Ann Weber & Arte Povera: Making Something out of Nothing

An Interview with the Cardboard Sculptor

Curiouser, Cardboard Sculpture by Ann Weber

Through her art Ann Weber explores the ‘Infinite Possibilities’ helping the audience realise the ‘Miracles and Wonders’ of life that are encapsulated in her large cardboard sculptures. Artist in Residence, de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and Artist in Residence, Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga, California, 2010; Oberpfalzer Kunslerhaus Resident Artist Award, Schwandorf, Germany, 2007; winner of Public Art Award, Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network, Year in Review Ann Weber was born in Jackson, Michigan, 1950.

Adam S Doyle: The Human Mark of the Artist and Illustrator

A Conversation

Quiet Revolution, Painting by Adam S Doyle

Adam S Doyle transcends borders through his unique brushstrokes and vision. Born in Boston in 1975, Adam earned his BFA at The Rhode Island School of Design, with a year of study in Rome, and a decade later his MFA at The School of Visual Arts in New York City. From New York to Los Angeles to Cologne to New Zealand, and as far away as Hong Kong, his work is appreciated worldwide. Besides his fine art paintings he also receives much accolade for his illustrations, which recently included book covers such as ‘The Raven Boys’ and upcoming ‘The Scorpio Races’, his portrait of Barack Obama for MoveOn.org, and a contribution to the politically charged ‘52 Shades of Greed’ deck of playing cards.

Motoi Yamamoto Salt Art: Connecting with Memories

An Interview with the Installation Artist

Salt art by Motoi Yamamoto

Born in 1966 Onomichi, Hiroshima, Japan, Motoi Yamamoto was busy working at the local dockyard till 1988. A tragic loss of his sister Yuko at her prime, who was then suffering from brain cancer, made Motoi not only realise the fragility of life but also wonder at its instability. He resorted to creating installations with salt, an element which is a symbol of purification in Japan and also a common environmental factor from his days at dockyard. Through returning the salt to the sea at the end of every show Motoi continues to pay respect to his departed sister till date.

Light Artist Carlo Bernardini Decoding The Visual Language

A Tête–à–tête with the Artist

Installazioni Acc. di S.Luca, Roma, Artwork by Carlo Bernardini

Born in Viterbo, 1966, Carlo Bernardini, started his career in early 1990s with abstract paintings. During the first half of the same decade he also started researching with the 3rd dimension of his work. In 1996 at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome for the XIIth Quadriennale the research saw successful fruition in the work carried out on a more than five-metre board, intervening with pigments and phosphor, creating visual duplicity, the hallmark of Carlo’s. He extensively started experimenting with optical fibre with installations at the Galleria Nazionale della Pilotta in Parma (1998), the environmental project in Reggio Emilia in the spectacular sixteenth-century location of the Chiostri di San Domenico (1999) and the great installation in Padova, realized in via Fiume, at the Palazzo della Ragione (2000). In 2002 Bernardini was invited to the XXth Triennale in Milan and to Sculpture Space, Utica (New York).

Gavin Worth: Filled With Wonder

An Exclusive Interview with the Wire Sculptor

Struggle for Illumination, Painting by Gavin Worth

Gavin Worth is a thirsty traveller by choice or under the circumstances. It all started at the age of two when he left Zimbabwe where he was born on 1981 and along with the family shifted to New Mexico. Artist in Residence − Matha, France earlier this year and recipient of Best Visual Art Award − Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2010 Gavin graduated with a degree in Acting, and after college, worked as an actor and musician for the Santa Fe Shakespeare Festival, the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, and the California Shakespeare Theater. But drawing, painting and sculptures remained his lifelong passions.