Self-Care for Artists: Part 4 – Create Space – by Christine Rasmussen

Self-Care for Artists: Part 4 – Create Space – by Christine Rasmussen

Artists work in all different kinds of ways – some messy, others pristine, but all with their own “method to their madness,” as the saying goes. There is a general consensus that one’s surroundings have an effect on one’s psyche, and therefore on one’s work.

How to Host your own SignStorm

How to Host your own SignStorm

SignStorm is an art installation intended as a peaceful act of resistance, a silent rally with signs instead of people.The purpose of this project was to provide an opportunity for everyone, regardless of their physical limits, to publicly express feelings about our president, our concerns about his chosen cabinet and administration, and fears for the resulting future of this country and our world.

Self-Care for Artists: Part 3 – Cultivate Positivity – by Christine Rasmussen

Self-Care for Artists: Part 3 – Cultivate Positivity – by Christine Rasmussen

Cultivate Positivity Ever had a fantastic day ruined by one small mishap – stepped in a puddle, got cut off by another driver – that is the first thing you relate about your day when you get home? Adults these days tend to internalize and obsess over the negative. This was not always so. Humans […]

Featured Artist Interview – Lacey Bryant

Featured Artist Interview – Lacey Bryant

I see my work as sort of a parallel world, where bits and pieces of this one recombine into scenes that are both familiar and strange. My work combines still life, landscape and figure painting into these surreal narrative vignettes. I pull my subject matter from my neighborhood walks and my hikes, from found objects and from the people around me.