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AHA! | Resourceful

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Artists are amazingly resourceful, and can find ways to use pretty much anything to create.

Have you ever wanted to play with your food? How about your silverware? After viewing this piece on local artist Matthew Bartik, you'll never look at a fork the same way again.

Next, Florida resident Howard Solomon welcomes us into his home and gallery, a unique building reminiscent of a medieval castle. Starting with scraps of metal, wood and even printing plates, Solomon has built an artistic fortress that continues to inspire him and those who visit.

Then, we head to the Denver Art Museum in Colorado to an exhibition offering something for everyone. From contemporary artists to the American west, pre-Columbian weavings to Navajo design, 'Spun: Adventures in Textiles' is redefining what some may typically perceive as art.

Finally, meet Wisconsin artist and Renaissance man Bill Reid, whose metal creatures are anything but stiff. They move, some even fly. All are testaments to Reid's artistic talent and innovative mind.

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Starting Out

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Starting Out

Artist Matthew Bartik talks about starting out with fork art.

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Selling Art

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Selling Art

From the streets of Manhattan to galleries and art shows.

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Hurdles

Fork Artist Matthew Bartik on Hurdles

Fork Artists Matthew Bartik talks about hurdles he faces with his fork art.

Underwriting Provided By

And contributors to the WMHT Venture Fund including Chet and Karen Opalka, Robert & Doris Fischer Malesardi and The Robison Family Foundation.

Captioning is being provided, in part, by a grant from Theatre Development Fund's TAP Plus Program in partnership with the New York State Council of the Arts.

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