The artistic process exposes so much of the creators self. I want to show what art does to the artist
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>Aurelio del Muro is a Mexican artist residing in New York. He teaches children and elders the joys of art. Besides playing music, he also creates sculptures that are amazingly playful. >Kat Wise & Mason Brown are a couple united by their creative powers. Kat is a global hitchhiker, veteran of the Burning Man Festival & an up-cycled sweater entrepreneur. Mason Brown is singer with Not Waving But Drowning.
>Sarah Kiefer & Taneesha M. Ford, backstage after performing A Telling of Two Women at the Wow Theater. Both performed intense monologues in which they express a multiplicity of characters. >The late Young Jee spent the last years of his life in an incredibly creative stage. Inspired by land art; he created all kinds of circles in New York City's Inwood Hill Park. His was a practice of relating to the wonder and mystery of nature.
>Matthew J. Perry makes his living as a ghostwriter (when he isn’t working on his own writing). I thought building a giant white box and photographing him inside would be a good idea. >Matthew Silverman The Great Performer on his way home after a show. His performances are bold, bizarre provocations against the status quo.
>Peter Michael makes sculptures with clay. Here he poses with a portrait he made while riding in the subway. His sculptures are stylized in a manner that suggests long gone times, This photo was taken close to the Cloisters museum. >Michael Fulvio taking a break during a rehearsal of Passages with Fly By Night Dance. His character is the enabler of life and death.