Tuesday, September 21, 2010

To the 10th Power



The newest and 10th issue of Pasticcio Quartz is hot off the presses. Created by Sarah Fishburn and Angela Cartwright, this publication is really more book than zine. I guess that is why the title includes the word Quartz, which stands for Quality Art Zine.




Sarah and Angela pour their hearts and talents into every issue. One of the many things that makes Pasticcio so special is the wide variety of topics covered. Of course there is art, and at 72 pages there is a lot of art to love. But there are also interviews, book and movie reviews, tutorials, links to discover, stories, historical artist reviews, and so much more.

Sarah and Angela invited me to be part of this issue and I am happy to say that you can find my art and an interview featured in the Art Array section. The art images shown in this post are two of my pieces that you will find in issue 10.



You can see a preview of Pasticcio, including a page from my feature, and order your copy here.

28 comments:

vivian said...

looking intriguing as always seth!

mansuetude said...

Attracted to your color. Love the screen which evokes so much -- even a rustic Internet experiece of looking at world beauty via a screened two dimensional collage of patchwork choices.

Ok. I am ready for vacation. !

*jean* said...

how wonderful! i've always wanted to buy this zine...maybe this will be the issue

Dyche Designs said...

Beautiful pieces Seth.

ooglebloops said...

I have always been meaning to buy Pasticcio- and I just did!! Thanks for the link - looking forward to seeing your article!!!!

Lisa said...

your pieces are stunning..fabulous textures and colors.
thanks for the heads up..just ordered my copy.

MrCachet said...

Are the top and bottom images yours, Seth? I particularly like the bottom one, as the frame in the upper right appears to be a landscape. Very interesting!

Val Foster said...

Oh my, this piece of nature art totally reels me in. I love nature art, as you might know. And I love this piece. This definitely inspires me, and I really need some inspiration at this time. Thank you so much.

lynne h said...

your pieces are just fabulous, seth...

Suzanne said...

Ooh - this looks really interesting, will definitely have a look. Well done.

La Dolce Vita said...

congrats Seth!

Julie Prichard said...

Congratulations, Seth- beautiful layered art here too!

azirca said...

Love these pieces Seth, congratulations!

Roberta said...

These two pieces are beautifully done, Seth! I just want to keep gazing at them...the texture, the images...they are amazing. I can see you put a lot of thought and time into them...and it shows!

Congratulations on being included in this Quartz issue!

Roberta

ArtPropelled said...

Love that first one in particular. Gorgeous work Seth!

Jill Z said...

Congratulations on being asked to participate in this edition of Pasticcio Quartz. It's such a super publication by Sarah and Angela- and you're right, it is like a book! Your 2 works are so rich with texture and layers and wonderful design within my favorite colors! Just beautiful!

rebeca trevino said...

Congratulations, Seth!
That's terrific.

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

always brilliant Seth
Love the closeup views!
Happy Last Day of Summer!

William said...

I still haven't figured out the 3 rd. power! Oh well. Your artwork is amazing as usual.

Stephanie said...

congrats! love it

Dave said...

Life has kept me from keeping up with my blog readings as of late, but I'm glad I checked in on yours. What a wonderful zine to be included in...and your work is fantastic. I'm going to have to look into getting a copy of the zine real soon!

oneartistjournal said...

Love these pieces Seth. Orly

apaperbear said...

Oh I can't wait to get my copy!

rivergardenstudio said...

Seth, I love this piece! One of my new favorites, for sure... And I can hardly wait to get my new issue... also thanks for sharing my studio shot. Boy it has changed! roxanne

sf said...

Seth's interview is priceless! We were so lucky he could take time to talk with us @ Pasticcio - & we are ALL so lucky he's here, making art, making connections, making our lives even more spectacular than they already are with the Pulse, The Altered Page blog, and every little thing he does...

Kim Palmer said...

No idea how I missed this post Seth but these pieces are lovely. Trees and water... wonderful!

Nelda Ream said...

I am loving those art pieces. You always achieve such wonderful texture in your work.

alteredbits said...

i must snatch up a copy straight away!

i'm totally blown away right now, seth. as you know, i have been a huge adorer of your work for a very long time but these two pieces are just stunning! i am so totally in love! these are just so gorgeous -- the colors, the layers, the textures -- and i LOVE the stitching. so perfectly gorgeous! (i can't stop going back and looking at them.)

can't wait to see your new article, too.