guest post Archive

Guest Post: Creating “Art Thief”

To understand why someone would write an app that would be used by a few hundred people only once a year, you have to understand a bit about the Patrons' Show. Read more →

Guest Post: Stone Sculptor John Ploch

With abstracts, the mind can flow as the work flows. Read more →

Guest Post: John Gosling’s “Faces of Alexandria”

This is a guest post by John Gosling, whose exhibit "Printed Art: The Potomac" is open through Monday, June 1. Read more →

Lessons in Frozen Watercolor

What I learned painting in 17 degree temperatures today: when it's cold enough out, watercolor crystallizes on your palette, and then solidifies on your paper. Read more →

Artist Larry Fransen’s Kinetic Sculptures

“My journey to create wonderful objects that move began over three decades ago when I put together a wood shop. Building clocks seemed like a challenging goal.” Read more →

You’re the Artist! Happy Trails to Sculpture Instructor Chuck Johnson

After more than 18 years of challenging students to “dare to be great” in his Art League sculpture classes, Charles “Chuck” Johnson has retired at the end of the fall 2013 term. Read more →