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INSPIRATION INTERVIEW #43: SHARON PASTER – AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 12TH

Sharon Paster is an artist whose work occupies a delicious space between the representational and the abstract. Elements similar to Mark Rothko’s color fields interplay with forms reminiscent of the long stretches of Pacific coastline that she calls home. Join us for this interview as Sharon and Nick discuss all things art, from determining what you are drawn to in your art practice, to mixing styles and inspirations, to honoring your creative drive and giving yourself the chance to paint what you enjoy.

#52 DAAS

To see the work of internationally renowned muralist DAAS is to experience many things simultaneously. There is of course the obvious mastery of craft – bright, geometric explosions of color paired with deftly rendered figures provide a feast for the eyes – but there is also something else, a...

#51 JERI LEDBETTER

Jeri Ledbetter is inspired and compelled both by nature’s oddities and man-made structures. She is enthralled with the contrast of, and interplay between, industry and nature. Ledbetter lets her paint and pencil decide the course of her piece; she does not want the involuntary and free hand to...

#50 NADINE RENAZILE

Developing a visual aesthetic rooted in the vibrant mark making of 1960s abstract expressionism, New York based painter Nadine Renazile uses her work as a way of engaging with, and examining, the world around her. Part social critique, part vibrant display of narrative and form, Nadine’s most...

#49 JOHN SEED

The landscape of art is shifting and ever-fluid, shaping itself in response to the era it exists within. This is exemplified particularly well in the book “Disrupted Realism”, by writer John Seed. In this collection of contemporary artists, “Disrupted Realism” describes a stirring new...

#48 PATRICK LEE

The moody, dreamlike paintings of representational artist, Patrick Lee will knock your socks off. Listen in to learn how abstraction plays into Patrick’s process, and how he uses memory and intuition to create his evocative imagery. Highlights from the interview: • Focusing on what’s important...