In the Studio with Kendra Larson

When was the first time that you remember realizing that you are a creative person?My earliest memories are all ones where I am exploring art: in the first grade I learned about Van Gogh, second grade I painted the eyes on our class’s life size paper-maché camel sculpture, and third grade I got glasses which allowed me to see leaves […]

In the Studio with Karen Hochman Brown

Please join us for a conversation between Karen Hochman Brown and Genie Davis as part of Karen’s solo show “Unspoken Word: BEYOND” Wednesday November 18, 3pm on zoom What does a day in your art practice look like? My studio is a room in my house, so my art practice flows into my daily life. I have my computer setup, […]

In the Studio with Justin Prough

Please join us for “The Whitewashing of America” Opening Reception and Artist Talk Saturday October 10, 3-5pm on zoom with guest speaker Karen M Gutfreund, curator of “Not Normal: Art in the age of Trump” When was the first time that you remember realizing that you are a creative person? Deep down, I’ve always felt myself to be a creative […]

In the Studio with Chung-Ping Cheng

What does a day in your art practice look like? If I take pictures on location, such as a park or on the street, I will check the weather first. Is it good? Bad? Raining? Cloudy? When is sunrise or sundown? Then I pack my equipment. If it’s raining, I will bring the raincoat for myself and the cover for […]

In the Studio with Jo Ann Block

What does a day in your art practice look like? Has it changed since Covid-19?Since Co-vid, rather than going to my studio every day, which was my practice, I have been at home working on my computer which has become my new work area. Fortunately, my project is still in the conceptual stages so it was kind of perfect timing, […]

In the Studio with Eric Sanders

When was the first time that you remember realizing that you are a creative person? When I was six years old, I started painting. I had a real passion for it, and I continued to paint until I completed college. In college, however, I decided my career path would be business. After graduating, I got a job managing a manufacturing […]

In the Studio with Pam Douglas

What does a day in your art practice look like? Has it changed since Covid-19? Now the whole day is art making (punctuated by zooms). That’s new since isolation. I have no place to go or meet anyone. My teaching semester is over and before that school was closed anyway. To me this retreat is a gift. It would be […]

In the Studio with Palmer Earl

by Kristine Schomaker When was the first time that you remember realizing that you are a creative person? I think that all people are born with creative ability and I have never felt lacking in that area. Using my creativity for painting has brought me a sense of satisfaction and joy since I was a child and has been a […]

In the Studio with Linda Sue Price

In the Studio with Linda Sue Price by Kristine Schomaker What does a day in your art practice look like? If I’m in the studio facing no deadline, I practice tube bending with the intention of developing my skill level and exploring the possibilities of how I can bend a tube. Tube bending is a learned skill that requires learning […]