I often feel overwhelmed by the idea of infinite solutions and usually try to work within some self-imposed limitation, like a specific size or source of reference. — Josie Stevenson
I like the concept that every image has a backstory, no matter how vague or indecipherable. — Josie Stevenson
Meg Callahan shared her interest in efficiency and craftsmanship, the influence of landscape, and the necessity of sharp scissors in the studio.
Carmen Vela told us how body language, physical emotions, and the relationship between the body and a particular space and time figure in her work.
Mixed media artist Josie Stevenson shared with us her self-imposed restraints and thoughts on the limits of interpretation.