Lauren Marx – Witnesses – Artist Interview

The potent emotional charge imbedded within an artwork by Lauren Marx comes from her wonderful ability and willingness to tap into her personal fount of vulnerability. Having always had a profound connection with animals and the natural world, Marx has … Read More

Gregory Ferrand – Authentic Moments – Artist Profile

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Gregory Ferrand received a degree in film from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1997 and promptly headed off to Buenos Aires, Argentina to teach English to business people. While living there he kept an illustrated journal in which he experimented with … Read More

Nathan Durfee – Weaving the Patchwork – Artist Profile

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Nathan Durfee has garnered notoriety for his captivating, pop-surrealist narratives and intriguing use of color. Currently based in Charleston, South Carolina, Durfee has been heralded as the Best Local Visual Artist by Charleston City Paper for four years (2010-2013) and … Read More

Bob Doucette – Message Through Metaphor – Artist Interview

The surreal paintings of Bob Doucette capture our imaginations with their rich narratives and whimsical delights. They beckon us into their lusciously opulent worlds through fantastical symbolism, all the while whispering the language of dreams into our subconscious. Building metaphors, … Read More

Lori Nelson – Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art – Guest Blog

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‘Find My Friends: How to Internet and Also Art’ by Lori Nelson Squirrels. They’re everywhere in Brooklyn, but especially chattering away in my brain, the little devils. I call the not-unique inability to focus for very long, Squirrely Brain or … Read More

Jen Mann – What is the Female Gaze Even? – Guest Blog

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‘What is the Female Gaze Even?’ by Jen Mann I’m unaccustomed to writing about topics and much more familiar with addressing an audience with images, and maybe a one liner. Although I love words, formal writing is unfamiliar to me, … Read More