Art in Context

Poplars and a Portrait in West Palm Beach

Degas and Van Gogh shared common ground in their disdain for convention, or more to the point, a willingness to circumvent conventional means when necessary, which is to say frequently.

Crossing Over Into Academia

"I returned to teach in the university system that failed me as an aspiring artist."

How to Make the Most Out of an Artist Residency

Reconciling the dream of your residency with your reality is like any creative imagining.

“I Will Make Something of Myself.”

A review of Paula Modersohn-Becker at Galerie St. Etienne

 by Jerry Weiss.

Why Should an Artist Seek Out a Residency?

An effective residency isn’t so much a creative retreat (“art camp”) as it is a retreat to create (“art work”).