Artists on Art, a digital magazine launched by Fine Art Connoisseur and Streamline Publishing, just published "Sacred Harbors: Egg Tempera & Metalpoint in This Contemporary Age." "Sacred Harbors" is an article I wrote for the December 2017 issue that chronicles the reasons why six artists--fresh graduates Darryl Babatunde Smith and Maria Lambiris, emerging artists Casey Concelmo and myself, and established artists Julio Reyes and Candice Bohannon Reyes--and the renowned art historian and curator, Dr. Bruce Weber, work in and study rare, anachronistic media such as egg tempera and my beloved metalpoint.
My dear friends and colleagues, Charis J. Carmichael Braun, Diana Corvelle, and Elena Rodriguez, also contributed articles to this issue. I can't stress enough what a blast it was to write "Sacred Harbors," not solely for the exercise and experience of writing, but rather for the chance to correspond with those featured in the article and to be printed (digitally) alongside the words of my friends.
Many thanks to Andrew Webster, Artists on Art's Curatorial Director, and to all subscribers reading our content and enjoying Artists on Art's production!