01st Jun 2017

Christina Bothwell, Sculptures in Glass and Stone

"I was a little surprised to hear so many people express that they perceive my pieces as being intentionally disturbing. Wanting to explore the workings of the unconscious tends to make people feel uncomfortable. They imagine death...I like to think of insects caught in amber."

16th Jun 2016
Jonathan Mechanicus

The Ungraspable Shadow

"If you look at my work, you will notice I hide my models a lot. And because I hide them. I am able to show more.” ~ Photographer Jonathan Mechanicus, Netherlands

22nd Nov 2015

The Natural Tension Between Creativity and Constraints

"Math is inseparable from nature, from us; and, as the search for numbers went on for thousands of years, numbers represent the human search for knowledge. "

14th Jun 2014

Laila Bell, Sculptor, New South Wales

"Looking over my body of work, I realize that my figures do express a sense of stillness, introspection and quiet contentment. With the daily onslaught of harrowing news, it is easy to loose hope in the human race. It is my wish that my sculptures bring some beauty, peace and tranquility into people's lives. To connect them back to a place of hope."

09th May 2014

Oregon Ceramic Artist, Cary Weigand: In Pursuit of the Untamable

"Connecting to the untamable and the uncontrollable feels like the irony of life."

15th Feb 2014

Vangelis Rinas, Greece: “The artist is born to suffer from incurable romance. No matter how hard reality becomes, he always believes that his work may change the world.”

"Don’t forget that we are born of the same land as Ulysses, made for travels and adventures, captains and fighters and explorers at the same time. Even when events don’t provoke us, we provoke events to happen. The artist, from wherever he comes, is born much like Ulysses."

01st Feb 2014

The Weight of Spirit: Conversation with Sculptor, Ian Thomson, London

"For me, the power of sculpture is evident the instant I see it. I feel a connection with it long before I might be able to touch it. We live in a three dimensional world; light, shadow and bifocal vision tell us that something is big, heavy and real."

02nd Nov 2013

Bruno Walpoth, Sculptor, Ortisei, Italy

"When you have doubts, find self-acceptance, and keep going."

19th Oct 2013

Japanese-Born Sculptor Tamae Frame: “It is my nature to create through touch”

Urban life creates a lack of tactile pleasure...We tend to spend too much time in our heads, which makes us imbalanced in our psyche.

10th Aug 2013

Amanda Shelsher, Western Australia: Carving Out Shelter, Motherhood, Home…

"Ever since I was a little girl, I've had a love of birds and winged creatures. I collect nests, and birds always appear in my works. For me they originally were about the freedom I'd experienced when I spent three years traveling around the world, which inspired a hunger for travel. So I compromised and created birds with human faces talking to me."

25th May 2013
dinh truong giang

The Folded Paper Sculptures of Dinh Truong Giang

"Imagine…Almost everything can be folded from a piece of paper. A piece of paper, no more, no less. The material is so simple, but the possibilities are endless." -- Dinh Truong Giang

11th May 2013

Why Create Art? Or, Wrestling the Muse

"Maybe it was the mysterious disappearance of my mother that even now leads me to scan the sky." ~Agostino Arrivabene, painter; Milano, Italy

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