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by Diane Saarinen Art lovers crowded into the Pen and Brush for the opening of “Full Circle: A Tribute to the Cult...
A Talk with the Artist The gaze from a painting often captivates people. Books have been devoted to the Mona Lisa’...
by Lynn Alexander The VARGA Gallery of Woodstock, New York, recently concluded the annual Women’s Show–an ev...
by Shana Thornton People are repulsed by and obsessed with hair. We worry with it, manipulate it, punish it, alter it, s...
by Suzanne Kamata Every year, the Japan Media Festival is held in a different prefecture in conjunction with the nationa...
[nggallery id=20] by Jennifer Linton The primary focus of my art practice has been to address gender-related issues and ...
by Cynthia Bellerose In 2002, at the age of 39, I began a year long process of preparing for my grand entrance into midl...
Reflections: Women, War, and Suffering by Holly Wong Art has always been my voice of resistance, my way of making a cont...
Letting Go, Moving On by Vicky Brand Growing up in our small town in Cheshire, I enjoyed an interesting life as the elde...
Nature Exposed by Diane Leon Ferdico “I always believed that I was a ‘person of the world’” says artist Linda Va...
by Catherine Tully My photography career started out as a writing project. I had been involved in ballet for 30 years, a...
At first glance, I appear white. I could pass so to speak and being a person of mixed race, I identify with not one but ...
[nggallery id=17] Maramures is a rugged and independent area where traditions have lasted due to the isolation of geogra...
[nggallery id=18] Pleasure is a rather simple, yet complex subject. In the basest of terms it can relate to a pleasant s...