Tag: painting

Meg Franklin is a fellow artist, New York Academy of Art student and good friend of mine.  She is an incredible talent and one of the most creative individuals I’ve met in quite some time.  Not only does Meg work as a visual artist, she also has her MFA in creative writing.  She runs a […]

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Even though Aleah and I are in the same age bracket, going to the same school and she is someone I would consider a friend or confidant, I was nervous to interview her. Risking sounding strange, I admit that I’m a big fan. Her work has always exuded this pure sincerity and it is something […]

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What an artist can create on paper, canvas, or with clay, is quite magical.  A mere thought can be turned into a tangible masterpiece with the ability to awe, inspire and connect strangers. To get a glimpse into an artist’s process and be able to share in their creation is like getting the opportunity to […]

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The general art loving/collecting public doesn’t often get to see the artist’s perspective behind the finished canvas. There’s often a lot more to the work hanging on the white wall before you. There’s a real human being there that is often overlooked and unrealized. The Academy has some exhibition opportunities for students attending. Deck The Walls […]

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I am finally finding myself with moments of free time.  I almost forgot what they feel like.- I’ve been attempting to absorb all that has happened in these last 4 months before I dive into lengthy posts about how much life has changed (and yet as I sit in my philadelphia living room, in my […]

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I have slacked on my posting quite a bit since May.  School starts on September 6th and I have been trying to keep my head afloat in order to have a smooth transition for this big adventure. I had a blip in my process early on.  My financial aid went through just fine, but my […]

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