The Art of Burning Man

The Art of Burning Man

The good news: you don't have to travel to the playa at Burning Man to finally see what everyone goes on and on about.

Big Ink II at Bend Art Center

If you missed the first Big Ink that came through Bend Art Center last month, you get a second chance!

Raising up the Community with Art

When artists decide to join together to raise awareness and money for worthy causes, often the result is maximizing inspiration in a way that can build community.

Dennis McGregor's Sisters Folk Fest posters run the gamut from political and silly, to art inspired by traditional themes

It’s been 18 years since Dennis McGregor painted his first Sisters Folk Festival poster. Over the years, the annual image has become a moment captured in time, honoring a town and its dedication to the arts.

Cover Artist: Darrell Driver

One of many artists on display at Art in the High Desert
This weekend, Bend's Old Mill District will see artists from around the country descend upon the banks of the river for the annual Art in the High Desert. This week's cover artist, Darrell Driver, will be in attendance for the third year, making the trip from his home in Salt Lake City.

Northwest Stone Carving Symposium

Awesome local art, found on Instagram

Two New Shows at Bend Art Center

This month, Milly Dole is showcasing her most recent work on the Atelier 6000 featured members wall.

Artwatch: Brandon Walsh

At first glance at the cover art this week, you may notice right off that the portraits of legendary country musician Willie Nelson doesn't have the typical images you might regularly see: weed, guitars, American flag bandanas.

Christian Brown: The Hidden Hypotenuse

Often the question for the artists is, "What do you do?"—meaning the viewer needs the world wrapped up in a tight little bow labeled watercolor, painter, sculptor, or something equally vague and understanding.

Sheila Dunn: Painting Bikes

Bend artist Sheila Dunn has a new canvas these days: bikes!

Mark Edward Fuller at Art in the Atrium

Mark Edward Fuller has a new series of work called "New Coordinates," which he describes as an exploration of chaos and confusion while searching for unity and integration.


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