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SLURPEE WAVE: Photographer Answers Weather Challenge, Captures Viral Image of Frozen Surf

June 30, 2015 - Barry Tanenbaum, Shutterbug Magazine

 Shutterbug Magazine interviews Jonathan Nimerfroh about his wildly popular photographs of frozen waves on Nantucket.

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ART Supply

June 9, 2015 - April Hardwick, LUXE Magazine

When Connecticut gallery owners fuse edgy and contemporary works with a keen eye for upcoming artists, their tiny shop turns into the talk of the town.

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Carved by Wood - A Brief History of Sunny Wood -- the Man Behind the Whale

June 5, 2015 - Rebecca Nimerfroh


Sunny Wood's whales have almost as much personality as the artist himself. Each hand-carved whale varies in its detail, much due to the reclaimed wood from which it was carved. His work hangs in island homes and restaurants, and on the wall at the Nantucket airport, eyeing you as you wait to board your flight. Take a look at the monstrous three-dimensional piece that says hello as you walk into the Haul Over downtown.

Some would say that spotting one of these whales around the island is like recognizing a friendly face. Now Sunny's wooden whales can be viewed in the new Samuel Owen Gallery on 46 Centre Street, with an opening reception this Friday, June 5 at 6:00 pm, located in the Seven Seas building.

Grand Opening Video Recap!

May 27, 2015

"An incredible, fun and oh so collaborative event with the ‪#‎ACKpartyhosts‬ last night at the SLURPEE wave launch with JDN PHOTOGRAPHY and the opening of Samuel Owen Gallery on 46 Centre Street!"

Antoine Rose: This photographer hangs off of helicopters to capture surreal beach landscapes

September 15, 2014 - foxnews.com

A trip to the beach is all about digging your toes into the warm sand, playing in the water and of course enjoying that signature ocean view. 

But have you ever wondered what the seagulls see while you’re playing around on land?

Antoine Rose, a photographer from Belgium, has captured beach life from above in a stunning series of photos he calls “Up in the Air.”  

Melissa Barbieri: A very 'fresh' take on ancient Fresco methods

July 2, 2014 - Philip Eliasoph

VENÜ Magazine – Interview with Melissa Barbieri: A successful muralist designs her new life as a studio fine artist. Lessons learned and new challenges ahead.

A Most Elegant Solution

June 24, 2014 - Jeff Mortimer

Can engineers and artists collaborate to solve technological, much less artistic, problems? Can they even talk to, much less understand, each other?

For engineer Max Shtein and artist Matt Shlian, who have worked together on a variety of projects for eight years, those questions have long since been supplanted by “How far can we go together?”

“There’s much more connection between art and science than I was taught to understand,” says the artist in this equation. Shlian is a lecturer in the Stamps School of Art & Design who operates a design studio in Ann Arbor. “The scientists and researchers I work with are problem-solvers, they’re designers, they’ve been talked out of thinking they’re creative but they’re incredibly creative,” he says. “Good artists have a dialogue with the material. Good scientists do that, too.”

May the 4th with Dale May

May 8, 2014 - Kalani Gordon of The Baltimore Sun Online

Dale May, a New York based celebrity photographer’s new series, LEGO WARS, is a photographic study of popular culture, commercial advertising and nostalgia.

Artist Dale May Interviewed by Bloomberg TV's Pimm Fox

May 4, 2014 - Bloomberg TV

Watch Photographer Dale May as he sits down with Pimm Fox of Taking Stock With Pimm Fox on Bloomberg TV to discuss the success of his Star Wars based photographic series, LEGO WARS.