Monthly Archives: April 2014

Crystal Brown – Kansas City, Kansas

Briefly describe the work you do. I consider myself to be an interdisciplinary artist and a parent/artist activist, I don’t believe being an artist and a mother are mutually exclusive endeavors but that the two inform and influence each other. … Continue reading

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Joe Page, Walla Walla, Washington

Briefly describe the work you do. The escapist allure of immersive environments drives my work, orienting the viewer in a place of comfort and curiosity.  The vibrant colors, reductive imagery, and illustrated movements within the “Flow Chart” series of installations … Continue reading

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Genevieve Jaying Pan – Seattle, Washington

Briefly describe the work that you do. My work largely focuses on the process, the materials, and how someone could identify with the finished product. I aim to combine fine art and design by applying design modeling to the artwork, … Continue reading

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Stacy Streeter – Jacksonville, Florida

Briefly describe the work that you do. My work tells a personal narrative about loss and grief. I use printmaking, sculpture, and video to explore the pain.  I am an object maker as well as an image maker: I make … Continue reading

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Brenton Hamilton – Rockport, Maine

Briefly describe the work you do. I work with photography – especially the historical processes from the 19th century. The cyanotype, platinum, French paper calotype especially. At what point I your life did you want to become an artist? At … Continue reading

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Rachel Bruya – Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My artwork is about the built environment. I’ve spent a lot of time studying cities; how they are built, why they are built, why they change, etc. I think they reflect social and economic … Continue reading

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Grant Stoops – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m a painter. In the past year I’ve been making paintings that are based off of small clay figures. At what point I your life did you want to become an artist? Like a … Continue reading

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Michelle Wilson – Oakland, California

Briefly describe the work you do.            My work fluctuates between contemplative activism and personal narrative. It takes the form of handmade papers, prints, artist books, sculptures, installations and social practice interventions. In the nonlinear narratives … Continue reading

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Marcy Rosenblat – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work that you do. These paintings are essentially process paintings that bring to mind aspects of concealment and revelation. The subject is left intentionally ambiguous in order to initiate associations of what it means to cover or … Continue reading

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Pamela Anderson – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I am an modernist abstract expressionist painter. My work relates to the great abstract expressionists but my work is created in bold vibrant saturated colors.   At what point I your life did you … Continue reading

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