Q&A Archive

Sardar Aziz’s Cityscape in Flux

“I wanted to capture how we as humans build a city and then rebuild it, right from the ground up, again and again.” Read more →

Noah Williams on His Found-Object Masks

"I worked as a garbage man for awhile. … One windy day, the swirl of debris gave me a vision of what could be created with the simplicity of found objects." Read more →

Sarah Dax Solano: Blurring the Boundaries of Painting

Sarah Dax Solano is embarking on a new series that combines abstraction, realism, and a large format — and this painting is the first in the series. Read more →

Amy Sabrin, In the Moment

"One day, when the trees were that amazing golden greeny mustard color, I said, I just have to stop and paint it — so I did!" Read more →

Elaine Qiu: Painting as Calligraphy

"I believe every mark should have its own intention, and the way a mark is made is equally important as the final image." Read more →

A Best-in-Show Painting That’s Wrapped Up in Red

“It was a challenge to create something that was monochromatic but interesting.” Read more →