Tag Archives: works on paper

Shannon Tomanovich – Athens, Georgia

Briefly describe the work you do. Mostly, I make highly detailed and time-altering drawings. Tell us about your background and how that has had an influence on your work and on you as an artist. I’ve always had compulsions; nail … Continue reading

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Tamar Zinn – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do.  My work reflects a preoccupation with spatial ambiguity, whether informed by geometry or line. Recently, my gaze has shifted away from rhythmic complexity towards compositions that are increasingly spare and contemplative.  While relationships between forms … Continue reading

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Ula Einstein – New York, New York

Briefly describe the work you do.  Using the inspiration of the material’s characteristics as a starting point, the urge to change, advance, conceal, and unconceal, as the particular work takes form, I’m engaged in morphing, re-metabolizing, and transformation.  In an … Continue reading

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Leslie Nichols – Bowling Green, Kentucky

Briefly describe the work you do. My primary medium is a manual typewriter, which I use to create text-based works on paper. I use the genre of portraiture to create images about identity. For me, the inclusion of text in … Continue reading

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Anne Horst – Germany

Briefly describe the work you do. Digging, thinking, wasting, writing, looking, smoking, twinkling, mixing, sewing, collecting, breathing, holding, drinking, deciding, running, discarding, rejecting, accepting, deciding, decinding, deciding, painting. Tell us a little about your background and how that influences you … Continue reading

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Chloe Feldman Emison – Boston, Massachusetts

Briefly describe the work you do. Other than that, the work varies greatly.  Sometimes it is representational and sometimes not; sometimes very meticulous and sometimes not; sometimes in black and white and sometimes in color.  Sometimes the body is monstrous … Continue reading

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Mary Wagner – Chicago, Illinois

Briefly describe the work you do. I make machines to help me make drawings… gears moving inside gears help guide my pen. My drawing process is fluid, and the individual curves are deceptively simple, but the drawings warm and complicated through repetition. … Continue reading

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