When I first saw Deborah Lowe’s work, my mind was blown. I have at least a cursory understanding of most art forms. I may not be able to do all of them, but I generally have a rough sense of how they’re done. But her pieces? I could not even begin to unravel them.[Read more…] about Creative People: Deborah Lowe
I was first drawn to Gray Jordan’s art for the loveliness of it all. The soft, watery paintings shift from abstract to landscape like sand beneath your feet. They seem to want to capture a feeling of a place, or perhaps create a place for a feeling.
But then I was drawn into her process – it isn’t just about the painting, but about the exploration infused into it. Her colors are foraged from earth pigments and other natural and reclaimed materials. I asked her about her process and the challenges she faces, and she shared this.[Read more…] about Creative People: Gray Jordan
I first met Meghan Brondos a few years ago when she and her friends went camping on our farm. Actually, I didn’t meet her because it rained the entire time (because, what’s camping without a downpour?). What really happened was that I said something along the lines of “Honey, I think the campers are here” to Alan, who suited up in muck boots and flannels to go show everyone around. I merely followed her on Instagram.[Read more…] about Creative People: Meghan Brondos