A new joint exhibition with works by Robert Ladislas Derr and Teal Gardner opening Monday, Sept. 9, at the Gem Center for the Arts offers two distinct ways of looking at the human body.

An impressive, jam-packed exhibition opens Thursday, Sept. 5, at Capitol Contemporary Gallery featuring two respected Boise artists, sculptor Sue Latta and painter Richard Young. Their respective emphases involve different media, but this strong work reveals a mutual appreciation for transit…

It's tough to capture the vast beauty of the many Latinx cultures across the Americas in just 30 days, but every year, one exhibit does its best.

For years, Freak Alley has gotten a new paint (or, rather art) job in the first few weekends in August. That won't be the case in 2019. After 17-½ years at the wall, Colby Akers is retiring, making way for new leadership at one of Boise's biggest and most popular public art installations. En…

This year, Boise Art Museum has made a point of showcasing Native American artists—in particular, Native artists porting the traditional to contemporary media and aesthetics. That trend continues with Wally Dion's exhibition of visually striking quilt works, Current, which will run Friday, J…

The Boise River, that watery, tree-lined boulevard, is for more than floating and sight-seeing on lazy afternoons. It's home to birds and fish that live there all year long. It can be tough to leave one's mark on the water, but artist Amy Nack has found a way to do the next best thing, and o…

Cartoonist and graphic designer Ashley Dreyfus' artwork is, by now, practically inescapable in the City of Trees. Colorful and eye-catching, she has painted on murals, city of Boise traffic boxes, shop windows, Woodland Empire beer cans, and many more places spanning across Boise. Dreyfus ju…

Gandhi said, "Be the change that you wish to see in the world." For artist Stephanie Wilde, this means addressing social issues through the many works and exhibitions she has created over the four decades her career has spanned. From addressing the AIDS crisis to the disappearance of the hon…

If Steel Medicine, the name of artist Margaret Jacobs' upcoming exhibition at the Boise Art Museum, sounds like a contradiction, that's because it is. Much of Jacobs' work explores the concepts of forces like those of nature and man—a tension and harmony that also applies to Jacobs, a member…