One of the most intriguing facets of a work of art, to me, is the process of how the piece came to be. In order to not only inspire and create a dialogue between myself and other artists, but also create a stronger connection and personal dialog with the artist and their audience, I began making studio visits to local and national creatives in order to "pull back the curtain" on their artistic process. These photo essays, along with a short interview, are typically run as featured articles on The Post Family website. These visits have become a catalyst for a potential book of artists' make-spaces that I hope to publish.
One would expect established creative types to be exclusionary and withholding. These individuals embody what it truly means to be an artist--one who generously shares their time and talents so that the world can be a more positive and aesthetically pleasing place to live.
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