Artist Mary Ruth Barnes and husband, Mike, spend four months a year as 'Winter Texans'
Four months each year, artist Mary Ruth Barnes and her husband, Mike, relax on the gulf coast of Texas in the small artist and fishing community of Rockport. They travel to the coastal bend from their ranch in south-central Oklahoma with their 2014 38-foot Cedar Cree
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Joe Vachon - an itinerant green blacksmith
A short while back in Durango, Colo., we spotted a funky converted school bus parked on the fringe of the local Wal-Mart Supercenter. Its owner and creator, Joe Vachon, is a contemporary itinerant blacksmith. Vachon's work-in-progress bus doubles as his home an
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ArtStream Nomadic Gallery at 'Art of the Pot' Studio Tour
In 2001, potter Alleghany Meadows remodeled a 30-foot 1967 Airstream Sovereign Land Yacht into a traveling exhibition space featuring his work and the work of fellow artists on a North America Studio Potters Tour. Based in Carbondale, Colo., the ArtStream has travele
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RVing artists, part 4 -- crafter Karen Pugh
This is the fourth, and final, installment on ‘RVing Artists.” Crafter Karen Pugh (K P Dreams) of Buckeye Lake, Ohio, knows about working long hours at arts and crafts fairs. For more than two decades, Pugh has been on the craft festival circuit selling her
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RVing artists, part 3 -- watercolorist Mari Anne Figgins of Spokane, Wash.
This is the third of four installments on “RVing Artists.”In the Pacific Northwest, veteran painter Mari Anne Figgins is about to set out on her first cross-country RV trip carrying her “brand new Medicare card.” Realistic watercolorist Figgins of Spokane, W
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RVing artists, part 2 – painter Skye Sutherland
This is the second of four installments on “RVing Artists.”More than a dozen years after the Terry and Ruth Hager became full-time RVers in the mid-1990s, fine artist Skye Sutherland made a giant mid-career shift. Sutherland had been living in the New York City a
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RVing artists, part 1 -- Terry and Ruth Hager
This is the first of four installments on “RVing Artists.” Over the next few days you will meet artists from different parts of America who have chosen to pursue their creative dreams with the help of their recreation vehicle.Every day painters, photographers and wr
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