Human Canvas: The story of a West Michigan bodypainter

Written by John Kissane | Wednesday, 27 February 2019 14:31 |

Liz Snyder needed money. A single mother, newly divorced, she cast around for options. She came across body painting at an Art Hop event. "You could do this," a friend nudged.

Celebrating the spirit of adventure and the art of film, Mountainfilm on Tour: Saugatuck continues to grow with a weekend of film screenings, art, music and family fun.

Cut to the Tissue: Maya Freelon takes crafty materials to new levels

Written by Jane Simons | Monday, 25 February 2019 15:39 |

On their own, sheets of tissue paper may not hold much visual appeal, but in the hands of Maya Freelon, individual pieces in varying colors and sizes become vibrant structures that tell a story.

The art on your favorite cafe’s walls was not placed there by accident. 

Intro to H2O: Oscar Tuazon teaches through his school within a school

Written by Dana Casadei | Thursday, 31 January 2019 21:07 |

Schools and libraries go hand-in-hand, both containing and spreading knowledge far and wide. Whether it’s a university or an elementary school, the library is the well of information students can dip into at any time. The same goes for Oscar Tuazon’s Water School, coming to Michigan State University’s Broad Art Museum.

In Bloom: Red Lotus Center for the Arts showcases local artists, promotes community

Written by Marla R. Miller | Thursday, 31 January 2019 21:03 |

When artist Tanya Tice couldn’t find a piece of art to hang above her couch in her price range, she went out to the store, bought some canvas and paint and “went to town.”

Accomplished Michigan author and illustrator Patricia Polacco was once a little girl, Trisha, who saw jumbled words on the page and struggled with reading in school.

The Cycle of Service: How one artist reclaims and gives back

Written by Marla R. Miller | Thursday, 27 December 2018 11:04 |

At five years old, Kelly Allen turned a plastic trash can into a loom to weave bookmarks while she watched cartoons.

Downtown Decade: The GRAM celebrates 10 years in the heart of the city

Written by Marla Miller | Thursday, 27 December 2018 11:01 |

A pair of 15th century engravings by Martin Schongauer, a 17th century etching on paper by Rembrandt, and Adonna Khare’s ArtPrize 2012 winner Elephant Whirlpool exemplify the diversity of recent gifts, promised gifts and art purchases at Grand Rapids Art Museum.

Eye Contact: 'She Stares Back' shifts the perspective

Written by Dana Casadei | Tuesday, 27 November 2018 10:45 |

The jewel-toned colors of the walls — in hues of dark purple, blue and magenta — will probably be what catches your eye first. Once inside the gallery though, you’ll find a lot of eyes looking back at you.

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