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Mark H. Cowardin – Lawrence, Kansas

Briefly describe the work you do. My work begins with the observation of an absurdity relating to the intersection of humans and the natural world.  I am extraordinarily interested in the disconnect between people and the origins of the things … Continue reading

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Andrew Cozzens – Louisville, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do. I aim to create a phenomenological based situation in which the time duration of the exhibited occurrence becomes an experience rather than a measured interval. With an array of materials, I utilize both natural … Continue reading

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Erica Jane Huntzinger – Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My works are visual documentations of internal landscapes. The paintings I create are an attempt to bridge the dualities of the conscious and the unconscious through sensitive attention to experience, perception, and sensation. Each … Continue reading

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Laura Fischman – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. I draw and I paint with a number of different mediums, but at heart I am an oil painter. I love the smell, the viscosity, the colors, and the whole process of oil painting … Continue reading

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Harry Wirth – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work that you do.   The paintings are visuals of my fascination with the dynamics of the natural landscape. The spaces implied on the paper are imaginary glimpses of time and space and do not necessarily represent … Continue reading

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Jeff Redmon – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work that you do. I create abstract art based on my distinctive style of line work. I am a studio artist, creating paintings and prints for the purpose of gallery exhibition, but I also work as a … Continue reading

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Kylie Lockwood – Detroit, Michigan

Briefly describe the work you do. My work begins out of an inquiry into objects that are close at hand. The process is mutable. Many works germinate at once, but rarely adhere to a straight path. They converge and separate … Continue reading

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