#ffffff Walls features an inside look at artists' studios and their artistic practices.
Studio Visit
Tatiana Berg - Bushwick

Tatiana Berg – Bushwick

Tatiana Berg is a painter that (up until recently) lived in Bushwick, Brooklyn. She graduated from the RISD’s painting department in 2009 and has shown at the Queens Muesum, Nudashank, and Freight+Volume. My interview with her took place weeks before she moved out of her studio to attend Columbia’s MFA Program. Image courtesy of Greg...
Anthony Palocci Jr - Pratt

Anthony Palocci Jr – Pratt

Anthony Palocci Jr‘s studio was also located in the old dormitory converted studio building at Pratt. He invited us into his cleaned up studio. There, you could see the remenants of a completely utilized space but without the regular wear and tear of everyday studio. His work consists of observational paintings created from paper models...
Sterling Wells - Outtakes

Sterling Wells – Outtakes

Some outtakes from Sterling Well‘s last installation to visually cool you down. Photos courtesy of artist.
Maiko Kikuchi - Pratt MFA Studios

Maiko Kikuchi – Pratt MFA Studios

Maiko Kikuchi is an installation artist from Pratt’s MFA program. Originally from Japan, Maiko speaks with us about her inspiration from her ‘weird’ dreams, her thesis installation and how her background in fashion design and illustration influences her work and her process. F: Can you talk about your background and where you came from before...
Nick Naber - Pratt MFA Studios

Nick Naber – Pratt MFA Studios

Hidden away in an old girls dormitory we met with Nick Naber, a recent MFA Painting graduate at Pratt. During our visit we talked about his journey into painting from architecture, the process he uses in his work and the influence the studio has on it. Nick currently lives and works in New York. F:...
Kelly McCafferty - Pratt MFA Studios

Kelly McCafferty – Pratt MFA Studios

Kelly McCafferty is an installation artist currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. She recently graduated from the Pratt MFA program for Sculpture. In her last few days at school, Kelly showed us her studio while at Pratt and talked about her thesis work and her future plans. F: Tell me about your most recent work....
Sterling Wells - Red Hook

Sterling Wells – Red Hook

Sterling Wells graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design for Painting. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Recently, he has shown at The Bruce High Quality Foundation’s 2012 Brucennial. During his studio visit, Sterling talks about what he looks for in a studio space, his past work and his works in...
Jeff Fichera - Bushwick

Jeff Fichera – Bushwick

Jeff Fichera graduated with an MFA at the University of Pennsylvania. He currently lives and works in Bushwick, Brooklyn. In his new body of work, he has created these geometric grids that, to the viewer, live outside reality but in fact, are truly hyper-focused exercises in observational painting. F: Tell me about your space and...
Alex Markwith - Montauk

Alex Markwith – Montauk

Alex Markwith is an artist currently working in Montauk, New York. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) with a BFA in Painting in 2011. He has had solo shows at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York), Hiram Butler Gallery (Houston) and has recently been part of the Bone Yard Project at the...
Liz Ainslie - Bushwick

Liz Ainslie – Bushwick

F: Describe your process. LA: I have certain rituals, if you will, and one would be to lay down a bright pink under ground and thats going to start to dictate the palette. And then, if I like something I saw that I did in an earlier painting, I tend to keep doing that. I...
Sebastian Vallejo - Bushwick

Sebastian Vallejo – Bushwick

Where is your studio located? My studio is located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY. Where are you from and where do you live now? I was born and raised in Puerto Rico. I’ve been living in NY since 2009. Does Puerto Rico / Brooklyn influence your work in any way? As an islander, my work is...
Douglas Hoekzema - Miami

Douglas Hoekzema – Miami

While I was in Miami for Art Basel, I ran into Street Artist, Architect, Furniture Designer, Douglas Hoekzema. I was really interested in his technique and he showed me right on his studio wall how he achieves those amazing marks. You can find more of Douglas Hoekzema’s work at www.douglashoekzema.com/.