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Q&A: Afton Love on landscape, beeswax and home

Afton Love is an Oakland-based artist who works with graphite, beeswax and tracing paper to create large-scale portraits of rock-laden landscapes and intimate studies of the cracks and crevices in between. She’s also my sister, but I swear I’m not biased when I say that her work is awe-inspiring, larger than life — even as it depicts massive […]

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Q&A: Alice Driver on home and the nomadic life

Alice Driver is a writer, photographer, filmmaker and traveler. I first discovered her work when I read her piece, “My Own Trap,” a moving mediation on creativity, personal history and home. It spoke to me on every level and I’ve followed her work since, finding a kindred spirit of sorts. There’s so much to say about […]

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Q&A: Cheri Lucas Rowlands on exploration

  Cheri Lucas Rowlands is a writer and photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area who explores the notions of time, place, memory, home and writing through the window of her self-titled blog, Cheri Lucas Rowlands. Cheri works as a story wrangler for Automattic and she and her husband are currently building a tiny house on […]

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