Tuesday, August 31, 2010

A Visit with Helen


Helen Stead is a visual arts student from Manchester, UK. Her two blogs feature her own mixed media work with paper, fabric, and photography, interviews with other artists, and inspired finds. She recently invited me to be interviewed and you can "read all about it" here.

Thanks Helen for the opportunity.

12 comments:

lyle baxter said...

seth, a very interesting interview! I love the the artwork you chose to accompany the piece! what a view you have! thanks for sharing. lyle

MrCachet said...

How high is high, Seth? I mean the studio/apartment!

Dyche Designs said...

Loved the interview, wow that's quite the view you have.

mansuetude said...

Nice interview. Your view is Way better than a pidgeon on a roof. !

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

What a fantastic interview. I always love seeing your studio and how you describe the energy of NYC. I felt the same whenever I've visited Manhattan.

ArtPropelled said...

Talk about the view! Great interview Seth.

deb said...

love your view, but glad it isn't mine, I prefer my trees!! I love Eva Hesse too! What's not to love about her feel for materials, and the emotion...

Jill Zaheer said...

What a great interview by Helena Rose. Such a blending of your projects, your artwork, inspirations, method for creating your works, your MMCA column, seeing your studio and learning about the artists that inspire you. Can't wait to see the online exhibit of your work in November and hear about your future projects! You and the breadth of your work are amazing!

Leslie said...

Good stuff Seth. And a good view!

Lawendula said...

Another nice coincidence!
I always wanted to check out Antonio Tapies' work, because my favorite author Friederike Mayröcker mentions his work so often in her books and is so in love with it.
But you know as it is...
Now I found a quick "remeberit" in your interview and will check him out NOW!

PS: If her books are translated into English, you should try one, she is brilliant. (You may know Ernst Jandl, they have been a pair for many years)

Parabolic Muse said...

Wow, those images of Brew and (I think) Sumatra on the interview post are so incredibly luscious it makes me thirsty.

rivergardenstudio said...

Your view is incredible, and so was your article... they are always great, thanks so much for sharing your thoughts! roxanne