Painting The town With Eric Dowdle

Join Eric as he traverses the Kenyan savanna to create a safari-inspired painting. You won't want to miss the fun adventures along the way as he teaches an art class to young students and takes a mud bath with baby...
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This week, Eric's headed to the East Coast, and he's itching to bring you along to see Martha's Vineyard! Join him as he sketches iconic Gingerbread Houses, makes his very own weathervane, and takes a plunge off of the famous...
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Eric's made his way to Australia this week, and what better way to celebrate the local flavor than to learn to play the didgeridoo, personally tour the Sydney Opera House, and become an honorary koala-keeper? Join him as he makes...
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Eric's headed to Mackinac Island, Michigan, and you're invited to join him as he tours the famous Grand Hotel, learns to fire a cannon, and meets up with some local lumberjacks who teach him how to log roll.
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Eric's travels have taken him to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico this week, and he wants you to join him as he delves into the local culture by making authentic Mexican food and joining a mariachi band!
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Ever wonder what one of the tallest cities in the world looks like? Come catch a glimpse as Eric travels to Hong Kong, the skyscraper capital of the world, and visits the Cantonese Opera, rides on a dragon boat, and...
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Join Eric on his visit back to Seattle, Washington, the site of his first folk art piece, where he sketches atop the Space Needle, carves wood with a Native American, and fishes for salmon in Puget Sound.
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Don't miss Eric's trip to the famous Prince Edward Island, the setting of Anne of Green Gables, where he visits the historical recreation Anne's home and learns the ins and outs of working on an oyster farm.
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Join folk artist Eric Dowdle as he dives right into the natural beauty of Bermuda--literally! From swimming with tropical fish to venturing into the infamous Bermuda Triangle, Eric soaks it all in.
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Get the best of both worlds as Eric visits both the American and Canadian sides of the beautiful Niagara Falls on a trip complete with homemade poutine and a helicopter ride. The only downside? Trying to keep his sketchbook dry!...
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It´s the Fourth of July, and folk artist Eric Dowdle is painting the town where it all began: Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Not what you expected? It´s true; the first Independence Day was celebrated in this small southern settlement in 1783....
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Lights, camera, Los Angeles! Folk artist Eric Dowdle is painting one of the largest cities in America, where dozens of neighborhoods chase the fluctuating flavor of modern trends. Dive deep with Eric as he shapes a surfboard, grills an octopus,...
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Park City, Utah may be known for the greatest snow on earth, but folk artist Eric Dowdle is going to discover its summertime magic and the small mining town roots that boomed into a year-round mountain resort.
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Despite centuries of war, St. Augustine has defended its title as the oldest continuously occupied European settlement in America. Join Eric as he discovers how this prized real estate has historically defended itself from foreign invaders... and from Florida gators....
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From carving clogs to milking goats to operating windmills, this city gives hands-on learning a whole new meaning. Eric´s going to do it all and discover what it means to "be Amsterdam."
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Set sail with folk artist Eric Dowdle as he traverses the charming harbor town of Bristol, UK. Famous for its innovative spirit, Eric Dowdle will scour the high seas in search for the source of this city's creativity. Along the...
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Take a sleigh ride with folk artist Eric Dowdle through the beautiful Jackson Hole valley, as he discovers what keeps this tiny wild west town packed with people. Eric will mush with dogs, eat the lightest waffles in the world,...
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When in Rome, do as the Romans do, and beloved folk artist Eric Dowdle is going to do it all. Eric will get in touch with Rome´s marble foundation, fight with ancient gladiators, and, of course, eat all of the...
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Famous for its blues, barbecue, fried chicken, and rock `n´ roll, some say that Memphis, Tennessee is the soul of America. But if Memphis is the soul of America, then what's the soul of Memphis? Join folk artist Eric Dowdle...
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Charleston, South Carolina is characterized by a restless gentility that has given the city a unifying uniqueness since the 1600s. Join Eric to see how the residents of "The Holy City" have their own flair for talking, eating, and living...
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Long held sacred by Native Americans, the Black Hills are a treasure not only for the famed colossal sculptures and gold veins. Follow Eric as he explores the fascinating history and contemporary characters of the area.
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While the white sand beaches of Cancún have become a mecca of relaxation and partying, cloaked by the jungle is the deeper history of the Mexican people and the mysteries of the Maya. Join Eric to discover the beauty and...
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Travel with Eric as he explores Canada's west coast flagship city. Host of the 2010 Olympics, Vancouver is a stunning global city that combines urban development with historical and cultural conservation.
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The history of New Orleans is a rich gumbo of colorful people and cultures. Explore the Big Easy with Eric and meet residents who bring light to the mysterious and boisterous city known for its soirees.  
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Established over 100 years ago as a gathering place for Danish immigrants, Solvang is a piece of Scandinavia nestled in the picturesque mountains of central California. Join Eric to discover quintessential Danish architecture and authentic bakeries off the main roads....
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Portland is a great art city and probably has more artists per capita than any other city. Uniquely situated in the beautiful Cascade Mountain range and a horticulturalist dream, Portland is also known as the City of Roses because of...
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The first European settlers to the Americas believed in Divine Providence. Nowadays many call it circumstance, luck, or good fortune. For the intrepid first settlers it was the hand of God, his goodness, foresight, and mercy that blessed their ventures,...
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