Nuno Sá Pessoa, film director at Skookum Films
, is a true global visual storyteller. Educated in Denmark, based in Portugal, and working extensively in Brazil and the United States, Sá Pessoa knows firsthand what it means to collaborate internationally.
“Cinema, as any other art,” says Sá Pessoa, “should have no boundaries. It’s a global language and the more you know of the world and its people, the easier it is for you as an artist to express what you want in a way that can reach each and every kind of person.”READ MORE...
A writer shapes an image, a story, with words. Other artists create stories that are perhaps more visual, more touchable. Here are several artists who caught my eye this past week. I hope the images inspire your writing.
Sculptor Steven Whyte, based in Carmel, California, works in clay and bronze.
Steven Whyte works on an MLK sculpture.
Sal Polisi, who died in January, was a master wood carver who worked at the South Street Seaport Museum in New York City.
Master woodcarver Sal Polisi
Credit: Michelle V. Agins/The NYT
And comic book expert Scott McCloud has just published his first full-length graphic novel titled The Sculptor.
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