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By Kristin Farr, KQED
From migrating butterflies to ancestral faces, visual artist Favianna Rodriguez uses printmaking to inspire social change.
By WSKG Public Broadcasting
Using data from dissections and the study of fossils, award-winning paleo-artist John Gurche recreates through art how dinosaurs and early human ancestors might have appeared. His work has been featured in National Geographic, on postage stamps, in "Jurassic Park" and…
By PBS NewsHour
By Maryland Public Television
Using a self-taught technique, David Knopp carves plywood laminate into fantastically abstract shapes, imbuing the rigid nature of wood with the fluidity of water.
By Zac Schultz, Wisconsin Public Television
Tyanna Buie turned her childhood spent in foster care into an artistic exploration, using screen-printing and collage to reinterpret old photographs and memories.
By Twin Cities PBS
A graphic designer by trade, Eric Rieger, better known as HOTTEA, uses the inherent grid of chain-link fence as the backbone for his non-destructive, yarn-based instillation art. Rieger shares his history with the art form and explains how he became…
By Vegas PBS
Barbara and Larry Domsky, the married couple behind Domsky Glass, have been married for 20 years. They work together to produce a wide range of glass and metal structures from large-scale installations like that in McCarran International Airport to gallery…
By WTVS, Detroit Public Television
Jennifer Karady is a photographer who works with veterans to create what she calls "staged narrative photographs" about the psychological effects of war. Watch a Detroit Public Television report.
By New Mexico PBS
For 40 years, New Mexico photographer Robert Christensen has captured portraits of buildings that reflect the rugged and independent spirit of New Mexico.
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