SEARCH BY CATEGORY

 

Where's a place to stand inside of oneself? For painter Anita Wong it's the childhood training she received in Guo Hua Lingnan-style painting. For artist Daniel Hunter, it's connected with the idea of something real. For Dickson Schneider it could be most poignantly located in the exchange with strangers attracted to a piece of art he gives away on the street. [more]

 

Issue# 33               Jun 2017

A Place To Stand

Table of Contents

From the Editor

A Place to Stand
A Conversation with Anita Wong

Portfolio: Tom Lorio

The Idea of Something Real
A Conversation with Daniel Hunter

Portfolio: Tim Rowan

Art of Living: Free Art
A Conversation with Dickson Schneider

A Trip Out West
David Feldman

The Honey Peddler
Ron Hobbs

From Transaction to Trust

Letters, Notes

Indigo Animal
Rue Harrison

 
 
 
Subscribe To Magazine >>
 


Archived Magazine Issues


"To be an artist is not a matter of making paintings or objects at all. What we are really dealing with is our state of consciousness and the shape of our perception...The act of art is a tool for extended consciousness." --Robert Irwin

 

READTHELATEST

Art of Engagement

Monday, Sep 12, 2011

Why are the arts so often considered frills when it comes to what is needed in schools, in politics, in so many parts of life? The capacity for creative response is needed in all walks of life. In this issue we explore art as a tool for social engagement. Read More


Sharing the Wealth

Friday, June 27, 2011

It's been my good fortune to have more than my share of remarkable friends, and several of them appear in this issue of the newsletter. One of the joys of having a venue like this newsletter is that its a vehicle for expanding my own circle. Read More


+Recent Newsletters