My work explores the basics and investigates the coexistence of nature and human structures
referencing visually indigenous shapes, modern houses and street graffiti, and conceptually
interested in the juxtaposition of these three worlds.
Work is in a variety of media forms involving drawing, painting, collage and text. Most of the work
is political in nature. Lately, aging (my own and in general) has been the focus of my interest
through the use of an after ego.
I am a contemporary representational painter who focuses her work on the human experience with figurative images. The images are of New York City, exploring the interaction of people and their environments.
Community, identity, tradition, and ritual. Lauren is interested in the ways that people form their identities through their community. Observing as well as participating, her work ranges from photography to performance and installation.
My conceptually driven work interrogates the visual manifestations of our cultural ambivalence
towards the human body. My objects & images employ a variety of media including sculpture,
ceramics, photography, video & works on paper.
Sara's multidisciplinary work includes video with sound, installation, digital image and drawing.
Her work has been included in numerous shows and screenings nationally and internationally since
the late 80's.
The Knots and Flora series (Drawings and Paintings), are meditations on time perception, the
layering of experience, obstruction, nostalgia, turmoil, and the charting of a personal chance
operation. Inclement Portraits.
I work between genres of painting, drawing, installation, assemblage, photography and video to
explore process, impermanence, essentiality and serendipity through the transformation of
everyday materials and found objects.
Yejin Yoo's medium-referential photo work is an extension of traditional abstract paintings that are
based on emotional and individual expressions. She works cross mediums that can be viewed
virtually or printed on paper again.