ATYL (alexandra lee) is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus on installation and digital mixed-media.
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HATCH Projects 2011-2012
In Amanda Greive's art-making process, the portrayal of relationships symbolically through the interplay of objects in still-lifes or through figural work has been a priority.
Barbara Blacharczyk's drawings and multi-layered compositions on Mylar are based on elemental forms from nature.
Carole Hennessy explores the landscape of her life—both real and imagined—through the creative use of watercolor and related media.
Cydney Lewis creates highly personal and intimate work, centering around ideas related to imagination, desire and the integration of art into daily life. She is drawn to the whimsical.
David Wittig is represented in Europe by Galerie Rivière Faiveley in Paris. He is based in Chicago and works as professional photographer.
Debra Kayes uses repetition of simple organic forms to explore the ways in which creatures large and small group to gain safety in numbers
Erik L. Peterson's public works take the form of large scale urban interventions that stretch and strain utopian ideas of design and function until ordinary objects slip toward the extraordinary.
Jim Zimpel’s works constructs factual and imaginary entry points and rituals: they are the means to process, explore, and understand things that are actually, or perceived as, inaccessible.
Marissa Lee Benedict’s artistic practice is an ongoing investigation into the complex, and ever evolving, relationship between humans and the material world.
Sandra Perlow's work is based on combinations of woodcut, monoprint, collage, and acrylic worked onto paper or canvas surfaces. The work begins with sketches that come from walks around the city; ideas that are developed come from these progressive sketches. As she works on the paintings and drawings, parts of the surface's shape are eliminated by scrapping, blotting, and smearing.