We recently visited the studio of Atlanta artist Robert Sherer to watch him at work on a new series of wood-burning paintings. Sherer is known for his subtly provocative paintings and drawings, often made with blood, that address issues of race, gender and sexual identity.
Tara Stickley speaks with architect Jeanne Gang and landscape architect Kate Orff about the mindful design and community oriented grounds of the new Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts in Little Rock.
Through digital compositions and personal essay, artist Alexis Childress addresses the making of her work, the treatment of Black beauty in America, and the joy of self-becoming within a Black matriarchal legacy.
E.C. Flamming considers the untraditional and ephemeral portraits in Dana Haugaard's Edge Award exhibition at Swan Coach House Gallery in Atlanta.