By Editorial Team on May 26, 2010

Ellen Cornett Artist Profile by Anna Flaaten

  Ellen Cornett’s pastels are filled with playful reinterpretation of fables and fairytales where her subject matter is people she knows- friends- in costume with unexpected props that relate stories of improbability. Pinocchio, for example, grows up to become a dance instructor. She uses realistic drawings and combinations that create...

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By Editorial Team on April 12, 2010

Jim Magner Interview with Hill Artist Will Fleishell

Originally published in the April 2010 Hill Rag Artist Profile: Will Fleishell by Jim Magner  Art has always been about describing the look and feel of life: the warmth of the sun on your face and the air you breathe. It is about capturing the passion of today and the...

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By Editorial Team on March 24, 2010

Interview with H Street Artist and Capitol Hill Resident Katherine Mann

| INTERVIEWS | Perched three stories above H Street NE, Katherine Mann's studio looks south toward the Capitol Hill skyline affording unobstructed views of the Capitol, the Library of Congress's Jefferson building and of course, the myriad of row houses and trees that line the historic district. A recent 2009...

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