New Art in Matchboxes by Elaine Luther

New Art in Matchboxes by Elaine Luther

How the Matchbox Art Came to Be I had both little tiny model railroad people and time cards in my studio.  And a box of 50 empty matchboxes, so naturally, I combined them!  First, I made Salaryman, naturally, he’s got the Monday timecard. Folks encouraged me to...
The Lost Artworks of Elaine Luther

The Lost Artworks of Elaine Luther

Being an artist is risky, sometimes a gallery doesn’t pack art properly and it’s damaged in shipping; sometimes artwork installed in trees is destroyed by squirrels (true story); other times the work is ephemeral and not meant to last, or the artist just...
How to Decide What to do for your 100 Day Project

How to Decide What to do for your 100 Day Project

I got a question on Instagram about how to decide what to do for your 100 Day Project; here’s what I said. It needs to be something you’re willing to do a lot, obviously, and also you want to think about… what counts? Is it a finished project each day for 100...
Comedy and Art Share This One Thing

Comedy and Art Share This One Thing

“Comedy exists in a fine line between bravery and ruthlessness.” Film maker Jacob Bernstein said that in an interview on Fresh Air with Terri Gross, and I had to slow down on the elliptical machine at the gym so I could write it down. See, I’ve felt for a long...

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