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Artist Interview: Greg Andrade

Artist Name: Greg Andrade

Discipline: Visual Artist / Architect / Designer
Location: California
URL: http://www.gregandrade.com

What is your current state of mind?
Live is good – better when you don’t think too much

What is your greatest fear?
being fearful

Which words or phrases do you most overuse?
I don’t …

When and where were you happiest?
this morning when I woke up in bed Continue reading

Artist Interview: Felice Willat

Artist Name:  Felice Willat

Discipline: Photographer
Location:       Santa Barbara, Californi
URL: http://www.felicewillatphotography.com

Q.  What is your current state of mind?
A. Optimistic, curious, engaged, passionate, compassionate, trusting

Q.  What is your greatest fear?
A.  Accidents & tragedy for my children

Q.  Which words or phrases do you most overuse?
A.  Amazing

Q.  When and where were you happiest?
A.    Early days of Day Runner, Honeymoon phases of my relationships, NOW

Q.  Which talent would you most like to have?
A.   Writing Continue reading

Artist Profile: Bradford J. Solamon

Bradford Solamon, 2017 Open Studio

Painting from a live sitter, a photograph, a forgotten artifact, or filming his artistic process while painting portraits of exceptional artists, are all energizing sources for Bradford J. Salamon. Tapping into a rich palette of information, the artist transforms the essence of direct painting through layers of skill, memories, emotions, and soulful passions. His art overflows with vibrant possibilities; a 21st century vision rendered through multiple and diverse processes, media, and tools.

Salamon is known for his figurative paintings and drawings of individuals and groups who engage in profound human scenarios. Currently, he expands his repertoire to include intimate portraits of vintage objects of yesteryear, as well as films about artists and the nature of creativity. Knowing that content cannot be conveyed in just one work of art, or expressed in only one medium, Salamon has found his personal solution. While portraiture is one of the oldest subjects, Salamon brings a newer dimension to the tried and true art. He renders in-depth views of each sitter, a biographical approach, a dialogue as he captures the many aspects of the sitter through multi-media in various sessions. Continue reading