She's a massotherapist, visual artist, and art therapist: Karen Kurak’s life and career have taken an organic path, and that’s how she regards her art, too.
“I kept sketch pads at work when I was miserable,” says Don Clark, who graduated with an architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and spent five years cooped up in cubicles. Then the recession hit, and Clark was laid off.
Move beyond the basic blanket stitch with The Taft Museum of Art’s autumnal exhibit dedicated to mosaic patchwork quilts.
Don’t miss Dürer’s Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a seminal woodblock print completed in 1497.
Born Caledonia Curry in 1977, the artist known as Swoon is getting her first major survey exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center. Like Shepard Fairey and Banksy, Swoon has gained notoriety for her striking and surprising street art.
The collection reveals a quirky (and dark…) story of American life from 1800 to 1925.
What lazy days of summer are you talking about? Get busy! Here are five ways to keep your week hoppin.’
Signature Scheurer: A Retrospective of the Works of Michael Scheurer, at the Weston Gallery, offers a deep dive into the oeuvre of one of the city’s most prolific artists all in one place.
Covington and Hamilton were two cities faced with a challenge: Improve your urban landscapes, or else. That’s when inspiration struck.
Monster-maker, advocate for artists, force of nature—artist Patricia Renick’s greatest creation might have been herself.