Cape Cod artist and environmentalist Gin Stone uses dyed reclaimed longline fishing gear to create her work. Here she discusses her process and how her environmental awareness directly influences her use of materials. I like to start out with a group of keywords that I use to describe myself and my work: multi-media artist humane taxidermy retired fishing gear … [Read more...]
Highlighting the work spaces and creative processes of individual artists.
We learned that Brece Honeycutt (Drawing & Printmaking Finalist '18) had been selected for two different artist residencies this summer. Here, she shares images and observations about the three studios in which she worked these last few months: her own in Sheffield, her residency at Norte Maar in Jay, NY, and her residency at Naumkeag in Stockbridge, MA. Outside/Inside: … [Read more...]
Meg Alexander, a multiple-year awardee in the Mass Cultural Council Artist Fellowships Program, is exhibiting in the two-person show How Little Is Enough? at Drive-By Projects, in April and May. Here, the accomplished artist offers a peek into her studio and creative process. The word that best characterizes my studio is flexible. Since my work ranges from large … [Read more...]
Cassandra Klos uses photography to explore other worlds and inner mysteries. Her Mars on Earth series captures scientific simulations of the Martian landscape, and here, she discusses how her process and workspace impact her photographic expeditions. Most of my practice takes place out in the world. For the past three years, I have been traveling around the United States … [Read more...]
James Dye won the Sally R. Bishop Prize for Best in Show at the 2017 Worcester Biennial (on view at ArtsWorcester thru 6/2). Biennial juror Samantha Cataldo (Currier Museum of Art) selected James' dip pen and india ink drawing The Temple of the Burdened Host (pictured above), and along with a $1,000 prize, James will have a solo exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum in the … [Read more...]