Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sarah Morejohn – Eugene, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work focuses on making a world through an accumulations of marks. I create meditative drawings on paper that simultaneously forms and explores the place of an invented creature or landscape. I am influenced … Continue reading

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Darrell Roberts – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do.  I am an abstract painter. I create small scale works dealing with lots of color and texture based on my experiences of my environments.  In my studio I have five places I work at … Continue reading

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Joshua Willis – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is the result of sequenced and layered processes that begin with a set of parameters limiting materials, approaches to mark-making and content. At the outset, the parameters are functional, or they serve … Continue reading

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Jessica Borusky – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a cultural producer. My aim is to generate thoughtful, creative work and generate a space for discovery utilizing performance, video, curation, writing, and conversation. I am interested in uncovering cultural and personal … Continue reading

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Ericka Walker – Halifax, NS, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do. !The majority of my visual artwork revolves around drawing and printmaking. I am especially interested in the vernacular history of printmaking and printed ephemera, and the sociopolitical uses of visual propaganda throughout modernity. I … Continue reading

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Monica Lacey – Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

Briefly describe the work that you do. In my work I focus mainly on drawing out the beauty of that which is broken, overlooked, or discarded – it is important to me to look closely at life, to notice the … Continue reading

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Lena Klyukina – Vilnius, Lithuania

Briefly describe the work you do. I draw surreal pictures, mostly inspired by music and nature and everything in between. At what point in your life did you want to become an artist? I started taking drawing seriously about 6 … Continue reading

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Jane Gordon – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do. For the past seven or eight years, I have been focused on installation work in ceramics, most often designed for temporary outdoor installations. I consider the pieces “site-particular,” because they each need some specific … Continue reading

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Mark Creegan – Jacksonville, Florida

Briefly describe the work you do. I make various formal arrangements and structures, usually site-specific, with materials I have accumulated over the years. Some of the materials include used watercolor sets, hairnets, shark teeth, and toothpaste. I work in a variety … Continue reading

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Yeol Jung – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I tear, I cut, and I sew. My work is to operate plastic surgery on a pig’s head. By using metaphors I can intensify reality. The context of my work describes not only the … Continue reading

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