A Discussion of the Visual Arts and Graphics  

In this section, we will discuss art, in a visual sense, that is constructed on canvas, fine paper and in sculpture.



Rows and flows of angel hair ... And ice cream castles in the air ... And feather canyons ev'rywhere ... I've looked at clouds that way ... as is the first stanza of Joni Mitchell's classic "Both Sides Now."
Helga Testorf may have been more than just the devoted subject of Andrew Wyeth's largest body of work ... but, with Andrew Wyeth deceased, and Helga and his wife, Betsy, silent, we may never know.
The deadline for submissions is May 15. Directions for submission can be found in the explanation of the book and call for entries, which can be read by clicking here.
The finished product of the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project will be marketed to galleries, arts councils, tourist departments and libraries across the country.
The finished product of the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project will be marketed to galleries, arts councils, tourist departments and libraries across the country.
The finished product of the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project will be marketed to galleries, arts councils, tourist departments and libraries across the country.
The finished product of the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project will be marketed to galleries, arts councils, tourist departments and libraries across the country.
The finished product of the Artistic Rebuttal Book Project will be marketed to galleries, arts councils, tourist departments and libraries across the country.
The project's creator, artist and arts advocate Amy Scheidegger, will also now be collaborating with teachers and students across the country to make a children's edition.
The deadline for submissions is Mar. 15. Directions for submission can be found in Amy Scheidegger's explanation of the book and call for entries...
Art activist Amy Scheidegger is still accepting artistic statements in defense of the arts, to be published in her book of 'artistic rebuttals.'
Amy Scheidegger, formerly of Washington, is appealing to art lovers who live in her hometown and its surrounding areas for help in compiling a book about the importance of art.
Andrew Wyeth, the great American artist that was forever maligned by the "Art Heavies," never bowed to their shallow criticisms by compromising his artisitic integrity.
Wilmington native Claude Howell was considered one of the North Carolina's artistic treasures.
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