Screening at El Cid & Interview with KTG TALKS in the key of Lee Krasner

Yesterday, I visited the permanent collection at MOCA Grand in LA and said “Hello” to certain favorites, most notably– Lee Krasner. I read the description provided. One line in particular resonated. “Through the act of painting, the artist endeavors to find herself.” This is why I love Krasner. Her strength is in this search for … More Screening at El Cid & Interview with KTG TALKS in the key of Lee Krasner

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The Tragedy of Dylan McKay, A Conversation with Robyn O’Neil at Coronagraph

  I need overheard conversations; this is often where I get my ideas. I take notes constantly. I turn snippets of language into drawings. Sentences or fragments get channeled through a process that sometimes takes years to become a drawing. Although I’m a pretty traditional artist in that I make drawings, landscape drawings, I don’t … More The Tragedy of Dylan McKay, A Conversation with Robyn O’Neil at Coronagraph

Incremental Light, A Conversation Between Stacy Elaine Dacheux and Richard Froude at Dime & Honey

Years ago, when I experienced a deep loss, my friend Richard Froude asked if there was anything he could do. I said, he could write me a story because his stories are so beautiful. Within the week, an envelope arrived with a saddle stitched chapbook made just for me. I read it every year– not … More Incremental Light, A Conversation Between Stacy Elaine Dacheux and Richard Froude at Dime & Honey

Everyday Abstraction, A Conversation With Jason Willome

a questionable surface . jason willome . 2011 Stacy Elaine Dacheux: I would like to talk abut your work: A Questionable Surface (above) and Visible Inclusions In An Obscure Plane (below). What is your process for pieces that are done in this vein?  visible inclusions in an obscure plane . jason willome . 2011  Jason … More Everyday Abstraction, A Conversation With Jason Willome

Recording The Narrative, A Conversation With Nicole Antebi

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: On a global scale, do you think art has a story, and if so, what might it be? Nicole Antebi: I would say that art has many stories: some global and over reaching, some spurs that dissolve at their ends.  I teach an online art history course that spans from prehistoric to … More Recording The Narrative, A Conversation With Nicole Antebi

Painting As Engagement, A Conversation with Jennifer Jarnot

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: I recently read in The New York Times Magazine about an art student named John Powers who worked in the studio for Jeff Koons in 1995. At one point, Powers suggests his job was comparable to filling in a “paint by numbers”– except this particular “paint by numbers” titled “Cracked Egg” sold … More Painting As Engagement, A Conversation with Jennifer Jarnot

Regarding Clouds, A Conversation with Christopher Lavery

Stacy Elaine Dacheux: What is a cloud? Christopher Lavery: Mostly, I think a cloud is made of visible water vapor frozen in the atmosphere that has been sucked up from the wet ground surface of the Earth through the conduction of heat produced by the Sun’s rays entering the ozone layer and warming the surface. … More Regarding Clouds, A Conversation with Christopher Lavery