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Insights into Contemporary Art

In June Park

In June Park

In June Park on the desire to assess and analyze the given environment, finding a new community through painting, & meditating on points of contact where the inside meets the outside.

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Kevin Hoth

Kevin Hoth

Kevin Hoth on opening a museum show, the containment space of photography, & finding inspiration in recent travels.

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Maya Varadaraj

Maya Varadaraj

Maya Varadaraj discusses experimenting with combining collage and painting, pushing boundaries, & nurturing new relationships in the work.

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Emma Parker

Emma Parker

Emma Parker on growing up in a family of creators, uplifting and creating space for Trans & Non-Binary Folks, & striving to affect more meaningful change each and every day.

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Ryan Patrick Krueger

Ryan Patrick Krueger

Ryan Patrick Krueger on pivotal moments, developing a visual language, & methods of appropriation and assemblage.

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Shingo Shaun Yamazaki

Shingo Shaun Yamazaki

Shingo Shaun Yamazaki on working towards an upcoming exhibition, growing up in a unique and diverse community, & incorporating overarching themes of identity & cultural hybridity.

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Vanessa Marsh

Vanessa Marsh

Vanessa Marsh on finding an artistic voice, the materiality of photography, & landscapes that evoke solidity, magnitude and wonder.

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Margi Weir

Margi Weir

Margi Weir on making art since childhood, producing art historical mash-ups, & the importance of Bearing Witness.

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Brittany Miller

Brittany Miller

Brittany Miller on making work for an upcoming solo exhibition, using line in a rhythmic way, & exploring dreams, mythology, & magic.

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Kelly Bjork

Kelly Bjork

Kelly Bjork on opening a solo exhibition, making art since childhood, & and finding inspiration in life and community.

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Hui Tian

Hui Tian

Hui Tian on making work that addresses climate change, working on multiple paintings at the same time, & finding one's own style.

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Sarah Elizabeth Barnett

Sarah Elizabeth Barnett

Sarah Elizabeth Barnett on the human body’s relationship to technology, working toward mastery, and the desire to teach others.

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Rachael Zur

Rachael Zur

Rachael Zur on making paintings that depict the residual energy of lives lived, domestic spaces as a way to express both absence and presence, and honoring the spiritual nature of ordinary objects in homes.

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Tracy L Chandler

Tracy L Chandler

Tracy L Chandler on working with themes of loss and coming of age, water as a commodified and politicized natural resource, and the camera as a tool to explore a specific subject or concept.

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Britt Ransom

Britt Ransom

Britt Ransom on a practice shifting to focus on family history, exploring other species and our declining climate, and interrogating computerized attempts to replicate complex forms in nature.

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Ruti de Vries

Ruti de Vries

Ruti de Vries on an upcoming museum solo show, objects that move between reality and imagination, and the constant need to create.

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Rachel Liu

Rachel Liu

Rachel Liu on finding inspiration in a stash of old black and white family photos, working through a project based practice, and the importance of active looking.

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Clara Ranenfir

Clara Ranenfir

Clara Ranenfir on making fast decisions in the studio, idiosyncratic, experimental mark making, and the reductive, constrained nature of printmaking.

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Pedro Troncoso

Pedro Troncoso

Pedro Troncoso on developing an alternate reality of self-discovery, navigating childhood memories, and exploring our unfiltered identity.

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Sara Hubbs

Sara Hubbs

Sara Hubbs on the positive impact of early exposure to creative design thinking, creating a metaphor for the experience of mothering, and experimenting with new processes in the studio.

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