Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley, Theater on Paper

By Shu-Ju Wang Below, Thirteen Sisters Approach the Fantasy Planet by Kamala Dolphin-Kingsley, in watercolor, acrylic, and glitter. Not so long ago, there lived a princess in a beautiful meadow full of wondrous creatures. Chameleons, dodos, caterpillars and pugs with wings kept her company as she spun elaborate tales and staged magical plays that charmed […]

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“Don’t Tell Fred” Teresa Sullivan’s piece is featured in Fiberarts Magazine.

By Susan Gallacher-Turner Last year, when I visited with Teresa, she showed me a note found with a necklace she’d bought at an estate sale. It was a short handwritten note with more questions than answers. The mystery intrigued and inspired Teresa to make an art piece incorporating the note with the beads from the […]

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Kelly Neidig: Painting Landscape Memories

By Susan Gallacher-Turner “I’ve painted and drawn ever since I can remember,” says Kelly Neidig. Now, when I think of my memories a lot of the details are lost, but I can remember the colors and how I felt.” Below, Kelly Neidig at work in her studio. Kelly Neidig remembers drawing birds in kindergarten, and […]

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Sabina Haque, Closing the Gap

By Shu-Ju Wang Below, Sabina Haque with one of her lightbox pieces One Nation Under God. Dominating, subversive, motherhood, submissive, breast—these were but a few of the words Sabina Haque received in response to her question “what comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘woman?’” For the word American, the responses—superpower, righteous. For […]

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