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."

06th Mar 2013

Artist Update: Martin Wittfooth, Contemporary Oil Painter, Brooklyn, New York

Martin Wittfooth is interviewed by fellow Adam Miller at the National Arts Club on January 17, 2013. The theme of the event was Nocturnes: Romancing the Night.

18th Feb 2013
Jago Thorne

Jago Thorne: Fieldhouse Artist of the Month

“Nothing gets you naked quicker than the feeling of an approaching ledge. I wrote most of the record while in bed dealing with an undiagnosed illness for an entire year. Maybe that’s the ‘purity’ factor you mention…which can be very risky because there is less self-reflection from a critical standpoint— it’s all from the gut. One part testimonial, one part alt-rock Americana.” ~New York singer-songwriter, Jago Thorne

13th Feb 2013

Jason Bard Yarmosky’s Hyper Realistic Oil Paintings Challenge Notions of Aging Gracefully

By playfully depicting the elderly in humorous, even mischievous scenarios, Jason Bard Yarmosky's hyper realistic paintings challenge ideas of aging gracefully.

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