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  • Street artist Jetsonorama tries a new kind of healing in Navajoland

    Street artist Jetsonorama tries a new kind of healing in Navajoland

    A black physician wheatpastes gigantic photographs outdoors to celebrate the tribe and human experience.

  • Painting for progress

    Artist Joan Hoffman pours her love of wilderness into her paintings, and uses her art as a way to fight for the environment

  • Can an old mine become a work of art?

    Can an old mine become a work of art?

    The old Ute-Ule mine site outside Lake City, Colo., is under scrutiny by the Hardrock Revision Team, which wants to clean up the mine and yet preserve it as a living and historic work of art.

  • No bones about it: two books on the disappearing Everett Ruess

    No bones about it: two books on the disappearing Everett Ruess

    Two new books tackle the mystery of Everett Ruess, who vanished somewhere in the Four Corners region in 1934.

  • Oregon sculptor turns beach trash into meaningful art

    Oregon sculptor turns beach trash into meaningful art

    Angela Haseltine Pozzi makes thought-provoking art from the trash that washes up on Oregon's beaches.

  • Sculpting a reason to love the wind

    Gary Bates creates mammoth metal sculptures out of discarded junk and sets them outside to turn and spin in the wind

  • Zine Roundup: Gone fishing

    A 38-year-old female deckhand who calls herself Moe Bowstern created the zine called Xtra Tuf to explore the turbulent culture of the fishing industry

  • Zine Roundup: Sweet simplicity

    Since 1992, Dan Price has been publishing a hand-drawn, illustrated zine called Moonlight Chronicles from his tiny, hobbit-style home in a meadow in Joseph, Ore.

  • His photographs trace the passage of time

    Photographer Mark Klett has made an art of rephotographing Western landscapes first documented about 100 years ago

  • Conspiring with caddisflies

    A Seattle artist known only as Ferg works with tiny caddisfly larvae to make jewelry from the insects’ intricate casings

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