My years in the gallery allowed me to establish a network of contacts with artists, galleries, and the Montana Arts Council.
Everything about my artist’s journey so far has been based on learning from my life experiences and through interactions with other visual artists in my community.
Linden Hills Pottery is a popular studio in Wisconsin that creates functional and decorative ware. We spoke with co-owner William Kaufmann about their origins and success. ABI: Tell us about your pottery studio and the work that you produce. WK: Simple acts can have profound outcomes. It was a coming home gift for my wife […]
Fiber is an interesting medium because in most cases the effects of color rely on optical mixture, mixing in the eye, rather than physical mixture, as in mixing paints
The sights and sounds of nature from the forest around me to my flower gardens filled with bright and vibrant colors and delightful fragrances.
I have had the good fortune to live on three different continents and it is through my drawing that I have discovered different cultures and people.
Going the self-publishing route was overwhelming—because I knew nothing about the publishing business at first—but learning wasn’t impossible.
My current inspirations are drawn from my nightly dreams, the over development of natural habitat for wild life to live and prosper, the vanishing middle class in America, challenges facing women, minorities and the homeless to name a few.
I’ve been in a long-term love affair with acrylic ink on watercolor paper for the past ten years.