Hanna Washburn is an artist and curator living in New York's Hudson Valley. Using remnants of discarded textiles and forgotten household items, she constructs compound sculptural forms that look and behave like bodies or body parts. Join us on our visit to Hanna's Beacon, NY studio for a conversation on materials, inspiration, and the ever-evolving nature of her process.
Using iPhone photography and film stills from popular television shows as source material, Eli Kauffman paints dramatic, life-sized depictions of coming of age scenes. We joined Eli in their Providence, Rhode Island home studio for a conversation on magical realism, working with color, and bringing figure painting to a wider audience.
We visited ceramic sculptor Judd Schiffman in his Rhode Island studio for a conversation on the significance of working with clay and the life experiences that are his source materials.
We spoke with our featured artist Michael Cuadrado in his studio at Yale for a conversation on abstraction, his influences, and the spiritual nature of pattern-painting.
Transforming domestic cast-offs, such as old furniture, household goods, and textiles, Courtney Puckett's work integrates the theories and methodologies of both fine art and craft. We recently visited Courtney at her home and studio for a conversation on process, inspiration, and building spaces of possibility.
Painter Kevin Mosca describes his work as “slow horror.” Interweaving symbols, biblical references, and nods to the horror film genre, his paintings create narratives that bridge the gap between theology and pop culture. We recently visited Kevin in his Saratoga Springs, NY studio for a conversation on process, influences, and his cinematic approach to storytelling.