Liz Dexheimer

Liz Dexheimer

“I’ve always been interested in suggesting a sense of place, the timelessness of the natural landscape.” Interview by Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Liz Dexheimer’s paintings and works on paper have been exhibited widely in the Northeast and Southeast. Her work, including commissioned pieces, is in numerous private and corporate collections, including the corporate headquarters…

Liz Nielsen

Liz Nielsen

Painting with Light Interview by Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Liz Nielsen is a Brooklyn-based artist whose works have been exhibited in New York, Chicago, Paris, London, Budapest, Amsterdam, and Berlin. Her photographs are printed in the analog color darkroom, with handmade negatives and found light sources. They range in size from 100-by-100-inches to 8-by-8-inches.…

Francene J. Levinson

Francene J. Levinson

“There are challenges to creating modular paper sculptures that are like carving stone.” Interview by Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Francene J. Levinson, who was born in Brooklyn, is a digital artist based in Portland, OR. She has transformed modular, three-dimensional origami into fine art. She draws inspiration from nature, with series on birds, oceans,…

WTP 2018 Winner: Alexander Klang

WTP 2018 Winner: Alexander Klang

“Analog technology is slower, and therefore allows for more of what I like to refer to as an ‘awareness’ while photographing.” Interview by Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Alexander Klang is a photographer who was born in Dusseldorf and works in Berlin. He specializes in analog portrait photography. He is currently enrolled in a two-year…

WTP Artist: Sandrine Hermand-Grisel

WTP Artist: Sandrine Hermand-Grisel

Photography Inspired by Painting Interview by Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Photographer Sandrine Hermand-Grisel grew up in Paris and London before relocating to the United States. She studied international law, then in 1997 decided to dedicate herself full-time to photography. Influenced by her late mother’s sculptures and her husband’s paintings and films, she worked on…