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Melanie Enderle

Melanie Enderle is a Lecturer of Art History interested in sociocultural-based issues of gender. She studied at the University of Reading in England, the Royal Academy, London, and earned her PhD from University of Washington, Seattle. Enderle has presented papers at institutions including Oxford University, St. Andrews University, University of London, the Huntington Library, Panthéon-Sorbonne, […]

Quinn Mcnichol

B. 1989, Glenside PA / quinn mcnichol is a visual artist & herbalist. In addition to their college studies, quinn has worked independently with Marcia Jones (Germantown PA) and Alice Schwager (Quarryville PA) and done a number of residencies across the continental US and abroad. Being a student and resident with the Mount Gretna School […]

Bonnie Biggs

Bonnie holds an MFA in 3D/Glass from Massachusetts College of Art and a BFA in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University. She utilizes an industrial laminating process to produce large-scale figurative images in layers of glass. She is the past President of The Glass Art Society and former juror of the Fellowship Selection Committee of The […]

Erin Elyse Burns

Erin Elyse Burns is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice navigates territory within the disciplines of photography, video, performance art. Her work has been exhibited at the Tucson Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Henry Art Gallery, and the Nevada Museum of Art, Reno. Recent solo exhibitions have been presented at the Jack […]

Robert Campbell

Robert Campbell is a visual artist working in digital compositing and collage, installation, performance, and documentary. His work has been exhibited in venues nationally and internationally, including the Frye Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, MoNA, Whatcom Museum, Currents International New Media Festival, and various other museums, festivals, and galleries across in the U.S. and abroad. […]

Gayle Clemans

Gayle Clemans is an art historian, critic, and writer with frequent contributions of arts criticism and journalism to The Seattle Times. Her essays and short stories appear in a variety of publications, including exhibition catalogues, Smarthistory, and the award-winning book, The Map as Art (Princeton Architectural Press). Clemans also writes speculative fiction and creative non-fiction, […]

Kevin Goodrich

Kevin Goodrich is an interdisciplinary artist who works in painting, print, and multiples. His work explores the relationship between digital and traditional routes of image making. Sourcing from the everyday, his painting and prints examine connections between ideas of structure, the uncanny, and the language of reproduction. Goodrich is originally from New York. He received his […]

Cable Griffith

Cable Griffith’s work reflects our complex relationship to nature, filtered through the influence of technology and popular culture. Griffith has exhibited nationally and internationally, including the Frye Art Museum, Bellevue Arts Museum, the Whatcom Museum, Sun Valley Museum of Art, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Aqua Art Fair, Seattle Art Fair, and […]

Margie Livingston

Margie Livingston is a painter using a humorous lens to reflect on anxiety, mortality, and hope. Based in Seattle, she earned her M.F.A. in painting from the University of Washington (1999). Her awards include Artist in Residence at MONA FOMA in Tasmania (2019); Vermont Studio Center Fellowship (2019); Artist in residence at in Bern […]

Laura Newlon

Laura Hart Newlon is an artist, writer, and educator interested in the resonance and dissonance between images and objects. Newlon’s interdisciplinary practice evolves out of a fascination with materiality, image-making, and the act of looking as a cultural practice. Newlon has recently exhibited work at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (New Orleans), SOIL (Seattle), […]