Art

Caroline Hudson-Naef

Caroline Hudson-Naef

Having developed an interest in art at an early age, Caroline left her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi to pursue her fascination with picture-making at Arizona State University, where she received a BFA in Photography in May 2015. Her work has been exhibited at Northlight Gallery, Gallery 100, and First Studio. Caroline was a participant of the Phoenix Transect project, an interdisciplinary research project that explores growth and changes to the larger Phoenix Metropolitan area. Currently, Caroline is the Photographic Arts Lab Manager at Art Intersection, where she enjoys giving artists access to the tools they need to follow their passion.

Caroline Hudson-Naef

Caroline Hudson-Naef

Having developed an interest in art at an early age, Caroline left her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi to pursue her fascination with picture-making at Arizona State University, where she received a BFA in Photography in May 2015. Her work has been exhibited at Northlight Gallery, Gallery 100, and First Studio. Caroline was a participant of the Phoenix Transect project, an interdisciplinary research project that explores growth and changes to the larger Phoenix Metropolitan area. Currently, Caroline is the Photographic Arts Lab Manager at Art Intersection, where she enjoys giving artists access to the tools they need to follow their passion.

Caroline
Hudson-Naef

Christopher Colville

Christopher Colville

Christopher Colville is an artist working to push the boundaries of the photographic medium. Born in 1974 in Tucson, Arizona, Christopher received his BFA in Anthropology and Photography from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and his MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico. After leaving New Mexico, he returned home to the Sonoran Desert and is currently living in Phoenix. Chris has spent his time in Phoenix exploring the desert where he has taught in multiple institutions including as a visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. Christopher frequently exhibits in national and international publications and exhibitions.   

Christopher Colville

Christopher Colville

Christopher Colville is an artist working to push the boundaries of the photographic medium. Born in 1974 in Tucson, Arizona, Christopher received his BFA in Anthropology and Photography from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and his MFA in Photography from the University of New Mexico. After leaving New Mexico, he returned home to the Sonoran Desert and is currently living in Phoenix. Chris has spent his time in Phoenix exploring the desert where he has taught in multiple institutions including as a visiting Assistant Professor at Arizona State University. Christopher frequently exhibits in national and international publications and exhibitions.   

Christopher
Colville

Clayton Young

Clayton Young

Clayton Joe Young is the Program Director and Lead Instructor for the Photographic Technology program at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory, NC. Young is an award-winning photographer whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States in solo and juried exhibitions. In 2011, Young won Best In Show at the Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition. In 2014, Young earned the Certified Professional Photographers (CPP) designation from Professional Photographers of America. In May 2015, Young earned a MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Young resides in Davidson, NC, with his wife and two children.

Clayton Young

Clayton Young

Clayton Joe Young is the Program Director and Lead Instructor for the Photographic Technology program at Catawba Valley Community College in Hickory, NC. Young is an award-winning photographer whose work has been exhibited throughout the United States in solo and juried exhibitions. In 2011, Young won Best In Show at the Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition. In 2014, Young earned the Certified Professional Photographers (CPP) designation from Professional Photographers of America. In May 2015, Young earned a MFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Young resides in Davidson, NC, with his wife and two children.

Clayton
Young

Corelien Scherff

Corelien Scherff

Corelien Scherff is a photographer based in Holland. She studied photography at the Koning Willem 1 College in Den Bosch. Her work is mostly concentrated on fashion photography and (self)portraits. 

Corelien Scherff

Corelien Scherff

Corelien Scherff is a photographer based in Holland. She studied photography at the Koning Willem 1 College in Den Bosch. Her work is mostly concentrated on fashion photography and (self)portraits. 

Corelien
Scherff

Denton McCabe

Denton McCabe

Denton McCabe is a multidisciplinary composer, artist, and author. He has experience as a guitarist for blues and death metal groups; providing soundtracks to short films and his own art installations; and as a producer of contemporary classical performances. As a writer, he has had pieces published for the New Mexico Museum of Art and Nub Culture, which ran a six-week series on his album VRNK MixHis artwork consists of mixed media collages heavily influenced by Arturo Herrera, Hannah Hoch, and Brion Gysin. He is currently working on marrying his art, music, and writing into one singular creation.

Denton McCabe

Denton McCabe

Denton McCabe is a multidisciplinary composer, artist, and author. He has experience as a guitarist for blues and death metal groups; providing soundtracks to short films and his own art installations; and as a producer of contemporary classical performances. As a writer, he has had pieces published for the New Mexico Museum of Art and Nub Culture, which ran a six-week series on his album VRNK MixHis artwork consists of mixed media collages heavily influenced by Arturo Herrera, Hannah Hoch, and Brion Gysin. He is currently working on marrying his art, music, and writing into one singular creation.

Denton
McCabe

Robert Bharda

Robert Bharda

Originally from New York City, Robert Bharda has resided in the Northwest where for 35 years he has specialized in vintage photographica as a profession, everything from salt prints to poloroids. His illustrations/artwork have appeared or forthcoming in numerous publications: Naugatuck River Review, Blue Five NoteBook, Conclave, Cirque, Rio Grande Review, Cahoodahoodaling, The Adirondack Review, aaduna and Blue Fifth. He is also a writer with poetry, fiction, critical reviews published in 50 plus journals and anthologies.

Robert Bharda

Robert Bharda

Originally from New York City, Robert Bharda has resided in the Northwest where for 35 years he has specialized in vintage photographica as a profession, everything from salt prints to poloroids. His illustrations/artwork have appeared or forthcoming in numerous publications: Naugatuck River Review, Blue Five NoteBook, Conclave, Cirque, Rio Grande Review, Cahoodahoodaling, The Adirondack Review, aaduna and Blue Fifth. He is also a writer with poetry, fiction, critical reviews published in 50 plus journals and anthologies.

Robert
Bharda

Rodrigo Franzão

Rodrigo Franzão

Rodrigo Franzão is a Brazilian mixed media and textile artist. He works mainly with textile, copper wire, needle, thread, vinyl polyacetate, oil and acrylic, creating and shaping geometric forms. After graduating in Psychopedagogy and Art Therapy, he started to find inspiration in almost everything that surrounds the human universe and to assimilate the way humans interact with their own repertoire. His work has been exhibited at galleries and museums, including Supreme Court of Justice Museum (Brazil); National Arts Club (New York); The International Biennial of Textile Art (Ukraine) and South Embassy Gallery (Berlin).

Rodrigo Franzão

Rodrigo Franzão

Rodrigo Franzão is a Brazilian mixed media and textile artist. He works mainly with textile, copper wire, needle, thread, vinyl polyacetate, oil and acrylic, creating and shaping geometric forms. After graduating in Psychopedagogy and Art Therapy, he started to find inspiration in almost everything that surrounds the human universe and to assimilate the way humans interact with their own repertoire. His work has been exhibited at galleries and museums, including Supreme Court of Justice Museum (Brazil); National Arts Club (New York); The International Biennial of Textile Art (Ukraine) and South Embassy Gallery (Berlin).

Rodrigo
Franzão

Sarah Black

Sarah Black

Sarah Black was born in the simple town of Springfield Ohio. Coming from extreme poverty and an unstable home life, Sarah perused artistic expression as an escape from abuse. By the time Sarah was 18 she had moved over 50 times and lived in three different states. As a result, this nomadic lifestyle becomes a thread throughout her work. Upon her high school graduation, Sarah received scholarships to study at Arizona State University. There she completed her bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting. Currently in North Carolina, she continues her sensitive works about home, social class, and domestic roles.

Sarah Black

Sarah Black

Sarah Black was born in the simple town of Springfield Ohio. Coming from extreme poverty and an unstable home life, Sarah perused artistic expression as an escape from abuse. By the time Sarah was 18 she had moved over 50 times and lived in three different states. As a result, this nomadic lifestyle becomes a thread throughout her work. Upon her high school graduation, Sarah received scholarships to study at Arizona State University. There she completed her bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting. Currently in North Carolina, she continues her sensitive works about home, social class, and domestic roles.

Sarah
Black