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Guardian Monster Engagement

By |2015-11-07T21:39:52-05:00November 10th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Member Stories|

In October, Yellowstone Art Museum Education Director Linda Ewert invited me to participate in an art program at the Montana Women’s Prison in Billings, Montana. This would be the most challenging and rewarding community I had yet engaged in a [...]

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A Quixotic Life: The Workmanship of Risk

By |2015-03-15T08:45:47-05:00March 15th, 2015|Categories: 2014 Conference, Emerging Artists, Featured, Member Stories|

 Listening to stories of David Peters I’ve often wondered where the boundary  is between ardent investigator and dogmatic zealot. For those standing  outside the circle of wood fire (of which I am one) it is easy to tick the box [...]

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a conversation:Adam Shiverdecker

By |2015-03-01T00:16:42-05:00March 1st, 2015|Categories: Emerging Artists, Featured|

Adam Shiverdecker’s body of work presents a unique opportunity to consider the role of the artist. Any work of art, taken as a singular object, is like contemplating one measure without the context of the entire melody. And, usually that [...]

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Discovering Convictions: Considering the Work of Lauren Mabry

By |2015-01-15T11:30:05-05:00January 15th, 2015|Categories: Emerging Artists, Featured, Member Stories|

Confident posture. Direct gaze. An assured knowing her handshake will be firm. The word TRUE comes to mind. TRUE in the sense of direction or plumb. While “earthy” is not an apt description, “grounded” certainly is. Lauren Mabry is a bright, young [...]

With Reflective Intention: A Portrait of Mel Griffin

By |2014-11-20T15:15:24-05:00November 18th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Emerging Artists, Featured, Milwaukee|

In contrast to the changing seasons, currently in the mode of closing another chapter of life, 2014 Emerging Artist Mel Griffin has been opening one. Planting seeds with deliberate and thoughtful choices, Griffin has stepped away from a peripatetic life [...]

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The Veil Between: New Work from Lindsay Pichaske

By |2014-06-25T15:34:55-05:00June 25th, 2014|Categories: Emerging Artists, Featured, Member Stories|

“What separates human from animal? What borders exist between the real and the imagined, the beautiful and the repugnant, the living and dying, the animate and inanimate?” So reads the anchor of Lindsay Pichaske’s thesis, and it’s a good anchor [...]

Reclaiming Tacit Knowledge: A Portrait of Zimra Beiner

By |2014-04-28T08:18:29-05:00April 28th, 2014|Categories: Conference Cities, Emerging Artists, Featured, Milwaukee|

The initial and easy assessment of Zimra Beiner the person? Mind you, “easy” means from a distance. Watching someone who is naturally engulfed in observing his world and is not particularly concerned with how the world is observing him will [...]

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