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Videos tagged: Art

“Everyone Needs a Painting”

Spokane artist Pat Adams has oil-painted scenics and portraits of family at her kitchen table for over 30 years. After the death of her beloved dog Sage, Adams took her …

Creatures from the Heart

Local sculpture artist Bill Sanders, who had a passion for creating exotic animals in bronze and steel, passed away last month. View this video from 2008 about Sanders and his …

Gargoyles and Goddesses

From the best of video archive: It is hard to miss Ruby Street Antiques at Mission and Ruby in Spokane. A wonderland of goddesses, statues, metal sculptures, oddities and antiques …

Finding the frame: A home lost to fire

The story behind the dramatic wildfire photo on Friday’s Spokesman-Review front page.

Bovine Brushstrokes

Shadle Park High School student Jeayoung Yoo is a wonderful artist who has entered a national competition sponsored by Lucerne Dairy products. Out of 6000 entries, Jeayoung is one of …

Zola has interior with character

Spokane developer and artist Dan Spalding pulled together salvaged materials to create a distinctive interior at Zola, a new night spot on the east end of downtown.

Looking Back: Patrice Munsel

Spokane’s Patrice Munsel started her distinguished singing career at Lewis and Clark High School then later went on to become a famous Metropolitan opera star.

Excerpt from Poetry & the Art of Medicine (2 min 06 sec)

Excerpted from Healing Words: Poetry & the Art of Medicine The Institute for Poetic Medicine: To awaken soulfulness in the human voice. Produced by David Watts, Joan Baranow, James Cavenaugh, …

Miniature Memories

Dorothea Kennedy has captured much of her family history from the 1800’s and replicated the memories into dolls and dollhouses. She has spent the last 25 years learning and developing …

Old Things

“Old Things” is an 8-minute narrative short film starring Bill Lewis of Sandpoint, Benjamin Lee of Coeur d’Alene and Barnum the Wonder Dog of Hayden Lake. Directed by Ted Parvin …

Cold Case: Comments from Carrie Stuart Parks

Forensic artists Carrie Stuart Parks talks about working on cases with the police.

Glass Act

Steve Adams has been a glassblower for over 30 years. The Spokesman-Review is starting a new series in the Home section highlighting artists who create unusual or decorative objects. It …

The beggar in the suit

“Have you seen the guy with the sign?” Many commuters over the last month have asked that question about EWU art student Gabriel Brown. Dressed in a second hand suit …