Keith Spencer and Dale McEntire break the frame of traditional nature paintings. Photo by Rimas Zailskas

Painters Without Borders

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Landscape is probably two-dimensional art’s most accessible form. But when painted scenes of photorealism or Monet-derived Impressionism are pushed into the realm of abstraction…

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Plot Twist

Plot Twist

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Phil Arrington’s “eureka” rush arrived like a door banging open, bringing in a blast of fresh air. He was living in chilly Minneapolis, working…

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A Long Fuse

A Long Fuse

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If genes are our fate, Diane Dean’s were knit into her DNA early on. As a child, she was surrounded by creative women who…

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