There’s no end to the popularity of The Lion King, which broke box office records on the weekend in its latest movie version. It’s a good time to appreciate the original stage show, especially the costumes, designed by Broadway producer and director Julie Taymor.
More than 250 puppets from 15 countries populate the Museum of Anthropology’s new exhibition on the art, theatre and history of puppetry, at the University of British Columbia.
“Dimensions” is Saskatchewan Craft Council’s biennial touring exhibition of award-winning contemporary craft by Saskatchewan craftspeople.
Ann Wood’s paper-sculpted botanicals are superb, and she is an artisan celebrated on this blog in the past (see that extraordinary work here). Now, it’s time to focus on her garden works, equally creative.
What artistry, with plates. It’s Easter Week, a time when tables for many people groan with family. Exquisite plating technique is not something most of us will concentrate upon. But there are many on Instagram and elsewhere whose duty it is to show us how. Artisans, every one […]
Spanish artist Irma Gruenholz doesn’t just do Easter, although the bunny ears are appropriate for the season. She’s gaining renown for all the portraits, still lifes and domestic scenes she’s doing, calling them ‘clay illustrations.’