COVID has disrupted many areas of life in 2020. The pandemic's devastating effects have particularly affected the art world—exhibitions were cancelled, galleries closed, and less disposable income became available among potential buyers. With lockdowns and a depressed economy, artists around the world have struggled to support themselves and their families by selling their work or teaching workshops. But one established New York painter is working to help those in need, artist to artist.
Renowned Wildlife Photographer Wants Your Help Preserving the Marine Life of the Galápagos [Interview]
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Photographer Crafts Special Camera To Capture Delicate Snowflakes in the Highest Resolution Ever [Interview]
Everyone knows that snowflakes are unique arrays of tiny crystals—no two are precisely the same.
Artist, environmentalist, and Ohio University professor John Sabraw has a unique process for sourcing new paint supplies. You are more likely to find him waist-deep in reddish-brown water in southeast Ohio than you are in a traditional craft store. Sabraw found a way to create “toxic” paint from the acid mining drainage that discolors streams.
The depths of the ocean are a powerful draw for researchers, experienced divers, and photographers alike.
Photographer Craig Varjabedian is known for his stunning portrait series celebrating the lives and cultures of Native Americans.
From 2010 to 2016, author Derrick Barnes could not get any of his book ideas published. The prolific writer penned 30 unpublished books during that time, and he was worried no one would ever want to publish his work again. But once his son told him to write “the Blackest children's book he could write” Barnes authored his critically acclaimed picture book titled Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut. Illustrated by Gordan C.
In August 2020, an enormous explosion at Beirut's port rocked the city.
Photography changed the way people see the world, as well as the way history is remembered.
From April to July of 2021, an 11.5-foot-tall puppet named Little Amal will make her way from the Syria-Turkey border to the UK, following the path of many refugees. Nine-year-old Amal is in search of her mother and makes the harrowing 4,970-mile journey alone.
Senior citizens seem like unlikely sources of statement-making style; but as Andria Lo and Valerie Luu show in their book...
Every year, thanks to poachers, 30,000 species are driven to extinction.