The Art Show – Season 5
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Buddhist monks create a sand mandala in Houston.
Master baristas at Buddy Brew Coffee in Tampa demonstrate the art of the perfect cup.
Houston jewelry designer Jera Lodge creates wearable sculpture.
Columbus artist Marc Lincewicz creates dream-like pen and ink drawings.
Art spans the generations in Continuance from father to son in Colorado Springs.
Arts educator Joe Deer inspires tomorrow’s stars of the stage at Wright State University.
Columbus musician Wolfgang Parker creates children’s books starring crime-fighting cats.
Art comes together piece by piece for Sacramento collage artist Maureen Hood.
Art collector Blake Byrne celebrates his 80th birthday with a special traveling exhibit.
The Toytisserie exhibit in Kansas City features numerous new and vintage toys.
Photographer Bill Franz documents Dayton at work and play.
Orlando interpreter Angela Roth brings American Sign Language front and center.
Sacramento’s Robyn Slakey brings sweet treats to unexpected places.
Columbus photographer Nick Reichard travels the Appalachian Trail.
Travel to Houston to sample the handmade frozen desserts at Gelazzi.
Dayton choreographer Crystal Michelle shares her love of dance and takes us behind the scenes of her show The Descent of This Water: Rain.
The paintings of upstate New York artist Barbara Page provide an unusual look at the natural world.
New Mexico’s Nic Nicosia creates rich narratives in his staged photographs.
Check out what’s on the runway with Sacramento fashion photographer Mark Gunter.
Travel to The Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York to get immersed in the art of the American West.
The charcoal drawings of Dayton artist James Pate ignite a call to action.
Retired Columbus businessman EJ Jones gives thrift store sweaters a new life.
Las Vegas master ceramicist Tom Coleman brings his work to a Columbus gallery.
Houston’s Kim Ritter stitches whimsical art quilts.
The founders of PechaKucha Dayton give us the scoop on their community show-and-tell events.
Cleveland’s Baba Jubal Harris is a third-generation pioneer of African drum making in the United States.
PlatteForum connects artists with at-risk youth in Denver.
Doug Benedict uses salvaged steel to create a new sculpture for the Vandalia Art Park during Heavy Metal Remix.
The elegant sculptures of Columbus artist Yasue Sakaoka expand on traditional Japanese origami.
Dayton artist Colleen McCulla shares her daily practice of creating and posting to social media a new collage each day.