Artist Profile: Lin Bentley Keeling

As my designs became more improvisational, I began to experience a deeper emotional, spiritual dimension within my artwork.

An Interview with Victoria Price

Without art collectors who invest in their own passionate eye and the adventure of an creative interchange with the makers of art, the world would be a vastly more limited and less true place.

Artist Profile: Kelly Stewart

My process is spontaneous which leads to an evolution of line, texture and form.

Artist Profile: Lori Alexander

The realistic cat portraits are my serious art projects. The whimsical cats are just for fun and to make people smile.

Artist Profile: Dominique McKenzie

I build and apply first randomly following my instincts with no restraint or reason then proceed to subtract until I end up with the suggestion only of my original idea.

Artist Profile: Beth Gregory

My years in the gallery allowed me to establish a network of contacts with artists, galleries, and the Montana Arts Council.

Artist Profile: Mary Ann Loo

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.

Artist Profile: Peggy Wright

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

Artist Success: How Painters Sell Their Work

We spoke with three women who have different approaches to marketing and selling their work.

The Business of Fiber Art

We spoke with three fiber artists who use very different techniques, and asked them: What do you do? How do you earn money with your art?