Interview with Susie Wilson

Whatever the subject matter or medium, however much time I have allotted to the piece, however big or small it is intended to be, the gesture is vital Susie Wilson was born in North Walsham, a beautiful countryside village near Cambridge. Ever since she can remember, she has always felt a strong connection to art. […]

Interview with Craig Werkheiser

“I love studying the complexities of the human form, so expressive, and so beautiful. I look for aesthetic qualities depicting emotion through composition, perspective, lighting and color” Craig R. Werkheiser is a talented painter based in Pennsylvania, in the United States. He fell in love with art at a very young age and later studied […]

Interview with Allen Lewis

“Study human anatomy! Understand how the human form comes together” Allan J. Lewis is a talented American artist based in Atlanta, Georgia. His mother made drawings for him when he was a young boy and he has been fascinated by figure drawing ever since. Soon, he earned a reputation as a talented artist in his […]

Interview with Neptalí Quezada

“I believe that figurative art tends to communicate more simply the intention of the artist” *Interview conducted in Spanish, original answers at the bottom* Artist Neptalí Quezada Alvarado was born in Trujillo, Peru, in 1976. Ever since he was a little boy he was interested in art. After earning his bachelor’s degree to become a […]

Interview with Dana Lombardo

“The poses give inspiration and references to give form and substance to my ideas” Artist Dana Lombardo was born and raised in Oklahoma, in the United States. Ever since she was a shy little girl, she draws and uses art to communicate and express her ideas with others. Painting people later became a professional career […]

Interview with David Marteney

“My hope is that my work evokes some kind of conversation about mental health” David Marteney is an American artist located in Columbus, Ohio. He has a strong passion for the human figure and currently his favorite mediums are charcoal and black pastels. Marteney speaks openly about depression and his art has been strongly influenced […]