In the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, a Van Gogh was swiped from a Dutch museum

The stolen work, “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring 1884,” is an oil painting Van Gogh created when he was 30 years old, only six years before his death in 1890.

Smithsonian’s chief says more museums must wait, maintenance is top priority

WASHINGTON – As the public demand for new museums increases, the Smithsonian Institution’s chief says his top priority is getting on top of a huge maintenance backlog at the world’s largest museum and research complex before he considers expanding.  Smithsonian…

One local artist is ditching the canvas for bathroom stalls

When you think about school bathrooms, you may think of how dark they are or even how smelly they are. However, one local artist is on a mission to change that. CNS TV’s Lauren Moses visited Langley Elementary School, where the artist is using her talents to leave her mark on the school and students long after the job is done.

Do Ho Suh’s “Almost Home” premieres at the Smithsonian

WASHINGTON – Do Ho Suh’s new exhibit, “Almost Home,” runs at the Smithsonian American Art Museum from March 16 to August 5. This is Suh’s first major exhibition on the East Coast. The immersive exhibit is comprised of “hubs,” hand-sewn,…

Area artist turns a shining hobby into an artful lifestyle

His hobby turned in to a lifestyle and now Bob Benson is sharing his flashy art with the Baltimore area.

Seven women paint new careers as artists

Local women find a new passion and new friends through their art.

National Gallery show includes artist who spent time in Baltimore

A British-American engraver who once formed a whirlwind friendship with Baltimore’s most influential journalist is among more than 20 artists on view in a National Gallery of Art exhibition that explores cities through prints.