In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, cartoonist Jesse Clyde is radiating good vibes and positive energy. He shares with host Sueann Ramella about how he tries to be present in the moment and explains how money and other societal distractions can take away from his artwork. Jesse is a local northwest artist from… Read More
Mama (Beautiful Skin) — Natal-San Miguel added the parenthesis — belongs to the Mint Museum in Charlotte, N.C. It's part of their first online exhibition. Twenty six of Natal-San Miguel's photos are on view in "Expanding the Pantheon: Women R Beautiful." His subject in this one has vitiligo. Pigment is missing from parts of her skin. She's dappled. And Natal-San Miguel Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Trimpin: Ambiente432 returned to the main atrium of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the start of the spring semester. The exhibition is an interactive experience that allows the audience to become a part of the art. “What I love so much about it is that it’s unexpected,”… Read More
Toppenish Murals The small town of Toppenish, Wash. decided it needed a revitalization program and they landed on murals. Each mural in Toppenish depicts life in and surrounding the town from 1840 to 1940 and currently the town has over 80 murals. Full Transcript – I’ll take this opportunity to welcome you to Toppenish, the… Read More
Granger Dinosaurs To improve the public image of Granger, Wash. in the early 90’s, the public works department decided to build life size cement dinosaurs to be displayed throughout the city. The city is now up to 32 dinosaurs and currently make a new one every year. Full Transcript [Bruce] The baby brontosaurus, that is… Read More
While some art lovers look down their noses at the monument to children’s television icon J. P. Patches, the replica of a rocket and other sculptures, Fremont’s public art has a bevy of defenders. But a group of state lawmakers is not among them. If they have their way, one of Fremont’s signature artworks, the 16-foot-tall statue of former Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin, Read More
When artist Trevor Paglen looks up at the night sky, there's beauty and wonder, but also a planet completely transformed by humans into a "landscape of surveillance." His new exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, “Sites Unseen,” offers a new way to look at very familiar landscapes. Jeffrey Brown reports on Paglen’s latest obsession: how artificial intelligence Read More
Moscow Woodworker Local Moscow artist, Kristin LeVier, discusses her passion for creating flowing, life-like sculptures out of wood. Full Transcript As an undergraduate, I studied Molecular biology and biochemistry. But I always wanted to be an artist and a scientist. My name is Kristin Levier and I’m an artist, a sculptor and I live in… Read More
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