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Portraits: People, Places and Things Community Art Show 2014. "Clearwater on the Hudson" by Susan Sciaretta.

Moss Envy is ALL about keeping it local! We have supported hundreds of local artists, makers, inventors, and crafters!

'Who needs a gallery when I can paint here for free?' One must appreciate the honesty of the graffiti artist.

Portland, OR's artisan community has long been known for its ingenuity and perseverance. Which is a good thing, seeing as how those qualities are being called upon more than ever lately as new development is reaching a feverish pitch that's seeing longtime art studio spaces razed for luxury apartment complexes — and rents are reaching all-time highs. Local artists and makers are finding themselves pushed out as affordable studio space becomes ever more scarce.Luckily for Thomas Renaud...

Founded in 1779 and widely agreed upon as Connecticut’s most historically rich community, Stars Hollow is the ultimate tourism destination. And only 30 minutes from Hartford by car!

Portland, OR's artisan community has long been known for its ingenuity and perseverance. Which is a good thing, seeing as how those qualities are being called upon more than ever lately as new development is reaching a feverish pitch that's seeing longtime art studio spaces razed for luxury apartment complexes — and rents are reaching all-time highs. Local artists and makers are finding themselves pushed out as affordable studio space becomes ever more scarce.Luckily for Thomas Renau...

Streets of Perth: Couple's graffiti blog becomes global sensation

Two years on the project has grown into a community resource for artists…

Ceiling art project gives Triangle cancer patients a reason to look up | At the time when cancer patients may be feeling their most down, a Raleigh woman and a legion of volunteer artists are giving them reason to look up. Straight up. At the ceiling. Tapping into the growing “arts in medicine” movement, Healing Ceilings is replacing the cold white canopy of acoustic tile at Cancer Centers of North Carolina with seascapes, landscapes, floral and animal designs, one 2-foot square at a time.