Miggs Burroughs interviews local arts legend, lenticular photographer, podcaster, and Artist Collective co-founder… Miggs Burroughs! Get a rare look inside his studio, where over the years he has created everything from the covers of Time Magazine, to a US postage stamp, to logos for just about every organization in town.
Get a rare peek inside the studio of sculptor Niki Ketchman, who's sculptures may be found outdoors on a museum lawn, or inside on a tabletop. She works with a combination of industrial and domestic materials to create a world where art, craft and design intersect.
Artist, arts educator and activist Darcy Hicks works in a variety of mediums, from oil paint, to gold leaf, to mirrors, to animal skulls. We visit Darcy in her studio, where she gives us an up close look at how she uses gold and silver to capture the effects of light and reflection on the surfaces of her pieces.
Artist and jewelry designer Joanie Landau's passionate sense of color is evident in everything she creates--from traditional printmaking, to jewelry design to her latest endeavor, digital colligraphs. Learn how she transforms her own original photography into a series of powerful, multilayered, statement pieces.
Amy Kaplan's background as a textile designer and colorist has influenced her artwork in many ways, most notably her Dreamweaves series, which she describes as a way to weave together our memories of a time, place and space, in her interview with Miggs.
Painter Sherri Wolfgang is best known for her statement-making, life size figurative works, which draw on the techniques of the Renaissance and the old masters. We visit Sherri in her studio, to get a closeup look at her current series, American Pathos, and watch a painting come to life.
Painter Susan Fehlinger's richly textured seascapes and cityscapes are created entirely by using a palette knife. Recorded in her studio and surrounded by her work, Susan discusses how she captures color and light, and gives a short demonstration of her technique.
Part-anthropologist, part scientist and part set-designer, photographer Emily Laux had been exploring how people experience their environments through her unique botanicals and landscape and she discusses her body of work on biodiversity and shows us what she is currently working on.
Art Committee member and photographer MaryEllen Hendricks discusses her love of early 20th century photographic techniques, and lets us follow along as she shoots a new image for her Thin Spaces Project. Interview by Miggs Burroughs.
Hear about this collection of works by 92 artists, which includes an explanatory narration by artists Howard Munce and Leonard Everett Fisher. The video highlights the richness of Westport's graphic art heritage while celebrating the newly reinstalled collection.