The Art Show – Season 5

Season 5, Episode 1

New York native and Richmond graffiti artist David Gerena

An Art-o-mat vending machine lands in Dayton:

Jason Harrelson

Columbus blacksmith John King shares the art of an ancient trade:

Columbus photographer Jenny Fine

Miami’s Live In Color Dance Collective spreads the funk:

The public street art in one Houston neighborhood

Hot Mama’s Cakes in Sacramento is taking cake decorating to a new tier:

The public street art in one Houston neighborhood

Buddhist monks create a sand mandala in Houston.

Season 5, Episode 2

Centerville artist Virginia Krause Hess

A long-vacant Dayton home is transformed into The Blue House Gallery and Studios:

Hip Hop artist Marcus Harrison

Hilliard’s Toni Lipsey shares her love of crocheting:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Master baristas at Buddy Brew Coffee in Tampa demonstrate the art of the perfect cup:


Houston jewelry designer Jera Lodge creates wearable sculpture:

Season 5, Episode 3

Dayton Film Maker David Sherman and Songwriter Sandy Bashaw

Dayton’s Willis “Bing” Davis uses the arts to spark dialogue and build community:

Columbus artist Amy Leibrand

Columbus artist Marc Lincewicz creates dream-like pen and ink drawings:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

Art spans the generations in Continuance from father to son in Colorado Springs:

Houston-based photographer Syd Moen

The Barber Lounge Unplugged in Albany, New York:

Season 5, Episode 4

Art Street at the University of Dayton

Arts educator Joe Deer inspires tomorrow’s stars of the stage at Wright State University:

The Max Beckmann Exhibition at the St. Louis Art Museum

Columbus musician Wolfgang Parker creates children’s books starring crime-fighting cats:

Albert Ewing's 'Hidden Mothers' photography

Houston architect Sherry Tseng Hill crafts colorful masks from discarded packaging:

Longline Skateboards

The Central Florida performers of Radiant Illusions play with fire:

Longline Skateboards

Art comes together piece by piece for Sacramento collage artist Maureen Hood:

Season 5, Episode 5

North South Studios in Wilmington

The Victoria Theatre celebrates 150 years of arts performances:

Mixed media artist and sculptor Amanda Louise Spayd

Art collector Blake Byrne celebrates his 80th birthday with a special traveling exhibit:

Contemporary artist Quang Ho and his exhibition at the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale

Food photographer Grace Natoli Sheldon creates kitchen art in Wisconsin:

Artist Steve Slaske

The Toytisserie exhibit in Kansas City features numerous new and vintage toys:

Season 5, Episode 6

Dayton Art Institute

Photographer Bill Franz documents Dayton at work and play.

Ceramic artist Sara Swink

Couture fashion designer Celeste Malvar-Stewart works exclusively with sustainable materials in Columbus:

The copper kettle factory D. Picking Company

Orlando interpreter Angela Roth brings American Sign Language front and center:

Fiber artist Karen Mulier

Sacramento’s Robyn Slakey brings sweet treats to unexpected places:

Fiber artist Karen Mulier

Houston painter Michael Roque-Collins inherits an artistic legacy:

Season 5, Episode 7

Dayton's Zoot Theatre Company

Tiffany Clark creates murals to revitalize and heal Dayton neighborhoods:

Columbus Artist and Doll Maker Amber Groome

Columbus photographer Nick Reichard travels the Appalachian Trail:

The Wonderbound Dance Studio in Denver, Colorado

Travel to Houston to sample the handmade frozen desserts at Gelazzi:

Fine arts photographer Craig Royal

The cut paper art of New Mexico’s Catalina Delgado-Trunk reflects her heritage:

Season 5, Episode 8

Sierra Leone

Dayton choreographer Crystal Michelle shares her love of dance and takes us behind the scenes of her show The Descent of This Water: Rain. Learn more:

Crystal Creek Glass

The paintings of upstate New York artist Barbara Page provide an unusual look at the natural world:

Strand Theatre in Delware, Ohio

New Mexico’s Nic Nicosia creates rich narratives in his staged photographs:

Season 5, Episode 9

Dayton Watercolorist Peter Frederick

Dayton artist Craig Galentine fabricates custom kokeshi dolls:

Merry-Go-Round Museum in Sandusky

Charlotte Belland prints a herd of miniature 3D zebras in Columbus:

Animator Seth Mittag

Check out what’s on the runway with Sacramento fashion photographer Mark Gunter:

See Art Orlando public art project

Travel to The Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York to get immersed in the art of the American West:

Season 5, Episode 10

The Rubi Girls

The charcoal drawings of Dayton artist James Pate ignite a call to action.

Penny scale collector Christopher Steele

Retired Columbus businessman EJ Jones gives thrift store sweaters a new life.

Kit home designer Brett Zamore

Detroit metalsmith Christine Bossler forges wearable art:

12 Years a Slave

The performers of the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center share their passion:

Season 5, Episode 11

Dayton Fiber artist Jackie Weatherly

Lora Van Lear designs custom couture in her Miamisburg shop:

Artist and Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Bluffton University Phil Sugden

Cincinnati’s Kanniks Kannikeswaran shares his love of the classical music traditions of India:

New Mexico Arts Studio Axle Contemporary

Las Vegas master ceramicist Tom Coleman brings his work to a Columbus gallery:

The works of Norman Rockwell

Houston’s Kim Ritter stitches whimsical art quilts:

Season 5, Episode 12

Rock balancer and installation artist Sterling Gregory

The founders of PechaKucha Dayton give us the scoop on their community show-and-tell events:

Artist Charlotte McGraw

Cleveland’s Baba Jubal Harris is a third-generation pioneer of African drum making in the United States:

A California neighborhood turning dumpsters into canvases

Visit the new wing of the Columbus Museum of Art:

The works of Norman Rockwell

PlatteForum connects artists with at-risk youth in Denver:

Season 5, Episode 13

The Dayton Performing Arts Alliance

Doug Benedict uses salvaged steel to create a new sculpture for the Vandalia Art Park during Heavy Metal Remix:

Cleveland woodworker Jon Hill

The elegant sculptures of Columbus artist Yasue Sakaoka expand on traditional Japanese origami:

Designer Kenji Kondo

Dayton artist Colleen McCulla shares her daily practice of creating and posting to social media a new collage each day: