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Ian Thomas – Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania

Briefly describe the work you do.  Interdisciplinary. Tell us about your background and how that has had an influence on your work and on you as an artist. In 1975, the year before I was born, my grandfather, an industrial … Continue reading

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Broc Toft – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  My current body of work consists of seemingly simple objects that sit on walls and tables awaiting our approach. We move and are moved by the breaking down of our assumptions, which leads to … Continue reading

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Rachel Eng – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. When I search the word “small” in the thesaurus many words associated with insignificance and being inappreciable come up. Why is something that is described as small associated with being unimportant? I think the opposite; the … 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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Samuel Davis – Kansas City, Missouri

Briefly describe the work you do. I make slip cast and assembled sculptures using porcelain and mixed media. I use kitsch and ceramics as a vocabulary and platform that is universal, but through its construction and relationships it can speak … 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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Liz Tran – Seattle, Washington

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is influenced by the connection between the natural world and my internal environment. Mountains represent overcoming obstacles, water symbolizes change and trees, growth. My goal is to create an atmosphere that is … Continue reading

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