Venezuelan artist Jesús Rafael Soto made 25 of his so-called Penetrables – immersive sculptures consisting of dangling tubes, with which viewers can interact. The Houston Penetrable is the only one he designed as a semi-permanent piece, and one of the few he created as an indoor piece. It was the artist’s final and most ambitious work.
Photographer Tom Ferderbar of Wisconsin studied under the renowned landscape photographer Ansel Adams in 1958 and still remembers the lessons he learned back then. He has spent the last 40 years focusing his lens on the landmarks of Route 66 and the landscapes of the American West, specifically the Yosemite and Teton national parks.
Brother Bill and Bob Cohen, recently performed to an audience at the Jewish Community Center in Bexley, sharing more than six decades worth of popular songs written by Jewish songwriters. From “Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer” to “White Christmas,” these songwriters helped define their generation and shape the music of America.
Allison Chapman, proprietor of Igloo Letterpress in Worthington, uses antique printing presses to create custom notecards, wedding invitations and handmade books. She shares the story of the oldest printing press she has, which dates back to 1892 and is still in use today.
From KVIE in Sacramento There’s a region in Sacramento called the Power Inn. It’s an industrial area with a long history as a hub for waste management companies. And what better symbol to represent the area’s aging industrial center than a dumpster? Last summer, in an effort to showcase the creative side of the neighborhood, [...]