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Talk about Art

As a person who likes to sew, it always disturbed me that such aficionados are called "sewers," a term that, pronounced a different way, is something no respectable person wants to be called. So when...

 

Talk about Art

Technology is great, but if we don't watch ourselves, it has a tendency to dehumanize. Art – which has a history as long or longer than technology – counteracts that. "In the age of machines,...

 

Talk About Art

Fine art photography consists of much more than point and click, and a finished art piece involves as much time and effort in the printing, as it does in the field. “Digital cameras have opened the field of photography to so many more people,”...

 

Talk about Art

You don't need a washing machine to create felted wool, which is a good thing, because the art of creating dense, waterproof fabric from natural fibers goes back to 6,500 B.C. For Walla Walla fiber ar...

 

Art Walk Celebration in Dayton

Artisan desserts, live music, a free gift, and hot, felted wool – the combination is intriguing enough that it’s worth setting aside the afternoon to check out. Wenaha Gallery in Dayton, Wash., celebrates art and artists Sat., Oct. 7, from 11 a.m...

 

Talk About Art

People like flowers for many reasons, but one of the more distinctive is that plants don't walk away when you're photographing them. "I like the bold, sculptural shapes of flowers," says Maja Shaw, a...

 

Vital Volunteers and Generous Donors

Special to The Times by Carolyn Henderson It takes a special kind of person to volunteer at the Dayton Community Food Bank. But not so uncommonly unreal that everyday humans need not apply. Indeed,...

 

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