Anne Murray

Anne Murray is a nomadic artist who challenges concepts of identity, nationalism, and citizenship. She travels to other countries to create works stimulated by different cultural settings and languages. She creates installations with video, sound, and photography, incorporating her own voice reading her poems as well as the voices of others as participants and collaborators in […]

Stephen Maine

Stephen Maine is a painter who writes about art. His work has been seen recently at Hionas Gallery in New York and County Gallery in Palm Beach, and in numerous group shows in the Northeast; upcoming projects include exhibitions at Silas von Morisse Gallery and Odetta Gallery, both in Brooklyn. He has received support from […]

Aaron Haba

Born in NJ in 1967 Aaron Haba grew up in a diverse family of artists, teachers and poets. The practice of exploring one’s creativity was part of daily life and a way to cope with the anxieties of the time; the end of the Vietnam War, Watergate, and the proliferation of nuclear arms and power. […]

Christy Rupp

Christy Rupp is an American eco-artist, born in Rochester NY, too young for Elvis, and too old for Barbie. She has received grants from Anonymous was a Woman Foundation, Joan Mitchell Foundation CALL legacy grant, NY State Council on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, & Art Matters Inc. Her work has been visible recently at […]

Andrew Durbin

Andrew Durbin is a novelist, poet, and critic. He is the author of Mature Themes (2014) and MacArthur Park (2017), both from Nightboat Books. A book on Raymond Pettibon, Spiyt th’Words, is forthcoming from David Zwirner Books in May 2018. He is a Senior Editor of frieze and lives in New York. Books mentioned in […]

John C. Adams

John is the owner and curator of the Feather and Bone Gallery in Appleton, WI. The gallery is nestled in the heart of The Draw, which is a creative space for artists to work and socialize. John created The Draw, which, in its entirety is home to a modern art gallery (Feather and Bone) as […]

Elizabeth Whelan

Elizabeth Whelan weaves innovation into the textiles she designs for industry. Coupling a refined aesthetic sense with a sophisticated proficiency in textile manufacturing processes, Whelan applies a futurist’s sensibility to fabrics that function as integral and beautiful elements of consumer products that are sold worldwide. Melding three elements — function, performance and beauty —successfully requires […]

Allison Agsten

Allison Agsten is an arts leader whose work centers on process, experimentation, and accessibility. She is currently Director of The Main Museum of Los Angeles Art, a new downtown institution devoted Los Angeles art and artists. Since her appointment in 2015, she has developed the mission, program, and trajectory of the new institution, including launching […]

Melissa Dorn Richards

  Melissa Dorn Richards works between painting and sculpture. She draws from common everyday objects, things often over-looked or passed by, as subject matter and infuses them with humor and expressive color. Dorn Richards is a Milwaukee-based artist, who holds a BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. A practicing artist for 20 […]

Jan Harrison

Jan Harrison is an American painter and sculptor whose work, which primarily features animal imagery, centers on the animal nature as it relates to human existence and the collective psyche. Since 1979 her art has been connected with the philosophy of deep ecology. She speaks and sings in Animal Tongues, which she performs in conjunction […]