Tom Martinelli speaks to his development as an artist, to the non-measured, handmade geometry of his current paintings.
Caitlin Hurd's surreal landscapes appear in WTP Vol. VIII #6. She speaks to these and her other projects in her WTP interview.
Gladys Nilsson is an original member of the Hairy Who and one of the first women to have a solo exhibition at the Whitney.
WTP artist Christina Massey's works, sculptures and collages made from aluminum, are inspired by textile patterns.
Nikola Olic's abstract photography plays with hidden shapes and patterns in buildings to display reimagined architecture.
Amir Hariri left a career in engineering and design to become a full-time artist, creating paintings, elegraph printmaking, and mixed media sculpture and installation.
"Using found materials has led me to become a scavenger or as some have said, a hunter-gatherer." Marsha Balian is a self-taught mixed media artist who incorporates found objects and invention into her work.
Jasper de Beijer warps the divide between drawing, photography, and sculpture in his dreamlike photographs that often depict historical periods and events.
Madara Tropa on the artist as a primitive shaman with the capacity to recognize a problem and be recognized as a projection of desire for change.
Wen Yu is a multi-media artist from Suzhou, China, who now lives in Boston where she creates research-based projects that integrate art, technology, story-telling, and tangible materials.