Paintings imbued with the layers of life learning that all is more complicated than it seems yet
simple as in the birth of a thought, child, or tears rolling down ones cheek.
expressionistic oil portraiture, intricate line drawings, as well as non-representational
"emotional landscapes", visual poetry, video, sound, and performance.
I combine paper-cuts, painting, drawing and photo elements to create work about the mystery of
the sexual experience.
Work includes oil and sculpture; themes gravitate toward landscapes, nature and natural
phenomena. Recent work: "Bewilderness", an outdoor art installation in a pine forest which focuses
on the tree as metaphor for non-human "other".
Above all, my focus is on making beautiful pieces—visually powerful and harmonious to the senses—that can play their part in moving us forward on the path of human progress.
I maneuver pools of pigment and water into recognizable forms from the vantage of a woman.
Brooklyn Based Filmmaker known for The Garden Left Behind, Rain and Anemone.
My process of imaging is like dreaming and daydreaming, and an exploration of autobiographical
Assemblage in handmade frames.
In my work I minimize the cityscape to simple geometric forms to present how I see the urban
environment and the relationship between its people, its spaces, and its structures.
Randy Gibson is a Brooklyn-based artist composing with sound, time, light, and space. Gibson's
performances, installations, and objects aim to shift and refocus the perception of passing time.
Anne Gilman uses text and non-text drawing in varying formats that include large-scale works on
paper, installations, prints, and multi-panel projects.
Drawing from the fields of philosophy, architecture, and design, my artworks critically and playfully challenge our relationship to measured space and time versus our experience of it.
Nancy Glover's work explores the psychological search for place.
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