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Douglas Breault is a RI-based interdisciplinary artist who overlaps elements of photography, painting, sculpture, and video. Working currently as a professor, he spends his artistic time freely misapplying traditional methods of photography, painting, and sculpture. His work purposely misaligns materials and connects fragments to question the precarious nature of truth and transformation. Exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.
Boyan Moskov is a ceramicist based in NH. Moskov’s sculptural ceramic work leans minimalist in their forms but are punctuated with moments of painterly expression and surface design. Born in Ruse, Bulgaria, Moskov studied at the Sofia Academy of Art and later developed his practice through exhibitions in Sweden and Eastern Europe. Since moving to the Northeast, he has maintained a prolific practice
Rachel Burgess is NY-based printmaker. Her monotypes are autobiographical works-on-paper exploring landscape and domestic scenes. Window-like in scale, her pieces combine elements of oil painting, folk art and commercial illustration, exploring the way we create narratives based on everyday life. Burgess has exhibited nationally and internationally, including at the International Print Center of New York, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, the American University Museum and the Seoul Museum of Art.
Ellina Chetverikova is a Ukrainian-American artist currently based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her gouache painting practice is deeply grounded in the observation from life. It is an endless practice of experiencing, observing, filtering, and appreciating her surroundings. Many of her subjects are very grounded in daily life and always referencing nature. Small scenes of distant lights and cloudy skies capture her deep responsibility in representing every sunset/twilight.
Melody S. Boone is a mixed media artist with an interdisciplinary art practice, currently living and working in South Orange, NJ. She received her Bachelor’s of Fine Art in 2003 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, and her Masters of Fine Art in 2009 from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. Through found family photographs she attempts to combine her memories with the visual stories of anonymous family members, while simultaneously creating new memories, new stories and new histories.
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