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Articles in: Creating

Trista Lutgring
- 34 weeks 5 days ago
Sara Rhoades wasn’t supposed to be in a soap making class — she had purchased the spot for someone else as a gift, but instead she...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 3 days ago
Caroline Fardig had a bit of a problem — every time she finished reading a book, she found herself thinking of how she would have ended the...
Brittany Nay
- 1 year 27 weeks ago
“Stupid Dishes.” “Good Things Come to Those Who Bake.” “I’m Sorry for What I Said When I was Hungry.” Cooks...
Kristine Schroeder and Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 35 weeks ago
Paige Talbert of Newburgh, Indiana, was very young when her mother Jenna, a physical therapist, and father Marco, an engineer at Vectren,...
Trista Lutgring
- 1 year 43 weeks ago
If there is one sure thing in Southern Indiana, it is that when the high winter waters of the Ohio River recede in the spring, views of the waterway...
Jane McManus
- 2 years 35 weeks ago
Becky Kiesel creates small treasures salvaged from part of Evansville’s history. “Once I started making the jewelry, it just kind of...
Trista Lutgring
- 3 years 21 hours ago
Julie Struck is a self-described servant leader — a person who spends her life being of service and fulfilling a leadership role within the...
Trista Lutgring
- 3 years 19 weeks ago
There’s not much you can do with a used bullet casing. Many keep them as mementos, toss them in drawers to be forgotten, or discard them on the...
Art Woodward
- 3 years 27 weeks ago
The Nightingale Guitar Company occupies a brief, but interesting chapter in the annals of music history, as the only guitar ever manufactured in...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 35 weeks ago
A year ago, brothers Kyle and Kory Miller, who both live in Evansville, would go months without talking. To them, that level of interaction was...
Emily Patton
- 3 years 44 weeks ago
One glance around textile artist Laura Foster Nicholson’s studio reveals her love for fabrics. Pieces of cloth, thread, and draperies occupy...
Nathan Blackford
- 4 years 5 days ago
For gun collectors, the Kentucky Rifle is a prized possession. The golden age of the Kentucky Rifle was from 1780 to 1830, but antiques can be hard...
Brick Briscoe
- 4 years 10 weeks ago
Jazz music is uniquely American. It was born a century ago in the Deep South, but its style and rhythms changed as it spread across the country....
Erin Miller
- 4 years 18 weeks ago
Bob Zasadny is a sculpture artist who uses a unique mix of fiberglass and recycled materials to create abstract sculptures. In his early 20s, Zasadny...
Erin Miller
- 4 years 26 weeks ago
The five current leaders (or “Doomanati” as they joke in a whisper) of The Arts Council of Doom realize it’s important for an...
Kristen Lund
- 4 years 35 weeks ago
Two summers ago, a nervous Art Woodward sat across from Nashville songwriting bigwigs Kerry Kurt Phillips and Jason Matthews at the Sandy Lee Watkins...
Victoria Grabner
- 4 years 43 weeks ago
Joey Goebel was 24 when he decided he was going to write his version of the Great American Novel. Democrat John Kerry had just lost the 2004...
Meagan Bates
- 5 years 1 week ago
“My pieces are not for everyone,” says Eric Gourieux, the artist behind the wood sculptures displayed in a corner glass showcase at Nance...
Jon Shoulders
- 5 years 9 weeks ago
One would be hard-pressed to find a facet of the music business that Newburgh, Ind.-based David Wells isn’t involved in these days. The 56-year...
Kimberly Long
- 5 years 18 weeks ago
Ordinary things have extraordinary potential in the artist’s eye of Posey County native Amy Moore. Moore’s passion is a mixed-media form...