Andrea Eskelin

Posted on March 5, 2012

This work represents an artistic interpretation of university life and the social construct surrounding higher education.  It summarizes the perception of one individual visually portraying emotions involved in being torn between life altering choices.  What major do I choose?  Can I make art and pursue music?  Students continuously live with parents’, teachers’, peers’, and others’ […]

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Andrew Myers

Posted on March 5, 2012

Andrew Myers is a visual artist who received his undergraduate art degree from Eastern Oregon University in 1995 and an MFA from Portland State University in 2003. He currently teaches drawing at Oregon State University. Myers’ work has been showcased in Art in America, the Portland Modern, Portlandart.net, Creative Quarterly and the Eugene Weekly. He […]

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Jo Topholm

Posted on March 5, 2012

To understand is to question. Question all that should be explored. In life there are things that separate and things that connect us.  As I began art I drew mostly from my mathematical influences to help define my work and as I began to see myself as an artist I started exploring other possibilities for […]

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Jaime Gustavson

Posted on March 5, 2012

I am interested in disgust and beauty. I wonder if it is possible to elicit both responses from the same painting. I’ve found that when I paint with oil, I can highlight subtleties in color and surface that are beautiful and might go unnoticed. When choosing subjects, I also choose a human emotion. Pig heads […]

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Dawn Lepper

Posted on March 5, 2012

    Joseph Downtown acrylic and fiber 2009       Sunrise Road acrylic and fiber 2009     Bath Plug acrylic and fiber 2010

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Brandon Whitacre

Posted on March 5, 2012

There are times in life that call for action, efficiency and speed. There are times when slowing down, breathing, and just sitting, are what we have to do. This body of work is intended to express the importance of the slow, quiet instances that I experience in my daily life, and that help me maintain […]

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Kevin Layton

Posted on March 5, 2012

Kevin Layton’s art career began with two years of ceramic study.  His interests in glaze and surface texture carried over from ceramics into his current body of work, which consists of large-scale paintings and drawings.  His work explores domestic life as experienced from the perspective of a young father. His work involves collage techniques, while […]

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Ginger Conroy

Posted on March 5, 2012

Portraiture ranging from formal representation to work dealing with the notions of personal grooming and the cultivation of beauty have led me, in my most recent work, to investigate the mythos surrounding deformity and anomalous physical structures. Narrative figuration motivates me to investigate interior psychological spaces; oils encourage me to revive an interest in classical […]

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John Townsend

Posted on March 5, 2012

My artwork originates from the gap between two different worlds—the privileged and working class. Living between the two and not able to solely belong to either one, I am constantly searching for connections and a sense of place.   I struggle with accepting myself as a participant in ether group.  I value both the physical prowess […]

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Henrik Soerensen

Posted on March 5, 2012

Henrik Soerensen is a US based artist, originally from Denmark where he studied at the Culinary Institute of Denmark. In Oregon he earned a BA from Eastern Oregon University in 2013. Soerensen will receive a MFA degree in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art in spring 2015. While at Cranbrook he has earned the Merit […]

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