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Chris Evans, a Raleigh-based artist, aims to establish a national reputation for his captivating large portraits of renowned figures. This Friday night, during the city's monthly art walk, the public is invited to explore his gallery and delve into the world of his artistry.
For $15, the public can see more than 75 works by the creator and host of "The Joy of Painting" known for his poufy perm and permanently pleasant disposition.
North Carolina Wesleyan University in Rocky Mount is hosting what is advertised as "the world's largest" exhibition of the paintings of Bob Ross.
Heidi Kirk, WRAL eastern North Carolina reporter
Gabriel Eng-Goetz was selected to paint three murals across the town. He says he wants to make murals that capture the essence of the town.
Latina artist Miriam Ximil has gone from doodles in her closet to becoming the latest artist-in-residence at the Diamante Arts and Cultural Center in Raleigh.
Eric Miller, WRAL multimedia journalist
The Third Place Coffee Shop is different than a traditional coffee experience: both coffee aficionados and artists discover tranquility and a sense of belonging.
Kaila Curry, WRAL audience engagement producer
A Minnesota artist draws two-dimensional pictures that pop up when you take a picture.
The four women featured here all live locally and made their art their businesses.
Amy Davis, WRAL contributor
Dare Coulter was inspired by a photo of rapper Busta Rhymes kissing his son on the forehead after dropping him off at college.
After being inspired by a photo of rapper Busta Rhymes kissing his son as he dropped him off at college, artist Dare Coulter painted a mural of the two on the wall of Irregardless, a local Raleigh restaurant.
Lora Lavigne, WRAL Durham reporter
NEW YORK -- Françoise Gilot, an accomplished painter whose art was eclipsed by her long and stormy romantic relationship with a much older Pablo Picasso, and who alone among his many mistresses walked out on him, died Tuesday at a hospital in Manhattan. She was 101.
Alan Riding, New York Times
From a Pride Month pop-up, to a rad workout party, to a LEGO convention, here are all the nerdy things to do in and around the Triangle in June..
Joseph Ochoa, WRAL multiplatform producer
WRAL was invited to get a first look at the famous exhibit, which opened Thursday at the Pleasant Valley Promenade.
Nathan Sawaya's work is coming to the Triangle for the summer, and Exhibition Hub stopped by to talk with WRAL's Ken Smith about what the Triangle can expect from the exhibit.
Nathan Sawaya is world-renowned for creating original works of art and recreations of famous artwork with nothing more than LEGO bricks. This summer, his works will be on full display in the Triangle.
Joseph Ochoa, WRAL multiplatform producer
Artist Grace Ho has acrylic artwork displayed in her studio on Vance Street in Clinton. She is a Chinese American artist with a studio in downtown Clinton. Grace paints what she feels, her artistry is a depiction of love and devotion.
Brady began his career by hand painting Coca-Cola signs. Now, he's almost 80, lives in Randolph County and still paints vintage signs on buildings across the area.
The festival is in its final hours as J. Cole takes the stage, but it won't be just the artistry on stage patron will remember.
Looking for something creative to do with the kiddos? Or something different to do for Girls Night Out? Paint Paper Paste Art Studio in north Raleigh has got you covered.
Jami Caskey, WRAL contributor
Liberty Arts in Durham is a non-profit art space with studio rentals and classes in welding, metal-working, ceramics and wood-working.
The Tar Heel Traveler concludes black history month with Ben Harris of Fuquay-Varina. Harris was a wielder, now he's making sculptures out of scrap metal that have been in museums across the country.
Think of them almost as comic-book portraits. They look like 1950s paintings, but instead Sarah Fishbein of Apex fashions her murals out of thousands of pieces of glass.
Amanda Bissette Bachelor was in her early 20s when, on Christmas Day 2011, a driver ran a stop sign and hit the truck she was riding in. Today, Amanda is paralyzed from the chest down but is not bitter. In fact, she has discovered a newfound passion: painting.
By day, Luke Reynolds is a Wake Forest father working at Cisco. But at night, he's entertaining thousands live on TikTok.
Sydney Franklin, WRAL multiplatform producer