Juliana Lazzaro: Art in Motion

“For the real artist, there is no separation from the work because the hand of creation is present at all times. Juliana is constantly moving, observing, and will paint on almost any surface at least once.” It is impossible to talk about Juliana Lazzaro, the artist, without also taking into account the person that she is.…

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Beacon’s Return

BEA-CON [bee-kuhn] – A guiding torch for the world weary traveler, also the name of a town in New York State that lies sixty miles north of New York City… The town was originally named for the mountainous terrain that lies just southeast of the main thoroughfare. During the Revolutionary War, the Continental Army set fires…

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Trend Report 2013: Contrast & Flights of Fancy

Most things have been done before so what makes for an interesting composition can often be a purposeful arrangement of recognizable parts… the juxtaposition of two different or opposing concepts into a single form to create something entirely new, or when 1+1=3! There are various thoughts relating to opposites and the dynamics that arise when…

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Trend Trafficking

There is an inverse relationship between trends and originality and leaning too much in either direction means running the risk of becoming obsolete: a person can either succumb to the pressures of conformity, forfeiting one’s point of view along the way, or lose relevance to a world that demands constant negotiation. NAVIGATING THE FINE LINE…

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