September 8, 2017

Agile and silent, the many arms of the climbing plants weave, interweave, unweave and weave again. A chaotic array of voluble, egocentric shoots pour out on walls and columns, on land and fences, and they quickly conceal from view the underlying surfaces. Thousands of twisted, overlapping and crooked stems rapidly acquire the density and hardness of stone. Climbing plants grow on cold concrete and vulnerable wood, in betwe...

June 8, 2017

When painter and designer Arturo Correa registered for business classes at then-Edison Community College (ECC) in 1992, he never expected to discover two of his great passions—art and his beloved wife, Jenn—on the sunlit and verdant Thomas Edison (Lee) Campus.

Arturo, like many students at FSW/Edison, finished his general education courses before transferring to a four-year university and declaring a specific major. His lif...

May 7, 2017

Thank You to the Visual Art Department in High school and Middle School, to SAS, and to the SAS-PTA for funding this academic visitors-in-residence program.

I was so excited to worked with the talented visual art students at SAS, we talked about art and life itself.

I am sure that we will meet again…

Until them… be creative, passionate, and always keep your soul open to amaze yourself…!

Arturo Correa

Singapore, April 28...

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