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."

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.

02nd Mar 2013

In Natural Time: Interview with American Ceramicists, Jennifer McCurdy and Eva Funderburgh

"It is actually quite a responsibility to create something that cannot be undone." ~Jennifer McCurdy, ceramic artist

24th Feb 2013
Li Wei

Contemporary Beijing Artist, Li Wei: “I’m like a meteorite, unstable and dangerous. This is the status of the globalized world”

"I'm like a meteorite, unstable and dangerous. This is the status of the globalized world" ~contemporary Beijing artist, Li Wei

22nd Feb 2013

Seeing the Extraordinary In the Ordinary: Khalil Chishtee’s plastic bag sculptures

"It goes back to the Sufi approach of my upbringing where worth does not depend on what you inherit, it depends on who you are." ~Khalil Chishtee, artist

09th Feb 2013

Clay Artist Connects Understanding of Our Past with Vision for Enlightened Future

"A particular resonance comes from the voices of the beloved dead, who shared these memories with me. Yet, though my work is largely elegiac, it also celebrates and honors the living community." ~Susannah Israel, clay artist, winner of the prestigious Fletcher Challenge Premier Award