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Eric A Dahl Last Updated: 04/15/14
Life is an adventure. Life is colorful. My life is my canvas. I am a healing, visual and performing artist. My work is about my experience as a human life form, and the energies surrounding that experience. What is the Human experience? ...
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Sarah R Dahnke Last Updated: 08/03/15
Dance, video, fun
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Cat Del Buono Last Updated: 02/28/18
Cat Del Buono is a Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker whose works focus on social issues.
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Maria Dimanshtein Last Updated: 12/26/16
I combine paper-cuts, painting, drawing and photo elements to create work about the mystery of the sexual experience.
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Diane Dwyer Last Updated: 01/26/16
interdisciplinary artist
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Kia C Dyson Last Updated: 11/05/15
Digital art and collages.
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Sara E Eichner Last Updated: 07/18/17
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Kiarra Elliott Last Updated: 03/31/18
The art of fusing the metaphorical and physical meaning of beauty in paint. Providing positive imagery that is both soft yet strong and challenging; I am Afrocentric Keyy.
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Mark Joshua Epstein Last Updated: 01/26/16
Abstract works on paper referencing textiles, fashion, the body, bad taste, and queerness.
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Francis Estrada Last Updated: 03/15/18
I interrogate how visual cues found in historical photographs, mass media, political propaganda, and personal archives influence or inflect social or cultural narratives.
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Deborah Farnault Last Updated: 06/28/13
The convergence of urbanism and landscape is the foundation of my work; through the use of photography-based research, I address the ideas of absence, romanticism, representation, and authenticity of experience.
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Brenda Ferebee Last Updated: 08/02/15
Currently, my work consists of charcoal portraits of individuals from all walks of life regardless of sex, race, orientation or status.
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Megan A Ferguson Last Updated: 01/08/15
The majority of my work is made using spray paint. I prefer to use this media because I believe it allows you to use your entire body when creating work.
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Fred Fleisher Last Updated: 02/06/18
Working with multiple mediums, I find significance in unnoticed things while making associations with disparate cultural elements such as plush talismans, pro wrestling, sprituality and Walt Whitman.
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Collette V Fournier Last Updated: 04/08/18
As a documentary photographer and member of Kamoinge, Inc., an African-American photography collective, I frequently travel to West Africa to document. My images, made in Ghana are of a Queen Mother and a women's dungeon in Elmina Castl
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Rachel E Frank Last Updated: 01/26/16
My work uses sculpture, theater, and performance to explore the tensions between the natural world and the manmade, the animal and the political, and the past and the present.
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Michael H Fusco Last Updated: 07/09/10
Recent Pratt graduate with strong conviction that art died after the 19th century.
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Roman Andrew Gasowski Last Updated: 03/03/13
My work is a connection with the spirits in my world.
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Skye Gilkerson Last Updated: 04/23/18
Installation, video, and works on paper exploring the tension between time and timelessness, place and placelessness, and the human and universal scale.
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Alessandro Giuliano Last Updated: 10/31/10
trasform in photography the elements in wich i can find signs of a sort of dispropotion between the human being, its expectation, its aspirations that become its necessities, and what it creates or in what it project itself.
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