• Film by Shakti Langlois-Ortega

    How This Brooklyn Artist is Reshaping Her Art After Almost Losing it All 2022 Renowned Brooklyn artist Ellen Driscoll’s work was never inspired by her personal life — until she got a diagnosis that changed everything.

  • Venti Trasversali at Museo di Storie Naturale, Siena

    Venti Trasversali These drawings began with an investigation into the historical process of making charcoal in Tuscany. Four indigenous trees—oak, chestnut, pine, and arbutus—are used in this ancient process. Because of its unique molecular composition, charcoal is now used globally to extract toxins—from earth, from people—as a healing corrective. In the drawings, this molecular remedy is represented by honeycomb sieves. In one drawing, the maps of countries are caught by the sieve.

  • Siena Art Institute video by Gabriele Clementi

    This short video shows the process of drawings created at the Siena Art Institute Fall Project residency.

  • “Night to Day, Here and Away” radio interview

    An interview with Brian Hersh in Sarasota, Florida on the new mosaic commission at Sarasota National Cemetery, March 27. Go to minute 17 for the start of my part of the interview!

  • Sculptcast “Conversations About Sculpture” Interview

    For the past five years Ellen Driscoll, head of the sculpture department at Rhode Island School of Design, has used discarded plastic water and milk bottles as her sculpture medium, creating public works of beauty and meaning. “Distant Mirrors” floated on the Providence River in Providence, R.I., portraying maps of land masses and historical settlements. Her work is included in numerous major collections, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of Art. Be sure to check out our Sculptcast website for photos and links. Enjoy. CHERYL BOWLAN Producer

  • Gorky’s granddaughter
  • FastForwardFossil; Part 2
  • BOMBLive! BOMB Magazine Interview

    BOMBLive! BOMB Magazine Interview, 2007