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Umesh Mangipudi Last Updated: 10/03/16
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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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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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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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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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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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Wyatt Parlette Last Updated: 07/14/14
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Helena Parriott Last Updated: 12/07/16
Painting and sculpture, multidisciplinary.
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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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Rosa B Perr Last Updated: 01/21/15
Dreams of sea, memories of family, and moons always moons.
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Joshua R Peters Last Updated: 08/11/17
I write love notes to dead and living artists in my work, I make conceptual portraits to rattle cages as a rule and collaborate whenever possible.
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Adrienne Reynolds Last Updated: 12/29/16
Linear compositions exploring physical and psychological space, energy, patterns, connections and dis-connections. Influenced by cities, architecture, travel, interconnectivity. Media: gouache on paper, and paper constructions.
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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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Lorenzo Sanjuan Last Updated: 12/20/16
Paintings, sculptures, furniture, a variety of things... and I spend time developing artistic concepts and preparing proposals. With these, without a doubt, I grow. I can express thoughts and emotions best visually.
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Jennifer Seastone Last Updated: 02/19/18
I work in sculpture and mixed media installations, video and performance. My work manifests palimpsest form, like memories of texts that have been erased away, a trace left behind, a reminder that the past existed and still prevails.
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Sasha Shaw Last Updated: 05/10/11
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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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Hannah Xenakis Last Updated: 08/28/15
I make playful yet sophisticated impressionistic drawings of the world around me and within me, blending the real with the imaginary to create a unique visual experience.
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Hyojin Yoo Last Updated: 03/01/19
My work begins with the awareness that concepts can only be understood if enacted in real time, with direct body involvement, and through the consensus of shared experience. Bringing everyday invisible to visible experiences.
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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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