A guard is sitting on the front porch of the Glassell School of Art, resting his elbows on his knees in the fading afternoon sun. Greenish light glows through the corrugated fiberglass roof and onto the bare wood of the floor planks. Everything has the fresh-cut-lumber smell of unlimited potential. There are built-in benches, but someone has helpfully dragged out battered office chairs with exposed stuffing for extra seating. All that's missing is a moldy hide-a-bed. But, you may be thinking, the Glassell doesn't have a porch. Well, it does now, thanks to Core Fellow Allison Wiese, who created the incongruously warm and folksy touch for the sleek... More >>>
Karyn Olivier's Fort with Centerpeace turns the artist's living room inside out.