Sunday, December 28, 2014

Year in Review: Artist Interviews 2014 -- January thru June

Inside the studio of Eric Dubnicka
Another year is coming to a close. Everywhere you look there are magazines touting the top news stories of 2014, top people, most important events and all the rest. In keeping with previous years I like to summarize the artist interviews I've had the privilege of sharing. Bring your laptop to the fireside and curl up with your favorite libation. Here are some of the interesting people I've enjoyed getting to know a little better in 2014.

Karen Sunderman of the Playlist.

Local painter Adam Swanson has gained increased visibility this year.

Eric Dubnicka remains productive.

Here's part one of Teresa Kolar's two-part interview, which continues here.

"Stewardship" by Marian Lansky
Marian Lansky continues to impress.

Sarah Riley discussed the value of art in therapy.

Karen Owsley Nease brought her vision to the North Country this year.

Andrea Boyadjis also shared insights about art therapy and its importance.

EJ Arnold's background is apparent in his drawings.

Painter/sculptor Erik Pearson completed a new mural in Superior.

Kathy McTavish broke new ground with her multi-media expressions.

Joel Moline shared the secrets of printmaking with four other artists in May including Cecelia Lieder and Joel Cooper.

The Sister Mary Charles exhibit that Peter Spooner curated was a highlight of the Tweed this year.
(Here's the second half of the Spooner interview.)

Performer Gretchen Seichrist talked about her painting, her gallery and her music.


Teresa Kolar, inspired by horses.

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