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  1. Rockwell Redux: An Interview with Maggie Meiners

    At the literate lens, Sarah Coleman interviews artist Maggie Meiners on her stunning, modern recreations of classic Norman Rockwell paintings.

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    by Maggie Meiners
  2. The Deal of the Art

    A busy physician goes to a gallery on her day off and finds that art is precisely what that doctor ordered: “I no longer wanted to escape the world.”

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  3. belisssle

    Michel Belisle, a Quebec-based multimedia artist, created belisssle as a space to share his work — from layered digital images to haunting collages.

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  4. If I had a boat…

    Immerse yourself in the beauty of John’s watercolor paintings and learn a little about his thinking and his process.

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  5. Curating punk rock

    Can and should punk rock memorabilia be on display in museums — or does that defeat the purpose of punk’s ethos in the first place? Aging punk Matthew Barlow explores the question.

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    Image by tigga666 (CC BY-SA 2.0)
  6. Watercolor Reportage: The Women’s March in Paris

    Jessie Kanelos Weiner attended the Women’s March in Paris, France, and reported back — in beautiful watercolor paintings.

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    By Jessie Kanelos Weiner
  7. Winnipeg Love Hate

    Photographer Bryan Scott documents the beauty and decay of Winnipeg, Manitoba, in equal measure at Winnipeg Love Hate.

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    Photo by Bryan Scott
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  10. Camino Sketchbook Review

    Allow the girl with the blue hair to take you on a 40-day tour of the Camino de Santiago via her watercolor sketchbook video.

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  11. StuART

    Stuart the Scottish Terrier captures his own self-portrait, then uploads it to his blog with the help of his “typist.”

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  12. Creative Havens: Syrian Artists And Their Studios

    Creative Havens takes you on in-depth tours of Syrian artists’ studios in Syria and abroad, with accompanying interviews. They are a place to celebrate Syrian art as well as “a cry of hope launched towards the blue of the sky.”

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  13. The Artstor Blog

    Artstor’s mission is to promote the use of digital images and media to enhance scholarship and education. On the nonprofit’s blog, you can read news, tips, and discoveries of the art world.

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  14. VIDA: Women in Literary Arts

    VIDA is a literary site devoted to amplifying marginalized voices, including people of color, writers with disabilities, and queer, trans, and gender-nonconforming individuals.

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    Art by Claudia McGill