Monthly Archives: February 2015

Anne Horst – Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. Digging, thinking, wasting, writing, looking, smoking, twinkling, mixing, sewing, collecting, breathing, holding, drinking, deciding, running, discarding, rejecting, accepting, deciding, decinding, deciding, painting. Tell us a little about your background and how that influences you … Continue reading

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Leslie A. Holland – Santa Fe, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a visual artist who draws from architecture and landscape, edging into figurative allegory. My work spans multiple mediums and formats. Photographs are drawn small-format. Printmaking influences composition and color. At the end … Continue reading

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Michael Nichols – Bowling Green, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do. My work utilizes buon fresco, an ancient technique of pigmenting wet lime plaster. In its purest sense, fresco is a method of painting into stone. I enjoy the physical act of making and spreading … Continue reading

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Sujin Lee – Seoul, Korea

Briefly describe the work you do. I work with text, video and performance, exploring the way in which different cultural and linguistic systems affect the performative actions of language.  My experience of moving to the U.S. from Korea and learning … Continue reading

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Tanya Ziniewicz – Baltimore, Maryland

Briefly describe the work you do. I investigate subtleties of human interaction, imagination, and transience through a network of organic linear forms that are continually emerging, growing, reaching, and intertwining. My paintings build and traverse paths between observation and invention, … Continue reading

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Anne Krinsky – London, United Kingdom

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a painter and printmaker and also make site-specific installations in response to archived collections. My work often begins with a grid. I find pattern and geometry everywhere — in the bilateral symmetry … Continue reading

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Patrick Santos – San Francisco, California

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is greatly inspired my personal life. I tend to work in photography, video and installation. I use objects found in gatherings, parties and groups because I am interested in the temporality, disposability … Continue reading

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Olliemoonsta – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do. We normally work with acrylic paint on canvas and digital illustration. Our work is a weird mixture between urban tribes and traditional tribes. We have always seen how people treat indigenous tribes as primitives … Continue reading

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Robyn Ellenbogen – Shrewsbury, New Jersey

Briefly describe the work you do. I make images in a broad variety of media ranging from 12th century techniques of silverpoint and egg tempera to digital animation, artist books, and interactive installations. The installations combine bamboo structures, and handmade … Continue reading

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Susan Meyer – Hudson, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I make sculptures and sculptural installations. They reference architecture and landscape, often suggesting other worlds. Recently the forms are a little bit figurative, in my mind anyway, something of a mash-up of humanoid, scholar’s … Continue reading

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