Monthly Archives: October 2014

Traci Fowler – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I weave personal narrative with social treatises to connect impulse and awareness. My work focuses on issues of class structure, gender regulations, and the ways in which these discourses both challenge and strengthen one … Continue reading

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Melissa Hill – Fairfax, Virginia

Briefly describe the work you do.I am currently working in fiber based sculpture and installation. Everything that I am creating is extremely process oriented and labor intensive making it a meditative practice for me. The substantial amount of time required … Continue reading

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Linda Hemmersbach – London, England

Briefly describe the work you do. I make abstract paintings, drawings, and small objects in clay, paper and from found materials. For me, the act of painting is akin to trying to pin down an internal dialogue; thoughts rise to … Continue reading

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Jana Ireijo – Westport, Connecticut

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a contemporary pop artist who works in oils and acrylics.  My process is intuitive, and I am always surprised by how a painting turns out! I start with a figure (often a dog), … Continue reading

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Anya Roberts-Toney – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work examines the consumption of pop culture images through the lens of painting. Referencing promotional photographs and stills from television and music videos, I utilize formal disruptions to examine both the desire and … Continue reading

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Ryan Hawk – Austin, Texas

Briefly describe the work you do. Spanning mediums, my work is concerned with systems of art making as they relate to history, technology and the politics of desire. I often employ formal and aesthetic strategies as a means of questioning … Continue reading

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Lois Bielefeld – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  The central motif of my work is the conceptual portrait. I focus on a connective idea that ties a group of people together and explores the human qualities that we all share. There are … Continue reading

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Donal Moloney – London, England

Briefly describe the work you do. The work I make are small paintings on canvas. I construct ‘models’ and dioramas using a variety of materials such as plaster, plasticine, clay, string, paint, wood, plastic and varnishes. I make what could … Continue reading

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J.D. Doria – Tel-Aviv, Israel

Briefly describe the work you do. In my work, since the beginning, it was the line of separation between imagination, nature and matter that caught my attention and became across multiple mediums my experimental and aesthetic enterprise. What would happen if … Continue reading

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Katrina Majkut – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I explore feminine aesthetics, traditions and narratives through mediums that most fit the subject and my ideas, which are usually oil, cross stitch embroidery or screenprinting. I also run a website called, http://www.TheFeministBride.com that … Continue reading

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