28th Mar 2015

Her Sweet Excess: Interview with American Painter Adrienne Stein

"My work is personal, containing symbols and codes for things that are taking place in my life or what I yearn for. The stakes are high, so when others disapprove of your work, they essentially disapprove of you. It is a great risk. The life of an artist is full of self-doubt and isolation. Yet this is a part of everyone’s experience."

28th Feb 2015

“We Live Our Lives in Circles”: Interview with Mary Chiaramonte

"I like to entertain the idea that we live the same lives over and over. This is the thought behind this painting: that we live our lives in these circles, and all of our time will be experienced again."

22nd Feb 2015

The Poetry of Synchronicity: Interview with Erin Anderson

"I think synchronicities are most noticeable when we look backward. In the moment, our experiences can feel disjointed, especially when the unexpected happens. But when you stand from a higher vantage point looking backward, the individual pieces of your experience fit together with a poetic elegance that just feels right."

13th Dec 2014

The Uber-Representational Paintings of John Brosio

"I am, of course, not entirely sure of what is going on in these images because, were I too certain, I would have no need to attempt them. But the dissatisfaction, or 'frustration,' as you call it, is very much a necessary ingredient. Maybe even the only ingredient."

30th Nov 2014

A Graceful Lingering: Interview with Helene Knoop

"Having children has meant that I don’t spend time on motifs which are not so interesting. There has to be more content."

22nd Nov 2014

And The Stars Fell: Interview with artist Julyan Davis

"She came each day to stand in front of the murder ballad paintings. She had grown up listening to all that music. 'I just stand here,' she told me,.. 'And the paintings pull the marrow from my chest.' ”

16th Nov 2014

Intimacy of the Unseen: Interview with Mia Bergeron

"I'm a deep believer in physical rituals as a way to understand our world. Painting is a way for me to understand my own life."

14th Sep 2014

To Live an Artful Life: Laugh

"My portraits include some of who I am, who I wish I was and who I wish I wasn't."

07th Sep 2014

The Poetry of the Aged: Interview with Dutch Figurative Painter, Francien Krieg

"She took off her clothes and every move she made was for me pure poetry. She was like a living painting to me. Her body language said she was in complete acceptance with her decaying body and with facing the end of her life. That touched me a lot, especially because it came so close to my own fears of aging and death."

07th Sep 2014

Women Under Glass: The Paintings of Alyssa Monks

"I want to somehow express what it's like to be in their skin. I believe this is what art can do at its best. Maybe this way we will feel less alone in the world, more compassionate to each other, work with, instead of against, one other."

01st Sep 2014

Cherylene Dyer: Body and Soul

"As a body everyone is single, as a soul never." ~ Hermann Hesse

30th Aug 2014

The Physicality of Feelings: Interview with Stephen Bauman, Sweden

"I am making a world where feelings have a physical presence."

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