Marjorie Wood Hamlin has a series of paintings on environmental issues. This video has been presented in Almeria and Grenada Spain in environmental programs. It has been chosen to be a part of the Women’s Caucus for Art video on the issues women care about that match the programs of the United Nations. It will…

norma

by RENEE PATRICK Cascade A&E Editor     “There is no measuring with time…being an artist means, not reckoning and counting, but ripening…” – Rainer Maria Rilke   Pastel artist Norma Holmes is featured at Mockingbird Gallery this February. The popular landscape artist embodies the serendipitous nature of plein air (she describes as “opening up…

Cuddihys

by CHELSEA CALLICOTT for Cascade A&E   In an interview with mother-daughter designers Cecile and Nicole Cuddihy, I felt like Alice falling down the rabbit hole. The Cuddihy home studio is a wonderland of past costumes, sketches, display boards and raw material and was the venue where they shared their inspirations, recent projects and upcoming…

mead

by RENEE PATRICK Cascade A&E Editor   “For me the artist’s journey is an internal one. And the internal spaces are vast – and as every bit as full of mystery and unexplored territories as the outer universes. Art in all its forms are attempts to map or gain insight on this internal universe, something…