Twins Journal about art, life and being twins.

Cityscape with Water Towers

Cityscape with Water Towers started with a burst of energy about 4 years ago. It started with vigorous work, followed by a long period of waiting. In the initial layers, the canvas was brushed with yellow and ochre in a way that it made us feel as if we were looking...

What Comes to Pass

It’s December already, and we have to admit, we’re caught a bit off guard. If it hadn’t been for the abrupt weather change, we'd think we'd still have some warm summer months to enjoy. We spend so much time in our studio it’s easy to pass a number of days before...

Twin Beds

If you’ve visited our studio, you might have noticed the words ‘twin beds’ written on a scrap of paper and taped to the wall. It's a note written a couple of years ago while we were having a conversation about the root of our collaborative work. Initially, the words...

An Invitation to Walk on Water

"The Floating Piers"   Earlier in the year, a friend had learned of an upcoming Christo and Jeanne-Claude art installation that was going to be open for two weeks in June on a lake in northern Italy. Instead of wrapping islands, trees, or buildings in fabric, Christo...

The Commodity of Time

We’ve been hearing the phrase “time is a commodity” a lot recently. In the past, when we’ve engaged on this subject with others, we’ve all nodded our heads in agreement. This statement made sense to us in theory, but it was only recently that we absorbed the true...

Are Your Parents Artists?

We're often asked if our parents were artists. This question used to be hard for us to answer, as it wasn't a simple yes or no. In the traditional sense, neither parent was an artist or for that matter even had regard for art. What our parents appreciated was hard...

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