You will find here a wide range of insights on all things art, both the thoughtful and more practical.
"As I work, alone, often cold and always ﬁlthy, I’m unconsciously or consciously working through troubles that otherwise cloud my thinking." Guest writer Kate Charlton-Jones finds her mindfulness at the pottery wheel.
Guest writer Amy Nawrocki uses the work of Maurice and Charles Prendergast to explore the relationship between artworks and their physical frames.
Guest writer Martin Mugar on a lesson learned from a small girl's impression of his colorful artwork.
Jodi Colella's FiberLAB, a workshop started in 2015, allows students to experiment with different fiber mediums as well as other types of art.
Why is the anatomy in Rembrandt's "Anatomy Lesson" incorrect? Guest writer Z. Shuff explores the history of the piece and anatomy in art.
Painter Andrew Wyeth's views on art could hold valuable insights for writers on creating and developing stories.
David D'Agostino explains how landscape artists are adapting in a world of increasing environmental decay.
Jean Eng discusses artist rituals, what different artists do before they are able to begin making their art, and the necessity of such habits.
"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.
"the results only appear in the imagination." Jean Eng makes an argument for the usefulness of eye-drawing as an artistic exercise.