Tag Archives: landscape

Caity Fares – Berkeley, California

Briefly describe the work you do.  My practice is rooted in photography and I am especially drawn towards utilizing analog film and handmade cameras to create imagined landscapes. Timeless aesthetics such as horizon lines, skyscapes, and mountains inspire me, and … Continue reading

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Hannah Skoonberg – Bowling Green, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work often combines delicate cut paper with relief and photographic processes. I work on translucent Japanese paper that accentuates the fragility of the work. Recurring themes revolve around my interest in landscape, grief, … Continue reading

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Stephanie Clark – Minneapolis, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do.   My most recent work concerns my physicality in locale and environment. While residing in different communities over time, my work has become oracular in nature: each painting revealing itself through my time spent … Continue reading

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Dinora Justice – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do I paint, draw, make videos and build things. My work is a personal, highly biographical exploration of the complicated relationship between humans and the natural environment. Tell us a little about your background and … Continue reading

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Claire Elliott – San Francisco, California

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a painter, and as such I have an obsessive dedication to investigating what paint can do as well as the act of painting itself. In the work I am currently making, I … Continue reading

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Norwood Viviano – Plainwell, Michigan

Briefly describe the work you do. For the past four years I have focused on three related bodies of work that deal with landscape after industry moves on. These projects are complementary as each tells a story of population shift … Continue reading

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Joshua Willis – Brooklyn, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is the result of sequenced and layered processes that begin with a set of parameters limiting materials, approaches to mark-making and content. At the outset, the parameters are functional, or they serve … Continue reading

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