One on One with Sydni Kruger

Today Boneshaker Press presents you an interview with Sydni Kruger! You can find Sydni’s portfolio on her website, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

What’s your background?

My family moved a lot when I was a kid, and my parents always encouraged my brothers and me toward anything we became interested in. They always helped me find resources and people to learn from. Around the age of 14, I started studying with a local painter (a sort of apprentice/wizard situation). I learned very antiquated painting methods and went on to study painting at ASU.

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One-on-one with Sarah Mills

What’s your background?

I’ve been driving towards “being an artist” since I was old enough to recognize “artist” as a career possibility. I opted out of art school and haven’t taken much formal training. So far my drive to improve comes from equal parts passion and internal pressure (and, to be honest, a heaping spoonful of an unrelenting competitive nature)—not to mention a very supportive family. I’m generally very curious and think of myself as a perpetual student of…near about everything. Continue reading “One-on-one with Sarah Mills”