Azule Blog, News & Events
Prolific author, Jeffery Renard Allen, discusses the most influential writers on his work, his most challenging project, and the themes of mental health and fluidity in his work.
Joshua summarizes his practice with one word: empathy. As a trans person navigating life with invisible disabilities, his journey has been defined by resilience, empathy, and a commitment to amplify the voices of marginalized groups.
By repurposing a variety of materials from old drawings and paintings to playing cards, marbles, and wooden airplanes, Sara’s work invites interpretation while evoking playfulness and a sense of curiosity.
Established local artist, Lauren Collins gives us a glimpse into balancing their tattoo + painting practice, and discusses their unique approach to gathering source imagery.
Jack speaks on the longevity of his artistic practice and the positive effects of plein air painting.
Tyler discuss his sources of inspiration including internet humor, time spent painting at Azule, and advice to young artists.
Susan Cary delves into her post-retirement blossoming practice and what this time at Azule means to her.
Jenny Craddock talks about art vs. design, nature as inspiration, and the importance of play.
Michelle Crouch shares how her residency at Azule has impacted her practice.