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Howard M Skrill Last Updated: 12/16/17
Drawings and pictorial essays drawn from local examples of public statuary for the Anna Pierrepont Series
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Lauren M Smith Last Updated: 09/15/15
Smith utilizes a personalized mark-making language to create drawings focused on the body's constant state of transition.
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Sonjie F Solomon Last Updated: 12/30/16
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Tamara Staples Last Updated: 02/02/18
Side Effects May Include is a photography-based installation, a "pill" bedroom that explores the disconnection between mental health challenges and medication; more specifically polypharmacy.
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Julie Tesser Last Updated: 10/06/13
My pieces are pinched, clay parts with botanical influences combined to create larger installations as well as intimate groupings.
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Brigitta Varadi Last Updated: 01/01/17
I search for pattern and repetition of gesture that relate to the invisible and everyday rituals of working life and the constructed environment.
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Peonia Vazquez-D'Amico Last Updated: 09/21/15
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Tom Vega Last Updated: 11/16/17
The communication of mood and feeling through the medium of color is of primary intention in my work. References to landscape, movement, the figure, and cultural context form the underlying messages-though veiled-and irrevocably changed.
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Andrés Vera Martínez Last Updated: 12/10/14
Award winning Cartoonist/Illustrator. Co-Author of the graphic novels Little White Duck: A Childhood in China, Breuckelen 1679, and soon to be released Espiritu, Texas 1879 - 2015
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Erik Von Ploennies Last Updated: 07/19/12
My work is a collage of random thoughts and inspiration layered together through a series of improvisational sessions. Much of the content comes from my everyday life experiences. The end result is sometimes convoluted, and abstract. I
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Gail Ward Last Updated: 12/18/14
"Free work is about not setting labels, limitations or expectations. I plug in and let the universe do the rest." It's successful if someone feels something when they see it.
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Christina Wedberg Last Updated: 09/28/14
Illustration and Traditional Painting
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Crystal Wei Last Updated: 06/13/13
Paintings and drawings reflecting their lack of sound.
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Jackie Weisberg Last Updated: 12/10/13
My series, Gowanus Impressions, was made in response to the crisis that occurred just before it became a superfund site, sparking my intense desire to make beautiful images of an area that stood on the brink of great change.
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Matthew C Wilson Last Updated: 11/13/15
Matthew C. Wilson is an artist working in a variety of media including installation, sculpture, video, and site specific action; his work distills constellations extracted from entwined natural, historical, cultural, and economic process.
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Alice Zinnes Last Updated: 08/22/17
Inspired by ancient myths, poems and stories, these oil paintings, watercolors, ink and charcoal drawings lyrically express our deepest dreams and fears.
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