A video collaboration between WTP writer Rudy Melena and fine art photographer Amy Kanka Valadarsky. Where the Literary meets the visual arts.
Masha Vlasova takes on a monologue from Anton Chekhov's THE SEAGULL, "as a found text, interpreting it as a Russian, an American, an actress, a director, and a Masha."
A WTP Voice & Vision: a collaboration where the literary meets the arts. In "My Father Eats Figs," Ruth Knafo Setton's poem is set to the deeply resonate images of photographer Tatiana Rivero Sanz.
Based on a poem by Cynthia Manick, the video is an abstract meditation on the body, the feminine, the everyday realities of being young and black, and the fragile relationship between the manmade and the natural.
"The Wall, whatever its color, its latitude and its substance, material or mental, is a diabolic idea: besides keeping out the unwanted, it imprisons those inside." Behind the scenes of Francesca Fini's THE PAPER WALL installation.
Woven Tale Press Voice & Vision is the result of collaborations between WTP writers and artists, where the literary meets the arts.
Mark Yale Harris has created an evolving body of work in alabaster, marble, limestone, and bronze, often combining different elements to bring forth a duality through creation.
"I feel that there is so much diversity in stones and crystals that it's an endless endeavor; there's just no limit to how much I can do with this." George Fellner's most recent series reveals an endless search for the abstractions of reality using close-up shots of gemstones and crystals.
Bette Ridgeway is best known for her large-scale, luminous poured canvases that push the boundaries of light, color and design. Watch as she works with her team in a warehouse in Santa Fe to create a 15' x 21' triptych installed at the Boro Tower in Tysons, Virginia.
Annariitta Saarelainen presents examples of her printmaking alongside a backdrop of her artistic process in this video. "My roots as a photographer manifest in deep attention to detail and focus on form expression... To me creativity means freedom—let my art speak for itself."