I was eager and excited to interview expressionist artist Nym Pedersen and get a sneak-peek at the method behind the madness of his exquisitely beautiful expressive works. From where he started to where he is now, here’s the inside scoop on Nym Pedersen. Enjoy: Continue reading “Artist Interview: Nym Pedersen, Expressionist Artist”
Make your way to Roy Wheeler Realty Co.‘s downtown Charlottesville location on weekdays between 9am and 2pm until December 31 and see the spectacular abstract expressionistic paintings, sculptures, mixed media, and drawings of local artist Nym Pedersen. Continue reading ““Nym’s World” – Art Exhibition at Roy Wheeler Realty Co.”
Wen Yu grew up in Suzhou, China, where she earned her B.A. in Visual Communication. After finding inspiration in a graphic design internship, Wen moved to San Francisco to further pursue her love of art. This is where she first developed her interest in cityscapes and urbanization, which you can find present in her mixed media works. Now she’s an arts administrator who helps create international art organizations. Learn more about these organizations, her inspiration, and her travels, below: Continue reading “Artist Interview: Wen Yu, Traveler and Arts Organizer”
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Charlottesville based jewelry designer Rebecca Perea-Kane. Rebecca crafts delicate jewelry inspired by nature, casting many of her pieces directly from found botanical objects (see her “Hollowed Red Oak Acorn” necklace). In addition to jewelry design, she also harbors a passion for writing, having earned an MFA in Poetry from the University of Virginia. Without further ado, here’s our conversation: Continue reading “Artist Interview: Rebecca Perea-Kane, Jewelry Designer and Poet”
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Fall 2018: “What’s the best gift that you’ve ever received?”
After sundown each Christmas, I received the lifelong gift 🎁of a real Christmas 🎄 by going with our daddy quietly around to the Birmingham Jail, the Home for Unwed Mothers, the Children’s Home, and to visit the children in the iron lungs at Carraway Hospital.
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