Photography book on the lakes of Desolation Wilderness

Desolation Wilderness was designated as a Primitive Area in 1969 and became part of the National Wilderness Preservation System; its 63,690 acres is an...

Truckee eyes new public art

“The Band,” a set of four 4-foot by 10-foot recycled steel sculptures are on display along Donner Pass Road in Brickelltown for public viewing...

Creating kinetic art · Fred Besch

By Priya Hutner Fred Besch and his partner Amye Cole on his sculpture in downtown Truckee. “I love how things come together and seeing how they...

Artown arts festival

Reno’s 24th annual Artown, a month-long summer arts festival, features about 500 events produced by more than 100 organizations and businesses in nearly 100...

Tahoe illustrator creates Rim Trail coloring book

Jared Manninen is an artist, writer and graphic novelist who embraces the Tahoe lifestyle. He immerses himself in the mountains of Tahoe, Nordic skiing...

Celebrating Pride Month

Scott Forrest Fine Art Studio will host the second annual exhibit of “Love is a National Treasure” on June 27. This annual exhibit is...

Look up to enjoy | Kings Beach Art Walk

The sidewalks of Kings Beach are adorned with colorful splashes of art fastened to a few of the town’s new streetlights. A multicolored bear...

Illustrating Desolation Wilderness

British illustrator Claire Scully turns her pen-and-ink to a Lake Tahoe destination in a beautifully illustrated book, “Desolation Wilderness,” out now from Avery Hill...

Krista Tranquilla | Creating a sense of peace

At Krista Tranquilla’s Glenshire home, belt buckles in the shape of the world along with pendants of Lake Tahoe, bracelets with poetry and hand-drawn...

Made in Tahoe celebrates all things local

The 4th Annual Made in Tahoe Festival returns to the Village at Squaw Valley on May 28 and 29 from 11 a.m. to 5...