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Paula Eiselt, 33
Art Business

Paula Eiselt, 33

New York – Telling the stories of insular communities is a challenge for any veteran filmmaker, but it’s one Paula Eiselt artfully mastered in her debut film, “ 93Queen .”...

Eric Baker: Out of This World
Art Business

Eric Baker: Out of This World

UGA alumnus Eric Baker ABJ ’90 grew up with Star Wars. Now, he is overseeing construction of thousands of props for the immersive Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Disney theme parks, opening in...

Surviving An Art Sales Slump
Art Business

Surviving An Art Sales Slump

If you’ve been in the art business for any length of time, you’ve probably experienced an art sales slump. I’m not talking about an overall drop in the market (like the one we...

A Talk on the Wilde Side:
Fine Art

A Talk on the Wilde Side:

A young mother whose eight-year-old son was abducted a year earlier awakens in the middle of the night. She remembers her last day with him, how he was eating a cookie during a happy family road...

Low Art on the High Seas
Art Business

Low Art on the High Seas

Amy Chozick has a piece in the New York Times about the mental decline of pop artist Peter Max and how his son has allegedly been exploiting him since the onset of his dementia a few years ago. The...

A Design Lover’s Guide to Detroit
Art Business

A Design Lover’s Guide to Detroit

Following decades of decline, government corruption, and the collapse of the auto industry, Detroit filed the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history in 2013. But what’s happened since, in...

5 Questions with David Hutchinson
Art Business

5 Questions with David Hutchinson

IN EXCITING news for lovers of accessible art, Sulfur Art Services has resurrected the Drive Thru Art Box behind Green Truck Pub. The Drive Thru Art Box was started in 2012 by SeeSAW, or See Savannah...

Company Men
Art Business

Company Men

“My dad has the knowledge, and I have the energy,” Matt Barter says. “Put us together, and we can get a lot done.” Father-son artists Philip and Matt Barter rebuild a factory...

Power? No, Thanks, I’m Good.
Art Business

Power? No, Thanks, I’m Good.

Maddie McGarvey for The New York Times The wish to have power over others is altogether alien to me; I just don’t get it, any more than I get why anyone wants to have kids or play Settlers of...

The artist as an amalgamation
Art Business

The artist as an amalgamation

Spillover (the by-products of an activity as a picture) is on view at Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery until June 8; and Failed Restoration Project No. 1, JC Jacinto. Artistic styles should not define artists...