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Art and the City

It’s a moving visual narrative— a story with no particular beginning and no real end. These are vignettes, snippets of reality—just moments in the...

Art and the City

They vibrate and pulsate with energy—forms recognizable and not—cluster…often gather together visually, rotating and spinning—preparing to burst free from their prisons: the square and...

Art and the City

It’s a place where your mind goes. It sinks into the idea of the painting and tends to stay…or at least linger awhile. The...

Art and the City

You find yourself in the picture, “Hardware River Aqueduct.” You’re drawn in—but you’re not sure why. Is it the familiar: a stone bridge over...

Art and the City

Anthony Bremer begins to doodle. The pencil unlocks his imagination and he lets it roll. He just goes with it. Ideas appear on the...

Art and the City

His paintings are character studies of tiny slivers of our universe—the vacant lots or the other scraps of human habitat ignored by beings with...

Art and the City

Jane Mann wants to make a point. Maybe it’s something that’s not obvious at first—it could the idea behind her intriguing compositions and intense...

Art and the City

The people are introspective—lost in a simple moment. Desiree Sterbini takes them back to where they were. It’s the searching through time that people...

Art and the City

Michael Ford goes by feel. He’s a “Zen photographer.” It’s about trying to find “the zone—not thinking about what you’re doing…just doing.” It’s the...

Art and the City – December 2017

There are a multitude of realities in any one place—it’s not just about how it looks. Scott Warren knows that. As a photographer, he...