Q&A Archive

Taking a Second Look at Tess Olson’s Wild Landscapes

“It has to do with not knowing all the answers. I like not understanding a painting after one viewing.” Read more →

Andrea Cybyk: What’s On the Surface

“From a few feet away, you can barely see the words, much in the same way that we’re all ‘fine’ on the surface even if, underneath, we’re not.” Read more →

Jane Thomas’s “Raining Window”

There's no more quintessential wet-weather experience than staring out a rain-streaked window, and that familiar scene is the subject of December's award-winning watercolor by Jane Thomas. Read more →

What Sculptor Ann Ruppert Sees in Wood & Stone

If Ann Ruppert's wood sculptures seem to have been grown, not carved — well, that all comes down to how each sculpture emerges from the material. Read more →

Photographer Wil Scott on “Red Nude”

Red Nude represents the start of a new focus on people for Wil Scott, a photographer and art historian. Read more →

Artist Beverly Ryan’s “Big Moves”

“Painting large excites me. It provides space for big moves, and requires a confident approach.” Read more →