“I came up with a set of rules for myself to follow and prepped about 20 pieces of maple and walnut plywood to work with….As I began working in this direction I quickly discovered that my plan was flawed.”
Category: Around Town
“For Cabada, a painting must transcend its role as an object or style and reach its full potential by reminding people that life is full of illusions.”
“I think that just because an artist shows work in a condo building doesn’t mean the artist isn’t striving to create work that ‘challenges social and political norms.’”
“I head back to Southeast Asia next week. I had lived there for four years (my mother is Thai), completing all of high school there. Each year brought unique experiences that ultimately laid the brickwork for who I am today.”
In this post on The Studio Visit, Deborah McLeod interviews visual artist Barbara Bernstein. Their conversation considers accepted conventions, and Bernstein’s creative and conceptual process of questioning them.