March 11, 2019 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Giorgio Finamore

Interview by Costanza Tagliaferri

Giorgio Finamore was born in Mestre, a small town nearby Venice in between its marvellous architecture and the cold darkness of an industrial area called Marghera. Growing up within this contradictory atmosphere, Giorgio explores the intricate relationship between body and machine; human and technology; reality and digital realm. Inspired by HR Giger, Gothic and science fiction, the artist combines diverse influences to explore multiple media and diverse content creating his own artistic world. The lens of technology becomes the point of contact between reality and imagination, creating futuristic characters belonging to parallel universes in between past and future; human and technology. more » “Interview with the Artist Giorgio Finamore”

December 13, 2018 | Author: webSman

Intimasy Issues by Katlyn Hubner. Exhibition and Interview

The Steve Gilbert Gallery
1418 Broadway
Seattle WA
(206) 734-7330

Opening Thursday December 13, 2018
Reception 5-9PM during the Capitol Hill Art Walk
Closing reception Sunday January 06 3-6PM

With Intimacy Issues Katlyn Hubner brings another of her series of solo exhibitions of painting mixed media, and performance to the Seattle area. Like her previous two exhibits, Sex Untold (January 2018)and Plastic (March 2018), Intimacy Issues is an unblinking look at the complexities of human gender identity and the often messy dynamics of relationships of all kinds.

With colors that are often almost lurid, the result of the use of colored light gels on her models, Hubner creates raw images with a to-the-gut emotional impact. more » “Intimasy Issues by Katlyn Hubner. Exhibition and Interview”

December 5, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with Lyana Gibert

Photography and post editing: Nina Pak
Wardrobe Styling: Dreamloka

Q: Where in Russia were you born and when did you move to the west? _____ more » “Interview with Lyana Gibert”

December 4, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Photographer Simon Clarke

Q: Tell us about your photography and what first sparked an interest in this medium.

A: I’ve always loved photography ever since my Grandad gave me an old Brownie camera back when I was around seven or eight years old. I still have a handful of fuzzy black and white images of my family from that first roll of film! I had a couple of point and shoot cameras in my teens, but as I grew older and my love of photography continued, I upgraded to a proper SLR in my early twenties and took a photography course at British Columbia Institute of Technology. There I learned the basics of studio lighting as well as darkroom and developing techniques.

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December 3, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Patricia Ariel

Q: Tell us about your art technique and what first sparked an interest in this medium.

A: I work with different techniques as I have different bodies of work. I’ve been teaching myself to work in oils and developing ways to combine different media to tell my stories. I can say, however, that graphite and charcoal play the main role; even in my oil and acrylic painting process I am always trying to find a way to make these materials apparent, as if revealing the structure, or the soul, of the work.

Q: Do you use any special materials, or do anything out of the ordinary when you are creating your art, If so could you tell us about it?
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