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By David Wright, Barbara Dury
Individual ingenuity has become a hallmark of the pandemic with artists producing an array of creative in-person and virtual innovations. Special correspondent Cat Wise has the story of how one San Francisco artist stepped in to help out during the…
By Cat Wise
Illustrative journalist Wendy MacNaughton offers her Brief but Spectacular take on telling undertold stories through drawing.
By PBS NewsHour
The ecosystem of a rotting log can be just as detailed and alive as that of a volcano, at least according to the delicate hand-drawn illustrations of the natural world by Julia Rothman in her new book “Nature Anatomy: The…
By Joshua Barajas
Celebrated American painter Cy Twombly, whose paintings featured scribbles, graffiti and unusual materials and who invigorated American post-War art alongside Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg, has died. He was 83.
By Tom LeGro
Premiering nationwide Thursday on PBS is art:21's latest film, "William Kentridge: Anything Is Possible." Kentridge, a South African artist, is well known for his wide dynamic range of works: charcoal drawings, animations, video installations, sculptures and performance pieces.
By Arts Desk
David Levine, a master of the caricature, died yesterday at the age of 83 in New York as a result of prostate cancer and other illness. Levine had the ability to expose and gently exaggerate the distinguishing features of politicians,…
Late last month, a major retrospective of works by filmmaker and artist Tim Burton opened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Art Beat talked to Ron Magliozzi, MoMA's Assistant Curator of Film, about seeing the world through…
On Thursday's NewsHour, we profiled courtroom sketch artist William Hennessy, whose work has offered people a glimpse where cameras are oftentimes banned. Here is a slideshow of some of his most memorable sketches from the past 27 years.
It's a beautiful, hot day in early summer in the Houston suburb where the artist Robyn O'Neil lives and works; only a couple of flinty clouds are in the sky over Texas.
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