STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE Remembering Bob Ross
Today, Oct. 29, is Bob Ross' birthday.
I didn't know it that, but Google reminded me with a nice little picture on the top of their search page.
I don't think I could name too many painters in his... Posted on 10/29/12 at 4:18 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Disabled in China
Hello Readers! I hope you enjoyed my time in Hong Kong last week. Any questions about that?
Good. Let's move on.
Okay, so this week, we go back to the mainland; back to Zhuhai.
Living the... Posted on 4/21/12 at 7:54 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES The Light Shines On Forever: A Tribute to Thomas Kinkade
It's the light, Thom, that's what lasts. The leaves are transient. They grow, turn green, turn red and die, but behind them the light lasts forever.- Peter O'Toole (from the film The Christma... Posted on 4/16/12 at 3:08 PM
REPRINT 1985: Paint the House
Professional house painter E.M. Brinkman painted a house in Fulda in 1985 toward the end of the painting season, and Jim Gehrz took a picture of him.
The rest of this post concerns some general p... Posted on 11/10/10 at 6:00 PM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Paint It Black (and Blue)
We finished painting the living room over the weekend, and by "we" I mostly mean "my mom." I helped by doing dummy tasks, like taping everything that could possibly get any pa... Posted on 6/1/10 at 10:59 AM
Painting bridges community’s past with the present
LUVERNE — A towering mural recently unveiled in downtown Luverne merges the community’s past with its present, showcasing local icons like the Palace Theatre, Carnegie Cultural Center and the Hinkly House, along with native sons Jim Brandenburg and Fred Manfred having a conversation at Touch the Sky Prairie.
Artist reception planned from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at Carnegie Cultural Center
LUVERNE — When Dorothy Hocking was a little girl in grade school in South Dakota, she loved her Fridays. It wasn’t because it was the last day of school before the weekend, but because it was the day her teacher set aside for art.
Spirit Lake, Iowa, artist to have work shown at Nobles County Art Center
WORTHINGTON — Avis Davis has taken a different direction with her paintings — a path that she hopes will lead viewers into the depths of their imagination and into “The Enchanted Forest.”
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