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Randall Stoltzfus Last Updated: 10/18/16
Using a personally-developed style of applying the paint to the canvas, Stoltzfus slowly and intuitively builds richly-textured images that suggest nighttime landscapes in which light and dark engage in a compelling relationship.
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Audrey Stone Last Updated: 10/20/10
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Suzanne Kathaleen Stroebe Last Updated: 02/08/16
Influenced by science, math, and sacred geometry, Suzanne Stroebe creates vibrantly patterned drawings, paintings, prints and sculptures.
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Ines Sun Last Updated: 12/20/16
I paint to connect and nurture the soul.
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Paul Sunday Last Updated: 12/16/12
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Liz Sweibel Last Updated: 11/26/16
My sculpture, installations, and drawings explore touch, points of contact or disconnect, and care, using everyday materials and discards.
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Johnny Tang Last Updated: 02/13/17
Somewhere between eye candy and mind candy is where I want my work to live, and my process is all about maintaining that balance.
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Michael Tarbi Last Updated: 05/15/14
Symbolic constructions about life, death, and the passage of time.
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Keith Telfeyan Last Updated: 05/25/13
Camera-based work about emptiness and space, with a focus on transcendence and the sublime.
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Eduardo Terranova Last Updated: 06/09/17
Born in a country of over fifty years in an internecine war, I destroy and construct my own canvases by hand stitching. I then re-skin the works with layers of metallic paints. Stitching, like love making, is a long process.
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Loui A Terrier Last Updated: 12/01/14
The Knots and Flora series (Drawings and Paintings), are meditations on time perception, the layering of experience, obstruction, nostalgia, turmoil, and the charting of a personal chance operation. Inclement Portraits.
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Erin Treacy Last Updated: 11/11/15
In the studio I aim to capture that moment when something teeter-totters on the verge of object- hood and dissolution.
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Matthew Trygve Tung Last Updated: 12/30/12
Drawings of buildings in states of ruin and abandon, focusing on detailed breakdowns of order and form to highlight the impossibility of a world in which everything is quantifiable.
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P.C. Turczyn Last Updated: 05/26/10
Awareness of the vibrational nature of the universe informs every aspect of my work: gilded paintings with metal leaf, pigments, crystals and mother-of-pearl or digital prints of painted gouache mandalas.
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TJ Volonis Last Updated: 03/15/13
I am a Brooklyn-based artist who makes functional work (tables, chairs) and wall-mounted sculptures from copper tubing.
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Lindsay Walt Last Updated: 11/02/16
Lyrical abstract oil paintings and watercolors
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ChiaYing Wang Last Updated: 08/10/18
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tony wells Last Updated: 01/25/19
Most of my collages are made up of several hundred separate pieces of paper with carefully chosen image, color and structural properties.
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Rochelle L White Last Updated: 02/14/18
Rochelle is a multi-fasted artist using various mediums of artistic expression to speak to the public on a deeper level. Whether paint, video, or objects, she has experience bringing people together to create clear bodies of work.
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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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