Monthly Archives: March 2014

Robert Howsare – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. Through a rigorous material and process-based studio practice, my work investigates anomalies occurring in systems. My work explores optics, printmaking and the apparatus through an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates drawing, installation and projection. Tell … Continue reading

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Jenie Gao – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work that you do. Woodcuts and ink drawings, often of a grandiose scale. Animate and inanimate objects grafted onto one another, violent, yet intimate, suspended in moments of tension. At what point in your life did you … Continue reading

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Leon Patchett – Cromarty, Scotland

Briefly describe the work that you do. I produce sculpture made with wood collected from the forest floor, washed up on beaches, and generally from the local environment. This a pragmatic approach that creates an instinctive and intimate relationship between … Continue reading

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Tay and Val – Singapore and Seattle, Washington

Briefly describe the work you do. “If you can be whoever you want to be, if you can do whatever you want to do, if there are no limits – What is your dream?” Our art is an anthology of … Continue reading

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Ted Lott – Murray, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do. I make sculpture that utilizes the tools, techniques and materials of craft and fine woodworking with a historical approach to material culture and design, often incorporating objects or artifacts into an architecturally influenced visual … Continue reading

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Giovanni Giacoia – Cambridge, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work that you do. In two months, I will finish my MFA studies at Boston University. I work primarily with drawing, painting and printmaking. My older paintings were more figurative; I was interested in creating images of … Continue reading

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Rebecca Barfoot – Durango, Colorado

Briefly describe the work that you do. I am artistically ambidextrous in that I work in a variety of media and refuse to confine myself to a single mode of artistic expression or expertise. I came to art long ago … Continue reading

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