Archive for April 2017

Inspiration from Travel and Being Curious: An Interview with Erin Palovick

Erin Palovick is an Atlanta-based visual and performance artists featured at WonderRoot’s “The Gathering”, where her four part “Glossary of a Shrine” is displayed. Palovick’s work is subtly fortified with her experiences and interpretations from travel and experiences that are divine and transcendent in nature. Palovick’s work, whether making marks on paper, sounds in space,…

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Magical Realism and Chicana Pride with Laura Vela

Written and Interviewed by Naya Clark Laura Vela is a Chicana, interdisciplinary based in Atlanta. Vela’s welcoming charm without having to say much at all. Although limited words may give the first impression of being timid, it is offset by great hair, tattoos, and pizza socks, which she sported during our conversation. Graduating from Kennesaw…

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Talking Healing, Ritual, and Connectivity with Angela Davis Johnson

Interviewed and Written by Naya Clark A conversation with Angela Davis Johnson is a conversation of peace and wisdom. Johnson’s voice maintains the soothing quality of speaking to a relative which gives her work a deeper context. Johnson, an interdisciplinary visual artist, does work in between Atlanta and Little Rock, Arkansas. Her work primarily consists of her painted…

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Textures within Textures: The Works of Manty Dey

Written by Naya Clark   Manty Dey is an Indian Born, Atlanta raised artist who painting, paper, and acrylic in a way that expresses texture, emotion, and process. Dey is very well achieved, having originally gained artistic education at Georgia State University, where she earner her Bachelors in Drawing and Painting and later, her MFA in…

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