September 16, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive Interview with the Artist Kinuko Y. Craft

Q: How long have you been an artist, and what was your first memory of the art process?

A: I am not sure what I should categorize myself as. Whatever I am I have been obsessed by beauty ever since infancy. I tried to create my impressions of it when I was 3 by drawing a big mural on one of the sliding screen doors in the house where I grew up in Japan with the 12 color box of crayons my grandfather had given me the day before. more » “Exclusive Interview with the Artist Kinuko Y. Craft”

September 2, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive interview with Steven Kenny

Q: Tell us about your beginnings as an artist, when did you begin to draw or paint?

A: Like all children I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember. However, once I began school, I started to attract attention to my work and was complimented on my talent. My first real recognition was when I was seven and won a prize from my town for a safety poster contest they sponsored. more » “Exclusive interview with Steven Kenny”

August 19, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive Interview with Jeremy Beswick

Jeremy Beswick, the owner of Studio 600, is an English artist, photographer, sculptor and designer.

Below is an exclusive interview with Jeremy Beswick by Miroir Magazine.

Q: How long have you been painting (drawing), and what was your first memory of the art process? more » “Exclusive Interview with Jeremy Beswick”

August 10, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive interview with Anne Bachelier

Anne Bachelier is a French artist and illustrator. Below is an exclusive interview with Anne Bachelier by the Miroir Magazine.

Q: Since when have you been an artist? Tell us about your choice of media.
A: I may almost say – since I have learned to hold a pencil! Certainly, I did not feel myself like an artist yet, but I was the one in the class who was always asked for a drawing. more » “Exclusive interview with Anne Bachelier”

July 20, 2016 | Author: webSman

Exclusive Interview with Lori Field

Symbolism remains far more felt than understood, more disquieting than soothing. In these primitive visual myths of their secret lives, animalistic figures provide a means for emotive personification, characterizing or exhibiting human motives and foibles, with external traits suggesting internal ones.  – Lori Field

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