"Silver Light No. 2" The COVID-19 global pandemic has brought a sense of pause into our daily lives. People are either trying to stay healthy or battling the illness. In this enforced period of isolation and sheltering-in-place, artists are turning inward into their studio spaces with new perspectives. For Delro Rosco, in his home
Greater Grace is less than five minutes away from Route 895, a major highway. On the church grounds it feels as if it is carefully tucked away in a deeply rooted, off-the-beaten-path community. Greater Grace has two identities that are held together in the spirit of a family. It is both a local Baltimore, Maryland
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
Refraction Phil Irish has continually explored spirituality and the human relationship with natural spaces since 2004. Mixed media, oil paint on panels, and digital elements in each of his exhibitions evolved into Trashing Mountains in 2014. This ongoing project conveys the immense presence of nature, as well as the weight and depth of its modification.
Secret Place Lael Burns’ artwork is delicate dance. The murky, fleshy shapes and celestial glitter bodies tell a story of opposites that interact. It is a painful struggle. Within the intricacy of this exchange, of these gruesome and pleasing elements, there is beauty. “Making art has always been a way for me to process life
IFAF artist Marianne Lettieri has been awarded the Sillicon Valley SV Laureate Award. The award is given by the SV Creates organization to acknowledge achievement in the arts and community involvement that culturally enriches Silicon Valley. Lettieri teaches workshops at the Community School for Music and Arts (CSMA) in Mountainview, California. Lettieri, a mixed
Four years ago, when I interviewed someone was representing Fair Trade organization, she said something that I didn’t quite agree with. She told me that all people were creative. When someone living in darkness is encouraged to experiment with their creativity it reunites them with their humanity. Ultimately, the goal of this organization was to