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Multi-Media Artist

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.

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Synesthesia in Painting

Christine Olmstead is a painter who experiences synesthesia. Her mixed-media paintings focus on movement and mood, as well as the use of color, metallic, and reflective elements.

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Kateryna Borovschi

“Where lies the line between real ‘me’ and virtual ‘me’? And is it there at all?” Kateryna Borovschi’s new series explores the implications of the social media reality.

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Characters are All Around Us

WTP 2019 competition winner Merridawn Duckler speaks to her inspiration for characters, her experience playwriting, and her winning story “Heart of the South.”

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Defying Genres

In INCLUDE ME OUT, forthcoming in translation from Transit Books, María Sonia Cristoff has managed to defy genres and fit in a wide variety of subjects.

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Aerial Photography as Fine Art

Nature’s changes, its endless cycles of renewal, is a theme that runs throughout Mayta Shick’s fine art aerial photography.

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Art Spotlight: Pam Erickson

Where one might have difficulty putting her into a genre as an artist, Erickson has categorized herself simply as a “Conceptual Crafter.”

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Painting by Christine Olmstead

By Christine Olmstead

Don’t Stop Blooming 1
mixed media on canvas
36” x 36”

See her work in this month’s issue of The Woven Tale Press  Magazine


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