Brunswick, Maine, sculptor John Bisbee transforms common carpentry nails into an array of uncommon artwork….
September 11, 2017
Forms in Conflict
New Milford sculptor Chris Plaisted finds beauty in contrasting material and examining forms of conflict.
Hand in Carving with Wood
Maine sculptor Lin Lisberger tells her wooden sculpture stories using only native Maine trees. Each piece is a moment in time.
March 27, 2017
New Haven artist Adam Niklewicz uses everyday objects to create worlds suspended between nostalgia and absurdity.
#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.
March 6, 2017
Rhode Island sculptor Krzysztof Mathews switches between the physical and digital realms with his race of cybernetic characters.
February 27, 2017
From Clay to Catastasis
Hartford artist Matthew Towers chats about the history of porcelain, the mythology of hair, and subverting pottery tradition.
February 20, 2017
Stretching the Form
Working with themes of displacement and self-awareness, sculptor Soo Sunny Park challenges the nature of perception.
February 13, 2017
Pulp, Plastic, and Poetry
Sandy Hook performance artist Allison Hornak finds beauty in inertia, reading poetry, and visible vulnerability.
February 6, 2017
Artists to Watch 2017
Our list of artists to watch for the upcoming year, with a little help from our arts-savvy friends from around New England.