Artists Ruth Lozner and Kenzie Raulin use a mode of working that is quite different from the customary traditional or even modernist model. The majority of artists choose to work alone, and indeed, these artists continue to do so, as well. However, a significant part of both their art practices, involves collaboration with each other: equally sharing concepts and aesthetics, techniques and skills, experience and perspective, while happily working side-by-side on the same pieces at the same time. Brainstorming concepts and content and discussing artistic decisions and techniques happen in real time. This dynamic process allows these artists to expand their own vision and capabilities and produce work that is beautiful and meaningful.
The process becomes as important and enjoyable as the end result.