Art Made on a High Speed Collision Course

By Shu-Ju Wang A visit to Martin Waugh’s studio is a singular experience. The art being made is invisible to the naked eye for its size and the speed at which it’s traveling. In the time that it takes a water droplet to fall 10 inches and a second water droplet to follow right behind, […]

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Robert McWilliams: Visionary/ Outsider

by Carolyn Hazel Drake You could describe Dr. Robert McWilliams as a career outsider artist.  For almost forty years, he has been channeling his humor, collector’s eye, and unique perspective into sculptures that resonate with human experience on an individual, yet somehow universal, scale.  He is quick to point out, however, that while he has […]

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Jesse Reno’s Epic Poems and Morality Tales

By Shu-Ju Wang When you look up into the night sky, you see the beautiful light of the stars, light that was emitted thousands, millions or billions of years ago, in a time before people, before earth. The light from this distant past is just now reaching your eyes, passing through your cornea, passing through […]

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Kindra Crick: A Double Helix of Art & Science

By Shu-Ju Wang It’s in the genes, both literally and metaphorically, when you talk about art and science and their roles in Kindra Crick’s life and work. From her grandfather, a neuroscientist, she inherited the drive for scientific inquiry. From her grandmother, a figurative painter, she inherited her need for artistic expression and visual conceptualization. […]

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Scott Conary and Analogue Jane

by Careen Stoll Every so often on the journey of life, one reaches seemingly impassable terrain.   In January of this year, Scott Conary’s wife gave birth to a girl with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.  Within a few days, she endured the first of three surgeries to be spaced out over her childhood.  Scott describes the […]

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