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Dec 19, 2019
Michael Wisner's Journey to Sacred Geometry in Handmade Clay
Michael Wisner grew up in an artistic household in Maryland. His father, Tom Wisner, was known as the “Bard of the Chesapeake,” a musician, songwriter, poet, artist, and educator whose work has found a permanent home in Smithsonian Folkways. With this exposure throughout his childhood and adult life, Michael always knew that being an artist […]
Nov 11, 2019
The Art of Gifting: A Guide to Buying Art as a Gift
Art is a timeless gift that can enrich the life of the recipient for years to come. Not only does it last a lifetime, but it’s filled with sentiment that few other objects can rival. We would like to offer our tips on buying art for friends and family. A Timeless Gift How Well Do […]
Feb 26, 2019
Simon Winegar & the Poetic Dichotomy to Winter
“There’s a poetic dichotomy to winter. It’s a time of year that gives the observer a sense of solitude and quiet contemplation but also provides a reminder of the harsh vicissitudes of life. It is light and full of brilliant starched cotton coverings, yet dark and foreboding with the depth of ethereal forests. it is […]
Dec 06, 2018
Sarah Lamb Captures the Magic in the Ordinary
Talented and dynamic realist painter, Sarah Lamb, honors the familiar by capturing the beauty and minute details of every day objects in her dramatic still lifes. With classical skill, Lamb captures ordinary objects with exquisite beauty, transparency, depth, and texture. As the holidays and New Year arrive, we wanted to share some great Sarah Lamb […]
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Nov 27, 2018
The 'Black' Series from Mike Weber's Perspective
California based artist, Mike Weber, shares his intention and creative process in the creation of his “Black” series which combines photography, gold leaf, and more for these modern, high-contrast works of art.   [columns] [span6] [/span6][span6] [/span6][/columns]   Black Series was created to allow the viewer an extremely up-close and rare experience of standing in […]
Nov 15, 2018
Ben Timpson Explores the Dichotomy of Analog and Digital Photography
  Ben Timpson, the photography and new-media studio coordinator for Anderson Ranch Arts Center, has been developing two series: End of the Roll and Act Natural. The two series dive into the differences of analog versus digital photography while honoring their connection. Below, the artist shares his insight into the series’, using two works available at Ann […]
Oct 15, 2018
A Look Inside Ben Timpson's "End of the Roll" Series
Artist Ben Timpson, the photography and new-media studio coordinator for Anderson Ranch Arts Center, has been developing a series called End of the Roll, a body of work about the transition from analog film to the digital frontier. According to Timpson, “film is the medium and the message.  I do not use the film to capture memories or […]
Oct 06, 2018
Please enjoy this excerpt from Illuminations by Michele Corriel which first appeared in the October | November 2018 edition of Western Art & Architecture.   Two things drive Marie Figge Wise: fishing and finding the truth. Fishing takes her to places where nature speaks in its truest voice, in the lullaby of pastures, the whispers of spring creeks, and […]