It seems like I just wrote a post for this blog about artsy, the weekly column about Petoskey area artists in The Graphic, carrying an interview with a Northern Michigan Artists Market artist. Well, Aebra Coe has done it again. This week her artsy offering is Artist Market painter Sandy Selden.
As the interview points out, Sandy paints Northern Michigan art. The precise criteria that define that alleged genre have always been somewhat elusive to me (see my earlier post here on that subject). However, I agree that if there is someone whose art fits that classification, it is Sandy Selden. Her scenery and even her abstract work, just feels like Northern Michigan.
Whatever you choose to call it, we love Sandy's paintings, we love Sandy, we love having her as a part of the Artists Market family and we loved reading her artsy interview.
Read the interview yourself in the March 12, 2009 issue of The Graphic or on The Graphic's website. Then stop by the Northern Michigan Artists Market to see Sandy's artwork in person. Of course, if you are not lucky enough to be in Petoskey in March, you can always check out Sandy's paintings on our website and soak up a little Northern Michigan from wherever you happen to be.
[By the way, thanks Aebra and keep those great interviews of Northern Michigan artists coming!]