Q&A

August 30, 2011, 10:00am

Talking Technology with Bonard Hughins (#94)

In a time when technology is changing and morphing around us so quickly that we are all in a steady state of flux and perpetual catch-up, Bonard Hughins‘ paintings (NAP #94) offer us a respite.

Listed under: Alabama, In the Studio, Q&A

August 25, 2011, 10:30am

Piles and Textiles: Studio Visit with Erin Payne

Erin Payne (NAP #93) paints what she terms “piles” – they are piles of jumbled and indefinable fabric and scattered memories.  Upon first glance, they reminded me of many fond piles from my own life: blankets abandoned from a childhood fort, wet and sandy towels left at the beach, and the ever-growing laundry that accumulate magically by week’s end.  I also saw them as shells of things that once were, but were now abandoned and I was excited to learn more about her process and inspiration. -Ellen C. Caldwell, LA Contributor

Listed under: Los Angeles, MFA, Q&A

May 11, 2011, 12:27pm

Character Development: A Q&A with Raul Gonzalez

Raul Gonzalez, Alarums!!, 2010 | Ink and acrylic, 41.75 x 41.75 inches. Courtesy the artist and Carroll & Sons Gallery, Boston.

Listed under: Art World, Boston, Q&A

May 03, 2011, 11:16am

In the Studio: Pamela Wilson-Ryckman

Pamela Wilson-Ryckman, Looter, 2010 | Watercolor on paper, 22.5 x 30 inches. Courtesy the artist.

I recently caught up with San Francisco-based artist Pamela Wilson-Ryckman in her studio—one of many housed in converted horse stables that still bear the high ceilings and large wooden barn doors of their original structure.

Listed under: Art World, In the Studio, Q&A

April 26, 2011, 12:45pm

What's Next for NEXT: Q&A with Curatorial Director, Ken Tyburski

Photo credit: Timothy Tompkins, Explosion_v3, 2010.

Listed under: Art Fairs, Art World, Chicago, Features, Q&A

April 21, 2011, 12:50pm

Well Hung: A Q&A with Sam Gilliam

Installation view, Sam Gilliam, Close to Trees, 2011 | Acrylic, polypropylene, nylon, and a mirror, site-specific installation. Courtesy the American University Museum and Marsha Mateyka Gallery, Washington, DC.

Listed under: Art World, DC, Q&A

April 07, 2011, 11:56am

Cassandra Coblentz: Q&A with the West Juror

One of our most anticipated editions of the year, the West competition of New American Paintings is now open for submissions through April 30. (Apply online!)

Listed under: Art World, Competitions, Q&A

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