Annie Terrazzo, since the age of 7, has been cutting up newspapers, making art and developing her creative process. Now she’s is an established mixed media portraiture artist, who uses newspaper, magazines, and other found papers to construct photo realistic portraits, with surreal elements. Her work has been included in the L.A. Art Show, and has been covered by the L.A. weekly and the Huffington Post. Her solo show “Kill Your Selfie” at Red Pipe gallery was a great success. In this interview, Annie shares the process behind her work and strategies you can use to promote your own work and showcase in a gallery.
Visual artist and fine art photographer Jane Szabo has been included in exhibitions at the Griffin Museum of Photography, Vermont Photo Place Gallery, The Dark Room Gallery, PhotoSpiva, San Diego Art Institute Museum of the Living Artist, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, and Gallery 825 in Los Angeles. In this interview she talks about mind mapping and the process she used to create her “Sense of Self” and “Reconstructing Self” series. You can find more of Jane at http://www.janeszabophotography.com/.
Sweden based photographer and visual artist Tommy Ingberg has received awards and recognition from various competitions including Prix De La Photographie Paris and Sony World Photography Awards. I’m grateful to have had the opportunity for a brief written interview with him.
In this episode we have Hugh Kretschmer! Hugh is represented by Fotografenwerk in Dusseldorf, Germany for his fine art work. He is currently based in Los Angeles. In this episode he talks about the careful planning that goes behind his surreal imagery, as well as some sage advice for aspiring artist.