In this special report, co-anchor Lylah goes into the field to report on YoungArts, an organization that helps thousands of creative teens become even more creative.
Category - Art & Fashion
In this episode of our series Art History 101, we’ll meet a student whose artistic design was inspired by war.
In this report, we’re learning about a unique way to showcase different types of fashion.
Katie tells us about Picasso's most famous painting and his full name!
Katie explains us why Michelangelo stopped signing his sculptures.
The renaissance artist Giotto proved his worth to the Pope by painting a perfect circle.
Piet Mondrian created an art style called Neoplasticism it uses the three primary colors and black lines on a white background.
Katie tells us how artist Norman Rockwell was inspired by Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1941 State of the Union Address and helped win a war.
William tells us about how some of Vincent Van Gogh’s artwork sold.
William tells us all about how a color war resulted in the famous painting by Gainsborough, The Blue Boy.
Grandma Moses was an artist who started her career in her late 70s and still painted for more than 20 years!
In this week's “Art Smart” Katie give us insight on the famous Norman Rockwell painting known as Rosie the Riveter.
Emily’s “Art Smart” report explores the art of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo.
The Mona Lisa is the world’s most famous painting, yet there’s a lot even experts don’t know about it. Katie clues us in on some of the mysteries in her “Art Smart” report.
In “Art Smart” Katie explains how artist Grant Wood put the Gothic in his famous painting American Gothic.