press: back to basics

Back to Basics: Artist Uses Stream of Consciousness to Create Latest Pieces Written by Wade Rupard/Photograph by Logan Werlinger March 13 2015 When many go to art galleries, they search for deep meaning and emotion in what they’re viewing. But Carly Swenson’s newest show at the Third Street Gallery isn’t about preconceived ideas or a larger…

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published: somerset art journaling

This month I had a six-page article spread in the Summer 2014 issue of Somerset Art Journaling.  Click here to view the entire journal and read my artist statement.  It is always intriguing to me which pages the publishers decide to print.  They didn’t choose my favorite pages from this journal, however, I am still…

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published: digital inspiration vol I

I recently received an email informing me my article and several of my digital works have been selected for the first volume of the Digital Inspiration by Stampington & Co.  I had written the piece back in 2011, and it was published in the winter edition of Somerset Digital Studio.  I was elated to see that…

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peace project 2013

Upon receiving my copy of The Peace Project 2013, I was excited to see that two of my submissions had been chosen for publication, these included a detail image from Chronos: God of Time and a digitally altered detail image from Every Man Should be Equal at Last.   The annual Peace Project consists of a smaller…

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365 good days: #322

Today, I stumbled upon this article that was published in the June issue of Fazendo, an Azoerean arts and culture magazine.  The piece was written about my Seven Social Sins exhibition that had been on display at the Angra Museum (MAH).  I am happily surprised when I find articles, critiques or announcements about me or…

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press: an artist’s lens

I had mentioned in a previous post that I was recently interviewed for an article for my hometown newspaper.  It was published several days before my Sonhos Melancholia exhibition was going to open at the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art, in Great Falls.  I was amazed!  It was such a striking layout and beautiful…

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