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Jan 29, 2020
Interview with Allison Stewart
Written for Ann Korologos Gallery by Claire de L’ArbreJanuary 29, 2020 The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. Aristotle Residing somewhere between realism and abstraction, Allison Stewart paints visual diaries of her emotions about a landscape. Her nature based abstract paintings reflect the duality of […]
Jan 24, 2020
Nightscapes: The darker side of landscapes
The time of darkness is relatively unknown to us, and the colors, contours, and characters of the world change completely when the sun sets, and as the moon waxes and wanes. Artists such as Ewoud de Groot, Dan Young, Veryl Goodnight, Paula Schuette Kraemer, and Heather Foster all dared to venture into the night to […]
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 […]
Dec 11, 2019
Press: Terry Gardner featured in Voyage Denver
We’re pleased to share a wonderful interview with Terry Gardner, featured in VoyageDenver:http://voyagedenver.com/interview/meet-terry-gardner-terry-gardner-paintings-morrison-colorado-near-red-rocks/ My fascination with the American West began when I was young, watching western TV and film. I moved to Colorado in my early thirties for an advertising job, but more importantly, to be in a region I dreamed of living for years. […]
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Aug 07, 2019
Inside "Western Mysteries, Intimate Views" with Terry Gardner
The Unknown Cowboy intends to inspire questions surrounding the stereotype. Often misunderstood, this hard-working, often a conservationist, cares about the land and the livelihood. The simple muted colors offer space for dwelling. The subject looks beyond the horizon knowing the future is unknown. It is a character that is etched into our brains and the perceptions can vary greatly from one viewer to […]
Jul 17, 2019
WATCH: In the Studio with Colorado Artist Andy Taylor
Andy Taylor is inspired by the moments that stop him in his tracks, inspiring the artist to pull out his sketchbook and capture the moments that struck him. With his sketch as a reference, Taylor returns to his studio to add color to the ink sketch in his notebook– colors that match the emotion evoked […]
Jun 05, 2019
Sherrie York on Discovering Home Through Her "Bitty Birds" and "Underfoot" Series'
Printmaker Sherrie York recently made the move from Colorado to Maine. As a naturalist, Sherrie acclimates to her surroundings by studying them closely, and as an artist, she carves those observations into linoleum, and runs them through her printing press. After adapting to a series of setbacks—a broken press, finding a new studio, and navigating […]
Apr 01, 2019
Playing in the Clay | Behind Modern Relics with Amy Laugesen
“The horse is a magnificent creature, historic western icon and my longtime muse. The process of discovering the essence of a horse within the mud and transforming this into contemporary ceramic artworks remains my great joy and artistic passion.  With a nod toward ancient artifacts of countless civilizations, my sculptures intentionally appear as relics, treasures to […]
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