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.

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.

Patrick Jacobs: Conjuring up Visions

A Conversation with the Man behind the Diorama Art

Fly Agaric Cluster, Diorama by Patrick Jacobs

Born in California, 1971 current resident of Brooklyn, New York Patrick Jacobs travelled far and wide from Florence, Dublin, Berlin, Munich to Mexico City and Osaka with his diorama of ‘Stump with Red Banded Brackets, 2012’, ‘Fly Agaric Cluster #5, 2012’, ‘Fairy Ring with Dandelions, 2010’ to name a few. Through his ‘Otherworldly’ miniature installations Patrick surely manages to capture the ‘little moments that create the mighty ages of eternity’.

Susan Clinard – Her Life & Inspirations

An Interview with the Sculptor

Life's Continuous Push and Pull, Sculpture by Susan Clinard

Eleanor Roosevelt’s following words reverberate throughout Susan Clinard’s life, ‘The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience’. In actively seeking experiences through her work as a caseworker for foster children in Chicago working on the front lines in the community, schools, hospitals, and justice systems; collaborating with IRIS, a refugee resettlement agency in New Haven; being part of the teaching community (she taught with Gallery 37, an award winning arts education program); or shifting her base from Chicago to New Haven, Connecticut Susan fed her inner artist with life’s ironies to complement her active imagination.