October 3, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with the artist Rachael Bridge

Q: How long have you been an artist? Please tell us a little about your chosen medium.

A: I’ve been drawing since I was probably 3 or 4. I started playing around with oil paints in my high school art classes. I actually learned how to paint with oils before acrylics, and just never found any medium I liked better.
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October 2, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with the sculptor Christina Bothwell

Q: How long have you been an artist?

A: I have been making art as long as I can remember. My mother was a professional artist and she encouraged me to be creative. There were always art supplies lying around when I was small, and my mother taught me how to draw faces, and perspective. more » “Interview with the sculptor Christina Bothwell”

September 22, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with the artist David Stoupakis

Q: How long have you been an artist? Please tell us a little about your chosen medium.

A: I have been making art at some level for as long as I can remember. It’s something that has always giving me a great amount of joy and comfort. It became a way of making a living somewhere in the early 90s with numerous commercial art jobs. Throughout that time I was working on trying to find my own voice of what I wanted to say within my personal work. In the year 2000 my wife Aprella and I moved to New York City. It was at that time I started pursuing my own personal art career in full force. more » “Interview with the artist David Stoupakis”

September 6, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with the bellydancer and model Mahafsoun

Interview and photos by Natasha Gris

Q: What is your creative process like when coming up with ideas for dancing and photoshoots?
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August 29, 2017 | Author: webSman

Interview with the artist Kikyz1313

Through my work I am trying to build an emotional momentum, one that rouses the intellectual exercise of questioning one’s vision of reality. While looking at my artwork, the viewer will begin to experience a series of diametrically opposed thoughts and emotions. Initially they may feel overwhelmed by the obsessively intricate and highly detailed forms, the composition, the technical skill and the pleasant color vibrations but as an analytical shift in perception slowly overtakes them, the viewer unwittingly grasps the artwork’s inescapably wretched and subversive subject matter.

This new clarity forces the observer to reengage with the work and rethink their initial opinions until, in some way or another, the shift takes place and the observer’s perception of natural things expands to include elements such as disease and death itself. more » “Interview with the artist Kikyz1313”