Entries tagged with “Art”
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Charlotte-based artist Duy Huynh about memory, graphic novels, and being an immigrant and artist.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Brooklyn-based artist Erin Robinson about the corporate world, digital art, and her evolution as an illustrator.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with this issue’s featured artist, Estée Preda, about winters in Québec, her past life filming snowboarding movies, and much more.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum and Portland-based artist Flora Bowley spoke about teaching, the link between creativity and intuition, and how limitations can create freedom.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with New Hampshire-based artist Kim Ferreira about foxes and racoons, happy paintings, phonographs, and more.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum spoke with Philadelphia-based Lisa Muller about plateaus, process, and avoiding preciousness.
S&H editor Ben Nussbaum talked with Portland-based artist Mary Alayne Thomas about Santa Fe, moodiness, querencia, and more.
Because I Was a PainterDirected by Christophe CognetUNIFRANCE FILMSChristophe Cognet’s quiet, almost experimental documentary asks that eternal question, “Can an artistic depiction…
Voyage to Tahiti
... And the Grammy that almost was
An art practice for embracing solitude.
A few years back, I came across an old box that held notebooks from my college courses. As I leafed through the pages, I smiled at my prolific use of the margins as a space for doo…
5 Great Places to Play With Your Inner Artist
The shared act of knitting with a beloved grandmother opens up space, time, and stories.
“The mandala is an archetypal image whose occurrence is attested throughout the ages. It signifies the wholeness of the Self.” —Carl G. Jung, Memories, Dreams and ReflectionsHave y…
In the last part of her five-part series on mushrooms, Leslie Krongold looks at mushroom ... art, including dyes made from mushrooms.
“Creativity is an essential part of being human.” Artist Flora Bowley offers everyday ways to move past “creative wounds” and flex your creative muscles.
Learn how this artist starts her day with camera in hand.
“How close to human / must the breathed-in air come / before it develops a sense of shame or humor?”