CityBeat - Articulations http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-35-1-articulations.html <![CDATA[Sasha Maslov - ]]> In any situation, whether buying coffee or talking with a stranger, it's fun to spin a brief moment in your head. Inspiration for portraits can't really come from anywhere else but the person you're photographing. Otherwise, you're not trying to portray that person.]]> <![CDATA[Lauren Wells - Inside Artists Heads]]> Painter Lauren Wells says, “self-investiga tion is a bi-product of my painting process.” Through her work, she tries to better under stand the motivations behind the external self. “Typically, my stern gaze becomes the focus,” she says. ]]> <![CDATA[Jeffrey Cortland Jones - ]]> Jeffrey Cortland Jones revels in the physical activity of creating a painting and in the endless design possibilities of the grid. He builds his work in layers -- some pristine and some scraped, burne]]> <![CDATA[Carrie Nixon - ]]> Carrie Nixon's paintings and drawings are based in perception. Similar to a diary, they document a continuum of moments.]]> <![CDATA[Richard Fruth - ]]> BY Tamera Lenz Muente | Posted 07/23/2008 Richard Fruth Richard Fruth]]> <![CDATA[Mi-Hee Nahm - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Dianne McElwain - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Adam Mysock - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[J.D. Biggs - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Scott Donaldson - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Anissa Lewis and Lizz Godfroy - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Jason Brunson - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Lisa Britton - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Matthew Miller-Novak - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Rob Anderson - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Mark Harris - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Kim Krause - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Casey Riordan Millard - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Brad McCombs - Inside Artists' Heads]]> <![CDATA[Mary Mark - Inside Artists' Heads]]>