Native Art In the News

Live, onstage ... from the screen: the film-to-musical craze - Greensboro News & Record

Live, onstage ... from the screen: the film-to-musical crazeGreensboro News & RecordThat undeclared mini-festival is just the tip of an iceberg that may be sabotaging ingenuity in one of America's proudest native art forms. And though the run on Hollywood titles may suggest a gold rush, the formula for success is inscrutable.

Native art: Bill Eleazer bronze comes home to Waynesville 30 years later - Waynesville Smoky Mountain News

Native art: Bill Eleazer bronze comes home to Waynesville 30 years laterWaynesville Smoky Mountain Newsart fr Nearly 30 years after Bill Eleazer put the finishing touches on “Chasing Tadpoles,” a multi-piece bronze sculpture of three children playing in a pond, the former Tuscola High School art teacher's work has come home to Waynesville.

Retrospective art exhibit to honor 75th anniversary of Gale Bennett's birth - Naples Daily News

Retrospective art exhibit to honor 75th anniversary of Gale Bennett's birthNaples Daily NewsGale Bennett can justifiably be called Southwest Florida's most renowned native artist and art teacher. During the years from 1996 to 2007 he welcomed nearly 1,000 artists to his workshops in Monet's.