Pamela is a light-based artist who’s work challenges culturally agreed-upon systems of value by investigating relationships between situation and perception and supporting an art discourse that values empirical discovery within phenomenological works of art. Her work has been widely shown in Washington, DC and Chicago, IL.
Spanning history, environmentalism and beauty, I trace lyrical night landscapes and interiors, documenting irreversible environmental shifts. These photographs capture both a sense of change as well as a haunting feeling of place.
Cindy Steiler is a multi disciplinary artist and alternative process photographer who lives in Gainesville, Florida. Her work explores concepts of memory, space and longing through a range of materials and techniques including found objects, textiles, photography, embroidery and crochet.
Sam Margevicius (b. 1989) is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. His photographic compositions explore the medium’s complex relationship to drawing, sculpture, and music. Drawing parallels within a single image or across multiple, Sam’s work plays with the ways in which meaning can be revealed or redacted, fixed or ephemeral.
Anna Lee Roeder is a multimedia visual artist based in Kalamazoo, MI. She is passionate about public art.
She creates dream-like collages and photographs and enjoys putting on interactive events.
Erik Vasilauskas has been painting since 2018 and studies with Ken Freed at the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. In his work on canvas, he is interested in capturing the likenesses of friends, family members, and their pets. Portraits make great gifts! Erik is also partner in the creative team of Dream Scene Placemaking, which creates mural art in public places.
Marie Bergstedt first exhibited in the 1970s and 80s, concentrating in large-format hand-colored photography and beginning to visually open troubling stories. Coupled with this inspection of her own and other families’ breakdowns were memories of the models she had found to help hurdle obstacles in growing up, simple people who forged a path through great challenges.
Katina Bitsicas is a new media artist who utilizes video, photography, and
performance in her art works. Her works explore the effects of crime,
traumatic personal events, and architectural containments on the human
Joe explores the energy and mystery of various existing and imagined terrains. He earned a BFA in Photography from the Rhode Island School of Design and a MFA in Photomedia from the University of Washington.
Travis C. Miller is a musician and visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. He received his BFA in Design and Technology from San Francisco Art Institute.
Natalya came to Venezuela looking for light at 18, lived for two decades in Puerto Ordaz, creating art based on this monumental industrial park and growing city.
Rachel Toups is a musician and visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. She received her BFA in New Genres from San Francisco Art Institute.