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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 28, 2020
STUDIO REFLECTIONS
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 by our artists. We look forward to sharing these “journal” entries […]
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.
Mar 23, 2020
Western Art & Architecture highlights Paula Schuette Kraemer
Paula Schuette Kraemer’s prints bloom with tactile sensations emanating from the layered effects of ink blending into form. She effortlessly combines multiple printing disciplines — monotype, monoprint, intaglio, chine-collé, and others — to produce works with lush colors and fluid lines. Her subject matter is the doorway to her interior thoughts. In her work, meaning […]
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Mar 20, 2020
'From Cows to Canvas' Joel Ostlind featured in Western Art & Architecture
Inside and out, in his life and his art, Ostlind is the real deal, a genuine product of the American West Norman Kolpas, Western Art & Architecture
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 […]
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