Michelangelo completed David, said to be the most famous statue in the world, in 1504 after more than three years of work. The piece is hailed as one of his greatest works; however, it was actually begun some 35 years earlier by Donatello's assistant, who did some preliminary roughing out of…

"I long for a home that does not exist. I am caught between cultures and languages. My recent work explores the frail and elusive nature of memory through repetition and use of everyday objects. Repeated images that vary in clarity reference fleeting memories. Commonplace elements re-create …

Paul Hosefros is a photojournalist whose work with The New York Times has captured some of the most newsworthy events from the 1970s to the present. The images he has taken have made their way into the collective consciousness of our society and have helped to define the moments in time when…

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At first glance, Scott Gipson's office doesn't appear to be particularly distinctive. But look a little closer at the walls and you might actually learn a thing or two.

How did Idaho come to be the home of one of the country's newest and most impressive outdoor Shakespeare theaters?

Stewart Gallery Shows Get Mention in National Art Publication

Jim Sumii likes to do his own thing. And his thing happens at a drawing table, somewhere in northwest Boise, in the corner of a small room, where for many years now he has put ink to paper and gone exploring. Boise Weekly readers will remember his contributions there, which included a collec…

Over a thousand painters, sculptors and other visual artists seek representation by contemporary art galleries across Idaho every year. Most of them get turned away.

Christine Raymond describes her current work as abstract art, a combination of gilded and painted sections highly inspired by the big Idaho sky. She has been represented by various galleries throughout her career, and has been with the J Crist Gallery since 1998.

Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes in the Wind for Spontaneous Productions

Studying a jar of jelly beans in David Hale's makeshift office on 15th Street, I count what I know about him on one hand: He's young, he's rich, he's championing the revitalization of a six-block area west of downtown Boise while maintaining seven companies, three personal residences and the…

When most people think of physics, they imagine Einstein's hair, Newton's apple and their homeroom teacher's unquenchable thirst for polyester. Maybe they remember the first law of motion or the grace of general relativity theory, but what about Domenico Dragonetti, Jean Hotteterre and Adolp…

For its next blockbuster exhibition, Boise Art Museum brings to town works by Georgia O'Keeffe. Visions of the Sublime is an extraordinary exhibition that re-examines the work of one of America's most iconic artists. O'Keeffe was a visionary who provided us new ways to view our surroundings …

"Converting concert halls to classrooms and classrooms to concert halls," Boise's own Darkwood Consort is a rara avis. With the distinction of being "the world's only touring viola and bass clarinet duo," Darkwood Consort churns out serious music with lighthearted, accessible attitude that s…