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Nicholas Battis Last Updated: 12/28/16
For this series of ink drawing on Yupo paper, I have developed an abstract visual language of forms and marks that references the virtual world including our relationship with the internet, interconnectedness and social media.
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Susan Bee Last Updated: 03/14/16
I am a figurative oil painter working from film stills and also creating landscapes. In addition I also do artist's books.
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Lilla LoCurto Bill Outcault Last Updated: 11/16/15
Collaborating since 1991, Lilla LoCurto and Bill Outcault are artists whose work has focused on the fragile nature of life and their relationship with an increasingly technological world.
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John Brekke Last Updated: 06/03/10
In the simplest terms, I am a mark-maker. This making of marks, lines, scratches, letters and strokes is central to my work and leads, only incidentally, to an area that is about light, tone and texture.
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Juanli Carrion Last Updated: 02/09/17
My work is based on the identification of cultural conflicts that are revealed in the definition of social, political and economic identity at individual and collective levels.
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Ted Casterline Last Updated: 08/04/18
Landscape drawings with architectural elements that are also animals.
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Brian Cavanaugh Last Updated: 05/13/15
Brian Cavanaugh is an artist whose digital art practice explores data, technology, and digital culture.
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Jesse Chun Last Updated: 12/05/16
My work is an investigation of the codes and constructs of place, transit, and home. I engage with found sources, and the elements of language, meaning, and context to reinterpret the pre-existing notions of dwelling
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Lisa Diller Last Updated: 01/04/16
Vibrant landscapes, waterscapes and urban images that both calm and excite.
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Maria Elena González Last Updated: 06/30/15
My sculptural installations are architecturally as well as personally informed. Employing a vocabulary shaped by minimalism and conceptual art, and using simple geometric forms and industrial materials.
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Melody GUINI Last Updated: 07/21/17
Portrait paintings interacting with abstract space.
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Kristin Holcomb Last Updated: 12/09/14
These photographs are of surfaces changed by weather, paint, rust and algae, to complex, organic paintings. They are about rebirth; about the possibility of beauty in destruction.
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Reineke Hollander Last Updated: 08/03/16
My work deals with rescuing memories and stories using vintage fabric, pre-owned painted canvas, mixed media and sewing, putting them together in new contexts.
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Diana Hosley Burchfield Last Updated: 08/03/17
Another artist’s quote, “ Watercolor allows the artist to choose a medium known for unpredictability and transparency, in which case material and concept work together to explore the possibilities.”
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Beth A. Katleman Last Updated: 11/12/10
I create pop-rococo installations in porcelain.
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KIYA KIM Last Updated: 12/28/14
I have developed multi media work as Collage, Mixed media, Jewelry, Fashion, etc. These are relative all of my sensibility and looks big one universe.
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Martha LeDuc Last Updated: 01/25/16
I do abstract as well as small illustrations.
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Joan Lurie Last Updated: 05/15/14
ceramic sculpture
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Kerry Maloney Last Updated: 07/10/17
Run a non-profit that funds grassroots organizations that use Art Therapy programs for some of the most disadvantaged youth in the tri-state area. Photography has been part of my being since that first moment I picked up my Pentax at 13
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Victoria K Manganiello Last Updated: 03/15/17
Victoria Manganiello creates paintings and installations by spinning, dying and weaving her own canvases to explore the curious intersections between synthetic and natural processes as well as history, technology, and identity.
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