According to Wikipedia, totem poles are, among other things, “stylistic representations of objects in nature” and hundreds of cultures besides the well-known Native Alaskan tribes produce them for a variety of reasons. Denver born John Crandall was called to
There is always going to be something cool to take a picture of and life is endlessly exciting for those who look at the world through camera lenses. This is what Month of Photography 2019
When you are artistically inclined, your calling can come into play through different creative forms. David Liban, pronounced Lee-ban, is creatively inclined to make films. “I’ve been making films for many years. I made animated
It’s about 8pm on Monday evening and local artist, Tom Bond, has just completed another long day of painting on a new mural at West End Tap on Tennyson. “I’ve spent three whole days so
Lapis Gallery celebrates 19 years of bringing the public closer to the artist and the artist closer to the public by hosting an exhibition of extraordinary artisans for the May 5th First Friday. Owned by
The artistic audience is all around us. Our stage is the world and the community in which we engage. How does and can an artist move beyond the veil of limits? “Outreach tactics of business,”
Inspiration. Such a word draws on deep emotion and possibilities. The possibilities of artistic motion should art be your motivation; the possibilities of action, which still happens to fall under the veil of art. Rabbit
The story of Swan Lake is one of the definitive ballet masterpieces that so many of us dreamed about as young children and what a delight to share this story with the children of today.