What About Watercolor: an Interview with (Poet) Anne

It starts off with the subject. Maybe a branch or the wing of a bumblebee. Then it extends outward, forming lines and patching empty white spaces, curving here and winding there. Before long there's a living image. A bird is not merely paint. It lives in its own world. A tree is not immortal in… Continue reading What About Watercolor: an Interview with (Poet) Anne

From Canvas to Paper to Pen: an Interview with Devon West

There's something special about a painting that feels like home. It feels familiar. It feels alive. It feels not like ink or brush strokes but flesh and a beating heart. This same experience applies to both the canvas and literary world of Devon West. West is a writer and painter. West was also one of… Continue reading From Canvas to Paper to Pen: an Interview with Devon West

Poems and Peonies: an Interview with Chelsie Diane

It was roughly a year ago when I first came across the username @poemsandpeonies on Instagram. Like many others who have discovered Chelsie Diane's portfolio, the first thing that caught my attention was the unique flower arrangements—the delicate blossoms that occupy either the corner or center of each 4x4 square. You can almost smell them. You… Continue reading Poems and Peonies: an Interview with Chelsie Diane

The Painter Paints Voices: an Interview with Maggie Stephenson

What makes a person stop and ''smell the roses?'' . . . And what are the roses in this case? Ironically I was recently able to find the answer to both of these questions. No, it isn't a literal blossom or some quote by Oscar Wilde. It was actually the work and brilliant paintbrush of Maggie Stephenson. When… Continue reading The Painter Paints Voices: an Interview with Maggie Stephenson