How to Make Custom Terracotta Pots

This project is so easy! What’s fun about it is the fact that the possibilities are almost limitless. You can paint it however you want, add labels for plants and herbs, draw something or even add trinkets! Directions For Basic Painting 1. It’s always important to measure twice, cut (in this case, paint) once. Mine were 1 inch apart and I just marked each with … Continue reading How to Make Custom Terracotta Pots

Interview with Nicole Ruggiero: Part One

Nicole Ruggiero and I talk memes, culture and copycats in this interview from 2016. Nicole Ruggiero is a 3D artist living and working in New York City. Her work is heavily technology centered and its connection to culture. Do you wanna talk about memes and what you did with them for this show? ​I don’t know if anyone intentionally creates memes but I think it’s … Continue reading Interview with Nicole Ruggiero: Part One

Backlog: Interview with Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet

Schelsey and I talked over a year ago about feminism, Instagram and of course her own art. Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet is a gallery owner and artist living in Los Angeles. Her gallery, Lei Min Space, is located in Chinatown. Her own work is often female and organic forms in all variety of colors. I wanted to ask you about how this whole thing came about. How … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet

Backlog: Interview With Tim Hoyt

I spoke with Tim a few months ago about his time in Berlin, his love of narrative, and what it’s like dating a fellow artist.Tim Hoyt creates paintings that take the viewer into new worlds. As a graduate of  The American University in Washington, D.C. his skills in painting, especially his notable foreshortening and use of color, are impressive. Hoyt lives in New York but … Continue reading Backlog: Interview With Tim Hoyt