Archive for the ‘Kansas City’ Category

Paul Anthony Smith.

Paul Anthony Smith.

“I like to stay focused and work on crafting Paul Anthony Smith. My work is a product of who I am and how I’ve come to see the world. I like to set the mood. I like to have my marking utensils and books in close proximity to where I’m working so I can grab what I need at the moment of flux.”

Johnny Naugahyde.

Johnny Naugahyde.

“Each object or scrap can be a memento, a souvenir or part of a future work. Locations and objects change since I work at home and in my studio. At home, it can be the kitchen table, the basement, the front porch or the back yard. The project determines the location.”

Mike Sinclair.

Mike Sinclair.

“The star of the pictures is our cat Saffron. She is a heat-seeking device and when the computer is on – and there’s no sun shinning in through a window someplace else in the house – she’s my desk mate. The scratches on the wall, to the right of the monitor, are from her frequent […]

Elijah Gowin.

Elijah Gowin.

“I have been working off of this dinner table for a few years now, but just recently moved back to a proper office upstairs where I used to be.   So technically this was an illegal use of this table.  We are trying to keep it clean and, well, for dining. I start off the […]

Davin Watne.

Davin Watne.

“My desk is in the Review Studios in Kansas City, MO. This is where I mix all my paint. It is in the center of my studio. It’s a sacred place.” Davin Watne is an artist based in Kansas City with an established record of professional achievement. He has been awarded several grants and public […]

Tom Corbin.

Tom Corbin.

“From left to right: initial molding of Venus and Mars Tables (male and female figures, covered in lavender mold material), Bikini Bunnee clay in progress, Girl on Swing clay maquette, Flower Study wax maquette. Blank primed canvas is stapled to wall awaiting inspiration. Generally, I have 3 to 4 projects going simultaneously. Blame it on […]


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