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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.

#59 DELITA MARTIN

Throughout history, the marginalization of Black women has led to problematic representations of their roles within community and family structures, as well as problematic visual and textual representations; thus making it difficult to document their positive contributions within collective...

#58 DANA LYNN LOUIS

Dana Lynn Louis is a multidisciplinary artist whose entire body of work is based on the theme of interconnectedness. From her exhibitions, installations and the collaborative foundation she created to direct humanitarian connections, everything she does is for the purpose of imbuing spaces with...

#57 LAURIE SHAPIRO

Los Angeles based mixed media artist Laurie Shapiro, creates otherworldly and psychedelic immersive installation art with her paintings, murals, and sculptures. Her work is driven by an insatiable need to inquire about the nature of how we perceive the world. In this Inspiration interview,...

#56 DEBORAH ZLOTSKY

Deborah Zlotsky’s abstract paintings are filled with colorful forms that connect and disconnect, move in space and seem to flatten on the canvas at the same time. They reference 1960s psychedelia and the graphic boldness of Pop painting, and pay homage to Surrealist and Renaissance traditions...

#55 DAVID HORNUNG

“For me, painting is a bit like sailing. If you want to reach a lighthouse, you can’t go straight for it; you have to tack from left to right. My tacking takes me between the two poles of abstraction and representation. I’m constantly negotiating the divide between fact and fiction.” ~ David...