At the White Gallery, Bridgehampton By Sandra Tyler, Editor-in-Chief The White Room Gallery, tucked down a bri...
A video highlighting Eduardo Terranova's series of small-scale carved plaster works with artfully placed pearl...
“It seems almost impossible that our actions can affect anything as vast as the oceans.” Emily Jaeger intervie...
"This gives me the impetus to create, the belief that the glitter of metals is more than mere reflections." Em...
Plot Holes Plot holes, those devious little blighters, have a knack of popping into existence just where you least expect them. Read how one writer has learned to circumvent them. Read more
Layout of a Novel One writer's approach to planning and outlining his drafts: How to storyboard a novel trying each of the various “spreads”. Read more
"Kill the plot-driven story with fire." "A plot-driven story sucks. It is not a story but a sequence of events. It is a terrible thing that will make you claw your hair out trying to make a... Read more
Painting: Houses and the Abstract The versatile styles of Marketa Sivek: "The process of painting is so fluid. It’s an exercise of a brain and body in unison. Sort of like dancing." Read more
Two Monumental Works An intimate look at Donald Martiny’s creation of two monumental works which are permanently installed in the Lobby of One World Trade Center. Read more
How one writer finds inspiration and productivity while driving her car. Read more
Colored Pencil Art: Hyper realistic drawing with colored pencils. Read more
Inspiring Other Poets One poet and his aspiration for other poets: “crowd sourcing” recommendations to help people find their new favorite poets. Read more
Visual Poetry A film-poem by Valerie Kampmeier and Robert Peake. On The Woven Tale Press Read more
By Pamela Caughey Encaustic method and the Art of Painterly Prints The art of encaustic monotypes as painterly prints and the actual process of working with wax and encaustic tools.... Read more
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