Ben Foster: Multifaceted & Reflective Sculptures

An Interview with the Sculptor from New Zealand

The Golden Boy, A Sculpture by Ben Foster

Ben Foster developed a deep appreciation of the natural surroundings from an early age. It figures prominently in his metal sculptures, the geometric nature of which intrigues many. Today, the sculptor from New Zealand is going to share with you the stories of his early childhood, his growing passion for art, the motivations behind his artworks and more. Enjoy!

Aki Inomata Art Installations: In Harmony with Nature

An Interview with the Artist from Japan

Girl, girl, girl …, Art Installation by Aki Inomata

Aki Inomata uses her art to amply depict the anxieties of her time. Series like Why Not Hand Over a “Shelter” to Hermit Crabs? is an unerring commentary on the synthetic to downright ludicrous aspects of modern civilisation. Questions are often raised loud and clear. Somewhat ironically though, these very aspects of her art tend to harmonise instead of polarising views. For in the heart of heart, Aki carries the precious age-old sentiments of her land that believes in life, in its every form and expression, to be sacred and reverential. Read this exclusive interview and find out more about Aki Inomata and her jourmey as an artist.

Trompe l’œil by Sharon Moody: It Feels Blissful to be Fooled

An Interview with the Artist

Super Wonder, Painting by Sharon Moody

Sharon Moody was born in Florida, but spent much of her time in North Carolina until she completed her BFA from Appalachian State University, Boone, NC in 1973. The ensuing years were marked by her continued explorations in the world of art, further studies, including an MFA degree from George Washington University, Washington DC, and being a teacher and mentor to young talents. In between, she developed a rich body of work that is permeated by the colours of her own thoughts and sensibilities.