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Interviewing Excellent Working Artists
A part of building community is connecting with other artists, some I’ve never met, and sharing their work and vision. This new section of the blog will introduce one artist every month by asking that artist a series of questions. The artist gets to choose five questions from a list I provide, that they feel some enthusiasm about.
I personally am so excited about this because I love the work of these artists, their approach to making art and their ability to problem solve. In addition, I am finding that their answers are genuine, honest and refreshing. Most artists tend to work in a vacuum so it felt necessary to reach out across the unknown and bridge a gap or two.
Along with the five questions, will be images of the artist’s work and contact information. My hope is that you will reach out and discover these artists for yourself.
For Artists: If you are an artist and want to be included, please contact me using the form below. I would love to get to know you and your work and share it here. Don’t forget to share a link to your work and a little about yourself.
Books worth Reading:
To learn more about the value of connection and community.
Letting the idea guide the work.Read More
There’s a lot of movements in nature’s stillness.Read More
Using the ocean as a painting material.Read More
The things we fear are almost always things which needn't be feared at all.
They are creatures of our imagination.
― Louise Dickinson Rich
When the sum of the parts become greater than.Read More
A mandate for recharging the batteries of human condition.Read More
How the natural elements make sculpture.Read More
What drives you?Read More
What nature has taught me.Read More