Art

Ariel Goldberg

Ariel Goldberg

Ariel Goldberg tests her reactions to how we communicate and receive information in our contemporary culture with text, performance and photography based projects. Her work has recently appeared at Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco and New York University's Gulf & Western Gallery. Selections from her project "Letters to the Names of the Dead" is forthcoming in the Summer 2008 volumes of P-Queue and the Cricket Online Review. She lives and works in Oakland.

Ariel Goldberg

Ariel Goldberg

Ariel Goldberg tests her reactions to how we communicate and receive information in our contemporary culture with text, performance and photography based projects. Her work has recently appeared at Intersection for the Arts in San Francisco and New York University's Gulf & Western Gallery. Selections from her project "Letters to the Names of the Dead" is forthcoming in the Summer 2008 volumes of P-Queue and the Cricket Online Review. She lives and works in Oakland.

Ariel
Goldberg

Elizabeth Seafoss

Elizabeth Seafoss

Born in Illinois, Elizabeth Seafoss began painting with her mother's tubes of oil. Self-taught, her works and consignment pieces reside with private collectors in many states, as well as the Snohomish County Library System. Her work has appeared at multiple private shows, the Park Lane Gallery in Kirkland, Washington, Greenlake Gallery in Seattle, and local art walks.

Elizabeth Seafoss

Elizabeth Seafoss

Born in Illinois, Elizabeth Seafoss began painting with her mother's tubes of oil. Self-taught, her works and consignment pieces reside with private collectors in many states, as well as the Snohomish County Library System. Her work has appeared at multiple private shows, the Park Lane Gallery in Kirkland, Washington, Greenlake Gallery in Seattle, and local art walks.

Elizabeth
Seafoss

Heather Jovanelli

Heather Jovanelli

Heather Jovanelli is a visual artist and writer living in Oakland, California. Originally from Maine, she is interested in sustainable architecture and energy, string theory (on the guitar), and painterly optics. Her major influences are Merle Haggard's music and Will Alexander's poetry.

Heather Jovanelli

Heather Jovanelli

Heather Jovanelli is a visual artist and writer living in Oakland, California. Originally from Maine, she is interested in sustainable architecture and energy, string theory (on the guitar), and painterly optics. Her major influences are Merle Haggard's music and Will Alexander's poetry.

Heather
Jovanelli

Raechel Running

Raechel Running

Raechel Running was born in Flagstaff, AZ, and is of Trinidadian (Chinese and African) and American (French Canadian and Swedish) descent. A published photographer for over twenty-five years, Running's work has been internationally recognized. She exhibits her fine art and enjoys teaching visual literacy. She is currently an artist in residence living bi-nationally between Northern Arizona and Northern Mexico. She continues her visual odyssey creating images that explore the histories and the diverse cultures of the Gran Chichimeca.

Raechel Running

Raechel Running

Raechel Running was born in Flagstaff, AZ, and is of Trinidadian (Chinese and African) and American (French Canadian and Swedish) descent. A published photographer for over twenty-five years, Running's work has been internationally recognized. She exhibits her fine art and enjoys teaching visual literacy. She is currently an artist in residence living bi-nationally between Northern Arizona and Northern Mexico. She continues her visual odyssey creating images that explore the histories and the diverse cultures of the Gran Chichimeca.

Raechel
Running

Steven Cartwright

Steven Cartwright

Steven Cartwright has been a staff writer and artist for two newspapers, the Atlanta Suburban Reporter and the Fulton County News-Daily. He has done cover art for Cimarron Review. His art has also been published in many magazines, including Georgia Journal, Georgia State Review, The MacGuffin, Appalachian Heritage, and Good Dog. He does art for the Red Cross in Atlanta, Meals on Wheels, and the City of Atlanta.

Steven Cartwright

Steven Cartwright

Steven Cartwright has been a staff writer and artist for two newspapers, the Atlanta Suburban Reporter and the Fulton County News-Daily. He has done cover art for Cimarron Review. His art has also been published in many magazines, including Georgia Journal, Georgia State Review, The MacGuffin, Appalachian Heritage, and Good Dog. He does art for the Red Cross in Atlanta, Meals on Wheels, and the City of Atlanta.

Steven
Cartwright