Speedy Johnson

“I feel like the goal of the artist should be to threaten the establishment and question the status quo, all the while projecting love upon the world. Other times I feel like the goal is to derange one’s senses enough to somehow glimpse the unknown . . . ” Continue reading Speedy Johnson

The Darryl Klassen (J.D. Miner) Interview

“Art for it’s own sake would be an immoral, or at best an irresponsible waste of time that should be spent on more important things. I think we all have a responsibility to use whatever we’ve been given to respond to suffering and evil in the world, probably starting in, but not limited to our own neighbourhood. Everyone, the artist no more, no less.” ~Darryl Klassen of J.D. Miner Continue reading The Darryl Klassen (J.D. Miner) Interview

Everyone Should Have One’s Own Museum

In Conversation With Susan Malmstrom, Part II by Wanda Waterman The Voice Magazine, Volume 22 Issue 31 2014-08-08 “You’re wrong. She is a phony. But on the other hand you’re right. She isn’t a phony because she’s a real phony. She believes all this crap she believes. You can’t talk her out of it.” – Truman Capote, from Breakfast at Tiffany’s Susan Malmstrom is an artist specializing in digitally produced photography. She grew up in California, receiving a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts from the University of California at Irvine, and has lived in Canada since 2004. Her … Continue reading Everyone Should Have One’s Own Museum