The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Andrea Deschambeault-Porter

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 Andrea Deschambeault-Porter More…

One Question with Daniel E. Sutherland, author of “Whistler: A Life for Art’s Sake”

Whistler: A Life for Art’s Sake

Daniel E. Sutherland received his Ph.D. in history from Wayne State University in 1976. He taught at Wayne State University, Mercy College of Detroit, the University of Alabama, and McNeese State before coming to the University of Arkansas. His principal area of research is nineteenth-century America. He has written eight books including “Whistler: A Life for Art’s Sake” and edited five others. More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Karen Appleton

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 Karen Appleton More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Chris Lovely

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 Chris Lovely More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Joyce Owens

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 Joyce Owens More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Dmitry Samarov

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 Dmitry Samarov More…

The WIP Project: What Is Painting? Featuring Gregory Jacobsen

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 Gregory Jacobsen More…

Expo Chicago: Déjà vu

Expo Chicago

I ended last years review with: “I am definitely looking forward to next year’s fair. Let’s hope Expo brings the same plus more!”

Well, once again, Expo Chicago brought the same but was missing the “more.” Don’t get me wrong, Expo put on a professional show but after 3 years of basically the same look and feel I am asking myself if that’s enough. More…

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?
by Anne Harris More…