GILDA OLIVER’S PURPOSEFUL CREATIVITY

While few women artists have cracked the art world’s glass ceiling, Gilda Oliver has prevailed within the international art world, as well as within intimate local communities with her unique brand of creativity. The art world recently reexamined gender bias with guest-editor Maura Reilly crunching the numbers and leading the discussion in the June edition … Continue reading GILDA OLIVER’S PURPOSEFUL CREATIVITY

GILDA OLIVER’S COMMUNITY ART

My personal work and community art artwork tries to connect people to an interior spiritual beauty which often goes unrecognized and unappreciated. — Gilda Oliver Gilda Oliver’s portfolio is disarmingly impressive.  The artist’s aspiration to invite the viewer to participate in her affirmative brand of creativity translates to a worldwide fascination with a remarkably generous … Continue reading GILDA OLIVER’S COMMUNITY ART

AN INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST JAN NELSON

 Jan Nelson is among an intriguing generation of contemporary artists who have come to creative fruition comparatively late in life.  Artspace magazine recently scrutinized this emerging group likening them to a fine wine ready to be decanted.  In the following interview, the artist introduces himself and answers detailed questions on a range of topics. Art Copy: … Continue reading AN INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST JAN NELSON

THE 2015 PROJECT: 50 ARTISTS DISCUSS THEIR WORK

Gilda Oliver’s Pride and Joy was republished in the May edition of Fine Arts Magazine  at http://issuu.com/victorforbes/docs/2015_spring_fine_art_magazine/22 *  *  *  *  * The Challenge: to examine 50 artists and their work in 326 days. The Contender:  Brenda Haroutunian, risking her pride on a crazed assignment with an uncertain outcome In the meantime, she’ll be scouring material from … Continue reading THE 2015 PROJECT: 50 ARTISTS DISCUSS THEIR WORK

AN INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST BRITTINI RENEE

Brittini Renee returns to Art Copy to share her ideas about the contemporary artist.  She has recently joined her creative efforts with community projects that raise awareness and resources.  I’ve enjoyed being an onlooker to the creative development of this young artist, poet,  and now  community animator.  Please join us for an interview with a … Continue reading AN INTERVIEW WITH ARTIST BRITTINI RENEE