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Art Issue #72

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Art Issue #71

All These Miles Series

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Art Issue #70

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Collage and the Symbolism of the Unconscious

An Interview with Featured Artist JC Alfier By Art Editor Kristin LaFollette “I look to create with the intention that the elements of the collage become a bit mysterious, reassembled into new narratives, intimate yet anonymous, and suggestive of emotional pathos.” As a collage artist myself, I’m curious: How did you become a collage artist? […]

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Art Issue #69

 

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Art Issue #68

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Wanderer’s Paradise

An Interview with Featured Artist Roger Camp By Art Editor Kristin LaFollette A French friend pointed out that I was a ‘flaneur,’ which the French define as ‘those who take advantage of a wanderer’s paradise: the streets of the city, filled with charming shops, stirring landmarks, and ephemeral encounters. –Roger Camp How did you become […]

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The Power of the Subconscious Mind

An Interview with Featured Artist Sarah-Jane Crowson By Kristin LaFollette “I love the way [collage art] lets us work with source material and the possibility it brings for transforming old mainstream narratives into something different and more contemporary.” — Sarah-Jane Crowson You mention your work is inspired by “fairy tales, nature, and Surrealism.” Talk about […]

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Art Issue #66

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Art Issue #63

 

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Art Issue #62

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Art Issue #60

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Art Issue #59

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Art Issue #58

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Aakriti Karun & Anukriti Srivastava: Poetry Comics

Poetry Comics—How Form Complements Material An interview with collaborators Aakriti Karun and Anukriti Srivastava by Kristin LaFollette, Art Editor of Mud Season Review Find their art in the issue here. “It was a crazy game of guessing what she could’ve been thinking when she wrote the poem.” —Anukriti Srivastava In my time as Art Editor at […]

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Art Issue #57

Growing Pains Series Digital, 1920×972

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Art Issue #50

Austyn Sullivan Collage Art The space between the conscious and subconscious mind is a space that can be bridged to open a wider perception of reality. With my collage work, I use images that create a space of familiarity and distort them to create a world of new mythologies. My collage rituals come from the […]

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The Physical Scars of the Landscape

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Jeffrey Heyne

 

Art editor Kristin LaFollette recently had this exchange with Issue #49 featured artist Jeffrey Heyne. Here’s what Jeffrey had to say about the origins of his “To Hunt a Moon” series, how his work in architecture influences his art, what it is like to work as an artist in Boston, and more… 
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Art Issue #49

Jeffrey Heyne Digital Photography Summertime 1898: A group of 200 Ute Indians traveled from their Utah reservation to their ancestral hunting grounds of western Colorado. The newspaper reported they journeyed there “to hunt a moon”—or a month long period. To enforce the new state’s forestry laws protecting wildlife, the US Army was called in by […]

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Art Issue #48

John Chang Mixed Media John Chang dreams in many worlds and brings back remnants. In his new works, people come and go; yet no one is seen. The migrators leave their shadows in the air and their marks on the sidewalks. Their words and echoes float through storms of sharp, black fragments flying in all […]

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Making Room for Sensation

Kristin LaFollette interviews
Malin Abrahamsson

 

Art editor Kristin LaFollette recently had this exchange with Issue #47 featured artist Malin Abrahamsson. Here’s what Malin had to say about the inspiration for her spaceholder series, the joy and challenge of living in New York City, what she’s working on now, and more… 
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Art Issue #47

Malin Abrahamsson Mixed Media Sculpture My Spaceholders revolve around the idea, shape, and purpose of the vessel, and the notion of holding space: the practice of allowing room to reflect on whatever arises in the moment. Clay’s transformative qualities make it an equal collaborator rather than a medium I aspire to bend to my will.