Interview with Artist Charles R. Ott Jr.

About Charles My name is Charles Ott and I am a self-taught architectural illustrator from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the creator of Steel City Artist Illustrations. I specialize in creating very detailed hand-drawn pen & ink illustrations of prominent architectural landmarks. My work is featured worldwide in art galleries, business, colleges, gift shops, restaurants and even […]

Interview With Artist Sharon McCameron Whyte

About Sharon Sharon hails from a military family that has lived all over the globe. Born in Kansas, she has lived in 8 different states, and 3 European countries. She received her BFA and MA from Kansas University, and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Art. She has taught in private schools, European and […]

Interview With Artist Amber Alexander

Q: What medium or mediums do you work with? A: My paintings now are all digital. I use a Wacom Intuos 4 tablet to paint digitally in Photoshop. I still enjoy traditional painting however I find the digital process so much more appealing because of the various features that are available with today’s technology. Q: […]

Interview With Artist Jason Morgan

Artist Statement/Bio I don’t know why I have this all encompassing desire to paint wildlife….to be a wildlife artist…. perhaps I will never know, but when I am painting, then nothing else exists. I am right back at the scene where I first saw my subject. Back with the lions of the dry savannah of […]

One on One Interview With Artist Mike Callahan

Artist Statement “How dull might the world be without clouds and mountains and trees? How utterly drab without people, animals, lakes and streams? And how lifeless the walls that surround us without paintings of such things to take their places when we can’t immediately go and see them? “I am compelled to paint such things; […]

Interview with Artist Miranda Aschenbrenner

Artist Statement My work fits into two very different and unrelated categories: realism and abstract. Each style allows me to challenge different parts of my personality. Drawing realistically indulges the side of me that loves detail and is a perfectionist. It challenges me technically and I am always pushing to create more accurate drawings. The […]

Interview With Artist David Hunt

Artist Statement The focus of my work is synonymously related to nature and landscape. It is an investigation of nature, its forms, its sublimate captivation and the paradigm of how we align our position, perceptions and reactions to them. Predominantly my subjects derive from arboreal environments, which I record with photography, sketch making, and through […]

Interview With Artist Sandy Sandy

About Sandy Sandy Since 1996, Sandy Sandy has been a professional fine artist and has devoted her career to painting full time. After a divorce, she left behind a thriving advertising, illustration and sign company which she owned and operated for seventeen years. Sandy currently works in her spacious art studio from her NJ Pine […]

Interview with Artist Helen Harris

About Helen Exploring mixed media art has been my quest in recent years. I am a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art ( University of the Arts). A BFA in Graphic Design introduced me to a career in the commercial arts.Freelance and teaching assignments ranging from coloring books to spot illustrations later evolved to […]

Interview with Artist Leslie Tribolet

About Leslie Leslie Tribolet lives on Kauai with her husband and her animals. She studied at Santa Barbara Art Institute back in the 70’s, but with pencil as her medium of choice. During her battle with both cervical and breast cancer, she decided to try to learn how to paint for something to do. She […]