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Ceramics by Lisa Hellrup

This is the work of Lisa Hellrup, who I recently found on Instagram. She works in ceramic and glass. I enjoy these organic-looking pieces and I wish that I could touch them with my hands....

Delicate Sculptural Jewelry by Studio Baladi

The artist behind Studio Baladi works with gold, sterling silver, brass, and sometimes combines new and surprising materials. The word "Baladi" means locally, from the ground, untouched, which is what guides the lines and textures of most of her collection. "Being a...

Thomas Beale’s Sculptures

Thomas Beale is an accomplished New York-based sculptor and curator. He founded and directed the Honey Space, an innovative “no-profit” gallery in Chelsea, from 2008 to 2012. Starting with found and reclaimed materials, notably wood and shells, Beale processes them...

Naoko Ito’s Art

Born in Tokyo, Japan, Naoko Ito is a New York-based artist working in sculpture, installation, and video. Her pieces are inspired by urban attempts to tame or contain nature. In this installation, which was part of the group exhibition that I curated for ArtYard last...

Margaret Parish’s Art

Margaret Parish is a RISD graduate with a keen eye for the subtle and those natural processes that involve decay, transformation, and surprise. A hunter and collector of uncommon objects affected by time and the elements, she creates intriguing sculptures,...

Watercolors from Crushed Rocks by Lauren Rosenthal

Lauren Rosenthal McManusMy partner at Artyard, Jill Kearney, and I, saw Lauren Rosenthal's work for the first time at a group exhibition and we both had the same reaction. From looking at her pieces we knew that she had a special brain, so we tracked her down. Meeting...

Cyanotypes by Carrie Witherell

Carrie Witherell was born in New Hampshire in 1982. She graduated from RISD in 2011 and currently lives in Austin, TX. I discovered her work through my personal friend and work partner at ArtYard, Jill Kearney. She had purchased the horse when Carrie was still a...

Bruce Gardner and the Art of Dorodango

Last year I curated a group exhibition for ArtYard titled (in)animate. Each of the seven artists that participated in the project is remarkable. Today I’m pleased to share the work of one of them, Bruce Gardner. I will continue sharing the rest of the artists this...

Why Creativity is Good for You

↑Diego in 2017 The other day Diego said something that I've still been reflecting upon: "Creativity is important because it helps you discover unexpected things about yourself." Coming from a 12-year-old boy with autism who works passionately on building...

Free Illustration.

Dear friend, Long time no see! I hope that you're doing well. Over here on my side things are great, a lot going on, and it's all positive. It's hard to believe that I have been absent from this blog for over a year. I've missed you but you have been in my thoughts. I...

Michelle Kingdom’s Exhibition.

I'm excited to tell you that Michelle Kingdom has a solo show coming up. You can find all the information below. How much I would love to attend the opening! I have been following her work for a while. She is so talented. Congratulations, Michelle! bG Gallery Bergamot...

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