Tag Archives: 3D

Melis Agabigum – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make small and large scale sculptural objects that can function on and off the body. Many of the pieces I make, fall into the category of wearables/jewelry, but because of their sculptural aspects, … Continue reading

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Victoria Buck – Knoxville, Tennessee

Briefly describe the work you do.  I am a mixed media, sculpture artist. My current work deals with the liminal moment after a disaster- primarily a natural disaster. Where our preconceived notions of stability cease to exist, yet our primal … Continue reading

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Jessica Teckemeyer – Dubuque, Iowa

Briefly describe the work you do. The unreal becomes tangible through my sculptural forms. My interests include rare phenomenon, ancient mythology, monster theory, and spirituality. Based on research into these topics and observation of human behavior, concepts evolve into animal … Continue reading

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Niya Lee – Silver City, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do. Seeking rich abundance and relation with the natural world that is seemingly at conflict with our culture, I have been working on a series of sculptures depicting humans that are colonized by other life … Continue reading

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Niya Lee – Silver City, New Mexico

Briefly describe the work you do. Seeking rich abundance and relation with the natural world that is seemingly at conflict with our culture, I have been working on a series of sculptures depicting humans that are colonized by other life … Continue reading

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Katherine Virag – Buffalo, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I make sculptures with found objects. I’m particularly interested in exploring how I can use material objects to represent abstract concepts of a physical self vs. a spiritual self or soul, one’s inner world … Continue reading

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