30th Aug 2014

The Physicality of Feelings: Interview with Stephen Bauman, Sweden

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

12th Aug 2014

The Anatomy of Longing: Interview with Figurative Painter Keita Morimoto

“We are homesick most for the places we have never known.” ~ Carson McCullers

07th Aug 2014

The Unsettling Abstracts of San Francisco Artist Henry Jackson

"Every living thing on earth struggles for its existence. It's this struggle that I try to capture, as honestly as possible."

29th Jul 2014

To Feel Less Alone: Interview with New York Filmmaker, Fine Art Photographer, Carolyn Marks Blackwood

"There are so many ways that human beings are the same, and yet people feel very alone in their own stories. When you are able to tell a story, whether it be photographically or in film, that touches a core story in people, they and you react. They feel recognized and understood and you feel so much less alone in the world."

16th Jul 2014

Closer to Wildness: Interview with Oregon Artist Irene Hardwicke Olivieri

"I realize that many people might never read what I write in a painting, but I like knowing that if they do, they might find something interesting, like the text in one painting describes how to raise caterpillars, another describes aphrodisiac recipes from around the world. When I’m working on a painting about something deeply personal like family secrets, the text happens organically – I’m feeling, thinking, painting."

29th Jun 2014

For Beauty’s Sake: Interview with Stanka Kordic

"The work often goes through weeks of labor, with many layers of paint, because I like the idea of work to carry weight and substance. Scratches, scrapes, dark colors, soft edges, muted light, energy, quiet. Life contains all of it, why not a painting?"

27th Jun 2014

And Down Came the Spiders: Narrative Figurative Painter, Katie O’Hagan

"My usual coping mechanism during stressful times is to detach a bit emotionally and power through, but I guess there are always cracks in the armor, and these images seem to slip out unbidden."

27th Jun 2014

“Beauty Is Not Perfection, It Is Sublimating the Imperfect”: Interview with Helene Delmaire, France

“The strongest love is the love that can demonstrate its fragility.” ― Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes

20th Jun 2014

“I Have Dreams Where I Can Breathe Under Water” ~ Interview with Figurative Painter, Teresa Elliott

"There's something irreverent about getting muddy. Plus, its related to play and recreation. My mother was OCD about keeping the floors clean, her hair in place. This is all counter to my mud series, which by the way is not appreciated by my parents. They have a visceral reaction to my mud paintings. That's one advantage to being a mature artist, though, there's no time to waste and I do what I want, but they remain scandalized."

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."

30th May 2014

“It’s All About Risk”: Contemporary Abstract Artist, Jeane Meyers

"I've always believed that the painting is there if you're willing to do the work and put in the time. It's there if you believe."

23rd May 2014

Access to Incandescence: The Paintings of Conor Walton

"I want to paint images that are, in some sense, ‘icons,' that represent something I feel I can believe in. I want my pictures to carry conviction beyond technical competence."

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