Artist Profile: Heather Davis

My work springs from my love of architecture and history, and also reflects my curiosity about the future.

Artist Profile: Chris Dei

Through long and disciplined practice of meditation, when the state of Śhūnya is reached, the activities of the mind, intellect and emotions come to a total standstill, and consciousness is experienced in its purest form

Artist Profile: Amy Webster

Artwork and drawing have been a part of my life since I can remember, so painting is my latest endeavor.

Artist Profile: Gail Bean

Whatever my activity, whether I am working with my students, in my studio, taking a walk, or traveling, the creative process is always with me.

Artist Profile: Diane Beem

What I connected with on a very gut level was the confidence, the boldness, and the “wild beast” – throw caution to the wind kind of painting that I saw in the Fauves.

Artist Profile: Kim Langlois

Artist Kim Langlois describes how using alcohol ink is a perfect fit for her fluid style of painting, and how she has embraced teaching others to use this medium.     ABI: Why use alcohol ink as your medium? What is compelling about it? KL: My style of painting is very loose. Since the inks […]

Artist Profile: Leah Wiedemer

Artist Leah Wiedemer describes how a love of traveling and personal connections have inspired her latest love of painting landscapes in oil.     ABI: How have your artwork and mediums evolved through the years? LW: Beginning with watercolor painting florals and still lifes, I next moved on to mural painting with acrylics; then figurative, […]

Artist Profile: Francine Gourguechon

The human body as art and body decoration appears in every culture and is used to symbolize seduction, ritual, social standing or threat.

Artist Profile: Marie Noorani

Artist Marie Noorani‘s richly textured hand-made paper art express her love of the medium and her fascination with the process of destruction and renewal.     ABI:  You are a paper maker. How did you fall in love with this medium? MN:  I discovered paper making through the book arts; for many years, bookbinding was […]

Artist Profile: Karlie Carpentier Rosin

Canadian illustrator and painter Karlie Carpentier Rosin shares her colorful portfolio and her artist story.     ABI:  How has your illustration work evolved over time? KCR:  My illustration work has evolved in a few ways. My techniques have matured from fully traditional to mixing those techniques with digital software such as Photoshop. The way […]