Susan Gallacher-Turner’s Delicate Shape-shifting, X-treme Handiwork

By Shu-Ju Wang Above, a corner of Susan’s studio with various complete and in-progress work. Susan Gallacher-Turner is fascinated by shape-shifters. Characters in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, stories from Native American traditions, or even looking out the car window where faces appear in the distant hills and trees…these are all sources of inspiration for her […]

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Margie Lee: Following an intuitive path through art and life.

By Susan Gallacher-Turner Podcast audio interview available at www.voicesoflivingcreatively.com “I have done a lot of different things, but I think that’s the way my art developed,” says Margie Lee. “It’s not just a straight path, that’s for sure.” Margie Lee’s life path has led her across the country and Europe, and across the fields of […]

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Jason Kappus, A Circuitous Path to Luminous Abstractions

By Shu-Ju Wang Jason Kappus is full of contradictions. A natural-born story-teller bent on making non-narrative art; a painter who thinks of himself a writer; and a gifted portrait artist who can’t help but create non-objective, abstract work. Below, Ode, by Jason Kappus Jason Kappus is a standout in other ways too. As children, almost […]

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