In the Studio: Amira F. Pualwan

Please tell us where you are from and how you got to where you are today? (A little bit about yourself) I grew up in Vermont, just outside of Burlington, which was a magical place to become a person.  I studied studio art at Wheaton College in Massachusetts, where I fell in love with printmaking…

In the Studio: Laura Sellers Harrison

Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got to creating the work you are today. My name is Laura Sellers, and I live in Asheville, N.C. I’ve been a painter all my life, and I’ve always been extremely inspired by our environment.   What does your work aim to say? Some of…

In the Studio: Kieran Riley Abbott

1. Please tell us where you are from and how you got to where you are today? (A little bit about yourself) I grew up in Minneapolis, MN, and lived there through college. Since then I’ve been hopping around the east coast, living in the Hudson Valley (at Women’s Studio Workshop), Vermont (where I was…

In the studio: Georgina Campbell

1. Please tell us where you are from and how you got to where you are today?  I started out planning to be a film maker and realized I prefer working alone rather than waiting around for others to get their part of the job done. I had to do still photography as part of…

In the Studio: Xiaofu Wang

1. Please tell us where you are from and how you got to where you are today?  I was born in Wuhan, China and lived there with my parents for 18 years. Wuhan is a big city located in middle eastern China. The humidity in the air is always high, so the weather is sweltering…

In the Studio: Jillian Marie Browning

1. Please tell us where you are from and how you got to where you are today? I was born in Ocala, Florida and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Photography from the University of Central Florida in 2012 and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art from Florida State University in…

Re: -flect, -vise, -set

First off, we want to extend a huge, heartfelt thank you to Peter Manion for being the first artist exhibited in our alternative space. Also the biggest thanks going out to everyone who has supported us through these first two months. We are humbled by the response and support of so many wonderful artists. And…

In the Studio: Peter Manion

1. Please describe your work. My works are process-driven and deal with the transformative force of art making. I use a variety of non-traditional materials, including Vaseline, vinyl stickers, plaster, and felt, which allow my work to have a bold, frenetic quality completely open to interpretation by the viewer. Though traditionally a painter, I have…