The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Anne Harris

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
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The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Jeremy Long

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
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The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring David Myrvold

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
by David Myrvold More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Peter Maslow

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
by Peter Maslow More…

One Question with Richard T Scott, contributing author of “The Nerdrum School: The Master and his Students”

THe Nurdrum School: The Master and His Students

Living in Connecticut and working between New York and Paris, Richard T Scott is known for his post-contemporary figurative paintings and his writing on aesthetic theory. His work has exhibited at Le Grand Palais in Paris, Palazzo Cini in Venice, the Museum of New Art in Detroit, and is part of collections worldwide such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Sicily, More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Mike Cockrill

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
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The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Joseph Noderer

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
by Joseph Noderer More…

Press Release – “Where To?: A Hack Memoir” by Dmitry Samarov

Dmitry Samarov Where To? A Hack Memoir

Dmitry Samarov’s illustrated memoir captures encounters with drunken passengers, overbearing cops, unreasonable city bureaucracy, his fellow cabdrivers, a few potholes, and other unexpectedly beautiful moments. Accompanied by dozens of Samarov’s original artworks—composed during traffic jams, waits at the airport, and lulls in his shifts—the stories in Where To? provide a street-level view of America from the perspective of an immigrant painter driving a cab for money. More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Darrell Roberts

What Is Painting?

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? We thought it would be interesting to ask painters this simple yet complex question. This query comes with no ground rules—it’s up to each individual artist to find their own approach and direction.

This project will be an ongoing exploration. We plan on featuring one new artist every week … let’s see where it takes us.

What Is Painting?
by Darrell Roberts More…