Can you name five women artists? It’s not a trick question, but for many, it is tricky — and there’s a reason why.
Neither Valerie Jean nor Elayne Bond Hyman spent their entire lives in Frederick County, but both have deep roots in the area roots that extend down into the soil itself.
A local, creative couple finds a unique way to entertain both kids and adults. See photos and video.
A work by the elusive street artist self-destructed in front of startled auction-goers, moments after being sold for $1.4 million. In an Instagram post Saturday, Banksy claimed the dramatic artistic payoff had been years in the making.
Glenstone, a museum in Potomac, Maryland, reopened on Oct. 4 with a new 200,000-square-foot building to showcase modern and contemporary art from its collection. Here’s a quick tour of the highly anticipated addition. See video and photos.
There’s something for everyone who carries an interest in art. Besides displays and galleries that allow artists to show off and sell their work, there’s also studio space available for artists from around the Eastern Shore to take advantage of, and classes for aspiring artists of all ages and all abilities.
Half of visual artists today are women, but female artists make up only 3 to 5 percent of major permanent collections in the U.S. and Europe. A monthlong event aims to change this. (Photos)
Did you miss the wildly popular Hirshhorn exhibit that dominated local Instagram feeds? Don’t worry: This summer brings a whole host of new art exhibits to admire starting in June.
Some see the Leonard Peltier statue at American University as part of a push to advocate for his clemency. Others say it’s an insult to law enforcement.
Philip Haas sees vegetables differently than most. And you can view his interpretation on display at a local museum this winter. (Photos)
A David Bowie art auction has collected $30.7 million, more than double its value, so far.
Who knew a glass of Pinot — or two — could unleash your inner Picasso? Sip-and-paint shops are not fizzling out or becoming a fad. In fact, they just keep getting more popular. Here’s why.
This summer, you can wear art on your arches. A new D.C. shop is selling original masterpieces on canvas slip-ons.
More than 30 icebergs — some up to 56 feet tall — sit and float in a 12,540-square-foot ocean in the National Building Museum. The latest exhibit will have you taking a different look at Washington’s sultry summers.
For months, a group has been in the forgotten tunnels with the goal of adding art and welcoming the public. The first show opens April 30.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.