Extra, Extra: John Bisbee
Presenting a tasty tidbit about sculptor John Bisbee that our writer couldn’t fit into our October/November 2017 print issue.
September 19, 2017
Quick Takes: Rebel Angels
With intricate paintings styled like Catholic holy cards, Ria Brodell honors butch heroes through history….
All In A Day’s Work
Vinalhaven sculptor Diana Cherbuliez gets candid about art, labor, and her new exhibition at Grant Wahlquist Gallery.
March 27, 2017
Hannah Phelps Paints or Prints Her Natural World
New Hampshire artist Hannah Phelps uses the science of nature to infuse her wood prints and plein air paintings.
March 20, 2017
Gather Ye Glass
Gather Glass brings glassblowing, farming, and community to Providence, Rhode Island, in this community-based venture.
#TakeAction: Doing the NEA Defunding Math
One plus one is two, except when it’s 45’s Federal budget proposal to eliminate the NEA and the NEH—for starters.
Building Bridges, Crossing Borders Through Art
Maine’s isolated Tides Institute and Museum of Art encourages artistic collaborations between artists and between countries.
March 6, 2017
The Insider Outsider
Hartford, Connecticut artist Michael Madore imagines a future of migrating species and global warming, without leaving his home.
March 6, 2017
Rhode Island sculptor Krzysztof Mathews switches between the physical and digital realms with his race of cybernetic characters.
February 20, 2017
Black, White, and Abby All Over
Abby Manock is still a kid at heart—she loves to dress up and play games. But mostly she likes to work.