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Deandra Lee

Deandra Lee

Deandra Lee is an 18-year-old surreal self-portrait photographer. Growing up Deandra would take pictures of anything and everything she saw, which in the years to come would become her dream job. Deandra’s work is always about wonder: wondering about the world, the people and the places that surround us to make us think and our thoughts and feelings on certain situations. Over six years, Deandra has grown into an artist who wants to inspire others and work with organizations like UNCIEF in helping kids and young adults express their creativity and expand their imagination to greater lengths than ever before.

Deandra Lee

Deandra Lee

Deandra Lee is an 18-year-old surreal self-portrait photographer. Growing up Deandra would take pictures of anything and everything she saw, which in the years to come would become her dream job. Deandra’s work is always about wonder: wondering about the world, the people and the places that surround us to make us think and our thoughts and feelings on certain situations. Over six years, Deandra has grown into an artist who wants to inspire others and work with organizations like UNCIEF in helping kids and young adults express their creativity and expand their imagination to greater lengths than ever before.

Deandra
Lee

Federico Federici

Federico Federici

Federico Federici is a conceptual artist working in the fields of poetry, vispo, asemic writing, painting, video art, installations, mathematics and physics based in Berlin. His works have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Jahrbuch Der Lyrik, Poet Lore, Sand, Trafika Europe, Magma, and others. His books include L'opera racchiusa (2009, Lorenzo Montano Prize), Appunti dal passo del lupo (2013) in the book series curated by Eugenio De Signoribus, Mrogn (2017, Elio Pagliarani Prize), Requiem auf einer Stele (2017), Liner notes for a Pithecanthropus Erectus sketchbook (2018), with a foreword by SJ Fowler, and the Poetry/Concrete catalogue A private notebook of winds (2019).

Federico Federici

Federico Federici

Federico Federici is a conceptual artist working in the fields of poetry, vispo, asemic writing, painting, video art, installations, mathematics and physics based in Berlin. His works have appeared in 3:AM Magazine, Jahrbuch Der Lyrik, Poet Lore, Sand, Trafika Europe, Magma, and others. His books include L'opera racchiusa (2009, Lorenzo Montano Prize), Appunti dal passo del lupo (2013) in the book series curated by Eugenio De Signoribus, Mrogn (2017, Elio Pagliarani Prize), Requiem auf einer Stele (2017), Liner notes for a Pithecanthropus Erectus sketchbook (2018), with a foreword by SJ Fowler, and the Poetry/Concrete catalogue A private notebook of winds (2019).

Federico
Federici

Heidi Nielson

Heidi Nielson

As a lawyer and artist, Heidi Nielson is no stranger to extreme attention to detail and adhering to rules and client needs. Collage and mixed media expressionism has allowed her the space to play and let go of these constraints. She has struggled with OCD and anxiety for most of her life, and has found the colorful, weird, and hopeful world that she creates through collage both healing and empowering. She is originally from Arizona and runs a part-time illustration and design business in her spare time called Desert 2 District Design. She resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband and two cats, Mo and Data. She has exhibited her work at Latela Gallery in Washington, D.C. She received her B.A. in English from Arizona State University, and her J.D. from the University of Arizona.

Heidi Nielson

Heidi Nielson

As a lawyer and artist, Heidi Nielson is no stranger to extreme attention to detail and adhering to rules and client needs. Collage and mixed media expressionism has allowed her the space to play and let go of these constraints. She has struggled with OCD and anxiety for most of her life, and has found the colorful, weird, and hopeful world that she creates through collage both healing and empowering. She is originally from Arizona and runs a part-time illustration and design business in her spare time called Desert 2 District Design. She resides in Washington, D.C. with her husband and two cats, Mo and Data. She has exhibited her work at Latela Gallery in Washington, D.C. She received her B.A. in English from Arizona State University, and her J.D. from the University of Arizona.

Heidi
Nielson

Jack Bordnick

Jack Bordnick

Jack Bordnick is a native of New York and presently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He had his own professional marketing design firm, and he was a jewelry designer in Santa Fe. Presently, he is pursuing his passion for sculpture work. His art is on display in numerous Santa Fe galleries. His sculptures incorporate surrealistic, mythological and magical imagery — often with whimsical overtones — aimed at provoking our experiences and self reflections. Aiming to unbalance our rational minds, the predominant imagery deals mostly with facial expressions of both living and "non-living" beings, and things that speak to us in their own languages.

Jack Bordnick

Jack Bordnick

Jack Bordnick is a native of New York and presently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He had his own professional marketing design firm, and he was a jewelry designer in Santa Fe. Presently, he is pursuing his passion for sculpture work. His art is on display in numerous Santa Fe galleries. His sculptures incorporate surrealistic, mythological and magical imagery — often with whimsical overtones — aimed at provoking our experiences and self reflections. Aiming to unbalance our rational minds, the predominant imagery deals mostly with facial expressions of both living and "non-living" beings, and things that speak to us in their own languages.

Jack
Bordnick

Julia Forrest

Julia Forrest

Julia Forrest is a Brooklyn based artist. She works strictly in film and prints in a darkroom she built within her apartment. Her own art has always been her top priority in life, and—in this digital world—she will continue to work with old processing. Anything can simply be done in photoshop, but she prefers to take the camera, a tool of showing reality, and experiment with what she can do in front of the lens.

Julia Forrest

Julia Forrest

Julia Forrest is a Brooklyn based artist. She works strictly in film and prints in a darkroom she built within her apartment. Her own art has always been her top priority in life, and—in this digital world—she will continue to work with old processing. Anything can simply be done in photoshop, but she prefers to take the camera, a tool of showing reality, and experiment with what she can do in front of the lens.

Julia
Forrest

Ligaia Meyer

Ligaia Meyer

Ligaia Meyer's artistic practice centers around found object sculpture. She received two Gold Keys from the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards, and was featured in The University of New Mexico’s 2018 Young Artist Exhibition. Her work is included in the Carl and Marilynn Thoma Foundation Collection. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, she is pursuing her BFA at Boston University.

Ligaia Meyer

Ligaia Meyer

Ligaia Meyer's artistic practice centers around found object sculpture. She received two Gold Keys from the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards, and was featured in The University of New Mexico’s 2018 Young Artist Exhibition. Her work is included in the Carl and Marilynn Thoma Foundation Collection. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, she is pursuing her BFA at Boston University.

Ligaia
Meyer