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Featured Artist: Q&A with Holly Spruck

September 30, 2017

    Featured Artist: Q&A with Holly Spruck   Bio: Holly Spruck’s paintings have been featured in solo and group exhibitions in galleries across the United States and abroad, including the Merrill Jennings Gallery, ArtWorks On Main, Dialect Design, and the Green Rice Gallery in North Carolina, and the Blue Moon Café in Portsmouth, New […]

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“Corrosion“
This was inspired by weathered flaking blue paint.
24” x 19”

Featured Artist: Q&A with Sarah Strachan

September 25, 2017

  Featured Artist: Q&A with Sarah Strachan About: Sarah Strachan is an up and coming abstract painter in Morecambe, England. She states that she always had a creative streak but it is only since becoming a mum that she has had the time to explore her creativity. According to Sarah, Abstract seems to be her vocation, and her artwork […]

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"Silenced", 2012. 16x16", oil and earplugs on canvas (click to enlarge).

Open Letter to Women Questioning the Importance of the Women’s Marches:

January 23, 2017

  Open Letter to Women Questioning the Importance of the Women’s Marches:   I see you, and I read your posts as I seek to understand. You claim that you have enjoyed all the benefits of being a woman in America. You feel as though you have never been discriminated against. You do not understand […]

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Burning sculptures ( Photo Installation).

Featured Artist: Barbara Navarro

January 19, 2017

  Featured Artist: Barbara Navarro     Barbara Navarro is a Franco-American multimedia artist who has been living in Paris since 1978. She was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1950. Her large body of work spans over several decades and has been informed and inspired by her voyages to West Africa, as well as her […]

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"Meltdown" by Charity Janisse

We Are The Artists: Interview with Charity Janisse

December 4, 2016

  We Are The Artists: Interview with Charity Janisse   Note: This past year I had introduced the work of Charity Janisse as part of my #SupportLivingArtistsIn2016 series. Since then, Charity and I have enjoyed some meaningful exchanges…conversations about art, creativity and life and general. I very much enjoyed her poetry and could relate to much of […]

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Featured Artist: Q&A with Jessica Young

October 22, 2016

Featured Artist: Q&A with Jessica Young   Bio: Jessica Young is a 25-year-old emerging artist based in the U.K. who creates striking pen and ink drawings. Her images are simply inspired by “looking at what can not be seen but only imagined”. Although she is just embarking on her artistic career, it will be interesting to see […]

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Seen it with my own

Artist of the Week: Chris Boyd

June 18, 2016

Artist of the Week: Chris Boyd   Chris Boyd is an artist and author based in Tempe, AZ. who holds a BFA in painting, an MFA in sculpture, as well as a PhD in Psychology with a specialization in Transformative Social Change. His work investigates concepts of collective identity and self-perception within our own socially […]

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Jeni Lee, Afternoon Approach, 2015, acrylic on canvas (click to enlarge).

Artist of the Week: Jeni Lee, The Art of Process

January 30, 2016

  Artist of the Week: Jeni Lee, The Art of Process Jeni Lee is a painter based in Portland, Oregon whose soft atmospheric works are inspired by the environments where she has lived and traveled to. Her paintings capture the ways in which we experience our surroundings and the impressions that they leave behind in […]

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