PASTICCIO ZINE - the 1st issue before it became a Quartz. This is a one of a kind art magazine filled with plenty of artwork, informative and entertaining articles. Includes a gallery of artists and... More > a plethora of imagery.
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Pasticcio Issue 3 includes a full gallery showcasing the work of two dozen established and emerging artists, an interview with French artist and instructor Celine Navarro, book and product reviews, a... More > nod to a couple of our artistic 'ancestors.' quotes and quips, lists and tips, and a special focus on fonts. Printed on high quality glossy paper, its essence and design are as striking as its contents.< Less
For Pasticcio Quartz 4 we've upped the ante! A smashing selection of work from new artists (and a few established faves) stretching the walls of our print gallery, a complementary bookshelf brimming... More > over with self-published and handmade volumes to surprise and delight, and some enigmatic words defined.
Guest contributors share suggestions, thoughts, and vision. Take a leap into blog land with Lisa Hoffman, consider the demise of the iconic Polaroid with Wally Bock, and attend a summertime chalk art extravaganza with Corina Gerety. Mary Beth Shaw explains why certain images bear repeating, we have a convo with Lou Robinson - art.and.ghosts, and you can digest it all over a slice of delectable Rose Petal Pie.
If you're already a Pasticcio fan, issue 4 is indispensable. And if you've just heard about it, you're in for a delicious visual treat.< Less
Pasticcio 11 is our holiday gift to you - a deliciously wrapped and wondrously decorated treasure box filled to the brim with sparkling gems, including an interview with Susan Tuttle, an insider's... More > peek at Fashion Week, a museum visit to the Thorne Rooms at the fabulous Art Institute of Chicago, an introduction to the wild gypsy stylings of Fishtank Ensemble, and a special edition, just-for-Pasticcio, paper doll by Donald Hendricks.< Less
Pasticcio Quartz 13! Winter 2011-2012
Over 70 full-color pages of Art and Life, LOADED with art and articles brought to you by Erika Tysse (Norwegian winter holidays), Lisa Viger (chocolate orange... More > truffles), Jeanne-Ming on painting, and Mary Beth Shaw on the gift of craft. More doable, manageable, green holidays courtesy of Sustainable Life columnist September Gerety. Jen Osborn, Nikki Blackwood,CW Slade, jewelry artisan Juanita Burton, Barbie, Little Red Riding Hood, and Perdita from Shakespeare's Winter's Tale! Action-packed and always satisfying!< Less
Dozens of contributing artists have conspired with us to bring you the first ever edition of Panoply! Every fantastic work of art is that of an artist who has previously shared an example of his or... More > her craft in Pasticcio. Consider this brilliant, full-color volume as you would a museum or gallery catalogue...examples of many of your editors' favorite artists collated here in an extraordinarily versatile exhibit. Lucky YOU, to be cordially invited to the opening!
We are oh so delighted to present Pasticcio Panoply, Issue 1.
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Join us to celebrate all things Spring in Issue 6. Peruse 52 brilliantly full color pages. In an intriguing (and exclusive) preview of the latest addition to the cARTwright/fiShburn family of... More > publications, acquaint yourself with the smashing artists of "In This Garden". Take a peek at some of their freshest projects, and "listen" to them ruminate on everything art.
Let us turn you on: tape and wax techniques, book reviews, fab sites to visit, the lives of artistic "ancestors" laid bare abound. Guest contributors share suggestions, thoughts, vision.< Less
GRAFFITI, ILLUSTRATION, and STENCIL artists take the spotlight in this special Fall edition of Pasticcio, and Palais du art is jam-packed with an abundance of artists old and new. Glean firsthand... More > tips from a celebrated Hollywood caricature artist, read an in-depth interview with Traci Bautista, digest an "editorial" piece by the renowned blogger Seth Apter, and find directions for locating maybe a zillion illustrious and influential artists. Pasticcio 7 is 4 pages longer for this go-round but costs no more!< Less
Spring 2010 - Woo-hoo and hey, we made it! And so did this, the 9th divine issue of Pasticcio Quartz. That dynamic duo - cARTwright and fiShburn - gathered a bonanza of fresh material and in their... More > hands it blossomed into 52 luscious, full color pages! Celebrating the concept of Adornment, Pasticcio 9 is infused with the spirit of days spent in the pursuit of art, even as it twists and tangles with moments more quotidian in aspect. Within its pages, you'll find all the usual: illuminations, exultations, and reverberations, and this time, there's glitter glue!< Less
Our 10th Issue has 72 brilliant, jam-packed pages!
A fabulous outsider artist from New Mexico (Kelly Moore), an illustrator's dream of a paper doll designer (Donald Hendricks), an interview with... More > inimitable NYC artist and founder of The Pulse (Seth Apter), and a glimpse of a well-known LA actress's luscious California cottage! Rubber stamping (Yes, it's alive and doing very very well!) and a peek into the strange and fascinating worlds of dolls, puppets, and Harajuku fashion. And that's just the beginning...< Less