L’objet de moi

Mel Chin’s Self Portrait (Bison and Hare), taken from his website In December, 2020 we will be posting images of our exhibition here so please make sure to revisit us. “L’objet de moi” will be an exhibition about an object that is sacred, meaningful, beautiful or something that tells a story for us as the […]

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Connected Installation by Belgin Yucelen

  The evening of March 26th was an ordinary winter evening cold enough to justify the fireplace to be on. The time though was strangely tangible almost something you could catch in the air if you were fast. I was at home in a room which served as a studio before I moved to my […]

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Among Flowers in Bloom by Belgin Yucelen and Julie Rothschild

    The online performance “Among Flowers in Bloom” is an interdisciplinary presentation of dance, classical music and art installation. It is a collaboration between the multidisciplinary artist Belgin Yucelen, choreographer and dance artist Julie Rothschild and musicians Emily Bowman and David Crowe.  The performance “Among Flowers in Bloom” was originally scheduled to take place […]

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Carly Owens

Carly Owens (b. 1995) is a contemporary hand embroidery artist and designer. She received her BAD in Art + Design (Fibers & Surface Design concentration) with a minor in Arts Entrepreneurship from North Carolina State University in 2017. She previously studied Jacobean crewelwork and goldwork embroidery at the Royal School of Needlework in the United […]

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Sam Sokyo Randall

Scientists know that black holes exist because of the accumulation of x-rays measured in the areas adjacent, residual artifacts of the unspeakable density contained within. But, as Gertrude Stein says, there is no there there – no-thing we can grasp directly. As an artist also trained as an architect, Sam Sokyo Randall proposes a similar […]

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Cindi Yaklich

For Cindi, art is about learning. Learning to be quiet and learning to be loud. Learning to explore and to accept, to sit and observe, feel and touch. Art teaches us to look intently and avoid the preconceived. Art is freedom… with realities. Art is life. To see more of her work visit www.vivifineart.com  

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Elizabeth Groth

  Elizabeth Groth is a Texan artist and graduate of studio art & international relations from the University of Texas at Tyler. She recently moved to Boulder, Colorado from Tucson, Arizona where she kept a solo studio practice and was a museum educator at Tucson Museum of Art. Before that, she lived in Madrid where […]

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Belgin Yucelen

Sculptor I Printmaker I Installation artist Belgin Yücelen is a Turkish-American artist.  While enhancing our imaginations and consciousness, Belgin Yücelen’s art remains true to the desire to create meaning and beauty in subtle simplicity. With her installations, sculptures, films and prints, she asks the questions of who we are and where we are going so […]

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