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Interview with Ryan Coleman

Sunday, August 12th, 2012

I visited Ryan’s airy studio near Atlantic Station at the end of July. His spends all day painting, arriving around nine in the morning and leaving at five-ish. After spending over eight years as an assistant to Jeff Koons, I’m not surprised at his discipline. Even more impressive, the day I made the appointment to […]

Seek ATL, studio visit with artist Nancy VanDevender

Friday, May 25th, 2012

This past Saturday was jam packed with artists’ talks, a panel discussion on painting in the morning (more on that in the next post), and another Seek ATL studio visit and dialogue with artist Nancy VanDevender, who has a space over at Atlanta Contemporary Art Center (ACAC). She teaches at Clark University. VanDevender uses video, photography, […]

Interview with Norbert Marszalek

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Norbert Marszalek has been living and working in Chicago for all of his painting career. He has shown at the George Billis Gallery in Los Angeles and has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the United States. He handles paint in his emotionally charged portraits a little like the British […]

Earth works for Earth Day

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

In this week’s New Yorker, Geoff Dyer’s Poles Apart tells the story of a pilgrimage to the land art created by Robert Smithson and Walter De Maria in the 1970′s; Smithson’s Spiral Jetty at the Great Salt Lake in Utah and De Maria’s The Lightning Field in rural New Mexico. He doesn’t at first identify […]

Just trying to make a living

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

This is a reposting from Sharon Butler’s ‘Two Coats of Paint’ blog, which I’ve followed since the advent of my own blog a few years ago. The artist Joy Garnett compiled the notes after a recent panel discussion for educators took place at the College Art Association in Chicago. Hallwalls, founded in Buffalo, NY in […]

Interview with Jessica Torrant

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

This is an interview with abstract painter Jessica Torrant, a fellow member of the new Artisans Gallery Team, that was formed on Etsy to highlight a curated team of gifted artisans and fine artists. Jessica lives in Connecticut and has exhibited in the US and the UK. I noticed her colorful and unique work when […]

Ali Hossaini and Ouroboros, a history of the universe

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Ali Hossaini teams up with video artists and programmers, Blake Shaw and Bruno Levy from Sweatshoppe, for their 3-D extravaganza “Ouroboros, the History of the Universe”, now showing at the Ise Cultural Foundation in Soho. I’ve known Ali since our days together at the Site and ZDTV in San Francisco where I art directed motion design […]

Interview with Loren Munk

Friday, August 28th, 2009

I first met Loren, aka his reportage alias James Kalm, online. In fact I’ve only corresponded with him online. But I feel as though I know him through his video reviews of the NYC arts scene. As James Kalm, he rides a bike to the city’s openings, equipped with a handheld video camera, providing the […]

Southern Spaces

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009

Very pleased to see Tom Zarrilli’s Roadside Memorials make it into Emory University’s scholarly journal, ‘Southern Spaces’ this month. The series is called ‘Documentary Expression and the American South’. My interview with Tom here on May 23 was also posted in the links section under recommended resources.    Pepper Cross, Tom Zarrilli.   Excerpted information […]

Interview with artist Victoria Veedall

Monday, June 1st, 2009

I’m discovering quite a few gallery exhibiting artists with BFA’s and residencies in their background turning to Etsy or other online retail art sites like the more upscale 1000 Markets. These artists may still be in the gallery and museum system, but for smaller works they’re using online retailers and can often supplement their ‘straight’ income […]

Victoria Webb, a life in paint

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