Interview with Scott McIntire, Part 2

This is the second in a three-part feature. The interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of November in the Featured Artist link to the right.   Please tell us a bit about your general work process I retired from doing any commercial artwork years ago so I could concentrate totally on my […]

Interview with Scott McIntire Part 1

This is the first in a three-part feature. The interview in its entirety can be found throughout the month of November in the Featured Artist link to the right. Scott McIntire’s work is both instantly recognizable and endlessly intriguing. A striking blend of hyper-realist imagery and vivid patterning that invites the viewer to ask the inevitable […]

Work for Hire – Just Say No

I think it’s safe to say that artists as a whole are generally considered a little “different”, and rightly so. We tend to fit the clichés of coloring outside the lines and thinking outside the box. We also tend to be gluttons for attention, we want our work to be seen and appreciated and are often […]

The Harp Twins Interview (Part 3)

This is the conclusion of a three-part feature. You have also done a good bit of acting work, can tell us a bit about that? We’ve done some acting work for commercials and films. We think we most enjoyed filming “Politics of Love”. The cast, crew, and director were so wonderful to work with and we […]

The Harp Twins Interview (Part 2)

This is the second of a three-part feature. Please tell us a bit about your general work process. We always start our creative process by listening to the song we’re going to arrange again and again. We usually start with building the melodic framework and then start discussing other elements. Often we’re tweaking arrangements even as […]

The Harp Twins Interview (Part 1)

Camille & Kennerly Kitt, known collectively as the Harp Twins, are definitely two of a kind. In fact they are currently the world’s the only known professional harp playing identical twins. With their immense popularity, personal charm and dedication to their many fans, they are also spearheading a small phenomenon, which they have dubbed the […]

The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 6) – Look how far we’ve come

My interest in Art Nouveau and especially Mucha’s work goes back quite a long way, it was probably even there before I had a name that I could put to it. That love of organic shapes in a decorative application and a love of the skillful use of line. I think I first fell in […]

The Art of Fae Nouveau (Part 5) – I got the music in me

Music has always been a great source of inspiration for my art so it should come as no surprise that my musical interests would find their way into the ongoing Fae Nouveau project. I touched on that subject in Part 4 and this is very much a continuation of that thought. ICE QUEEN (2010) © Herb […]