landscape

Japanese Fine Artist
November 24, 2016
Japanese Artist Manabu Ikeda creates a mind-boggling world within a world of minute detail in his landscape art. It took him three years to complete a 13x10 feet masterpiece while finishing just four square inches a day. His painstaking detail became even more amazing after he dislocated his right shoulder, forcing him to paint with his left arm in the middle of his project.
March 11, 2015
Twenty-plus years ago, I fell in love with Wisconsin on my bike. At the time, me on a bicycle was a visual oxymoron.
boy photographed for Perimeter project
January 30, 2015
Photographer Kevin Miyazaki spent 13 days driving the 1800-mile perimeter of Lake Michigan.
January 31, 2014
Rocks are the backbone of the Penokee Range. Washburn-based photographer Bob Gross is trying to give these not often seen pieces of the land a close up.