• Amelia Alcock-White: The Wonder of Ambiguity

    Working with oil paint, Amelia Alcock-White employs a “wet on wet” technique that mimics the fluidity of water, an ongoing source of investigation in her practice.   Installation Magazine:  When did your fascination with water as a subject first begin? Amelia Alcock-White:  Water as a subject came to the forefront in my art with the […]

    A. Moret No responses June 28, 2013
  • June Wayne: The June Wayne Connection

    The influence of June Wayne extends beyond the walls of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.   Like a stone that ripples water in a pond, her work and legacy continue to influence the practice of Lithography and have impacted the lives of Installation founders A. Moret and Garet Field-Sells.  In many ways she is an artist that […]

    Installation Magazine No responses June 28, 2013
  • Robert Buelteman: High Voltage

    The works of Robert Buelteman are sublime.  The images are evidence of the artist’s hand and the unpredictability of electricity.  The images are not digitally rendered, manipulated or enhanced but created entirely by hand.  By collecting local flora, Buelteman introduces the specimens to the contained environment of his darkroom where the plants are shocked with electricity […]

    A. Moret 2 responses June 27, 2013
  • June Wayne: Eloquent Visionary

    The influence of West Coast Abstract artist June Wayne is unmistakable in the Southern California landscape.  Wayne revitalized the practice of Lithography beginning in 1960 with the founding of the famed Tamarind Lithography Workshop.  Marie Chambers, Director of Louis Stern Fine Arts reflects on the life, legacy, work of the Los Angeles luminary.  Eloquent Visionary […]

    Marie Chambers No responses June 27, 2013
  • Hasan Kale: Ancient Mysticism

    Installation Magazine: What influence has your native Istanbul had on your artistic practice? Hasan Kale: Istanbul is a city that many artists have tried to explain for centuries, but has always kept its mysticism.  That’s the best part.  It will always keep its secrecy and continue to be studied and re-invented.  My job and my city […]

    A. Moret 2 responses June 18, 2013