By Kate Orne, Creative Director-in-Chief
A bi-annual journal highlighting the private worlds of artists and creators with lifestyles close to nature.
Latest Issue: No. 10 / Nature Comes First
Jerry Saltz, the Pulitzer Prize-winning art critic, discusses his upcoming book How to Be an Artist. An amazing spread full of inspirational energy!
Annie Leibovitz captures the former outpost of the Bloomsbury Group, in West Sussex, UK, where Virginia Wolf wrote Orlando and where intellectuals gathered in the 20th century and how they pioneered the LBGT community — almost a century before those letters were recognized.
Gregory Crewdson, the world-renowned artist and director has a daily swim routine that inspires the creation of his stunning work. Let’s go for a swim!
Peter Saul is frequently referred to as the founder of Pop Art. His upcoming retrospective in the Spring of 2020, at The New Museum (NYC), is highly anticipated.
Helen Molesworth, the renowned art curator, shares what inspired her to become a curator and her concept for an upcoming exhibition at Jack Shainman’s The School.
Jeremy Anderson, the co-founder of Apparatus Design, shows us his new line of ceramic vessels created at the studio on his country property.
Elfie Semotan broke ground with her fashion images in the ‘90s. At her home in the Austrian countryside, she documents personal objects that have particular meaning to her.
Plastic Tent House by architect John M. Johansen (1916–2012), a member of the Harvard Five.
Charlie McCormick, in an intimate visit to his spectacular gardens in Dorset, UK, shares his secrets on how to grow prize-winning Dahlias. How we love Dahlias!
Artist Portia Munson lives and works in a home unlike any other — it’s a fairy tale on acid!
Morgan J. Puett, artist and former fashion designer, shows us how her daily life is all performance art.