Content – From the Archives – Stephanie Metz

Content – From the Archives – Stephanie Metz

A skull, a pelvis, some vertebrae—warmly familiar ivory tones and archetypal shapes resonating deep in our memories. Looking closer, the shapes lack the sharp edges of bone. They are fibrous and irresistibly tangible.

Content – From the Archives – Girafa

Content – From the Archives – Girafa

My Art Resources is excited to collaborate with Content Magazine to bring you a new monthly blog post Content – From the Archives. We will be looking back and featuring some of the best artist interviews and stories from past issues of Content Magazine. Girafa From Content Magazine Issue 5.0 Underground Written by Richard Vo Photography by Daniel […]

Content – From the Archives – Josh Marcotte

Content – From the Archives – Josh Marcotte

Josh Marcotte creator of Lost San Jose, a popular photojournalistic blog which documents his wandering spirit and explores his profound connection with the city his family has called home for four generations. Part urban explorer, part night photographer, as well as writer and historian, he seamlessly blends his poetic view into his art form, creating profound images that cause even a local to pause and think: “Where is this?”

Content – From the Archives – Michael Borja

Content – From the Archives – Michael Borja

My Art Resources is excited to collaborate with Content Magazine to bring you a new monthly blog post Content – From the Archives. We will be looking back and featuring some of the best artist interviews and stories from past issues of Content Magazine. Michael Borja From Content Magazine Issue 4.2 Vacation Written by Shannon Amidon Photography […]

Content – From the Archives – Tessie Barrera­-Scharaga

Content – From the Archives – Tessie Barrera­-Scharaga

Tessie Barrera­Scharaga is an artist who makes connections: connections between language and culture, art and communities, the past and the present, and, most importantly, between people. Walking into her studio space, curious viewers quickly realize that this is one artist who is not limited to the canvas. Her work tables hold glass plates, ink, clay, brushes, and an assortment of paper, while books line the shelves and carefully­ placed pieces hang from the walls.