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Smiling Watercolors

Incline resident Ronnie Rector's watercolors feature animals of all sizes, from cats to bears.

Tahoe Canvas | 2014 Visual Winner, Runner-Up, + Honorable Mention

The unique visual entries that won our annual juried art contest.

Sara L. Smith

'Transformation II: Phoenix Rising,' 18- by 24-inches, mixed media and acrylic on canvas, 2010. Courtesy photo


Siena Lyra Lopez started painting and writing for fun, and to help bring awareness to endangered animals with the art project titled Helping the Wild. Now in sixth grade, Siena continues her passion for the environment and the humanities through creative writing

Wood, Burn, and Print

Ben Rodgers was born and raised in Tahoma on Tahoe's West Shore. After moving away for college, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from Chico State, he relocated to the Bay Area to find work, but was eventually pulled back to the magical place where he grew up.

Sara Zimmerman

Truckee artist Sara Zimmerman loves bright, tropical colors. In her most recent works of art, which depict the late seasonal change in the Sierra,...

Our Governor Is Better Looking Than Your Governor

This is an open letter to all other citizens of the United States: our Governor is better looking than your Governor.

Barn in Genoa

Barn in Genoa, watercolor, 12x16 inches

Theyyam ritual in southern India

Once a year hundreds of villages in southern India put on this ritual performance for the Hindu gods.

The Scarce Project at Riverside Studios

Ali Armstrong’s Scare Project uses a unique perspective to spread awareness on endangered and extinct species. Her collection is showing at Riverside Studios April 7 to May 5.