Tag Archives: Portland

Amy Bay – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do.  I make small scale, abstract oil paintings on canvas and panel. They skirt the edges of geometric abstraction and more gestural painting. Colors and marks accumulate and the surfaces become topographical. I mix a … Continue reading

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Ben Skiba – Madison, Wisconsin

Briefly describe the work you do.  I have found myself intrigued over the past couple of years at the thought of artists who make work about their material. I work extensively within the confines of a ceramic studio and because … Continue reading

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Jody Boyer – Omaha, Nebraska

Briefly describe the work you do. Throughout my work there is a theme of longing through conceptual gesture. I make images that hold a sense of poetry or reflect on the complexities of the human experience. Sometimes I create spaces … Continue reading

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Anya Roberts-Toney – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work examines the consumption of pop culture images through the lens of painting. Referencing promotional photographs and stills from television and music videos, I utilize formal disruptions to examine both the desire and … Continue reading

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Kayleigh Nelson – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. With familiar household items and materials often discarded I create installations and performances that isolate everyday sounds, gestures, and images to investigate how different languages and symbolism are created in relationships. Tell us a … Continue reading

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Alexander Petersen – Portland, Oregon

Briefly describe the work you do. My work is characterized by highly refined graphite drawings and illustrations, which are often accompanied by text. Drawings range from small, tightly rendered images to large, gestural articulations. Technical concerns deal almost exclusively with … Continue reading

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