Friday, October 8, 2010

Exhibition Photos

Exhibition photos by The Mighty Lovely Sokhun Keo.

For the complete collection, go here:
Graphomania photos 1
Graphomania photos 2

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Monique Janssen-Belitz

Border Issues, mixed media on paper, 2010

 Journey of the Dead, mixed media on paper on canvas, 24" by 36", 2010

The Border Crossed Me, closed, artist book, mixed media, 2010

The Border Crossed Me, Desert, artist book, mixed media, 2010

The Border Crossed Me, Migrants, artist book, mixed media, 2010

Altar of Hope, mixed media on paper on canvas, 30" by 40", 2010

Although I do not personally identify with New Mexico's history, having moved from the Netherlands to grow up in Germany, and moving to the US as an adult, it is the history I see inscribed and belonging to the land. As a transient observer trying to integrate different cultural backgrounds, I am interested in bringing to light our common humanity, making history visible, and confronting my contemporaries with the past so that their insights might inform the present. The memories I use are vicarious, acquired intellectually and shaped by contemporary politics. Yet they are deeply felt on a human level, based on parallel personal experiences of migration, hardship and loss within a different context. 

Monday, June 21, 2010

Amanda B. Friedman

I hope this blog posting finds you well. 
Please check out a fun video I made 
this winter here on my website. 
And, below are three of my drawings. 
Thanks Mike and Daniel! 
I wish I could join you out west for the opening. 
But happy summer! It is already hot hot hot on the east coast! -abf

Once I Found a Penny
Cut paper, colored pencil and crayon on paper
20" x 24"

Stacking Shapes
Paper, linoleum cut print, gauche, pastel and paper on paper
28" x 18"

Hummingbird man 
Poster edition

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Natalie Purkey

Pencil on paper

Pencil on paper

D.A. Bishop

Bug Control
42" x 80"
Acrylic on panel

D.A. Bishop was born in rural Virginia and has lived in many places along the Eastern Seaboard before settling in Sonoma County, California.

Bishop is primarily self-taught. He discovered, after a brief period at the Atlanta School of Art, that life experience was more enticing than a structured art education.

Thus began various careers as a billboard painter, a graphic artist for a theatre company, and an itinerant limner.

Sonoma County
24" x 28"
Acrylic on panel

Terry Berlier

Things Fall Apart
Dimensions vary
Pen and colored pencil on paper

Terry Berlier is an interdisciplinary artist who works primarily with sculpture, installation, and video. Her work is often kinetic, interactive and/or sound based and often focuses around everyday objects, the environment, ideas of nonplace/place and queer practice.

Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally (Europe, Australia, Middle East) including Barcelona, Venice, Girona, Meinz, Tel Aviv, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento. She recently received the Kala Art Institute fellowship and residency for 2009-10 in Berkeley, CA. In 2008-9 she received the Visions from the New California Residency at the Exploratorium: Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception in San Francisco through the Alliance of Artists Communities. She has received grants from California Council for Humanities California Stories Fund, City of Cincinnati Individual Artist Grant, and the City of Davis Art Contract. She was a fellowship recipient for a residency at the Millay Colony for Artists in New York in 2004.

In 2003 she received an MFA in Studio Art from University of California, Davis and a BFA from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in 1994. Berlier has taught at UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, and California College of the Arts. She currently teaches in the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University.

The Line You See Is Not The Only Thing
Dimensions vary
A collaboration with Valerie George created for FemArt 2007 at the Monstra D’art De Dones de Ca la Dona in Barcelona, Spain.