Wednesday, December 1, 2021

People & Interviews

Interviews with artists, authors and #PeopleOfPaperblanks.

"I’m the author of the Haanta Series: an ongoing, online romantic fantasy series recently published by Red Willow Press. I do have other pursuits, such as singing and being a perpetual reader of classics, but my true passion lies in writing."
Our most recent Paperblanks® Traveller comes courtesy of Nills, who recently returned from a holiday in Portugal. About his European vacation, Nills writes: I took this picture in Sintra at the Pena National Palace. Sintra is a "must" place to...
Bruges-based Joke Boudens is a multidisciplinary artist whose wide range of works includes lettering, calligraphy, illustration and printmaking. Whimsical critters, exquisite hand lettering and intricate patterns featuring elements of geometry and tiny botanicals are a common thread in her work, but you...
Today, we’re talking with Android Jones, an American artist whose work is featured on our new Android Jones Collection covers. Android has been working professionally as an artist for his entire adult life, and his work has been featured on album artwork, magazine...
There is magic and a quiet sense of tranquility in Anja Jane’s work. The Vancouver-based artist has translated her deep connection to Mother Nature into intricate art prints and postcards featuring nature scenes from North America, from the lavish jungle of...
Our new Olena's Garden journal series features the vibrant and captivating work of Olena Skytsiuk, a celebrated Petrykivka artist. Since the 17th century, Petrykivka painting has been a common sight in the Cossack settlements of the Dnyepr River region of...
Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) was one of the greatest of the Post-Impressionist painters. The near spiritual excitement of his swirling brushwork, contoured forms and intense colour has had a powerful influence on the development of modern painting. Van...
Today in our #PeopleOfPaperblanks interview we are thrilled to welcome talented French artist Arkane to the Endpaper Blog. Arkane’s portraits combine an intriguing mix of bold strokes and painstaking detail found in a supple fold of fabric or a wayward lock of hair....
I really believe that through the respect, confidence and time you give your crafts, others will be drawn to this and come to respect and give your crafts the time that they deserve.
Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954) was a Mexican painter whose work celebrated the indigenous culture of her country in a style that combined surrealism, symbolism and realism. Her self portraits were a study in transcendence from physical suffering. As...