Ted Drozdowski

The Collector

Sinclair Hitchings places a cup of Earl Grey, lightly tanned with cream, back in its saucer on his table at the Four Seasons. “The best thing to collect is the art of your own times, because you can know the…

Between Rock and an Art Place

The inside of Mikey Welsh's Inman Square apartment looks like a paintball battlefield. Splashes, drips, and pools of vibrant colors — fireplug reds, screaming yellows, coal blacks — are everywhere. They trickle down the walls and dapple the doorknobs, but…

Getting the Blues

Rivulets of sweat run east and west of Peter Parcek's eyes, trickling from under the band of his porkpie hat as he squints at his guitar. His hands flow over the frets and wood with Zen-like economy. The right picks…

Lone Wolf

Peter Wolf believes in magic. Not the kind that involves top hats and white rabbits or voodoo dolls and pins, but the magic that happens when the stars align and allow artists to reach their creative heights. It's no matter…