Interviews

In Plato’s philosophy, “Episteme” is termed as knowledge that is justified true beliefs, in contrast to “doxa,” which relates to common belief or opinions. As such, the visual and aural arts project Episteme by Collin McKelvey and John Davis, and published by Little Paper Planes, captures traces of life and living within SFMOMA through a […]

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San Francisco Art Enthusiast visited artist and art therapist Kristina Bell DiTullo in her art studio to discuss her multifaceted arts career. She works in several mediums and has exhibited throughout the United States. An art therapist for as long as she has been an artist, Kristina explains the history of art therapy and how […]

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San Francisco Art Beat visited artist Erik Richard Parra in his art studio in San Francisco’s Mid-Market. Filled with brightly colored large and small canvases, drawings, books, and writings, Erik’s studio chronicles decades of art exhibitions, scholarship, and tenure of teaching at local schools. We talked with Erik about San Francisco, the arts, and past and future artistic ventures. […]

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San Francisco Art Beat talked with artist Melissa Hutton at Hespe Gallery, where she is currently having a solo show of her beautifully colored, multi-layed mixed media artworks throughout the month of October, entitled “You Can Never Go Back.” Below, Melissa discusses her new work and the exciting directions she’s going in both  her art and life. […]

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We present our final artist interview in the three part series for our group exhibit, Spectacular Beasts. This also marks the near end of the Spectacular Beasts group show at Incline Gallery on June 4. Stop by you haven’t seen it yet! This week, we interviewed Sandra Yagi: Please discuss your connections to the San Francisco […]

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This week, the second of our interview series of artists currently exhibiting in the Spectacular Beasts group show at Incline Gallery is artist Travis Kerkela! You’re not from Bay Area– you attended school here and stayed. Any particular reason you’ve stayed? How do you find living and working in San Francisco unique from other places […]

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To celebrate our upcoming exhibition, Spectacular Beasts we begin a three-part interview series with the participating artists. This week, we interviewed artist Scott Greenwalt! What kind of college or educational training did you attend/ undergo? Did or how did this help or otherwise affect your process? I studied painting and sculpture at University of Central Missouri […]

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