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
In the tradition of the finest Art Salons, every luscious issue of Pasticcio Quartz invites you in and introduces you to a panoply of new art, books, food, history, movies, people, photographs,... More > products, quotes, music, thought, and words served up as a delectable printed pastiche. Number 5, the big 72 page HOLIDAY Mosaic Extravaganza, is no exception.< Less
Sarah and Angela have collaborated again to produce the second issue of Pasticcio! PASTICCIO is a pioneer in the next wave of a dynamic arts publication arena; with this 72 page HOLIDAY 2007 issue,... More > it has evolved into a QUARTZ: a QUality ART Zine. To be specific, PASTICCIO 2 QUARTZ is meticulously jam-packed with a plethora of compelling (and fun!) information and incredible work from well known artists (and a few up and comers as well). Find inspiration, specific tips and techniques, reviews, art history, and a few special “gifts” within its pages. Printed on high quality glossy paper, its essence and design are as integral as the contents.< Less
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