March 19, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview With the Artist Erich J. Moffitt

Q: How long have you been an artist? Please tell us a little about your chosen medium? Do you do any other creative arts?

A: I decided at a very young age that art would be a unifying constant throughout my life. As the style and execution of my work have changed and grown, I’ve pursued a career as an exhibiting painter, working with both national and international galleries.
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March 15, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Gerald Brom

Since earliest childhood I have been fascinated by the spirits and forces swirling around us in their hidden realms—the spectral evidence of ancient beings and their rites and deeds both wicked and noble. It was as though they were calling to me and so I have made a life of trying to bring their voices to light. As a child they manifested in ambitious tales crafted in crayon and crude text all stapled together in handmade books. Now, all these years later, they still haunt me, vying for me to reveal them, to bring them out from the shadows for all to see, only now it is through oil paintings and prose, art books and novels, on and on until the day I can no longer hold a brush—a joy, a purpose, a curse.

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March 7, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist John Brophy

Q: What inspires your creations?

A: This is actually a hard question to answer. And to be perfectly honest I really don’t know. It’s often hard to identify where my ideas come from. more » “Interview with the Artist John Brophy”

March 6, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman

Celebrating the hard-earned wisdom of childhood, Sullivan-Beeman depicts subjects who are often young, hauntingly innocent, and teetering on the edge of naïveté. She uses her personal dream journal to provoke her artwork, exploring Jung’s collective unconscious with an overt curiosity for the bizarre and the esoteric, especially alchemy and the tarot. more » “Interview with the Artist Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman”

March 3, 2018 | Author: webSman

Interview with the Artist Joe Sorren

Q: Tell us a little about your method and how you came to favor this medium.

A: I worked only in acrylic for the first 15 years of painting, then it 2004, I switched to oils. These days it tends to ne a combo of both, starting initial exploration with acrylic, and eventually moving the painting into oil.

Q: Do you consider yourself a story teller, myth maker or legend maker?

A: I consider myself a human who is lucky enough to have found painting. I wish everyone would try it. It’s kind of the best thing ever.

Q: When you create art is there a particular message you intent to impart?

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