Evan Leavitt

July 2014       A Wet Seed Wild Artist’s Statement The American South exists in its own unique dimension of time, caught in juxtaposition between truth and myth. The sense of place I experience within the Southern environment is profound … Read More

Todd Smith

July 2014   Untitled Artist’s Statement I became a photographer because I realized, after some early attempts at painting, that photography was a more pleasurable process, and the results were far more satisfying. I love the hunt, and I love the … Read More

Tim Lewis

      Untitled Artist’s Statement It seems like it was in the creek behind my house where I grew up. Even before first grade, I became fascinated with the natural world and spent hours investigating every aspect of that little … Read More

Susan K. Friedland

posted in: Animals, Profile, Water

July 2014   Eat Times Four   Biography Susan Kazlow Friedland graduated from Oberlin College and took masters level courses at the University of Georgia, Massachusetts College of Art, and the Atlanta College of Art. Subsequently, Susan pursued a successful … Read More

Margaret B. Smith

July 2014   Untitled Artist’s Statement I have a spiritual connection with water. For many years it was not something that I considered consciously. About ten years ago, my marriage of thirty years began unraveling. It was as if I had … Read More

Lisa Eveleigh

posted in: Abstract, Mississippi, Water

July 2014   Gulf Abstract Artist’s Statement I like to find the edge of reality, where the subject is real but not real. Water lends itself to this view. I especially seek out the points where water and the built environment … Read More

Kevin Thrasher

posted in: Profile, Urban, Virginia, Water

    July 2014   Richmond, Virginia Artist’s Statement Brown’s Island I’m interested in the idea that we use the land that we have. When left to our own devices, we’re pretty creative. Seeing people gather on a small beach to … Read More

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