Artist Interviews

Q&A interviews with the artists whose work is chosen by jurors as best in show in our monthly exhibits. Learn about the stories and the creative process behind these award-winning works of art from the artists who created them!

Examining “The Artistic Frame”

Artwork was created especially for these frames, perhaps the opposite of what one might expect. Read more →

Photographer Gloria Spellman: What the House Was Saying

“I was not sure of what the house was saying. Since I was unable to pinpoint what I wanted to convey, finding the right composition was challenging.” Read more →

Lizzy Lunday Paints the Complicated Relationship Between “Women and Food”

“These paintings … contradict everything that we’ve been taught as women to show of ourselves.” Read more →

Catherine Hillis: “Fresh, Moving Color”

Painter Catherine Hillis loves to capture a good story, so it’s not surprising that an exhibit like “Op-Ed” garnered her an award. Read more →

Moira McQuillen: ‘Every Line Has to Count’

Moira McQuillen has been featured on this blog before, for another piece of Americana — a piece of dessert, to be exact. Read more →

Linda Lowery’s Screaming Newborns

We like to say the best artwork "speaks to us" — and sometimes, it screams. Read more →