Weaving artist gives advice to makers who are just getting started Weaving artist Kathy...Read More
Frann Addison Frann Addison does more than create handcrafted Judaica steeped with meaning...Read More
Married couple and colleagues Bruce and Joanne Hunter are award-winning visual artists. The husband and wife have both earned BFA degrees from Pratt Institute, with backgrounds in design, fine arts, and the creation and installation of public art.
When New York–based artist Lori Kaplan is asked to furnish a photo for herself, she initially—and with a wink—sends off two images: a shot of Marilyn Monroe—looking solemn and sultry—and a cute image of a pint-size pooch named Max Kaplan (her mom’s dog).
Shakespeare might have pondered, “What’s in a name?” For Bandhu Dunham, there is insight, significance, and liberation. Born Scott Dunham in Dayton, Ohio, in 1959, Dunham received the new name of “Bandhu” from his spiritual teacher, Lee Lozowick. “My name reflects a long commitment to my meditation practice and other spiritual disciplines that I pursue in connection with that relationship.”Read More
Silent Witnesses – The wooden figures of Bruno Walpoth speak volumes about humanity without saying a word
Frequently a person will say, “Let my work speak for itself.” The artist doesn’t want to clutter a spectator’s takeaway with an imposed philosophy or a forced conclusion. When Bruno Walpoth utters those words, he means this declaration both modestly and meaningfully.Read More
The forms and shapes that can be coaxed from metal clay are especially important to Polish artist Anna Mazoń. “The creations are truly one-of-a-kind. This cannot be overestimated nowadays,” the artist remarks. “Because of the pliability of the medium, the artists literally imprint their hands and souls into the pieces they create.Read More
Nancy Vince always knew she was going to be her own boss. As a young girl, Nancy knew she would be running her own business one day and had toyed with the thought of becoming an attorney. Ultimately, Nancy went into marketing, and it wasn’t long before this ambitious young girl saw her dreams come true. At the age of 24, Nancy Vince was running a successful direct-marketing and advertising firm.Read More
With her sunny yellow hair, wide blue eyes, and jovial disposition, Rebecca Rose could easily be confused with a Goldie Hawn character. She looks innocent and affable—a little bit quirky and a whole lot of cute. However, like the characters that Hawn spearheaded in the 1980s, there are also deeper levels to Rebecca Rose.