The Making of Three Works WTP Contributor Kim Rae Taylor walks readers through the different processes of maki...
A Photographer's Exploration of a Crystal George Fellner uses light (natural and artificial) with Iceland Spar...
Pamela Painter and Anthony Russo Pamela Painter's short story "Office at Night," a short ekphrastic piece base...
East Asian Water-Ink Painting The orchid stroke and the importance of the four noble flowers in East Asian art...
Spotlight: Lorna Bieber Lorna Bieber's found photography appears in November's The Woven Tale Press and a new exhibition at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University Read more
Handling the Truth Contributing Editor Richard Gilbert interviews award-winning author, Beth Kephart, on her recent memoir, Handling the Truth. Read more
Monotype Printing In this video, artist Barbara van Buskirk from Albuquerque demonstrates the traditional art of Monotype Printing. Video curtesy of Don Kolberg. Read more
Monoprint and the Accidental There are times as a monotype artist when I fight the wall, the blank page and the empty canvas. Then something catches my eye. Read more
Struggles into Art Patty Somlo gives a behind-the-scenes look into the creation of her forthcoming memoir "Even When Trapped Behind Clouds." Read more
Singles or Series Jeff Alu debates the pros and cons of photographic series: do they help the viewer comprehend the project? Does each picture carry the same merit? Read more
Releasing Control to Create "The most effective way to release control of my work is through collaboration," Kathryn Baczeski gives a behind-the-scenes look into her artistic process. Read more
Mississippi Laureate Step inside "The Kudzu Chronicles." As Beth Ann Fennelly reads her book-length poem, you learn more about her than you may know about your closest friend. Read more
"Between science and art." "The dance between the scientific inquiry and the artistic one," Teresa Stanley gives a behind-the-scenes look into her series "Subterranean." Read more
Photographic Equipment Praising the point-and-shoot, photographer Jeff Alu describes the advantages of being rough on your photographic equipment. Read more
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