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A look inside Henry Wessel "Traffic/Sunset Park/Continental Divide"
Henry Wessel still works the material, shooting film, and processing and printing in a darkroom. He enjoys taking pictures fast under the Western light and says that he never works with a project in mind but, instead, they evolve organically.January 15, 2017
A look inside Jim Goldberg's "The Last Son"
Through the years, all of Jim Goldberg’s publishing endeavors have been worthy of attention, dating back to his seminal and highly collectable 1995 title Raised by Wolves. With each effort, Goldberg builds brilliant narrative stories, unconventional in presentation and deeply personal.January 14, 2017
Ed Emberley: The Kids Are All Right
From his home in Ipswich, Massachusetts and for nearly sixty years, Ed Emberley has been turning out books for children. At age 85, he is still restlessly creative, continuing to work in many styles that make him one of the most compelling and diversified living American illustrators. Whether masterful line drawings, woodcuts, print-based work, or digital illustration, Emberley has kept moving, too curious to settle into the comfort of one technique or style. His 1970 Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book of Animals and the series that followed would influence generations of young artists—and, most importantly, instill a confidence and joy that kept them drawing.January 12, 2017