Borchert will often pick up a pen or a pencil when she wants to reflect quietly and a fully-thought out drawing emerges from her process.
"Charcoal, graphite, colored pencil, marker, conte, pen and ink are really easy to just pick up," she said. "Drawing is hands-on. You can feel the hand of the artist in the work. It's a very honest medium." ...
[Four Artists Discuss Underrated Medium by Bora Mici - Potomac Patch]
Friday, 18 March 2011 07:56
Art Show "promoted" by NPR - WAMU 88.5 "ArtBeat"
'Art Beat' With Sean Rameswaram
March 16, 2011
... (March 16-27) THE TRADITIONAL STUFF For more art, less science you can pay a visit to Kentlands Mansion in Gaithersburg, where the multimedia works of three area artists are on display through the end of the month. You'll find expressionist depictions of people, places, and people in places. ...
Bora Mici invited fine artist Vian Borchert for an online Interview with Artists Speak, a blog page that "is interviewing artists about the state of art today, and how this condition relates to society and the artist as an instigator."
The Potomac Alamanc announces the art show at the Kentlands Mansion art show in its March 9, 2011 edition. To read the complete announcement on page 9, download the Potomac Alamanac from the Almanac Archive.
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 16:39
"Three Local Artists at Kentlands Mansion"
"Cathy Abramson, Carolyn Jackson and Vian Borchert are showing their paintings at Kentlands Mansion through March 27. An artists reception will be held February 1st." by Bora Mici, Gaithersburg Patch
The Washington Post lists the art exhibition at the Kentlands Mansion in its Going Out Guide.
Wednesday, 23 February 2011 14:48
"Kentlands Mansion brushes up on three local artists"
The Gazette published an article about the co-exhibit at the Kentlands Mansion
An Article by Topher Forhecz (Staff Writer)
"...Her paintings are on the second floor of the gallery, and her collection includes likenesses of John Lennon and pop-art provocateur Andy Warhol. The impact both artists continue to have on modern culture provided motivation for her to create the series.
"I'm playing with the idea of ‘You can kill the body, but you can't kill the soul,'" she says."
The full article can be found in the download section below or online at the Gazette.Net website!