Carroll Thayer Berry, Ogunquit Artist Fishing Shacks, Perkins Cove. Linocut 1936. Carroll Thayer Berry was an American artist who grew up in Maine, and whose work is often said to be emblematic of New England, especially the seacoast. In addition, he was one of first U.S. artists to be assigned to camouflage in World War I. www.ogunquitbeachinn.com
Ana Teresa Barboza; Barboza uses a combination of embroidery and photography to create sensitive compositions to reveal messages. She embroiders elegant floral designs on carefully selected photographs arranged to convey a relationship between the two subjects. The bare skinned models have carefully stitched arrangements which appear that the models is stitching into there skin or tearing it apart to reveal a complex embroidered design of the anatomy.