If you ask Jessica Hammond, an artist should never be without paint or a brush.
How much would you pay for a rib bone of an edmontosaurus dinosaur bone or a festive wreath made out of deer antlers?
Sioux City Art Center ArtSplash organizers usually begin planning for next year's festival immediately after the last one ended.
During the late 19th century and into the early 20th century, Sioux Cityans could purchase haberdashery from the west end of T.S. Martin & Co. Department Store's 515 Fourth St. location.
When organizers were planning events for the Sioux City Art Center's week-long fundraiser, development coordinator Erin Webber-Dreeszen drew inspiration from a famous "Candy Man."
Inside a studio at Morningside College’s MacCollin Classroom Building, associate art professor Shelby Prindaville was showing some of the ceramic planters she recently made.
There are two things you need to know about Cedar Falls, Iowa-based artist Gary Kelley.
The exhibit has 51 original editorial cartoons from the nation's top newspapers from 1900 to 1950, and features works from six Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists.
"People ask, will I ever retire," Paul Chelstad told the Weekender, shaking his head. "When they'll eventually take me out of my house, feet first, I'll have my art supplies in my hands."
Owner Ashley Prince said Pickled Palette specializes in camps and events, but it will do walk-ins for anyone who wants to do creative things like making tie-dyed masks and pottery.
The event will feature three dozen murals, Brent Stockton of Vangarde Arts told the Weekender.
The festivities take place Saturday at Latham Park.
There’s going to be an ArtSplash this year – just not one on the river.
The gallery isn't just planning a summer art show. It's going bigger than its own space.
Determined to continue its 75-year art show tradition, the Siouxland Artists organization moved its annual art show online.
For those who have enjoyed the Beacon Story Lab sessions, there's a new way to receive those stories -- a book.
Art takes time and, sometimes, art galleries do, too.
Since the closure of bars and venues due to COVID-19, many Siouxland artists, photographers and musicians have had to adapt to being on hiatus or lockdown.
Want to set your creativity free while learning new skills? We know the place for you.
In order to be a great wedding photographer, you must have an eye for aesthetics as well a dedication to detail.
Born and raised in Akron in a family of 11 children, Susan McCulley was the only sibling who ended up sticking with art.
Born in Onawa, Iowa, and raised on a farm between Rodney and Smithland, Robin Blakely Vaughan specializes in painting rural scenes with acrylic paints.
Lifelong artist Ann Marie McTaggart was able to fully focus on her craft of oil painting after retiring from a 35 year career as an oncology RN.
What a year it has been for the art community and the Ho-Chunk Centre; first Gallery 103 opened, bringing around 18 artists to the building, and now Art SUX Gallery is about to open in Suite 105 (right across the hall from Gallery 103) on Dec. 13 and is ushering in eight more local artists.
Meet Jean-Guy Richard, a local surrealist oil and wax painter with origins in the little French-speaking Canadian lobster-fishing village of Cocagne (meaning "abundance" in the native tongue); a village that looks right over the Atlantic Ocean north of Nova Scotia.