Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University. Sculptor.
"Many of my pieces can be read as monuments...My works are reminders that act as spiritual and psychological stops; silence within a chaotic world. They are not the heroic memorials to which we are accustomed. Rather, they are poignant remembrances"
Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University. Painter.
'[P]ainting is primarily a way of thinking, of seeking insight, of examining and understanding aspects of the world around me...I consider my work successful when it provokes thoughtful questioning of assumptions by making familiar territory strange and surprising"
Professor of Art, Carnegie Mellon University. Printmaker/Drawing.
"By addressing contemporary black cultural expression, I interrogate, race, gender, politics and hyper-consumerism, among other ideas. And it is my view that the everydaysubject matter from the vernacular landscapeprovides ample material"
"...I create drawings and sculptures depicting an alternative reality, invented and inspired by the cycles of deconstruction and reconstruction produced by hurricanes...In referencing the hurricane's continual transformation of landscapes and mentalities, I hope to provoke certain questions: How do we "map" memories? How is a visual crisis represented? How are boundaries determined?"
Photographer, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"My work deals with the question of what it means to personalize- and, admittedly, feminize- the tropes that have been established within the historical foundation of landscape photography"
Painter/Printmaker, Seattle, Wash.
Sculpture and Installation, N.Y.
Photographer, Jackson, Wyo.
"works as the photography department head for the Art Association of Jackson Hole, an arts and education non-profit where he is also a curator for the organizations galleries"
Painter, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"My work begins with the Southern-California landscape. The landscape then morphs into a dream, into an essence or impression. How do we capture and articulate an essence?...I am interested in how incomplete our memories can be and how we fill in the blanks"
Interdisciplinary Artist, Brooklyn, NY.
"Her work typically interprets the subjective view of the city dweller, addressing how the architecture and infrastructure found in the cities we inhabit function as signifiers for location, identity and economy. "
Photographer, Ossining, N.Y.
Drawing/Mixed Media, New York, N.Y.
"The viewing of a work of art should be a mental exercise for us- in some way a personal journey of reflection...I employ a metaphorical language to communicate personal experiences, struggles, desires, and dreams. I place people, animals and objects into folkloric, fable-ish compositions that are abstract and obsessive"
Art Educator/Painting and Mixed Media, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Animator, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Animator, Billings, Mont.
Sculptor, Baltimore, Md.
Annie is currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Museum Studies with an American Studies concentration at The George Washington University.
Musicians, New York, N.Y.
"three voices, one cello, one guitar, one glockenspiel, one melodica, several drums, one accordion, ninety-six teeth, and one soul"
Assistant Professor of Art, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, B.C. Drawing/Painting/Sculpture/Performance
"Current work explores: structure in geologic, national, and personal construction, lines, as they exist (fault lines) and as they are imagined (national borders), and feathers (an inaccurate, but functional Pan-Indian symbol) act as a building material for objects, evidencing both their inherent strength and fragility"
Painter/Mixed Media, Pittsburgh, Pa.
"Stephanie Armbruster creates luminous, translucent surfaces by suspending drawings, pigment and ephemera between layers of molten wax"
Graphic Designer, Art Teacher, New York, N.Y.
Lauren's work consists of drawings that combine collage, colored pencils and gouache painting. She is inspired by visionary architecture, gardens and nature. She seeks to create a Utopian world through her work.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Center for Adaptive Rationality
The love of my life.