This month, we welcome Sally Canzoneri as our December Artist of the Month. Sally's artistic journey includes embracing new interests and techniques as she moved from photography to book forms to lenticulars and more! Her dedication to hard work and doing more show the true progression of an artist extraordinaire. Thank you Sally for sharing your work and words with us... more
This month, we welcome the words and works of Marilyn Christiano. Her love for photography started as a hobby but quickly grew into a passion that has evolved over 20 years. Marilyn inspires as she "creates photogrpahs that will draw the viewer back again and again" and describes how her own view has expanded as she now takes photos that "lift my spirits." Welcome... more
We are excited to feature the words and works of Gregg Adams this month. Gregg's childhood habit has helped to shape his art and his love for photography. Thanks Gregg for sharing your fabulousness with us this month!
I have a somewhat peculiar habit. For years now, since I was a kid, I would find and bring random objects from places such as the corner curbside... more
This month, we welcome the words and work of painter Ken Bachman. Ken's travels have inspired and influenced his art, and his desire to seek out new subjects keeps his paintings fresh and different. Welcome Ken and thank you for sharing your #CHAWsomeness with us.
I grew up both in this area and Paris France, and have traveled extensively throughout my life.... more
Welcome to our August Mind of the Artist featuring Jane Mann. Jane's international travels inspired her journey of photography through several different techniques and mediums. Her insight into her art and expression are #CHAWsome and we can't wait for you to read more!
I was born in Canton, Ohio, to a family who used the camera to document family life and... more
Short, sweet, and to the point. CHAL Artist of the Month, Charles Martin, gives us the bullet points to his life as an artist. His works of art exemplify his attention to direct observation and realism as one sees it. Charles, thank you for sharing your work, life, and story with us!
I was born and raised in a small Long... more
Introducing the Capitol Hill Art League, June Mind of the Artist: Meera Rao! Meera's story is told through her etheral and colorful paintings, sketches, and photographs. Her journey to becoming an artist is a delight to read about and sparks within a moment of our own inner artist- remembering "the vital expression of self!" We hope you enjoy... more
For my last “Lens”, I wanted to reflect on how interning at CHAW and becoming part of the community here has supported my artistic and professional development in so many ways.
What attracted me to CHAW initially was a desire to learn more about the classes they offered. And while I did get to know more about their amazing programming, I was also able to gain a... more
Brian Truesdale's development as an abstract artist is genuinely portrayed in this month's Mind of the Artist. Brian opens up about his technique, process, and animalistic need to create- giving additional context to his paintings (even though they may speak for themselves) and allowing us as an audience, a glimpse into the root of all that passion! Please enjoy, as... more
Capitol Hill Arts League Presents: April Mind of the Artist, Karin Edgett
Exploring the organic circular form is infinite in its expression. One could paint cycles of life, drops of water in a pond, fish eyes, recycled thoughts, halos, planets, moons and stars, or paint the feeling of wandering in circles while lost in the woods. The circle contains the story of... more