5 Questions with Lara Neece

5 Questions with Lara Neece

'I've always been creative, but I hadn't really gotten too deep into fine art. I took some drawing and painting classes and fell in love.'

5 Questions with Honor Bowman Hall

Her art changes with each city she paints in, creating a body of work that’s constantly changing

5 Questions with Nea Hanna

'I knew I was going to do art my entire life, ever since I was a child'

5 Questions with Pedro Covo

'Wherever I am, it doesn’t matter if I’m here or anywhere, I’m painting a Colombian painting'

5 Questions with Caroline E. Hughes

Born and raised on a farm in upstate South Carolina, Hughes’ artistic practice is influenced by the Craftsman movement and informed by her love of history

5 Questions with David Hutchinson

All Things Are the Phoenix is an assemblage of found objects.

5 Questions with Paige Harwell Samek

'I started using resin in my painting and it was like a happy accident'
SINCE 2007, Paige Harwell Samek has been making jewelry for the cool kids under Drainbowland. Her jewelry pulls from 90s nostalgia and pop culture images to imbue any outfit with a unique vibe.

Coming home to Cedar House

The multi-use space is housed inside a stunning 1921 home on the corner of 36th and Abercorn

Decoding her past

Hannah Wolf’s solo exhibition on display this Friday
Wolf took her childhood drawings and replicated them in painting, creating a childlike, innocent feeling

5 Questions with Luke Batchelder

The Alexander Collective is a student-led club that holds peer critiques, art trades, and the third annual Salon Show

Five years of Roots Up Gallery

After Francis Allen passed away, Leslie Lovell and gallery partner Russell Kueker moved into their new space on Whitaker St.
ROOTS Up Gallery is celebrating its fifth anniversary this Wednesday, though you’d be forgiven for thinking it had been around much longer. “It’s been a long road to get here with a lot of ups and downs.


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