Q&A Archive

Sally Davies, Playing With Water and Dots

Does “playing with water” refer only to the children in the picture? Or could it also be that Sally Davies is enjoying experimenting with watercolor again? Read more →

Wen LePore’s Unplanned, Unpredictable Paintings

This is a typical painting for me: It came from a mistake or unpredictability. Read more →

Photographer Bob Friedman’s “Simplicity”

"The arrangement of graphic elements is often more interesting then the reality of the scene. And, the abstracts just simply look good." Read more →

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 →