Collaborative art project raises money, awareness for Women in Need

“Women@Work” (currently on display at the Foundry Art Market) is a single work that was completed by 36 women artists. Developing their portions separately, they didn’t know what the finished image would be or how their piece would fit into it. Fully assembled, they speak as one voice. Continue reading Collaborative art project raises money, awareness for Women in Need

No shooter, no shot: The abstract nature photography of R. K. Dickson

The 10,000 miles, the 1,000 compositions — brutally whittled down to the 39 that constituted the exhibit — and the subsequent month and a half in the dark room were all components of a larger sabbatical experiment proposed by Dickson to explore how creativity works and how these findings can be implemented into Wilson College’s fledgling MFA program. But for Dickson, it was also personal: “I wanted to see if I could be a photographer again.” Continue reading No shooter, no shot: The abstract nature photography of R. K. Dickson