Ali Fry was born in Louisville, Ky., to a mother who has what is most likely paranoid schizophrenia. The two spent approximately the first six years of her life in and out of homelessness. Although Ali loved her biological mother, she said their life together was chaotic.
A much-maligned statue of Lucille Ball will get a face-lift after it drew worldwide attention as “Scary Lucy,” according to the mayor of the western New York village where the 1950s sitcom actress and comedian grew up and her life-size bronze has stood since 2009.
Bispo do Rosario, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia, transformed virtually anything he could get his hands on — by any means possible — into art. And he did it for more than two decades, nearly unrecognized until the last years of his life.
Art on Elm, a free event hosted by NeighborWorks Waco, will include more than 35 artists, 100 pieces of art, food trucks and five bands on Elm Avenue.
Sometimes I just get the itch to make things. Earlier this week I decided to try my hand at a really cool pin I saw on Pinterest a while back. The project, which involves modifying wall art to look like it was dipped in a bucket of paint, was perfect because I’m in the process of redecorating my apartment for next school year.
By Maryclaire Dale Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — A Philadelphia artist has disclosed that his museum portrait of former President Bill
Even before teaching at Baylor, Carol Perry always had a knack for painting.
Two dozen modern and surrealist art works amassed by a private collector, including important paintings by Joan Miro and Rene Magritte, are expected to fetch at least $100 million when they go on auction on Feb. 4 in London next year.
Recycling and art are coming together this weekend as three Waco organizations join forces for the first time to bring recycling awareness to the Waco community.
Puppies, food trucks and live music are taking over Fifth Street this weekend for a campus-wide Homecoming celebration.