Because I travel a lot for work, I found that digital drawings are the easiest way for me to keep making while not in my studio. I have a folder on my phone filled with these digital works that I then remake as physical pieces. — Anastasia Greer
My work is filled with nods to ’90s culture; Windows ‘95 screen savers, episodes of Nickelodeon cartoons, and 8-bit video games are just some of the references. — Anastasia Greer
Salt Lake City-based painter Holly Addi tells us about how she negotiates experimentation in her work and her intention to create.
Anastasia Greer shares her thoughts on burger joints, keeping a digital sketchbook, and the dogs of Portland
London-based Sif Nørskov talks about the rewards of spontaneity, her literary influences, and painting as an intermediary.