By William Jenkins, Content Editor of Legacy Arts An Interview with William Cordova WJ: What influenced you in your career path? WC: A combination of factors was essential in my development as a cultural practitioner. My practice is interdisciplinary and fluid. Constantly evolving. I started out with terrible grades in high school, only to worsen at…

A Moment in Time with Alberto Aguilar By JB Pravda Alberto Aguilar’s website statement should be read, heard, felt, and tasted, redolent as it is of Gertrude Stein’s lyrical repetition, one word organically seeming to prompt the next sentence. And, after this thought-provoking fashion, Aguilar delves deeply into the nature of our collective time or shared…

Yoskay Yamamoto Finds His True Creative Way As a Fine Artist By Meg Oldman Yoskay Yamamoto is the creator of a world of whimsy and tenderness. The hues of blues play artfully with faces, which appear on clay pots, on houses, and even emerging from ocean waves. As Yamamoto describes, his work involves two significant aspects: “My goal as…

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