Tag Archives: Ink

Zina Mussmann – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. My studio practice revolves around confronting issues of safety, vulnerability, and perceptions of danger and anxiety. I make mixed media drawings that reflect the unease of contemporary existence and my own state of mind. … Continue reading

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Sam Still – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I make, burnished ink drawings on paper, minimal graphic images that in some cases seem to hover between foreground and background. These austere black and white shapes vibrate with tension; oscillating between dark/light, figure/ground, … Continue reading

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Neerja Kothari – Kolkata, India

Briefly describe the work you do. Through drawings, text and sound, my work is an investigation of the absurdity in trying to quantify an experience which cannot be. Derived from multiple instances and memories the work is an accumulation of … Continue reading

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Sarah Morejohn – Eugene, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work focuses on making a world through an accumulations of marks. I create meditative drawings on paper that simultaneously forms and explores the place of an invented creature or landscape. I am influenced … Continue reading

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Scott Epeseth – Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do. I make obsessively finished drawings depicting familiar spaces charged with a sense of dark presence, or other instances where planes of existence clash: the future sending messages to the past, memory intruding upon the … Continue reading

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Kathryn Wingard – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work that you do. I am currently working on a series of ink drawings. I have a background in ceramic sculpture and my brain is wired to think in 3-D, so it is interesting to see what … Continue reading

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