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Deborah Jones: Submerged In Color

Deborah Jones, Studio #12, in Deer Harbor, is bringing on color in her vibrant Venetian plaster and gold leaf paintings this year.  Deborah colors plaster on demand, and applies and burnishes each layer using steel trowels and mechanical buffers.   195 more words

Orcas Island Studio Tour

Artist Profile: Eric Dyer

Dyer’s work bestrides cinema and gallery, time and technology, animation and animus, and effectively re-imagines animation through its long, lost past.

      -Paul Wells, author, Re-imagining Animation: the Changing Face of the Moving Image


ManyLaughs, Bringing Comedy To the People

Just a quick heads up on a young comedian from Port Elizabeth making major moves in the comedy space.

His name is Mbulelo Msongelwa aka ManyLaughs and he is crazy talented! 59 more words

Emerging Talent

Why Kip Moore's Wild Ones Is Better Than Therapy When You're In A Weird Mood

It’s no secret that while working on his sophomore album, Wild Ones, Kip Moore was going through some stuff.  The “Running For You” singer has been open about his struggle with depression saying in an interview with ET Canada back in May,“ is something I’m just now falling out of, but that record’s been special to me.”  The album itself doesn’t seem overly heavy or sad, sprinkled with upbeat and sexy tracks like “What Ya Got On Tonight” and fan-favorite “Backseat” but there is something about it that makes it the perfect choice to crank up, roll your windows down, and just drive down some back roads (or in my current case major city highways) and think about life.   130 more words


Introducing the Artists: Rebecca Horner

The third artist to be interviewed by Caitlin Mitchell in our profiling project is Rebecca Horner!

Tell us a bit about yourself.

I’m Rebecca Horner, I’m 23 and I was born in Belgium, raised in Fife but I now live in Dundee. 285 more words