The prolific Nashville artist is known for his playful paintings that, despite their seemingly casual execution, still begin as studies in Anderson’s sketchbook.
The choreographer talks about collaboration, performing in unconventional spaces, adapting myths to modern-day storytelling and performance, and dance as an art practice.
Originally from St. Louis, Katherine Miller is an MFA candidate Printmaking + Book Arts at the University of Georgia. She references the handwritten letter to explore themes of slowness, distance, embodiment, and emotional intimacy.
Deepanjan Mukhopadhyay, an MFA candidate in photography at the University of Georgia, creates thought-provoking works that subtly address issues of post- and neo-colonialism.
BURNAWAY kicks off our new “Sketchbook” series, in which we’ll provide a peek into artists’ creative processes. Have you ever looked at an artist’s sketchbook? They can be an intimate look inside the mind of an artist. Sometimes an artist’s final work is clearly laid out in studies, and sometimes the final work looks nothing…
The Bulgarian-born, New York-based artist and designer talks about the development of her graphic style and her determination to use her art to speak out on social issues.