In his intricate compositions, Kelly Wallace aims to capture the universal beauty of the landscape while also acknowledging the manmade world’s decline and imminent potential for collapse.
Tam Van Tran blurs the boundaries between painting, drawing, and sculptural practices by merging traditional materials—such as canvas, paper, and paint—with decidedly less conventional ones—including algae, beet juice, eggshells, spirulina, and staples.
In June 2008, artist Ingrid Calame led a team of ten local students in a series tracing sessions at various sites in the community.
James Drake’s drawings, videos, and prints are fueled by his interest in the various forms of language.
In her work, Milena Bonilla links the economy, politics, and world geography to the discord between nature and material culture.
Reed Anderson combines the fragility of cut paper, the spontaneity of sketching, and the aesthetic of graffiti art to create his monumental drawings.
Fred Sandback’s “drawings in space” simultaneously transform and are transformed by the areas they inhabit.