Logan Shanks visits the studio of Anya M. Wallace to talk about the aesthetic lexicon of Black femme sexuality in the American South.
Studio Visit (9)
Heather C. MacRae visits the Savannah-based studio of painter and accumulator Faran Riley Peterson to converse on what it means to be a curator of natural artifacts.
Maria Owen visits the studio of Nashville-based painter Alex Kimball whose work relies on sorting through scrap and finding meaning in fragments.
Maria Owen stops in at Lina Tharsing’s studio in Lexington to discuss her ongoing paintings, meditation, monuments, iconography, and dreams.
Rounding out a series of intimate conversations, Jodie Bass profiles and visits the studio of Letitia Quesenberry, a Louisville-based artist who extends the boundaries of visual perception.
Writer Maria Owen meets South Carolina-born painter, Caroline Absher, in her Williamsburg studio to speak with her on the power of a cosmic wink.
Artist and writer Katz Tepper met Richmond based artist Abed Shalabi over the summer during a residency. The two kept their conversation going through a studio visit.
Courtney McClellan speaks with John Hee Taek Chae, a painter based in Richmond, Virginia.
In the first entry of Burnaway’s new Studio Visit column, Emily Llamazales enters into a Wild West fun house to speak with Atlanta based artist Shawn Campbell.