Art Show Archive

Roger Powers, Jr. - Inks by Powers


June 2018


Powers at 70, is a contemporary artist who explores his world in black, gray, and white, but plays with a whisper of color. His visual arts journey has no end; his observation of the world around him is fluid and constantly changes keeping his imagination sharp and energized. His inks influence different tones of gray into the darkness,... [more]



Artemis Sidikman - Modulation And Introspection


May 2018


I create art to understand and approach the realities of my life. My work is introspective and focuses on facets of myself such as gender identity, sexuality, and battles with mental illness. My hope is that by working through my own struggles, I can give a voice to an audience who understands and shares my experiences. I want to provoke... [more]



C.T.H. Hulbott - Works of C.T.H. Hulbott


April 2018


Artist statement: In this collection of illustrations from 2017 I hope to convey the fallowing topics: My fascination with the events of the mid 19th century, My fondness of the city where I was born, My love for my family, And kitty cats. It has always my goal to show a good level of depth though line weight and crosshatching. With the Union... [more]



Ellen Meyer - FORGOTTEN GEOGRAPHY


March 2018


Artist's Statement Acrylic Paintings, Collage and Works on Paper My process begins by freely drawing circles, arcs and parallel lines on a canvas. Eventually they merge into a composition of positive and negative shapes. I add colors, sometimes starting with blue. But these blues range from pale blue violet to turquoise and ultramarine. When I... [more]



Corey Alexander - Comrades | Friends | Lovers


February 2018


These portraits are of people about whom I care a great deal. They are painted from photos stolen from facebook profiles and with no one’s permission. Corey Alexander is a self-taught graphic designer and fine/crude artist based in Madison, WI.



Derek Hibbs - Skeptic Notions


January 2018


Artist Statement: My work focuses on bringing attention to the state of survival in today’s society, illustrating various social, political, and personal issues we all face. These societal observations allow the viewer to contemplate purpose, happiness, and daily existence through insightful imagery. These prints are driven by narrative, self-... [more]