Brian Schorn is an American multi-disciplinary artist practicing out of his Studio Rubedo workshop where he uses a variety of media including assemblage, collage, painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography. He has extensive education in the arts with MFA degrees in visual art, electronic music, creative writing and graphic design. SinceContinue Reading

tetsuya noguchi

By Jeff Broderick (first published in Kendo World vol. 7.2, June 2014)   The work of Noguchi Tetsuya, whose strange yet familiar samurai figures, rooted in history while being somehow outside of time, evoke subtly mixed emotions. Stepping from a sunny afternoon into the exhibit, called “A Field Guide toContinue Reading