In: new

Ana Žanić – One Breath
May 19, 2021

The first time you see Ana Žanić’s watercolor and pencil artwork is like taking a sharp blow to the limbic system. Every one of your senses screams “I know this” but cannot figure out what “this” is or why it knows it. They take on the form of something both organic and subliminal, communicating to us of the past (back to pre-history) and our deeply troubled emotional state we find ourselves in through the pandemic.

Her colour palettes are very natural and gently reassuring… mother earth will take us back into her bosom and help us heal. The meticulous marks speak of long journeys past, and reach out to our future selves to remind us that we have struggled before and have overcome those obstacles… we can do it again.

I reached out to Ana and asked her a few questions.

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Click! The Photography of Stanley Rosenthall
April 12, 2021

“Photography to me is like a kid playing in a sandbox…”

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Cree Tylee
April 9, 2021

Sandy Fairbairn spurs memories in the rust belt wonderland

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Eyewitness
February 16, 2021

Sandy Fairbairn spurs memories in the rust belt wonderland

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Shane Balkowitsch | Wet Plate Collodionist
January 26, 2021

“Art can be a weapon for change and we artists have the ability to wield it at will”

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Shira Gold: Finding her breath
January 25, 2021

Drawing on deeply personal and emotional experiences, Shira Gold’s photographs demonstrate grief, loss, identity, and change.

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Hometown
December 27, 2020

Sandy Fairbairn spurs memories in the rust belt wonderland

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A Taste of Silence: Joel Smith
November 25, 2020

Landscape as requiem

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A Closer Look : Reading a Photograph
October 28, 2020

An independent commentary on photography by Peppa Martin.

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Melanie Crs
October 16, 2020

Melanie Crs is an unabashed, honest-to-goodness New Yorker, and her photographs leave you with no doubt that she lives and breathes the City every waking minute.

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