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

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