All in Interview

Interview with Rawan Ita

Rawan Ita is a Detroit based artist of Babylonian descent.  She was a full-time graduate student studying architecture, an intern, hairstylist, and volunteer.  On January 20th, 2017 all of that changed.  She was walking across a lot and was hit by an SUV.  As a result, Rawan lost much of her physical capabilities and life, as she knew it, had changed.  Injuries involving her spine, musculoskeletal, and nerves left her weakened and hurting.

Interview with Irene Hoff

For self-taught Dutch artist Irene Hoff, the world is out of balance which can be seen in the human & environmental challenges we are currently faced with. She craves a world where compassion, intuition and harmony are key elements for living. Irene’s art is filled with hope and inspiration that encourages viewers to become aware of their feelings and beliefs, making space for their true self.

Interview with Edmund Ian Grant

 Edmund was born in San Mateo California in 1950 and presently, lives and paints in the Napa Valley. He is an Internationally collected, award winning self- taught artist whose extensive exhibitions over the last 30 years include shows in many USA cities including Los Angeles, Miami, Dallas, San Francisco and New York, and International cities – Florence, Milan, Monte Carlo, Tel Aviv, Venice, London and Paris.

Interview with Wayne Charles Roth

Artist, Wayne Charles Roth is part of the changing landscape in the art world. His work represents the blurring of the traditional art world boundaries substituting technology and new materials for traditional paint, brushes and canvas. Wayne was born in Rochester New York. He graduated with a Masters Degree in Fine Art from Rochester Institute of Technology. Educated as a classical painter, photographer and designer he became interested in computer technology in the 90’s. 

Interview with Christine Marie Nobre

Graduated from Fine Arts School of Versailles, France, Christine Marie Nobre works different technics such as painting, photography and video. She builds something like a small decor with her paintings, mirrors, lights and other things …which she manipulates with her hands.  She goes off in search of adventure and on a journey in vastness as well as in infinitely small. Her mean of conveyance is light. She opens up passages to her imagination which become the visitor’s imagination through cosmic as well as spiritual or organic visions. These visions are the exact opposite of space and time.

Interview with On-Kyeong Seong

On-Kyeong Seong is originally from Seoul, South Korea. She is an artist and a primarily a mixed media artist, working and living in Boston, U.S.A. She graduated from School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University receiving MFA degree and BFA from Lesley University, Boston. Her work has been exhibited through locally and internationally. Years ago her mother visited her in Boston and she got a chance to learn how to do a sewing machine from her mother. Since then, she has been falling in love with how the textures of machine embroidery carry emotion. She enjoys using a sewing machine as a tool for art making through this process.

INTERVIEW WITH FATINHA RAMOS

Fatinha Ramos is an award-winning Antwerp-based illustrator and visual artist originally from Portugal. After working in art direction and design for twelve years, she took the giant leap of following her dream, working full-time as an illustrator. Since then her work has appeared all over the world and received awards from the Society of Illustrators NY, Creative Quarterly, 3x3 , Commarts magazine, Global Illustration Award, World Illustrations Awards, among others... 

Interview with NPier 

The French artist NPier photographs places where time seems to have stopped. Fascinated by abandonment, NPier believes that beauty in decay demonstrates the fragility of life. NPier researches sites extensively before visiting them. He always looks for places that appear to be anchored in a different reality than our present day-to-day. In his pictures, the light, the complex composition, and the textures of the interior represent a recollection of forgotten splendor. The photograph captures a perfect moment of stillness within the perpetually moving stream of time.