December 30, 2013 | Author: webSman

Interview with Jasmine Worth by Alisa Solovyeva

Q: Your website is beautiful, updated and well organized! It also lists a very busy show schedule. How do you balance managing the business side of being an artist with the time to produce the art? more » “Interview with Jasmine Worth by Alisa Solovyeva”

December 3, 2013 | Author: webSman

Interview with Artist Sarah Joncas

Q: Tell me something about your history in the creative arts. Did you have a formal school education or are you self taught?

A: For the most part, I am self taught. Been drawing since I was 1st able to hold a pencil and painting since I was about 16. I did eventually go to art school after high school, but sadly the technical side of my art training lacked. I did enjoy what life drawing and painting I was able to receive though.
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August 19, 2013 | Author: webSman

Interview with Patrick Alt

In memory of an extraordinary artist who has left this world. You will be missed, dear friend. Thank you for all the treasures you left to us. Your beauty will live on as a testimony of your exceptional skill and your wondrous vision.

Rest In Peace Patrick Alt, April 1950 – July 2013
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June 25, 2013 | Author: webSman

Joey Bates – Interview by Siolo Thompson

Years ago I stumbled across a lovely collection of artwork at a Seattle coffee shop. The art was figurative but line driven, bright but soulful and one of those lovely drawings became the first piece of original art I ever bought for myself (a soul sustaining indulgence I highly recommend). more » “Joey Bates – Interview by Siolo Thompson”

March 26, 2013 | Author: webSman

Jennybird Art

Q: The first thing that strikes me when I look at your art is the beautiful, deeply emotive and exaggerated eyes. What compels you to create them in this way?

A: Well, they say the eyes are the windows to the soul, and I guess besides really liking to paint them, the exaggeration of the eye is partially to draw the viewer first to her face for a recognition more » “Jennybird Art”