A Shipyard as One Artist’s Muse

A Shipyard as One Artist’s Muse

Inside the Studio with Howard Hersh Inside the Studio offers a behind-the-scenes peek into the work environments of WTP artists, as well as insight into their creative process within these resonate spaces. See Howard Hersh’s work in WTP Vol. IX #2. By Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer For decades, the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard in San Francisco…

Collage: One Artist’s Answer to Writers Block

Collage: One Artist’s Answer to Writers Block

Kim Triedman is a practicing visual artist and an award-winning poet and novelist living in Arlington, MA. She works primarily in collage and mixed media and often uses her own photography in her pieces. Much of her work focuses on issues of gender expectations, historical perceptions of femininity and sexuality, and the weight and challenge…

Paintings Inspired by High and Low Art

Paintings Inspired by High and Low Art

Beverly Kedzior is an American painter in Chicago whose works have been exhibited in numerous solo and group events in the United States. She translates her love of cartoons into abstract works through bulbous images that invade backgrounds, as well as medical illustrations. Kedzior’s artistic process has a lot in common with printmaking, as she…

A Fiber Sculptor’s Industrial Studio

A Fiber Sculptor’s Industrial Studio

Inside the Studio with Sophia Ruppert Inside the Studio offers a behind-the-scenes peek into the work environments of WTP artists, as well as insight into their creative process within these resonate spaces. See Sophia Ruppert’s work in WTP Vol. VIII #7. By Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer Seven months ago, Sophia Ruppert moved her studio from the…

Sag Harbor Studio: A Sculptor and Cabinet Maker

Sag Harbor Studio: A Sculptor and Cabinet Maker

Inside the Studio with Mark Webber Inside the Studio offers a behind-the-scenes peek into the work environments of WTP artists, as well as insight into their creative process within these resonate spaces. See Mark Webber’s work in WTP Vol. VIII #6. By Jennifer Nelson, WTP Feature Writer More than twenty years ago, sculptor Mark Webber and his…