Painting

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Caitlin Mitchell-Dayton

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Jeremy Morgan

My work as a painter is an exploration of philo-spiritual aspects of landscape and nature based painting referring in particularly to Asian and Western traditions in relation to concepts of the abstract. This work is augmented by an increasing interest in the use of technological processes as a means by which (allied with painting) one might reveal that which lays beyond appearance alone.

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Brett Reichman

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Taravat Talepasand

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Mark Van Proyen

In both my visual work and in my written commentaries, the focus is on satirizing the tragic consequences of blind faith placed in economies of narcissistic reward. 

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Dewey Crumpler

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Pegan Brooke

Certain places exert an undeniable impulse to make art inspired by them, to try to understand what they might mean through the creative process. My recent paintings and video/poems are inspired by the experiences of sustained reflection upon the Aven River in Pont Aven, France and the Pacific Ocean near my home in Northern California. My intention is to find a way to communicate the fleeting quality of experience and the flowing nature of being, a present that recommences unceasingly, and our own individual and collective responses to that experience.

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