Monthly Archives: March 2014

Bonnie Stipe – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do. As an artist, I find myself continually interested in the notion of beauty. My work is concerned with societal visualizations of gender roles and whether our preconceived notions of beauty come from biological sources … Continue reading

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Anja Notanja Sieger – Franklin, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. 2013 was spent cutting dragon thoughts out of paper, traveling to outer space to capture the culture there, messing with shadow puppetry and regularly appearing at many Milwaukee locations as “La Prosette,” a public therapy service … Continue reading

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Paula Schulze – Shorewood, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I create drawings and prints that use pattern and ornament to organize space. I’m inspired by architectural ornament, early and pre-Renaissance art, and Islamic geometry. Tell us a little about your background and how … Continue reading

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Delaney Smith – Houston, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. Currently I am working in two directions: I create installations and sculptures from altered and handmade paper, and I make interactive books that contain instructions for the viewer to complete. I am inspired by … Continue reading

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Stefani Quam – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work that you do. My work highlights the shape of the circle. For me, the circle symbolizes the process, pattern, routine, cycles reoccurring in nature and the lived experience. I utilize the circle in a variety of … Continue reading

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Steve Snell – Hastings, Nebraska

Briefly describe the work you do. I like to call my art practice adventure art. I use the term to describe a performance-based action of adventure, in which I (or someone else) use creativity and imagination to have an exciting … Continue reading

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Neal Calvin Peterson – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. For me, concept always supersedes medium. As a result, my work has included a variety of audio, video, projection, graphic design, and a bit of traditional media. I strive for different and beautiful—beautiful being … Continue reading

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Jessie Van der Laan – Knoxville, Tennessee

Briefly describe the work that you do. My work embodies transition, in subject and form. I work interchangeably between drawing, printmaking, fiber sculpture, and installation, using repetition to build form and a sense of time. My materials are selected based on … Continue reading

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Patrick Earl Hammie – Champaign, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. Perhaps more than any other form of image-making, figurative painting has often been interpreted as a reflection of the values of period in which it is produced. My work investigates the expectations built into … Continue reading

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Ellen Greene – Chicago, Illinois

I am hesitant to describe anything I do with too much specificity because I hate to pigeon hole the work I do. I am most well known for the painted “tattooed” vintage women’s gloves. I see myself as a painter … Continue reading

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