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The Creative Balance of Art and Science: An Interview with Artist Melissa Walter

The Creative Balance of Art and Science: An Interview with Artist Melissa Walter

Melissa Walter has achieved that artistic nexus, where art at science meet and something extraordinary emerges. Her artwork is at once precise and loose.  Balanced geometric lines and solid tones fade into multiple points and scatter, leaving the void to be filled by underlying coloration. Wire and thread emerge from precisely cut holes in solid material to create patterns both beautiful and mesmerizing. Paper cut and manipulated or holes created in random precision give a feeling of order and impending…

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Impressions in Light and Texture: An Interview with Artist Matthew Snyder

Impressions in Light and Texture: An Interview with Artist Matthew Snyder

It is an exciting moment when you find an artist whose style captures your eye and transports you into that other-worldly place within your own imagination. That happened for me the first time I saw Matt Snyder’s work in August of last year.  Since then we have had a few conversations which are always interesting and intelligent. As luck would have it I was able to get some time with Matt this week and get some of his thoughtful insights…

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