Niki Havecost, Sculptor and Printmaker

A process of of growth, evolution and restoration. In this episode my guest is Niki Havecost, a Minnesota artist who works and teaches in Rochester Minnesota. Niki actively exhibits her work in galleries and has been teaching drawing and printmaking since 1999. Currently she teaches at the Rochester Art Center. I was very intrigued […]

Daniel Ballesteros – Photographer   This episode was originally going to be a blog post about Daniel Ballesteros, following a presentation he made here at UCONN last October. His body of work and the technical requirements of his photographic process, wet plate colloidal were evocative and and engaging, but what struck me most powerfully is that he was […]

Elliott Katz, Sculptor, Photographer Play in new window | DownloadMultimedia Sculptor Elliot Katz is my guest this month. He recently graduated UCONN’s MFA program and he is currently the Studio Manager at Seven Below Arts Initiative, a residency program in Burlington Vermont. Check Elliott’s portfolio and as you can see, photography plays a significant and unusual role in […]

Shane Morrissey, Sculptor Creativity …is problem solving that allows you to communicate clearly My guest this month is Shane Morrissey. I spoke with Shane April last year following his completion of the MFA program at the University of Connecticut. During our conversation we discussed his experience with art as he grew up and the residency experiences that prepared him […]

Micah Cash, Painter and Photographer Play in new window | DownloadMicah Cash is a painter and photographer who graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2014. His work focuses on landscapes that are a combination of natural and manmade activity. He uses the two media to present different perspectives of the same location. The result is visual a conversation […]

Kathryn Myers Interview Pt 2: India Play in new window | DownloadIn the second half of my interview with Kathryn Myers we hear her talk about how she got her first residency in India and the powerful influence it has had on her career. She covers a variety of topics such as: – differences between American and Indian art communities […]

Kathryn Myers Interview Pt 1: Painter and Teacher Play in new window | Download  This is the first of a two part interview with Kathryn Myers, Painting and Drawing Professor at the University of Connecticut. In part one she talks about her experiences in graduate and undergraduate school and teaching art at the University of Connecticut. Her current work in painting and […]