddy,« they are in tune with the way Frederic Church worked: going to see the world, draw, come back, then paint in the studio. I had every intention of painting in the landscape, but I found that there was no longer a …

If you’ve spent months deciding and then changing your decision about the color of your paint job, you might be tempted to go for something simple like white. With white, the idea is to walk into the paint shop, buy your white paint, go home and get to work. For those who think this is …

We got to see works of art come to life today as we watched a local artist finish one of his paintings! Justin Vining, artist, and Meg Gates Osborne, event manager, joined us today before the Carmel on Canvas Plein Air event. Here are others: See the art created before your eyes at the Carmel …

By Hung Mei-hsiu and Kayleigh Madjar / Journalist, with editor Hsinchu’s traditional architectural painting and guqin (古琴) have been named intangible cultural property, bringing the city’s total to six and marking the first time that the instrument has been recognized by a region. The guqin is China’s oldest musical instrument with a history stretching back …

For months she didn’t think her job was very good, but others did. And, with encouragement, especially from her husband and others, she persevered. Last week, an exhibition of his work, “Defending the Silver Lining,” opened at the Alerus Center. The 15 works, which will be exhibited for three months, are available for sale. To …

Boulder-based artist Sarah McKenzie paints architecture. She started with canvases of abandoned buildings in the city of Detroit in high school, then painted urban sprawl on the Front Range and construction sites after moving to Colorado. More recently, with the representation of the David B. Smith Gallery in Denver, she exhibited works representing institutional spaces …