Scott Conary and Analogue Jane

by Careen Stoll Every so often on the journey of life, one reaches seemingly impassable terrain.   In January of this year, Scott Conary’s wife gave birth to a girl with hypoplastic left heart syndrome.  Within a few days, she endured the first of three surgeries to be spaced out over her childhood.  Scott describes the […]

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The Empty Spaces and Complex Emotions of Alexandra Becker-Black

By Shu-Ju Wang “When it comes to me talking about my work, it’s so simple, I just love capturing emotion through an expression or through movement. Evoking the essence through light and shadow, through as little information as possible.” — Alexandra Becker-Black Nothing sums up Alexandra Becker-Black’s work and her being as succinctly as that. […]

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Elisabeth Walden’s meta-modernism

by Careen Stoll Elisabeth Walden is one of the two recipients of the Kimberly Gales Scholarship for Young Artists this year. She has moved here recently from New York to refine her print technique in preparation for continued studies in the arts at a graduate school. The arc of her brilliance is likely to be […]

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Be Prepared for Anything to Happen When You Visit Mary Bennett’s Studio

By Shu-Ju Wang Above, gallery installation by Mary Bennett. By her own accounts, Mary Bennett’s work is all over the board. She’s passionate about the collaborative process and public participation, both of which are notoriously difficult to predict and project what the end results will be. She’s also new in town, having just moved here […]

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