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...
Jean Eng discusses artist rituals, what different artists do before they are able to begin making their art, and the necessity of such habits. Read more
Editor-in-Chief Sandra Tyler's monthly WTP roundup - noteworthy posts, our time at AWP, and an exciting announcement about something never done before. Read more
"In Horizon Lines, I explore the relationship between memory and time, and seek to understand the uncontrollable boundaries and limits that are inherent to them." Read more
“We are at a profoundly exciting moment in the development of the history of narrative art.” Jo Ely interviews science-fiction writer CM Taylor. Read more
Features Editor Emily Jaeger reviews Mohan Sundaresan's portfolio of woven paintings created by combining multiple painted canvases. Read more
"Do unspoken rules, rule our attitude and how we respond towards different kinds of art?" Jean Eng debates when and how to break the rules of visual art. Read more
Knowing Knott, from Tiger Bark Press, is a tribute not only to Bill Knott's poetry but also to the man himself. Read more
Ned Stuckey-French highlights his experience with writer and friend Phillip Lopate's blog for The American Scholar. Read more
"the results only appear in the imagination." Jean Eng makes an argument for the usefulness of eye-drawing as an artistic exercise. Read more
Brian Wehrung gives a behind-the-scenes look into his abstract photographs which utilize Extractive Reductionism to hone in on shape and color. Read more
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