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A&E >  Art

For Dylan Lipsker, his ‘art came out of mental necessity’

UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 16, 2021

After a nearly fatal accident left him without the ability to fall into REM sleep, Dylan Lipsker’s art became his path to recovery. “I guess you could say my art came out of mental necessity,” he said. Lipsker has only been showing his work publicly for the last three years.

A&E >  Art

Get inspired by iconic depictions of summer

UPDATED: Tue., July 13, 2021

Get inspired this summer by learning more about history’s iconic paintings of this sun-soaked season. If one painting captures your imagination, visit the suggested online sources to learn about these paintings from home.
A&E >  Art

Upcycled Life: Custom jars and bottles

Transform used jars and bottles with custom art transfers. All you need is packing tape and an image. Experiment with magazine pages and pictures printed or copied on a laser printer (ink jet does not work).
A&E >  Art

Dogs on display: Museum fetes 200 years of cartoon canines

UPDATED: Tue., July 6, 2021

COLUMBUS, Ohio – In a 1970 Beetle Bailey comic strip, the character known as Sarge berates his uniform-wearing dog, Otto, for a paperwork mistake. “Think, Otto, think!!” Sarge says. “We can’t all be Snoopy,” a dejected Otto replies.