Monthly Archives: July 2015

Christa Bowden – Lexington, Virginia

Briefly describe the work you do.  The overarching theme running through all of my projects is observation of the natural world and consideration of the human experience within that world. This is often, but not always, realized through constructed still-life photographs of natural … Continue reading

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Kathleen Hawkes – Winona, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. Currently I am working on a series of large scale still life photographic artworks that are constructed from many layered photographs of cheap consumer goods (candy, dime store trinkets, cellophane, etc).    Tell us … Continue reading

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Sarah Kaufman – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Briefly describe the work you do.  I use color photography to picture moments of coherence among our bodies and the world around us and explore our potential to exist unselfconsciously and fully present within our physical selves. The images investigate … Continue reading

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Jesper Blåder – Sweden

Briefly describe the work you do.  My paintings depicts everyday events and places, often with a dark undertone. I like the questions: -What has happened before and what will happen after? There is often a feeling of threat present in … Continue reading

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Chris Hewitt – Fredonia, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. It’s all about relationships.  The mechanics of how the tar paper feather fits to the wood wing.  Or how the frame works with the cypress knee pedestal beneath it.  In my art, I’m trying … Continue reading

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Kuh Del Rosario – Vancouver, BC, Canada

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is about where I came from, where I am now and where I want to be. I think about the malleability of memory and its role in fantasy and reality. I think about … Continue reading

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Chenhung Chen – Los Angeles, California

  Briefly describe the work you do.  In my work I focus on line, always recognizing its presence within drawing, Chinese calligraphy and painting, and American Abstract Expressionism. I make sculpture/installations, which are composed of recycled materials including copper wire, … Continue reading

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