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Studio Sundays: Serena Cole

Artist work space

 

Every Sunday we give you a behind-the-scenes tour into the heart of creativity, the artist's studio. This week we visit the art studio of Serena Cole in Oakland, California.

 

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Curated Art Collection: Night

Painting of fires burning at night reflected on waterView more of Noah Verrier's painting portfolio here.


Each week we present a collection of artwork from a variety of artists curated around a common theme. This week the theme is Night.  As in the soft dark calm that blankets everything once day has relinquished it's industrious energy. I love night paintings, the dark and moody palette's and forms emerging in the shadows. I'd like to show you how a few of our member's have interpreted…

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Artist Website: Catherine Hart


stained glass artwork with swirling lines
"Swimming Upstream"

 

 

"As an artisan I like to create visually elegant and original glass designs.  After many years working in print, I began applying my design strengths to the glass medium, apprenticing for two years alongside an established stained glass professional. Here I assisted with original works, custom commissions and restoration projects in both lead and copper foil.

Setting up my own studio in 2010­­ has enabled me…

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Studio Sundays: Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor


Elisabeth Higgins O'Connor with sculptures in her art studio

Every Sunday we give you a behind-the-scenes tour into the heart of creativity, the artist's studio. This week we visit the art studio of Elisabeth Higgins O’Connor in Sacramento, California.

 

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Rich Input for Ideal Creative Output


input output processing focus storage memory learning

 

As an artist the quality of the material that inspires you is so important. In other words, providing your brain with a good quality and quantity of mental input will help your creative output immensley. Let's think about this in a more concrete way: if you wanted to create an art project or series based on greasy-spoon diners you'd probably be best suited to find the greasiest diner in the neighbourhood and go take photos. You could…

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Curated Art Collection: Repetition


painting of a house on the water with mountains in the backgroundView more of Lesley Goren's art portfolio here.


Each week we present a collection of artwork from a variety of artists curated around a common theme. This week the theme is Repetition.  As in the again and again of it all. These artists create a rhythm in their work by repeating elements, but they all do it in a slightly different way. I like the visual impact of that repetition can make and wanted to share it with you  within these…

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