Tag Archives: still life

Christa Bowden – Lexington, Virginia

Briefly describe the work you do.  The overarching theme running through all of my projects is observation of the natural world and consideration of the human experience within that world. This is often, but not always, realized through constructed still-life photographs of natural … Continue reading

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Kathleen Hawkes – Winona, Minnesota

Briefly describe the work you do. Currently I am working on a series of large scale still life photographic artworks that are constructed from many layered photographs of cheap consumer goods (candy, dime store trinkets, cellophane, etc).    Tell us … Continue reading

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Cassie Marie Edwards – Madison, South Dakota

Briefly describe the work you do. My recent studio work centers on a series of still life paintings done in oil that are intended to explore the boundaries of representational art. The paintings feature small-scale sets that contain ceramic figurines … Continue reading

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Dana Stirling – New York City

Briefly describe the work you do. My photographic practice chains together straight and still life photography,found footage from my family history and imagery from strangers family albums. Using photography I’ve conducted an examination of my history. Due to the migration of … Continue reading

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Mollie Douthit – Callan, Ireland

Briefly describe the work you do. I am a still life painter, I choose objects that visually attract me and remind me of an experience, or person that’s significant in my life. I paint directly from life, situating the object(s) … Continue reading

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Mary Johnson – Buffalo, New York

Briefly describe the work you do. I make drawings and installation/performances that engage the absurd overlays between the luscious and the decayed; the image and experience. I use organic, decomposing materials in my work and directly on paper, as well … Continue reading

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