A Day With Kirstin McCoy

Kirstin McCoy is an Irish-born, France-based painter whose picturesque country surroundings never fail to inspire her. From fresh pastries to silent workspaces to serene outdoor settings, a work of art is never far away. Discover[…]

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A Day With Susan Washington

  Susan Washington’s serene Poconos mountain surroundings are a far cry from the hustle and bustle of her New York upbringing. With a godmother that taught her origami techniques as a child, a punk-flavored city[…]

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A Day With Gregg Chadwick

  A man of passion, art and engaged purpose, Gregg Chadwick is an American artist currently focused on exploring notions of time, place and memory. With a studio in an old airplane hangar, an impressive[…]

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My Hometown: Flavien De Marigny

Flavien de Marigny’s fascinating life story dances across continents, languages, characters and events. From family fleeing restrictive Russian powers to travelling around South America with a diplomat dad, finding a home in Paris before being[…]

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My Hometown: Kajal Zaveri

From the celebrations of India to the surf of California, Kajal Zaveri’s conception of a hometown has undertaken a range of shifts and surprises over the years. Inspired by the Californian coast, but certainly not[…]

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A Day With Erick Artik

  It’s time to step into Erick Artik’s moonlit, vibrant and positively pop-flavored studio. Fascinated by pop culture icons and committed to cleverly combining them with interesting broader messages, he’s bringing street art into the[…]

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A Day With Michael Price

This interview features as part of our A Day With series – where we step into the studios of some of our favorite artists.   Having worked as a professional artist for almost 40 years, Michael[…]

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The Art of Politics

With polarizing presidents, environmental tensions and news programs that alert us to daily controversies, it’s almost impossible to escape politics in 2018. And with the American midterm elections having been held this week, ideas about[…]

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