Lee Ann Sporn’s art draws attention to the wondrous beauty of life forms that are very common, and often overlooked, discarded, or actively reviled. When displayed, these drawings are hung in ornate and elaborate frames.
Interview with Sarah J. Hart Isabella Padrón, who goes by Izzy, grew up in a home full of music: Celtic ballads, Broadway musicals, church chorus, the Afro-Cuban All Stars. Izzy’s mother sings and her father is a percussionist. Izzy gravitated… Read more ›
I lived nowhere near an ocean; I’d never seen a whale. But when I was young I believed the most impossible things. The sky was a whale wrapped around the earth and the moon its smiling eye. Some nights I… Read more ›
“What’s made you who you are today?” “Adversity,” Randy answers, and smiles. Randy cuts an unimposing figure. He’s discretely built, even a bit stooped, but there is a quiet gravity to his presence. Randy is the sort of person who, in… Read more ›