Norma Minkowitz

So many found objects and textiles, how did this combination come about? Early on in the 1970's my work was both knitted and crocheted in opaque…


Norm Sartorius

You comment, “It’s (a spoon) an instrument, a tool of nurturing that is universal, or very close to universal, in the human experience.” Discuss.…


Charlene Foster

How influential was the Avon Place Glass in Cambridge, USA have on your early career? Avon Place Glass was the first hot shop I stepped foot into,…


Katherine Downey Miller

How important is your environment to your past and current work? Growing up in New England, the weather and change of seasons became very important…


Preston Singletary

Can you expand how important, your glass art has been to your own Tlingit cultural heritage. I cannot claim that my work is any more important than…


Nancy Newmen-Rice

Through lines, geometry, windows, parquet floors, staircases, contemporary buildings,  gothic cathedrals, both internal and external, Nancy Newman…


Christine Aaron

Christine Aaron, Porchester, NY, USA Making her mark in paper and wood with amazing effects. Zoneone Arts brings Christine Aaron to you… You call…


Reiko Miyagi

East meets West and Reiko Miyagi produces new ceramics Zoneone Arts brings Reiko Miyagi to you…   Can you explain about your pottery training and…


Pete Sack

Pete Sack, North Carolina, USA Sack shows and explains how he creates his images through his seven stage process... Zoneone Arts brings Pete Sack to…


Muffy Clark Gill

Takes the old craft of batik; into contemporary art, giving it an new life. Zoneone Arts brings Muffy Clark Gill to you…   I  first discovered…


Jan Huling

Jan Huling, New York, USA Beads, beads and more beads make up the art by Jan Huling. Zoneone Arts brings Jan Huling to you… What lead you to beads?…


Yevgeniya Kaganovich

Yevgeniya Kaganovich, Milwaukee, USA How does Kaganovich find the time? With this complex mix, Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Art…


Tasha Lewis

Tasha Lewis, New York, USA Tasha Lewis explains how she showed her art around the world.  The Swam went from the South Pole to her home city, New…


Deborah Kruger

Deborah Kruger, Chapala, Mexico Deborah Kruger’s inspiration is taken from bird migrational patterns.  Kruger’s work is a story, interwoven with…


Sean Flood

Music, impacts on Sean Flood's art, depending on the rhythm or beat playing as he paints. We are aware of movement and sound in all his urban…


Jennifer Krause Chapeau

You were a finalist in the Luxembourg Art Prize, - Can you explain… about the Luxembourg Art Prize?         Yes I was one of 12 finalists selected…


Joseph Genova

How does your connections to Italy influence your art? Ever since I was a little boy in Italy, art took centre stage in my life. I was attracted to…


Anton Thomas

Can you discuss how important research and preparation is to your work? I estimate that some 35-40% of my overall labour time is research and prep,…


Caroline Bullock

Can you briefly explain the process of cyanotype and how you use this technique?  Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan…


Karen LaMonte

Rather than ask Karen LaMonte to repeat herself by answering my questions Zoneone Arts knows you will be enthralled by watching the video as Karen…


Francesca Vitali

How did you first become involved with paper? I have always folded paper since I was a kid. My parents' store, among other things used to run a lotto…


Carol Milne

Although it seems absurd, as an artist, I am much more interested and involved in the act of creation over the finished product. And it makes me…


Tina Puckett

You call your work ‘Woven Art’ can you expand on this choice of words?  My mother gave me a gift of a class on weaving an Egg Basket in the fall of…


Amy Genser

‘The sources of my work are textures, patterns, and grids.’ discuss your statement in relationship to your work. I love order and some form of…


Melissa Jay Craig

You make your own paper – what are the sources of your base materials? More and more, the fibres I use are ones I harvest from my small yard,…


Susan Wechsler

You can thank your mother for your mosaic art - explain.  My mom has always been a big influence on my creative life.  She is an artist too at a time…


Ola Shekhtman

Explain your training in St Petersburg in Russia? I was born in Siberia, but when I was 23 I moved to St Petersburg, worked as customs specialist in…


Stephen Knapp

Can you explain briefly the technique you use to produce your lightpaintings? Working with shapes that I have drawn my assistants cut and polish…


Karina Furhman

How often do you ask a person to pose for you? I imagine sculpting everyone I see. Everyone has beautiful details either in the bone structure or in…


Joan Waters

You began your art training in 1976 when did the use of welded steel begin and how? Some background—I was born in England, and grew up in Baltimore,…


Kristy Kun

Can you please comment on the statement, ‘Harnessed by the warmth and touch of her hands, wool emerges in a new dimension?’ I really can't stop my…


Amber Cowan

“I rework objects currently relegated to the aesthetic dustbin of history.  I reincarnate them into ornate abstractions.” Discuss this statement in…


Patrick Taylor

Comment on where you live and how it gives you your artistic inspiration? I have spent the better part of my childhood in the Southern United States.…


Barbara Burns

Can you expand on your relationship with fashion and your tapestry Revolution! Fashion Series? For about 10 years, I volunteered at a local…


Nicole Aquillano

What lead you to leave your former career and take up a full time career in ceramics? I realized that life was too short to not love what I do…


Dinah Maxwell-Smith

 Colour and light is a signature of your work can you expand on this? I LOVE colour and light.  Colour is wonderful because it sings.  There is joy…


Aimee Lee

 Discuss the progress you have taken to get to paper making.             Music             Book art             Papermaking It's not inevitable…


Lori Reed

You grew up in the country, has this helped to heighten your vision of colour and space? Surrounded by views of pasture, woods and cornfields, I…


James Wilson

 Can you briefly discuss your photographic history in relations to the Wilson Studio? Historically speaking, Wilson Studio is four generations old…


Nancy Raasch

Can you discuss the technique of mulberry paper and why you are so impressed with it? Joomchi is a traditional Korean craft. You combine sheets of…


Zach Collins

Can you explain what you understand as Analog Collage? Analog Collage is term used to contrast “Digital Collage”. For me, this includes manually…


Ryder Richards

You work and call Texas home; was it your education that brought you to Texas.  Discuss how Texas has developed and nurtured you and your artistic…


Shannon Weber

Discuss how your work, had to be self-taught? When I first started making objects while living in a remote area along the Rogue River in Oregon, I…


Lanny Bergner

When do you decide which of your work will be large pieces or installation pieces? This varies depending on the exhibition venue. Sometimes I will do…


Jan Hopkins

Can you discuss the way you continue to use organic materials such as, plant pods, flowers, and peel? I love the challenge of finding new materials…


Meg Little

Explain the importance your move to Cornwall, in the UK, was to the development of your art in rug making? I moved to Cornwall in 1984 right after…


Latchezar Boyadjiev

Originally you worked in the field of optical glass, can you explain this process and the type of work you were able to produce using this method?…


Luanne Rimel

Discuss why you tend to work in series? The content of my work deals with Time, i.e. the passage of time, memory, remembrance, decay, and even…