Back in the 1930s, as part of the Federal Art Project, the government paid artists to make thousands of paintings, from famous murals to little landscapes. It wasn't possible to keep track of it all, and some ended up in private hands. Once in a while, a canvas turns up, and when it does, the Feds sometimes take an interest. Produced by Ann Heppermann and Kara Oehler.
Floating in the Clearest NightArtist: ColleenAlbum: The Golden Morning BreaksLabel: Leaf Spain
Paying For LoveArtist: Wim MertensAlbum: Motives for WritingLabel: Crepuscule
LanternArtist: ClogsAlbum: Motives for WritingLabel: Brassland Records