Photography, Running, and Writing – Artist, CARL SCHARWATH

Photography, Running and Writing with Carl Scharwath Sick Lit Magazine: What inspires you as an artist? Carl Scharwath: Other artists. I have a deep love of reading, the arts and discovering new authors and photographers. The biographies of artists are also inportant to learn as they have gone through many of the  same heartbreaks and still  overcame them….

Remembering Snake Skeletons and a Cherry Red Impala -Artist, Finn Lafcadio O’Hanlon

Remembering Snake Skeletons and a Cherry Red Impala On the 21st September, a second solo exhibition by 24-year-old English-born American artist, Finn Lafcadio O’Hanlon, will open at the Whiteconcepts space in Berlin. Titled The Plague Year, it will expand his meticulous exploration of syncretic religious, mediaeval and ‘pop’ iconography, cartography and lexicology – this time, within…

Teresa Law – Art, Life and Artlife.

Sick Lit Magazine: What inspires your work? Teresa Law: Women, primarily. I am a feminist and that influences me a lot, along with bright colours and sarcasm. Three things that I love! I’ve always drawn cartoonish pictures, and I think that’s continued many years later. I find that a backstory or argument or some social situation quite…

ART with TOBY PENNEY

Sick Lit Magazine: What inspires you as an artist?   Toby Penney: This is always a funny question to me. I never really feel inspired. I am more compelled to create than anything else. Inspiration implies an outside force making a decision to gift me a creative moment. It also dismisses hard work in the name of an…

AN AFTERNOON WITH ARTIST SARA DRIFTWOOD, BASED IN ONTARIO

As told to Kelly Fitzharris Coody SickLitMagazine: What type of artwork do you do? Sara Driftwood: I mess around with a lot of different mediums. For the past few years I have been into mostly ink drawings. I usually stick to just black work but occasionally I digitize my art and add some color. Depending…