My work is born out of my need and desire to simplify and/or reduce each moment to its absolute essential, by removing details from life that tend to obscure what is truly being experienced.
An Interview with Mark Oliver
Light, space, scale, shifting light, and a new way to look at buildings you pass every day: A discussion with artist Mark Oliver.
Cyanotypes & The Graves of Poets
There really is no explanation for the creative process, I can only say that from time to time I find myself crawling around graveyards…
The Leaves of Poets had been a title jangling around my head for a while and this first attempt has been made with leaves found on the grave of JRR Tolkien.
Of Life and Animosities: Paul Oyetunde Ogunlesi
Ogunlesi’s works call on life, Yoruba adages, faith, the mundane, the trivial, and past experiences, to explore themes such as humanity, romance, kindness and hope.
Night Drawings: James Feehan
Choreographed, the figures evolve from the efforts they make to define the precipice of engagement. The rhythms of awareness can lead to celebration or exploration.
Robert Beck: Tip-Top Shoes
You can tell that things happen in this place because it feels like you’ve been there, and that’s the bones of an engaging narrative. I call it a heartbeat.
Featured Artist: Angie Renfro
It speaks to the things that aren’t said. There’s a story that’s not being told, which adds a layer of interest to the pieces
Gabriela Domville: Preserve Collection
Gabriela Dombille’s thought-provoking Preserve Collection asks questions about our relationship to nature and about our often-deadly fascination with the mechanics of beauty and of life itself.
Featured Artist: Kent Ambler
“I find myself working from a combination of observation, memory, and intuition.”
The Irony of “Fever Dream”
We quickly find ourselves in hypnagogic territory, sorting real, unreal, and surreal at the edges of a dream.