An Interview With Erik Otto

Creating an experience through his art shows, San Francisco painter and designer Erik Otto spoke to Dirty Laundry about his creative process that aims to tell the story behind his work by changing the viewer’s sense of environment. A victim of the travel bug, Otto’s adventures give him plenty of stories to tell, and maybe that’s why he’s come to learn home is simply a feeling you carry with you.

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An Interview With Colin Johnson

Speaking with Dirty Laundry, illustrator Colin Johnson explores his ubiquitous theme of man’s effort to conquer nature. His at-times chaotic, but always revealing, works range from collages to illustrations and tend to depict humanity’s own clever self-destruction. In addition to his muses, the MICA alumnus discusses his secret skills and hopes as an artist.

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http://dirtylaundrymag.com/articles/colin-johnson/

An Interview With Gregory Euclide

High school teacher by day and landscape super artist by night, Gregory Euclide chooses to surround himself with the source of his power – the natural world. His paintings and installations evoke fantastical landscapes absent of figures, but oftentimes their lingering footprint can be felt. The Minnesota man discusses his daily routine for work and play, plus knowing when to trust your intuition.

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http://dirtylaundrymag.com/articles/gregory-euclide/

An Interview With Nate Burbeck

Occasionally haunting, quietly unassuming and gorgeously eerie, Nate Burbeck’s paintings present a constant conundrum of daily American life. The Minnesota native takes amber waves of grain to a whole new level. In an interview with Dirty Laundry, Burbeck describes the small niche in which he operates, in between rolling landscapes and dejected states of mind.

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http://dirtylaundrymag.com/articles/nate-burbeck/