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My work explores entangled perceptual worlds through the matrix of print media. I begin my process by observing natural phenomena—algae coalescing with ice, moss marking the bark of a tree. I document my observations in paintings and photographs, which I then alter through digital and physical processes. My installations merge the resulting works with found objects and existing architecture, thereby altering the preexisting space. Mining the tension between organic materials and digital processes, the work imagines artifacts from a world in which the natural and artificial are inextricably linked.
My research takes the form of collaborations and private investigations. I recently collaborated with a neuroscientist to study social coordination through mirrored drawing. I spent six days in complete darkness, exploring Buckminster Fuller’s concept of synergetics (the geometry of patterns of energy found in nature). I read Calvino, Murakami, and dystopian sci-fi. I walk in the woods.
With a Surrealist vocabulary and dream-like logic, the work investigates the thin boundary between documentation, memory, and imagination.
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I'm a multidisciplinary artist who uses painting, printmaking, installation, mosaic, and my digital media processes to make art.
My work and research have focused on the changing landscape, environmental awareness, and the more recent effects of globalization.
In the early days of life on Earth, algae and bacteria formed a lichen, a primal form of life that still grows on most natural surfaces.
With this series called "Mined," I investigate brushless painting processes and a mixture of paints applied repeatedly to allow various marks and crusts to randomly appear, as happens with the geology of terrains of surprising uniqueness and designs. Even the detachment of some pigments is visible as if it were constantly changing, aspects I enjoy. Time is a crucial ingredient for this texture to appear on the surface of my canvas, like lichen.
I am a Brazilian-American artist living in Florida and São Paulo. I have a BS in Industrial Design from the Arts Foundation Armando Alvares Penteado in São Paulo and an MFA from Florida Atlantic University, FL.
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Lauren Bertelson is an artist from Boulder, Colorado currently based in Palm Beach, Florida, who uses photography and domestic craft to explore themes of domesticity, femininity, labor, and the multigenerational transfer of these concepts. Her work has been exhibited at Light Work, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Studio 1608, the Biblio Gallery and the Schine Student Center at Syracuse University. She is a recipient of a SOURCE Grant for the spring of 2022 to pursue her most recent body of work, Like Mother, Like Daughter. Lauren has a BFA in Art Photography from Syracuse University. Past projects include a crochet tapestry, Eighty Seasons: a Summary, that visually represents the relationships that have been an integral part of her life, as well as a series of images As the Shadows Lengthen, that explore her 8-month bout with chronic insomnia.
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I'm an interdisciplinary artist who enjoys working in any media. I choose the medium that I think will best express the idea I'm trying to convey. The areas I'm interested in cross between abstract, surrealism symbolism, minimalism, & expressionism. I love to travel, try new things and be exposed to unfamiliar places and ideas. All of my experiences, from travel or simply from the process of living, find a place into my work, either consciously or unconsciously. I believe art-making is a form of communication, and it's the best language that I know. My father was a sculptor, and my entire family is artistic. They helped me learn to navigate life in an unusual way: to live "an artist's life." I hope that my art can help people better understand the challenges that humanity faces, and that it helps people reflect and talk about timeless and philosophical concepts like communication, kindness, and understanding the impact of the digital age on human relationships. I hope that my art leaves people feeling better connected to their surroundings, from the local to the universal.
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Z.M. Valentin (Z. Valentin Mesaric) is a Croatian born painter, sculptor, and architect with over 30 years of industry experience. His passion for contemporary art often displays in his architectural designs and multi-medium projects. He has learned to question established art forms, and enjoys experimenting with new techniques as a multidisciplinary artist. Z.M. Valentin, has showed his art in various galleries across Palm Beach County, since moving to the United States in 1985.
Zoe Alexa is a maker of many proportions. Her creations are dependent on the emotional & physical inquiry of play. Sculptures often include a mix of wood, metal, fabric, paper & various paints. Her work presents itself by welcoming the viewer to step a little closer, investigate our curious existence, & sometimes even interact within its given realm.
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The daughter of a scientist and a lover of nature, Renee grew up between the South Florida beaches and the Colorado mountains and, at a young age, learned through hands on exploration of her environment. She received her BA in Fine Art from the University of Miami, FL, and continued her art education at the University of Paris, France, and the School of Visual Arts in NYC.
Renee Phillips has presented her work internationally in numerous group and solo shows. Recent exhibitions include Kunstleben Berlin, Soho House West Hollywood, CA, Aqua Art Miami, Pen & Brush Gallery NYC and Muriel Guepin Gallery NYC. Her works have been acquired for private and corporate collections around the world. She is based in Delray Beach, Fl and maintains her studio in Chelsea, NYC.
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Diana Martin is a self-taught artist who’s career began over 40 years ago. She has applied her talent to countless artistic endeavors which include painting, sculpture, jewelry, clothing design, costume and set design, and custom airbrush. In addition, Diana has created dimensional wall hangings made from materials such as wood, metals, canvas, and paper. She now focuses most of her time in the studio and loves using a variety of materials including acrylics, graphite, ink, and watercolors.
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Born in 1985, Cara was raised in Florida and grew up in a house full of art. At an early age, she was encouraged to pursue her talents in art and develop her own styles. Living with an artist as a father, she was able to witness and join in her father’s experiments and learn about different colors, techniques, and skills. While her father’s art was her biggest influence, she was exposed to all types of creative work and artists through museums, exhibitions, and traveling around the world. Cara graduated with a Master of Architecture from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2008. While in school, she was able to engage and expand her curiosity and experimented in many other art forms, such as Metals & Jewelry, Photography, and Electronic Design, all the while continuing her passion for painting. After working in the architecture world for a few years, she was able to experience a new world in design. Today, her art has become an accumulation of her past experiences and reflection of her bubbly personality and creative imagination.
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Michelle A M Miller draws beauty out of waste. Influenced by her experiences in nature and her family’s environmental testing laboratory, she transforms discarded materials and inspiration from the natural world, chemistry, philosophy, physics, and ancient wisdom into monochromatic meditations that skirt ideas of entanglement and interconnectedness but hint at something more. Her creative work spans drawing, bookmaking, sculpture, painting, printmaking, installation and public art. Miller’s complex imagery is simultaneously cosmic and quantum, ancient and futuristic. She has been awarded residencies at Women’s Studio Workshop, Atlantic Center for the Arts, and IS Projects, and is the recipient of a grant from the Puffin Foundation. Her work has been presented at CODEX, E/AB, NADA Miami, and she has recently participated in group exhibitions at the Coral Springs Museum of Art and the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. Her work is held in collections at the University of Miami and the Jaffe Center for Book Arts in addition to private collections throughout the US. Miller received her BFA in Studio Art from Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, and her BA in Art History from Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. She lives and works in West Palm Beach, Florida. Miller is currently the book artist in residence at Women's Studio Workshop in New York where she is working on her next project entitled, Erebid/Materia.
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Autumn Casey, born in West Palm Beach, Florida, is an artist whose work revolves
around objects—the stories they tell and the characters they become. Her shapeshifting
practice includes sculpture, video, performance, music, and poetry. Inspired by
maintenance art and the borders between trash and coveted commodities, Casey draws
from personal history, pop and underground culture. Her work channels the beauty
found in memories, exploring the function of nostalgia. In 2019, Casey started designing
sculptural lights, inspired equally by Tiffany and thrift store finds, pushing her use of
camp and kitsch into one-of-a-kind, functional artworks. Casey’s work has been shown
at the Peréz Art Museum, Miami; Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA; and in many other
venues. She’s completed residencies at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Colorado and
La Sierra Artist Residency in Santa Marta, Colombia. In 2022, she received a public art
commission for MoCA, North Miami, to create a pair of sculptures modeled on her
parents (but imagined as swans). Casey lives and works in Miami, Florida.
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