Ouroboros, Julie Mann

Ouroboros, Julie Mann   The human brain has an uncanny ability to see patterns and make connections based on the world we’ve experienced. That is one reason optical illusions work, and why we see digital images and Pointillist paintings as something more...

Branching Out, Boxed In- Glynis Frost Raisch

Boxed Out, Branching In- Glynis Frost Raisch   I have 2 pieces in this show. They are both paper mache and they both incorporate little houses; the houses are symbolic of family and home and community. They are made of cardboard and wheat paste and newspaper. The...

In My Own Backyard, Kimberly Mehler

In My Own Backyard, Kimberly Mehler   Isolation Creations During Covid lockdown, I began a short daily painting exercise as a meditative practice to help cope with the stress of the news. I found that I was drawn to the variety of pine cones lying upon the...

Nesting, Michelle Ciarlo Hayes

Nesting, Michelle Ciarlo Hayes From the Apart:Together Exhibition This little piece is called “Nesting” and is based on a sweet bird who regularly visited the window box of my studio during the spring of 2020. She would steal pieces of the coconut box...

10%, Megan Greenholt

10%, Megan Greenholt From the Apart:Together Exhibit I participated in an online creativity project for 100 days in 2020 with the intention to develop a daily practice. Most of my project was completed during the initial phase of the covid pandemic and quarantine. My...