Art

Andrea Evans

Andrea Evans

Andrea Sherrill Evans is an artist residing in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work uses the human body as a means to explore the territory between what is known and unknown. Evans received her BFA from Arizona State University (2004), and MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University (2009). She is a recipient of a 2012 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship, and 2010 Blanche E. Colman Award. Select exhibitions include land/marks, Bentley University (Waltham, MA); Declaring Independence, Phoenix College (Phoenix, AZ); Time, Body, Space, Objects, Proof Gallery (Boston, MA); There is No Place, Tufts University (Medford, MA).

Andrea Evans

Andrea Evans

Andrea Sherrill Evans is an artist residing in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work uses the human body as a means to explore the territory between what is known and unknown. Evans received her BFA from Arizona State University (2004), and MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston/Tufts University (2009). She is a recipient of a 2012 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship, and 2010 Blanche E. Colman Award. Select exhibitions include land/marks, Bentley University (Waltham, MA); Declaring Independence, Phoenix College (Phoenix, AZ); Time, Body, Space, Objects, Proof Gallery (Boston, MA); There is No Place, Tufts University (Medford, MA).

Andrea
Evans

Beth Galston

Beth Galston

Beth Galston is a sculptor who creates immersive environments for interior and exterior spaces. Her site-specific installations use innovative materials, interacting with shadow and light, to explore processes of nature and transformation. Galston was born in Los Angeles and lives in Carlisle, MA. Trained at MIT, she has exhibited her installations nationally. She is currently working on major public art commissions for the City of San Antonio, TX and Music City Center in Nashville, TN. She has received numerous awards, including a Bunting Institute Fellowship, NEA InterArts, Massachusetts Artists Fellowship, and residencies at Yaddo, MacDowell, and Sculpture Space, Inc.

Beth Galston

Beth Galston

Beth Galston is a sculptor who creates immersive environments for interior and exterior spaces. Her site-specific installations use innovative materials, interacting with shadow and light, to explore processes of nature and transformation. Galston was born in Los Angeles and lives in Carlisle, MA. Trained at MIT, she has exhibited her installations nationally. She is currently working on major public art commissions for the City of San Antonio, TX and Music City Center in Nashville, TN. She has received numerous awards, including a Bunting Institute Fellowship, NEA InterArts, Massachusetts Artists Fellowship, and residencies at Yaddo, MacDowell, and Sculpture Space, Inc.

Beth
Galston

Carolyn Lavender

Carolyn  Lavender

Carolyn Lavender was raised in Kent, Washington, but lives and works in Phoenix Arizona. Her current work is comprised of animal portraits, woods scenes, or illustrations of collages done in personal journals. In “Portrait” the animals, drawn on a single piece of canvas, are making eye contact with the viewer. In “The Woods- Preservation” the animals are all taxidermy. Lavender received art degrees from Northern Arizona and Arizona State University and has completed residencies at Skidmore College, New York and Studios Midwest, in Galesburg, Illinois. In 2001 Lavender helped found, and was a member, of the Phoenix artist-run space, Eye lounge.

Carolyn Lavender

Carolyn  Lavender

Carolyn Lavender was raised in Kent, Washington, but lives and works in Phoenix Arizona. Her current work is comprised of animal portraits, woods scenes, or illustrations of collages done in personal journals. In “Portrait” the animals, drawn on a single piece of canvas, are making eye contact with the viewer. In “The Woods- Preservation” the animals are all taxidermy. Lavender received art degrees from Northern Arizona and Arizona State University and has completed residencies at Skidmore College, New York and Studios Midwest, in Galesburg, Illinois. In 2001 Lavender helped found, and was a member, of the Phoenix artist-run space, Eye lounge.

Carolyn
Lavender

Catherine Ruane

Catherine Ruane

Catherine Ruane grew up in southern California. Her formal training as an artist began at San Diego State University where she earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees in painting and printmaking. A year later she studied Renaissance art in Florence, Italy and acquired classical training in hand-pulled limited edition printmaking. Upon her return to the States, she relocated to L.A., CA to attend Otis Institute of Art and to complete a second MFA. Catherine then continued her study with classes in Art History at U.C.L.A. and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives in Buckeye, Arizona with her husband and two sons and teaches drawing and painting at Paradise Valley Community College.

Catherine Ruane

Catherine Ruane

Catherine Ruane grew up in southern California. Her formal training as an artist began at San Diego State University where she earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees in painting and printmaking. A year later she studied Renaissance art in Florence, Italy and acquired classical training in hand-pulled limited edition printmaking. Upon her return to the States, she relocated to L.A., CA to attend Otis Institute of Art and to complete a second MFA. Catherine then continued her study with classes in Art History at U.C.L.A. and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. She currently lives in Buckeye, Arizona with her husband and two sons and teaches drawing and painting at Paradise Valley Community College.

Catherine
Ruane

Constance McBride

Constance McBride

Constance McBride was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 2002. She knew art was her true calling and six years ago began transitioning out of the corporate world to pursue it. She uses landscape elements, dreams and life experiences to convey themes of creation, preservation and destruction in her work. Her interest in the figure is an ongoing exploration of how society's relationship with nature, and the natural cycle of life, has been extremely altered. She received a BA from Arcadia University and continues her education today via workshops here and around the country. McBride is a 2011 grant recipient of the Arizona Commission on the Arts.

Constance McBride

Constance McBride

Constance McBride was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and moved to Phoenix, Arizona in 2002. She knew art was her true calling and six years ago began transitioning out of the corporate world to pursue it. She uses landscape elements, dreams and life experiences to convey themes of creation, preservation and destruction in her work. Her interest in the figure is an ongoing exploration of how society's relationship with nature, and the natural cycle of life, has been extremely altered. She received a BA from Arcadia University and continues her education today via workshops here and around the country. McBride is a 2011 grant recipient of the Arizona Commission on the Arts.

Constance
McBride

Duncan Hill

Duncan Hill

Duncan Madaris Hill was born and raised in High Point, North Carolina. He now lives in Washington, D.C., where he works as a freelance photographer, documenting the people and places of the United States's capital. Hill earned his BA in Film Studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2009. His cinematography has been awarded and showcased in film festivals across the country. Hill's photographs have been published in Photography Monthly, Digital Photo, Side B, and F8 Magazine.

Duncan Hill

Duncan Hill

Duncan Madaris Hill was born and raised in High Point, North Carolina. He now lives in Washington, D.C., where he works as a freelance photographer, documenting the people and places of the United States's capital. Hill earned his BA in Film Studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 2009. His cinematography has been awarded and showcased in film festivals across the country. Hill's photographs have been published in Photography Monthly, Digital Photo, Side B, and F8 Magazine.

Duncan
Hill

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller is a lecturer of composition currently teaching at Qatar University in Doha, Qatar. His most recent publications are "Tuol Sleng 004" (photography) in New Orleans Review, “Manila” (short fiction) in Anok Sastra, "Motionless Movement" (photography) in Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, and "Istanbul" (photography) in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore.

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller

Geoffrey Miller is a lecturer of composition currently teaching at Qatar University in Doha, Qatar. His most recent publications are "Tuol Sleng 004" (photography) in New Orleans Review, “Manila” (short fiction) in Anok Sastra, "Motionless Movement" (photography) in Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, and "Istanbul" (photography) in Quarterly Literary Review Singapore.

Geoffrey
Miller

Ingrid Donaldson

Ingrid Donaldson

Ingrid Donaldson is a metalsmith and glass art engineer. Her background in the sciences leads her to create extraordinary and fantastical forms representing a macroscopic and microscopic view. She often entwines a sense of humor to engage the viewer further, and expose a conceptual dialogue. In 1995, she was one of six American artists chosen to study and work alongside the Bullseye Glass Company to help challenge and explore new ideas within the glass field. Her work is nationally shown and collected. Currently, she seeks an MFA in Metalsmithing from ASU and has been honored with the Dean's Fellowship Scholarship.

Ingrid Donaldson

Ingrid Donaldson

Ingrid Donaldson is a metalsmith and glass art engineer. Her background in the sciences leads her to create extraordinary and fantastical forms representing a macroscopic and microscopic view. She often entwines a sense of humor to engage the viewer further, and expose a conceptual dialogue. In 1995, she was one of six American artists chosen to study and work alongside the Bullseye Glass Company to help challenge and explore new ideas within the glass field. Her work is nationally shown and collected. Currently, she seeks an MFA in Metalsmithing from ASU and has been honored with the Dean's Fellowship Scholarship.

Ingrid
Donaldson

Jonathan Faber

Jonathan Faber

Jonathan Faber was born in New Orleans in 1970. He received his BFA from Alfred University in 1994 and MFA at the University of Texas Austin in 2003. His work has been exhibited at galleries and museums throughout New York and Texas, including David Shelton Gallery, Champion Contemporary, Cue Art Foundation, Austin Museum of Art, Galveston Arts Center and the Blanton Museum of Art. Recent awards include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2011, Joan Mitchell Foundation in 2003, and a three-time nominee for the Arthouse Texas Prize. Faber is currently part time Assistant Professor at Southwestern University Georgetown, Texas and a lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. Faber lives and works in Austin, Texas.

Jonathan Faber

Jonathan Faber

Jonathan Faber was born in New Orleans in 1970. He received his BFA from Alfred University in 1994 and MFA at the University of Texas Austin in 2003. His work has been exhibited at galleries and museums throughout New York and Texas, including David Shelton Gallery, Champion Contemporary, Cue Art Foundation, Austin Museum of Art, Galveston Arts Center and the Blanton Museum of Art. Recent awards include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2011, Joan Mitchell Foundation in 2003, and a three-time nominee for the Arthouse Texas Prize. Faber is currently part time Assistant Professor at Southwestern University Georgetown, Texas and a lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. Faber lives and works in Austin, Texas.

Jonathan
Faber

Monica Aissa Martinez

Monica Aissa Martinez

Monica Aissa Martinez, who currently lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from New Mexico State University. Her paintings, drawings, and prints have exhibited nationally and internationally and are part of numerous private and public collections, including New Mexico State University, Mesa Arts Center, Phoenix Municipal Court House, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary of Art, Arizona State University, and Brigham Young University. Her work is published in three books through the Hispanic Research Center and Bilingual Press of Arizona State University. Martinez was commissioned to create limited edition prints for both Arizona State University and the University of Norte Dame.

Monica Aissa Martinez

Monica Aissa Martinez

Monica Aissa Martinez, who currently lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona earned her Master of Fine Arts degree from New Mexico State University. Her paintings, drawings, and prints have exhibited nationally and internationally and are part of numerous private and public collections, including New Mexico State University, Mesa Arts Center, Phoenix Municipal Court House, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary of Art, Arizona State University, and Brigham Young University. Her work is published in three books through the Hispanic Research Center and Bilingual Press of Arizona State University. Martinez was commissioned to create limited edition prints for both Arizona State University and the University of Norte Dame.

Monica Aissa
Martinez