Space 4 Art: Artists Work

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By: Asa Kvissberg  "As my main interest lies within the complexity and confusion of human relationships, from a feministic point of view, my artwork has mostly contained issues surrounding this topic."

By: Asa Kvissberg "As my main interest lies within the complexity and confusion of human relationships, from a feministic point of view, my artwork has mostly contained issues surrounding this topic."

By: Eva Struble   "The cultural, political and physical landscapes where I’ve lived are the focus of my work in painting, printmaking and installation. Having explored decaying corners of Baltimore, Brooklyn and Barcelona through a socio-environmental lens, I am currently working on a body of screen prints based on images of fruit displays and patterns from regions of Cambodia, Guatemala and Mexico in relation to American agriculture and food production."  http://www.evastruble.com/

By: Eva Struble "The cultural, political and physical landscapes where I’ve lived are the focus of my work in painting, printmaking and installation. Having explored decaying corners of Baltimore, Brooklyn and Barcelona through a socio-environmental lens, I am currently working on a body of screen prints based on images of fruit displays and patterns from regions of Cambodia, Guatemala and Mexico in relation to American agriculture and food production." http://www.evastruble.com/

By: Eva Struble  "The cultural, political and physical landscapes where I’ve lived are the focus of my work in painting, printmaking and installation. Having explored decaying corners of Baltimore, Brooklyn and Barcelona through a socio-environmental lens, I am currently working on a body of screen prints based on images of fruit displays and patterns from regions of Cambodia, Guatemala and Mexico in relation to American agriculture and food production." http://www.evastruble.com/

By: Eva Struble "The cultural, political and physical landscapes where I’ve lived are the focus of my work in painting, printmaking and installation. Having explored decaying corners of Baltimore, Brooklyn and Barcelona through a socio-environmental lens, I am currently working on a body of screen prints based on images of fruit displays and patterns from regions of Cambodia, Guatemala and Mexico in relation to American agriculture and food production." http://www.evastruble.com/

By: Nicole Ann Deline   "I am currently working towards licensing in architecture, taking on my own design projects as well as trying to find the time to work on art." www.nicoledeline.com

By: Nicole Ann Deline "I am currently working towards licensing in architecture, taking on my own design projects as well as trying to find the time to work on art." www.nicoledeline.com

By: Richard Hunter Rivera   "I play in bands (Moviegoers, Island Boy) and engineer/mix records for other bands (LABS, Smiles Davis, Mangoose Society to name a few). I also actively collaborate with mixed-media artist Jessica Sledge on all kinds of fun" www.themoviegoers.com

By: Richard Hunter Rivera "I play in bands (Moviegoers, Island Boy) and engineer/mix records for other bands (LABS, Smiles Davis, Mangoose Society to name a few). I also actively collaborate with mixed-media artist Jessica Sledge on all kinds of fun" www.themoviegoers.com

By: Victor Pena! Victor Peña, a self-taught artist based in San Diego, California. To see more of his art visit http://studio10gallery.com/gallery/

By: Victor Pena! Victor Peña, a self-taught artist based in San Diego, California. To see more of his art visit http://studio10gallery.com/gallery/

By: Nuvia Crisol Guerra  "My work is composed of bold colors sprinkled with Mexican iconography that explores bi-national identity and issues impacting women around the globe." www.artecrisol.com

By: Nuvia Crisol Guerra "My work is composed of bold colors sprinkled with Mexican iconography that explores bi-national identity and issues impacting women around the globe." www.artecrisol.com

By: Curtis Bracher   "Every time I look in any direction I am reminded that not one thing I do is something that is one thing I do. It is always something else, someone else, decided somewhere else. This is not a conspiracy. I am as complicit as the someone else. I look and choose just as anyone somewhere other than here. One something else is as else something." curtisbracher.info

By: Curtis Bracher "Every time I look in any direction I am reminded that not one thing I do is something that is one thing I do. It is always something else, someone else, decided somewhere else. This is not a conspiracy. I am as complicit as the someone else. I look and choose just as anyone somewhere other than here. One something else is as else something." curtisbracher.info

By: Nate Vaughan   "Unfortunately, the reality of paint, seen only as a plane of material reflecting its range of perceivable light, is most often (perhaps always) obfuscated by the ‘scrim of language’ – memories, connotations, denotations, history. I’ve been trying and failing to paint ‘le vide’ (emptiness, meaninglessness, non-referential, ‘the void’). It’s fun, but I’m sure I’m not doing what I think I’m doing."  crystalvoyager.net

By: Nate Vaughan "Unfortunately, the reality of paint, seen only as a plane of material reflecting its range of perceivable light, is most often (perhaps always) obfuscated by the ‘scrim of language’ – memories, connotations, denotations, history. I’ve been trying and failing to paint ‘le vide’ (emptiness, meaninglessness, non-referential, ‘the void’). It’s fun, but I’m sure I’m not doing what I think I’m doing." crystalvoyager.net

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