Image: “Down on the Farm #3,” mixed media, 2017, 22×30 in. Malaika Favorite Mixed Media Malaika Favorite received her BFA (1971) and MFA (1973)…
Image: “Crooked Jesus,” Ozarks, Digital Photo 2017. Justin Hamm Photographs Artist Statement “For me, the act of photography is similar…
Image: Contemporary Black Identity: Mouth, Ink on Paper, 2018, 19x24in. Jaleeca Yancy Drawings Jaleeca Yancy (September 23, 1990) is a multi-disciplinary artist from Memphis,…
Image: Transitory Space, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Winter 2015, Color Photography, Shot in camera on 35mm film, 11×14″ and 16×20″, 2015 Leah Oates Photography …
By Kristian Brevik
Kristian Brevik explores the ways in which humans and other species interact and primarily works with wood, cloth, paper, and other materials provided by plants and animals.
By Hun Kyu Kim
Hun Kyu Kim considers his paintings a form of protest against barbarism and oppression in the world as well as a means of creative expression…
By Adelaide Tyrol
Adelaide Tyrol says of her art: “My work often explores ideas and intuitions I have about the confluence of the natural world and the human enterprise. These thoughts propel me and keep me intellectually connected to current situations…
By Ronna Lebo
Ronna Lebo is a painter and a poet. The two mediums are closely linked for her, and she uses both to tell stories.
By Brent Schreiber
These paintings and drawings are from Brent Schreiber’s Listen series, which he describes as “an ongoing collection featuring the portrait and figure exploring themes of god, faith, spirituality, hope, religion and the human bond.”
By William C. Crawford
William C. Crawford’s work follows the techniques of forensic foraging photography, which focuses on returning to basics like framing, lighting, coloration, saturation, contrast, etc. and avoiding computer-based or technological manipulation of the images. There is also a preference for taking photographs of “mundane” or “trivial” scenes and objects…