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Sep 04, 2020
Interview with Tomas Lasansky by Western Art Collector
Western Art Collector previewed Ann Korologos Gallery’s Barns & Bones of the West exhibition in their September edition. Below is an interview by Chelsea Koressel of Western Art Collector of Tomas Lasansky, a featured artist in the group exhibition. Tell me a little about where you currently work and live? I live and work with […]
Jul 11, 2020
Woody Creek, Colorado Studio Visit with Ceramic Artist Michael Wisner
Inspired by ancient Anasazi and Mimbres potsherds, Michael Wisner began making southwestern pottery 25 years ago. Wisner’s ceramic works are made entirely from “scratch,” hand-digging and cleaning clay from the ground near his studio in Woody Creek, CO, hand-coiling the forms, and hand-pressing patterns of sacred geometry into the leather-hard clay before firing. Watch Wisner […]
Jun 26, 2020
Sherrie York Demonstrates the Reduction Printmaking Process
We’ve been missing the printmaking demonstration we had scheduled in May with printmaker, Sherrie York, so Sherrie was kind enough to create a video demonstrating the process of her reduction linocut prints on a new work, Columbine II. Printmaker, painter and draughtswoman Sherrie York is an accomplished artist with an international reputation for lyrical and […]
May 30, 2020
WATCH: Terry Gardner Drawing Process
VIDEO TRANSCRIPT Terry Gardner for Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt, COMay 30, 2020 “Drawings are the seeds of invention. These experiments feed the process and the eventual paintings. Careful renderings are met with expressive gestures. The outcome–often a gamble– with the hope of depth, mystery, and intrigue surfacing. It is the balance of opposites: precision […]
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May 19, 2020
WATCH: Michael Kessler on Nature's Abstractions
TRANSCRIPT: This is Michael Kessler of Santa Fe, New Mexico visiting Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt, Colorado. I’ve been a painter of the forest all of my life. As a young teen I walked the woods with sketchbook in hand, drawing trees and branches in the sunlight. During the 45 years that I have been […]
May 01, 2020
Studio Reflections
UPDATED MAY 1, 2020 with new studio reflections from our artists. What is it like for an artist as the world slows down? What inspires their work, or pulls them from it?  How has their purpose changed, if at all? Why this work, at this time? Answers to these questions, and others, are being considered […]
Mar 30, 2020
Andy Taylor on Pastels
Colorado artist, Andy Taylor, is known for large oil paintings in his colorful, gestural style. The artist sits down to explain how oil pastel, ink, and colored pencil sketches help him work through the process and move him into new territory.Read the interview below How do pastels fit in to your process as a painter?  […]
Mar 24, 2020
Amy Laugesen | Soul Mates
AMY LAUGESEN remembers a moment early in her career when she learned a valuable lesson: In art-making, expect surprises, sometimes even shocking ones. As a student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, located in Boston, she was required to submit a project for final review. She settled on creating a life-size sculpture of a horse’s torso made from Styrofoam and plaster, on top of which she applied handmade paper painstakingly fashioned from flax.
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