Forest Fires, Conspiracy Theories & Sci-Fi (oh my!) with Brian Z. Shapiro
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Forest Fires, Conspiracy Theories & Sci-Fi (oh my!) with Brian Z. Shapiro

After a brief hiatus, I’ve re-kindled my artist Q&A series and I’m proud to introduce Bay Area photographer Brian Z. Shapiro. I have followed Brian’s work for almost two years now, and I continue to get hooked by his investigative plot lines. For a still photographer, he does a remarkable job of stealthily weaving narrative and intrigue into … Continue reading

Photographer Jordan Jurich-Weston on the importance of shooting film and the creeping rays of light that fill her home
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Photographer Jordan Jurich-Weston on the importance of shooting film and the creeping rays of light that fill her home

  We needed to bring a photographer into the artist Q&A mix, so last week I sat down with artist and photographer Jordan Jurich-Weston and got the low down on what she is up to right now. I have had the pleasure of knowing Jordan and getting to follow her work for just over a year … Continue reading

Catching up with artist Kathy Sirico: textile traditions, breaking the canon and the disappearing Arctic
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Catching up with artist Kathy Sirico: textile traditions, breaking the canon and the disappearing Arctic

  As the second installment of my artist Q&A series, last week I had the chance to catch up with artist Kathy Sirico in her studio. Her work addresses a wide range of themes, including but not limited to topics of feminism and textile traditions, environmental issues and staring down the chronicled canon of painting, itself. Read … Continue reading