Editor’s Letter Summer 2014
Dear Friends & Associates, Artvoices has finally crossed the Atlantic and has arrived in the UK! I love London, and I look forward to featuring their community of artists, galleries, museums, and exhibitions in upcoming issues of Artvoices.
Reading, Looking, Seeing, Thinking Art, like all languages, is highly coded and constantly evolving. Its contents are relative and its meanings fugitive.
It’s fairly often these days that I find I’m having two simultaneous conversations with an artist: one about his or her work and another about the business of selling that work. And I’ve got to admit I’m always disappointed, a little let down, as if putting a dollar amount on artwork should sully both [...]
Audrey Frank Anastasi
I admire Audrey Frank Anastasi’s self-challenge; since 1990, she has been painting with what she calls her “less dominant hand”: her left. It’s remarkable for a painter to undertake that kind of physical experiment and to continue it for decades, evolving along a new avenue that develops a fresh sensitivity.