Monthly Archives: June 2015

Kevin Gaines – Dublin, Ireland

Briefly describe the work you do Sculpture for me is a means of giving form to my personal investigation of a core philosophical question: What is this enigma that we call life? All living matter responds to external stimuli and internalises these external … Continue reading

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Maxwell Rushton – England, London

  Briefly describe the work you do.   The work I produce is varied in terms of it’s time scale and size, some pieces taking me a less than four days and some more than four years. What is consistent … Continue reading

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Angela Redmond – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. My main medium of choice is oil on canvas. I also work with charcoal and pencil drawings on paper and digital artwork, by use of Photoshop and Illustrator. Tell us about your background and … Continue reading

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Robert Gorman – Penaflor, Region Metropolitan Santiago, Chile

Briefly describe the work you do.   I make nontraditional sculpture. Most of my sculptures resemble familiar childhood objects (like stuffed animals/pillows) and genitalia. I’m interested in perception and how our minds process information, react and respond to new experiences. For … Continue reading

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Kelly Brumfield-Woods – Santa Monica, California

Briefly describe the work you do. I paint—acrylic on canvas on panel. My paintings are hard-edge geometric abstractions with some elements from light and space and color theory. I use glitter for light/color-shifts and I use color for the afterimage. … Continue reading

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Xuan (Schwinn) Chen – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do.  I create small wall paintings and site-specific installations. My current and future bodies of work contain anomalies of the hand and the physical process of making a painting. I use non-paint materials as paint, … Continue reading

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Tatiana Gulenkina – Washington, DC

Briefly describe the work you do. I’m mostly into experimental abstract photography (photograms, cyanotypes, and other alternative processes) as well as still life and environmental photography, both film and digital. Things Merging and Falling Apart, which is my main project, … Continue reading

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