Peter Callesen | International Paper Cut

Peter Callesen is a Danish philosopher who also happens to be a contemporary artist. In examining the works of his career, it is clear that Callesen is consumed with a search for answers to profound subject...
Japanese Doll

Enchanting Ningyo | The Dolls of Japan

Formerly the imperial capital of Japan, the ancient city of Kyoto is home to traditional arts, temples, festivals, and the Gion District. Here, geiko, a woman of the arts, can still be found in full regalia hea...
Mary Marguerite Porter Zwicker, watercolor over print

Appraise It

by Linda Dyer | photography by Jerry Atnip Mary Marguerite Porter Zwicker (Canadian, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1904–1993), view of Nova Scotia fishing shacks, watercolor over print on paper, signed “M. Zwicker”...
Mardi Gras beasts, New Orleans. This is a dreamscape, a call to face our demons.

Libba Gillum | Split Seconds of Time

Famous for claiming, “You cannot step twice into the same river,” the Greek philosopher Heraclitus recognized that people and things are always changing. For most of our days, I think we remain unaware of t...
Wheatfield

Jack Spencer | The Illusionist

Jack Spencer’s photographs make me weak in the knees. They glow. They have mystery. There’s a depth of texture that can transport you from a chaotic world into his soft, dusty one. The subjects speak in whi...