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An oscillator is a circuit that produces a repeated alternating waveform by converting electronic signals. Simply put, they generate and convey information, a theme that Brittany Kieler explores the limits of in her art as she delves into the inherent mysticism of human history. Electronics (or anything having to do with oscillators themselves) don't appear in her work at all, but her wavy line art is reminiscent of what one sounds like... if that oscillator became sentient and tried to teach philosophy. Waveform next to waveform, her black and white lithographic lines meld into organic shapes that are almost familiar (and some that are not).
Jennifer Levine is an experienced arts educator with a background in both administration and teaching. She is the founder of “Paint-a-Prayer” - a mural arts education program and a teaching artist with Arts Westchester. Her art residencies in schools combine murals,and mindfulness. She received her Master’s in Fine Arts at Suny, New Paltz in May, 2023. She was teacher for 25 years and the Director of Education at 4 schools: Temple ShoIom, a Reform synagogue in Scotch Plains, Kane Street Synagogue in Brooklyn, NY, Temple Bnai Abraham in Oakland, Ca and Temple Emanu-El in Closter, NJ.
Ryan Zogheb graduated from New York University in May 2022, earning his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts with a major in studio art, concentrating in painting and graphic design. Ryan lives and works out of his studio in East Village in New York City. Since graduating, Ryan has had his work featured in four gallery exhibitions and has most recently completed a residency at Carrie Able Gallery in Brooklyn, and at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan.
Alicia Little (b. Cincinnati, OH, 1990) is an artist currently based in Detroit, Michigan. She received an MFA from Ohio State University and BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati. Recent exhibitions include PADA, Barreiro, Portugal, Holland Projects, Reno, NV, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Brooklyn, NY, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, South Korea, and Alternate Projects in Cincinnati, OH. Little has been awarded several grants for travel and contemporary art research and has been an artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center and PADA Studios in Barreiro, Portugal. Alicia is currently a Lecturer at Penny W. Stamps School of Art, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Born in 1984, Linden spent her youth in the urban Sonoran desert of Phoenix, Arizona before moving to Southern California to obtain her BA in Studio Art. She's since lived and worked across Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Linden's work has been published and exhibited internationally. She has participated in residencies at La Filature des Calquières (France), Tiapapata Art Centre (Samoa), Cowwarr Art Space (Australia), and Tenjinyama Art Studio (Japan). She currently lives in Mount Holly, Vermont.
Joe Piscopia builds 3D shapes with 2D mediums. Informed by strongly contrasted lighting, Joe’s gradations bring every object, concept, or pattern to life in abstract forms. Shapes and colors document moments of thought and emotion in Joe’s life. Starting with a thought, a bird, or a single word, he intuitively explores from there into a realm of soft geometry.
Maureen is a Brooklyn based painter/ interdisciplinary artist and architect. The deepest thread of connection among the different strands of her work is dealing with complexity and the task of sorting. Her practice approaches complexity from two directions: in painting, she works with her hands to document her surroundings, later expanding on these observations. In her interdisciplinary work, starting from ideas (such as social/political divisions) she makes physical structures which can offer insight by displaying and examining data .
Philippe calls his paintings “geographical abstractions”. He reconstructs recognizable details of an urban environment (angular shapes that look like construction debris or suggestion of skyscrapers, for example) according to his personal impression of pecific locations like New York, Aix-en-Provence, and Zurich. But Philippe doesn’t try to organize everything - where everything is fast, noisy, smelly, and overall so extra-, you gotta lean into the chaos and learn how to enjoy it.
Eriko Hattori (they/them) is a Pittsburgh-based artist. Hattori uses imagery, symbolism, and folklore to investigate the tension between their queer identity and Japanese heritage. With a rotating set of avatars, these icons act as anchors for conversations about perversion, desire, and the fetishism of bodies. They also serve as ways to honor women yokai and demons in Japanese folklore.
Lauder Bowden, born in New York during the Baby Boom era, is an artist and designer. A child of immigrants from Scotland and Hungary, he was encouraged by his father to to pursue the arts and design which culminated with a BFA from Pratt Institute. Fleeting moments of the mundane appeal to his subject matter as well as everyday snapshots of inanimate and animate objects to both display the human condition portrayed through abstraction and narrative works.
Nina Meledandri is a painter and a photographer living in Brooklyn NY. As a painter she shows extensively throughout the NY area and was represented by the David Findlay Gallery in NY where she had two solo shows. As a photographer she has been published by the NY Times Magazine, Architectural Digest, New York Magazine and the Village Voice among others. Meledandri recently began making paper which she uses as a foundation for mixed media work. This body of work is strongly rooted in her love of the natural world.
Courtney Knight studied Illustration in Boston, MA. She explores word play, sex, intimacy, and intimacy through technology. Courtney has been making commission work, small publications, local shows, and started a collaborative illustration magazine called Medium Orange- she would like to expand her creative community.
Lauren Packard is a queer abstract mixed media artist living in Brooklyn. After undergoing brain surgery in 2014, she turned to paint to express what words couldn’t. Lauren considers her work an extension of her inner thoughts and dialogue, both conscious and subconscious. Lauren’s work explores and abstracts ideas and memories of queer identity, domesticity, repair, and dissonance through the use of materials and intuitive marks.
Dina AZ. Salem is an Egyptian-American professional artist based in Washington, DC. Dina’s artistic expression is strongly influenced by Eastern & Western cultures, and various forms of meditation/self-discovery. These ideologies and disciplines are referenced in her approach to painting; specifically in her exploration of emotional healing & growth.
Sarah Canfield is a multidisciplinary artist working in painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture. She has exhibited widely in galleries and museums, including the Montclair Art Museum, the Morris Museum, the Pennsylvania State Museum, the Woodmere Art Museum, the Noyes Museum. She is an instructor at the Montclair Art Museum and Union County College. She graduated with a BFA, cum laude, from Alfred University. Sarah received a 2022 Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
Shadia Sabagh is an artist originally from Colombia who currently resides in Miami, Florida. She has a deep appreciation for nature and her work primarily revolves around capturing the intricate beauty of flora and fauna. Her art is characterized by its minimal, detail-oriented approach and abstract forms. Shadia's preferred medium is a combination of acrylic markers and paints, which she uses to create stunning works of art. Her freehand technique allows her to express herself in a fluid and natural manner, resulting in unique and captivating pieces.
abstract painter and textile artist, taylor binda lives and works on the north shore of maui. binda’s exuberant work explores spontaneity and intentional movement - while her palette draws inspiration from the natural world. her body of work includes paintings, installations, and textile art. binda’s paintings are included in private + corporate collections and recently placed in the collection of louis vuitton. she exhibits weekly at the acclaimed four seasons artist-in-residence program and her works are available in galleries throughout the hawaiian islands.