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May 12th, 2008

Colleen Kinsella (Fire on Fire) opens online gallery

I’ve always felt that to be an artist is to always be open to all forms of expression, as if the line between music, painting, writing, photography, sculpting, cooking is never and should never be defined. It is the artist’s curse – and greatest joy – that the best and sometimes only means of expression comes manifested in the mediums that our technology affords us.

If you’ve listened to Fire on Fire, you’ve heard Colleen Kinsella’s striking voice, harmonium, guitar, accordion, and banjo speaking in a tongue that you might never hear in conversation. It’s the language of pure expression, and that dialogue continues further in her newly released collection of mixed media artwork.

[Link to Colleen Kinsella artwork]


  1. Huge fan. Good stuff. Big Blood needs to come out West.

    Comment by Link — May 14, 2008 @ 2:27 am
  2. Super Fan …Big Blood has touched my soul.

    Comment by David — January 1, 2012 @ 8:20 pm
  3. I don’t even really like folk or acoustic that much, but when I heard Collen’s voice I had to “track her down.” She is sooo much better than all the rest of them out there. I’m not surprised to se that she is a visual artist as well. What a voice. Gotta come down from Portland and get known a little, although none of the group seem like they would like the city scene.

    Comment by Daniel Thaler — May 14, 2012 @ 6:51 pm

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