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Melanie Fischer Last Updated: 01/05/17
Through my work I question and play with human's relationship with "the Natural".
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Sarah Nicholls Last Updated: 05/13/10
I am a visual artist who makes pictures with language, books with pictures, prints with type and animations with words.
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Danny Coeyman Last Updated: 06/01/10
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Angela Earley Last Updated: 05/31/10
The process of mark-making through drawing, carving or etching is the most direct way for me to translate an experience. I am interested in capturing and unraveling the dualities of everyday, urban life in my imagery.
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Meghann J Snow Last Updated: 07/14/10
My work consists of performance, dance, painting, and video. I have always indulged in gestural movement when it is involved with painting or materials.I like to think of my work as a choreographical combination of expression.
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Janet L Bohman Last Updated: 05/14/14
My work, inspired by birds flying freely, takes the form of painted reliefs in both linen and folded paper.
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Traci Molloy Last Updated: 01/16/14
My work explores themes of adolescent culture, identity, violence, and the aftermath of trauma through painting, photography, printmaking, and installation,
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Florian Le Bris Last Updated: 08/02/10
" Art is not a thing, it is a way "
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Brian Fernandes-Halloran Last Updated: 11/20/10
My work captures scenes from my neighborhood. They take an introspective approach to social commentary, focusing on my own perspective while exploring how everyday interactions contribute to boundaries between social groups.
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Angelica Bergamini Last Updated: 03/14/19
My works are meditations on the search for balance between the inner and outer world, and on the perception of our impermanence; a reflection on the universality of the human experience, and on the necessity for a radical reverence for life
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Ben Knight Last Updated: 12/22/10
Painting with light, lighting with paint.
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Felipe Baeza Last Updated: 01/18/11
My work utilizes my biography not only to explore personal experience but also to provide a lens for the persistent effects of social institutions and cultural practices on the individual. Addressing everything from immigration to sexuality
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Jane E Zweibel Last Updated: 12/03/11
My work explores issues of gender and identity through the lens of self-portraiture, narrative, and inventive figuration.
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Karen Ostrom Last Updated: 01/01/14
I use photography, animation, video, installation and sound to create narrative structures that invite the viewer to infer alternate narratives based on contradictory or paradoxical conditions.
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Sasha Shaw Last Updated: 05/10/11
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Robert J Salmieri Last Updated: 03/27/15
My paintings are visual metaphors of my everyday life. In that way they are like visual poems.
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Jade Yumang Last Updated: 02/26/16
My work focuses on what queer form looks like through the visual strategy of sculptural abstraction and performance in relation to beauty, camp, and post-AIDS ethos.
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Kenneth E. Parris III Last Updated: 11/16/16
Through mixed media paintings, graphite drawings, and object-oriented installations, my work explores interpersonal relationships and the human condition to consider how one’s actions affect the surrounding human landscape.
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Christopher Moss Last Updated: 06/18/13
Narrative and formal concerns find balance in this grid of small paintings on panel, each named for a strain of marijuana (I was looking for colorful names to suit the subject matter).
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Patrick Paine Last Updated: 10/11/13
My artwork is about the collective perpetual quest for inner and outer utopia. To articulate my ideas I make installations, kinetic and geometric sculptures, conceptual drawings, functional pottery and the occasional piece of furniture.
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