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The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and Isabella Garrucho Fine Art Debut: The Art of a Cure at the 13th Annual Dreams in the City
05Jun

The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation and Isabella Garrucho Fine Art Debut: The Art of a Cure at the 13th Annual Dreams in the City

About The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation: The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate, and committed to curing diabetes. Its mission - to provide the Diabetes Research Institute with the funding necessary to cure diabetes now - is a testament to

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Daniel Anderson – The Art of Becoming an Artist
05Oct

Daniel Anderson – The Art of Becoming an Artist

It only takes a few minutes of conversation with Daniel Anderson to understand why he considers himself to be, above all else, an “idea person.” He is continually seeking to expand and evolve his own potential, pushing the creative boundaries of both his mind and his materials with an energy

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Ron Greene – The Art of Changing Perceptions
10Jul

Ron Greene – The Art of Changing Perceptions

Artist Ron Greene creates a window into his ongoing exploration of the world through abstract drawings and photographs. By capturing fragile moments, Ron’s drawings offer his viewer the potential to gaze inside their own subconscious. His art forges a link between observation and reality, demonstrating the ways in which technology

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Cecilia Arrospide – The Art of Painting for Pleasure
05Jul

Cecilia Arrospide – The Art of Painting for Pleasure

Drawing inspiration from the graceful landscapes of her homeland, Peruvian artist Cecilia Arrospide gives the viewer a glimpse into her vibrant world. Cecilia’s expertise includes colorful collages, abstract paintings, and black-and-white ink drawings. With a deep love and deft perception of color, Cecilia creates immersive artwork that reflects her motto

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Paul Manes: Reality
15Apr

Paul Manes: Reality

As I prepare for my interview with Paul Manes, I get excited. Here is a man who has influenced the art world for over 30 years. Textbooks reference his work as perfect examples of aesthetic; of balance between light and dark; of the use of space. I start with small

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James Fortune: Legends
10Apr

James Fortune: Legends

James Fortune was in the right place at the right time when he was thrown quite suddenly into the world of photographing the greatest rock n’ roll bands of the 20th century. I had the honor of being able to speak with him about his experiences and what he has

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The Art of David Yarrow
05Apr

The Art of David Yarrow

Wildlife photographer David Yarrow spent the onset of the New Year trekking knee-deep through Japanese snow. While many tourists prefer to visit the island of Hokkaido during the summer, Yarrow believes that the winter best characterizes Northern Asia, where blizzards blow a deep, white serenity over the wilderness. Seeming to

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Sergio Valenz – Stories
20Jan

Sergio Valenz – Stories

The ART of (TAO): How did you find your passion for art? Sergio Valenz (SV): Ever since was a child I was passionate about drawings and expressing myself through art so I never experienced a search because art was already a very important part of my life.   TAO: Where

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Don Frost, Freeform
20Jan

Don Frost, Freeform

The ART of (TAO): You were recognized for your work at a very young age (6 years old). How do you think this early recognition affected your development as an artist? Don Frost (DF): Acquiring such acclaim at the innocent age of six was two­-sided. This award gave me a

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