Artist Q&A, The Woven Tale Press

Q&A with Gladys Nilsson

Gladys M. Nilsson is a Chicago-based painter known for a style that borders on surrealism and pop, fantasy and cartoon. Nilsson was one of the original members of the Hairy Who, a group in the 1960s who turned to representational art and whose members are associated with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her artwork has been featured in over fifty solo exhibitions and collections of major museums including the Milwaukee Art Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Museum Moderner Kunst in Vienna. She teaches at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), from which she also graduated.

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Q&A with Amir Hariri

Amir Hariri was born in Tehran, Iran, and immigrated to the United States to attend college in the early 1990s. His artwork incorporates his professional background in design and engineering, as well as studies in anatomy. Amir has exhibited nationally and internationally, with pieces included in public and private collections in the United States, Italy, Spain, Hong Kong, and Japan. Recent awards include an Artist Fellowship in Drawing from the New York Foundation for the Arts. He earned a Masters’ degree in engineering from Cornell University and a Bachelors’ degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. His work appears in The Woven Tale Press Vol. VIII #3.

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Q&A with Christina Massey

Christina Massey is a Brooklyn-based abstract and mixed-media artist whose work has been featured in many solo and group exhibitions in the United States. Massey, who was born in 1979, is passionate about the preservation of our environment and our relationship with nature. She is also committed to addressing the equality of women’s rights and giving voice to lingering gender stereotypes. She holds a BFA from California State University in Chico. See her work featured in WTP Vol. VIII #5.

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Q&A with Nikola Olic

Nikola Olic is a Serbian photographer living and working in Dallas, Texas, who focuses on architectural photography and abstract structural quotes that reimagine their subjects in dimensionless and disorienting ways. His photography has appeared in various galleries, art events, museums, magazines, newspapers, spaces, and websites around the world, including Wired.com, BBC News, The Guardian, Yahoo.com, Dwell.com, Gizmodo, ArchDaily, The Statler Hotel, LensCulture, Fubiz, The Dallas Observer, and MADI Museum of Geometric Art. He graduated from the University of Texas with Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Engineering and Computer Science. His work appears in Vol. VIII #4.

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Q&A with Marsha Balian

Marsha Balian is a self-taught mixed media artist living in the Bay Area. She incorporates found objects and invention in her work and frequently uses intense colors. Stories she hears from people find their way into her art. Her artwork has been shown throughout the Bay Area and in many parts of the country. It has also been seen in The Permanente Journal, American Art Collector, Studio Visit, Gathering Clouds, Scrubs Magazine, and West Marin Review. Balian is represented by the GearBox Gallery in Oakland, California. She formerly worked as a health care provider. See her work featured in The Woven Tale Press Vol. VIII #2.

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