Down Home Girl Studio, the one-woman operation of Suzanne Sawyer, reflects the mystery and duality of the Southeastern United States. Much like kudzu draped across a telephone wire, Sawyer’s work, especially her prints and sculpture, possesses an effortless serenity within the tension. Working comfortably within many mediums, expect to see honest beauty.
Earlier this year I began a blog as a day to day document of my time designing and working with wood. The photographs that I use for the blog are all recurring subjects: wood, studio, light.
Timothy Winkler’s work feels familiar, like something I’ve seen or felt before, warm and fuzzy, almost. I think that it is just that Winkler creates art that I have always wanted to see, as if I have just been waiting for it to exist.
Amy C. LeePard creates intricate handmade books in small editions under the imprint Painted Bunting Books. Each work is handcrafted from start to finish, each project a year in the making.
The only way that I can come close to describing Douglas Pierre Baulos’ work is this: Imagine Felix Nadar and Charles Baudelaire listening to Klezmer accordion during the Mexican Day of the Dead festival. Douglas Pierre Baulos’ work dances with atmosphere, intensity, and unusual humor. Each piece is a meditation of the sacred, and an [...]
Pinky M. M. Bass is a pioneer of pinhole photography. Her images are beautiful yet arcane. Pinky M. M. Bass creates images that make me feel as if I am viewing an alternate earth, one that exists just beyond my fingertips, and if I turn my head quickly enough, I might just catch a glimpse of this strange world.
As if walking through a forest filtered through the mind of John Cage, sculptor Jamey Grimes creates minimal landscapes punctuated by light and depth. Grimes’ work is directly influenced by nature, memory, and metaphor. Echoes of trees, oceans and forests are suspended in floating light. The scale and beauty of the installations can be overwhelming, and the experience is often described as spiritual.