Author: Molly Springfield

Philip Barlow

by Molly Springfield on February 11th, 2013
Philip Barlow and I are neighbors. We both live in Adams Morgan, a neighborhood in Washington, D.C. known for its multi-ethnic history and lively bar scene. And though I occasionally spot his distinctive 6’4” frame walking down Columbia Road or...
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Lily Cox-Richard

by Molly Springfield on June 7th, 2011
Not everyone can say they grew up with a giant volcano slide in their backyard. Sculptor and installation artist Lily Cox-Richard can. Her family runs Cox Farms in Centreville, Virginia, an unpretentious “agritainment” complex—where you can get pumpkins in the...
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Gretchen Schermerhorn

by Molly Springfield on December 4th, 2010
Gretchen Schermerhorn loves surprises. It’s fortunate then, that both her work as a printmaker and hand papermaker and her job as the Artistic Director at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center—a non-profit hand papermaking and printmaking center in Silver Spring, Maryland—provide her...
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