Meet many of the artists that appear in our Woven Tale Press magazine. Most interviews will link to the issue where their works appear. If you are interested in their work, we are happy to put you in touch.
“It is my firm belief that having a film background is a great advantage working in digital photography.” Ken Collin's portrait photography won an honorable mention in WTP's 2018 contest. More about his work in our artist interview.
"I think of media as different games—one might be bridge and one, chess." In our WTP interview, contributor Gordon Leverton speaks to his evolving series of works and exploration of different media throughout his career.
Rebecca Giles speaks to the inspiration behind her striking, "glowing" still-life paintings.
An interview with Alexander Klang, whose black-and-white photography was awarded first place in this year's art competition.
WTP photographer Sandrine Hermand-Grisel speaks to the process and inspiration behind her various series of works.
Naomi Schlinke on the development of her ink paintings, the relationship between medium and style, and more.
Self-taught nature photographer David Quinn finds artistic and unique ways to capture the nature of Long Island, New York.
"Through art, I was able to achieve balance and harmony within my inner self." Nguyen Thi Mai, on her journey and growth as an artist.
Greg Skol, on the development of his mixed-media landscape collages, the benefits of small scale, and his many inspirations.
Mary Reilly's detailed graphic drawings, highlighting the nature of New York City, appear in June's magazine. Behind the scenes of her work.