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Terms and Conditions

By Brianna Abbott

Stan Jackson hadn’t moved in about three days, unless you count wheeling his desk chair into the kitchen as moving. He tried to ignore the large, dark circles under his eyes whenever he glanced at his reflection in the computer screen. Sleep would have to wait; he had a project for Financial Planning due in two hours and an essay in Business Ethics due in five, and the word-processing program update installing on his computer didn’t sense the urgency.

“Come on” he begged. “Come on, Draxal, you piece of shit. You […]

Terms and Conditions2018-05-07T21:31:52+00:00

Nursing Red

By Annette Tacconelli

Handwoven red chenile cloth and found copper coils, with deconstructed hand embroidery, red thread, copper wire, seed beads, crystals.

 

Annette Tacconelli

“I am interested in articulating the invisible. Within my Urban Artifacts series, the mundane plays important; along with the flowering of the potential in all things and moments.”

As a professional studio artist, Annette Tacconelli creates intimate, beaded  sculpture, utilizing traditional fiber techniques in non-traditional ways. She has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally. Her collectors range from major Art Museum Board members to a local construction company. For over […]

Nursing Red2018-05-07T21:24:19+00:00

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By Sarah Fields

Archival Pigment Print, 2015


Sara Fields is an artist and educator from Austin, TX. She recently received her Masters of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and she is currently represented by Photo Méthode Gallery.

Home2018-05-07T21:36:35+00:00

Odinn

By Shaun Berke

Oil on linen
40×52 inches


Shaun Berke is an American painter of the Venetian School; apprenticeship, Odd Nerdrum, Stavern, Norway; apprenticeship, Richard Houston, Venice, Italy; apprenticeship, David Luce, Pasadena, California; instructor, Art Center College of Design; B.F.A., Art Center College of Desing; A.A., Moorpark College; member, Getty Research Institute; member, Portrait Society of America; lecturer, Williamsburg Oil Colors; awards: The Art Renewal Center, Westlake Village Art Guild, Thousand Oaks Art Association, The Gerd Koch Paris Grant, The Alpine Fellowship. Living in Pasadena, California.

Odinn2018-05-07T21:37:01+00:00

Hydrophobia

By Seamus Mullin

She could not shower for three days because the water made her nervous. It was a fever of the brain. It was a complete loss of control. If not for the letters, she would have forgotten her own name.

She waited along the route of the heroes’ parade to see her soldier returned. He was filthy too, with desert sand embedded like insurgents in his pores. They were invisible, but she could see them.

She took him in her arms and licked down the side of […]

Hydrophobia2018-05-07T21:47:26+00:00

First Dream

 

By Alexandra Malouta

Acrylic on canvas
36” by 24”

 


Alexandra Malouta is a native of Houston, Texas. She completed BAs in Earth and Environmental Science and Studio Art at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, and later an MS in Geochemistry at Rice University. Her art focuses on translating the physicality of geologic processes and forms into paint. Her studies in geology, as well as her hobbies of cooking, dancing, and knitting have influenced the involved, physical, repetitive nature of her painting methods.

First Dream2018-05-07T21:37:42+00:00

What Next?

 

By Luma Jasim

Mixed media
Plaster, tissue, transfer photo, tar, oil, acrylic, charcoal, ink, and shellac on wood panel framed with aluminum sheet
48x48x2 inches

 


Luma Jasim is a multimedia Iraqi-born artist. Jasim emigrated from her home country to the United States in 2008. During the last nine years, Luma accomplished a full scholarship from Parsons School of Design, The New School. She is one of the four winners of The 2017 AAF American Austrian Foundation/ Seebacher Prize for Fine. In 2015 Luma was one of a panel discussion at The National […]

What Next?2018-05-07T21:47:52+00:00