Our designated Capitol Hill Art League artist of the month, Michael McSorley, has a talent for eyeing the beauty in the everyday objects. His ability to bring to life the sometimes-forgotten tools of our day to day living is stunning and full of easily overlooked personality in each piece. Mike's specific and unique process allows him to pull out color and dimension... more
Art provides an outlet for expression, interpretation and change, sometimes about the world around us, but more than not these avenues of discovery are personal. This is one of those personal stories. Long time CHAW student, Jayson Hait, shows us how the arts can lead to more than just opening up our minds to growth and creativity, it can lead to great personal change... more
Sandy Tallant is an artist that enjoys the freedom in expression, regardless of medium, and finds a way to create her art in a stimulating and from as much outside inspiration as posisble. Her context and continuation of rudimentary artistic design principles lends itself to masterful compositions. Sandy's use of form, line, texture, and color are beautifully compiled... more
It has been a true pleasure here at CHAW to watch Olivia work! We are thrilled to have had her in and about CHAW, and cannot wait to see where she will go with her work! Congratulations, Olivia- CHAW will always be here for you.
Olivia, tell us a little bit about you! How did... more
Karen Cohen is a chameleon of life and lover of the adventure in change. Her work exemplifies aspects of her life that have remained a constant force of creative spirit and colorful imagery of people, places, and things- imaginary and real. We are happy to induct Karen into our “Mind of the Artist” blog and look forward to seeing what else she can create with her... more