Artist Interview: Letitia Huckaby

"Black is Beautiful" Family, culture, and faith are enduring themes in Letitia Huckaby’s art.  Her family’s birthplace, the American south, is a tremendous part of her practice.  Having grown up abroad in Europe, photography was a bridge for her to connect to her Southern relatives when her family returned to the States. “I was learning

Artist Interview: Sandra Bowden

One Hundred Percent Sandra Bowden’s legacy lies in the intersection of faith and fine art.  Her work has been shown throughout North America, Italy, and Jerusalem, Israel.  International universities and institutions – The Vatican among them – hold Bowden’s work in their collections.  Bowden’s artistry was recognized during her teen years, building a

ShenShen210 Creates Mural on Rosebud Reservation

Senate Bill No. 55 was passed in South Dakota on March 29, 2019, stating that all public schools in the state must display the United States national motto “In God We Trust” in a highly visible location.  Renowned street art artist ShenShen210 was commissioned by International Fine Art Fund to create a mural at Todd

Natalie Salminen Rude – Liturgy of Hours

Compline : Night Natalie Salminen Rude, sculptor and encaustic artist, currently has work on view at the Duluth Art Institute.  Up next, she is showing new work at Lizzard’s Gallery (August 8th), and there are a few haiku workshops on her studio calendar. Salminen Rude is no stranger to the creative process.  Her willingness to evolve

Shen Studio

ShenShen210 is known for her soulful portraits. Throughout her career she has elevated aerosol art and broken boundaries, bringing the street art medium to charity mural projects, art galleries, and the Olympics. While staying true to her roots in the graffiti art world, Shen’s signature style has taken her to many places where she didn’t

Cameron Anderson

Foretaste (for Jay) Cameron Anderson’s artwork explores divine mystery, expressions of worship and wonder in the midst of the unknown.  Limited color fields expand with experimental textures. Precise lines and shapes facilitate an otherworldly sense of dimension.  Anderson is considered a fine artist, but he calls himself a maker, an identity that was evident at an

Jerusalem Biennale: Noa Arad Yairi

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcRHmlc8UM8 Over on our artist talk page we feature interviews from our Art+Soul youtube channel.  Here is our latest from sculpture artist Noa Arad Yairi.  We met Noa in her studio while we were in Israel, where she spoke to use about three series' of her sculpture works that explore feminism, ritual, and what it

Reflections: The Armory 2018 Pt. 1

Pieter Vermeersch Pierter Vermeersch, represented by the Perrotin Gallery, uses concepts of light and dimension in his paintings.  Color gradiance ranged from subtle to bold expressions of light interacting with different textures and elements.  Semi-precious minerals were present within some of the pieces and served as a source of inspiration in Vermeersch’s color choices.  Striations

Matti Sirvio – “When Words Get Tired”

"The Storm is Passing Over" Matti Sirvio’s current exhibition When Words Get Tired is on view at the artist's gallery is Muscat, Oman.  With this collection of works, Sirvio expresses his observations of society and the larger, deeper messages that don’t sink in.  With the increasing pace of life and technology has come the gradual loss

ART+SOUL Video Interview: Eliad Landau

https://youtu.be/tEK1znown6Y “My artistic quest is my life quest.  It’s a spiritual quest.  It’s a search of connection, renewal, and community.” -Eliad Landau We met Eliad Landau at his home in the West Bank outside of Jerusalem.  He was one of the Contemporary artists being featured in the Jerusalem Biennale last fall.  The small community of Gevaot

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