Alumni Artists

AHL FOUNDATION

AHL FOUNDATION {0}

The AHL Foundation is a non-profit organization formed in 2003 by Sook Nyu Lee Kim to support Korean artists living in the United States and to promote exposure of their work in today’s highly competitive contemporary art world. In 2004, the foundation established an annual competition that is open to all artists of Korean ancestry […]

RACHEL BARRETT

RACHEL BARRETT {0}

Rachel Barrett (b. 1981, Cambridge, MA) is a visual storyteller. She uses the medium of photography to explore and collect the world around her, fulfilling her desires to memorialize pieces from the present and preserve the past. Her personal work is deeply rooted in nostalgia and memory with a primary interest in social and cultural […]

JEFF AMURAO

JEFF AMURAO {0}

Do you remember? what color was it? was it part of a dream or did it really happen? photographs help us to remember. entwined in all photographic images is an eternal present captured as history, understood in an ever shifting here and now. the truth ofthe event is as much a part of our present […]

EMMANUEL BERNARDOUX (march – may 2010)

EMMANUEL BERNARDOUX (march – may 2010) {0}

  Emmanuel Bernardoux is a french artist in  residency at The Invisible Dog until the 21st of May. His artwork is on the thin line between realism and abstraction. Symbols, signs and small details build a jigsaw puzzle with his paintings he started 4 years ago, connecting each of  them in an encoded unfinished creation. […]

LIZ BUROW

LIZ BUROW {1}

Liz Burow specializes in textile designs that consider the relationship between nature and the constructed world. Her latest work concentrates on blurring the line between indoors and outdoors, hardscape and softscape. Inspired by the topography and greenery of the natural world, Liz has created works that both respect and tease our efforts to domesticate the […]

TARA CRONIN

TARA CRONIN {0}

I used to hate Laughing. Not any laugh, but a joyous laugh, with others, that lets my spirit free for a brief moment.  I hated it because in the millisecond that I began to almost laugh, something inside would realize that if I began, that moment would soon end, and the laugh would be over, […]

JAYOUNG CHUNG

JAYOUNG CHUNG {0}

Ja-young Chung is a multi-media artist, who is primarily a visual artist ; at the same time a musician, animator, filmmaker, and story-teller with numerous exhibits and installations utilizing nearly every form of media, including performance, film, computer graphics, sound, and movement. Her work has exhibited worldwide in both solo and group shows at such […]

MEGAN HERSHMAN

MEGAN HERSHMAN {0}

For the past few years, I have been exploring ideas of fantasy and illusion though the construction and fabrication of dioramas. After assembling these sometimes-abstract sets, I then photograph them using a large-format view camera to create images that evoke a sense of wonder. These scenes I photograph are built within the confines of the […]

HYONG NAM AHN

HYONG NAM AHN {0}

Hyong Nam Ahn (b 1955, Korea) earned his MFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1980. Inspired by Kinetic Art in the 1960s, his sculptures integrate lights, sounds, and movements. Ahn has received numerous commissions for public sculptures from notableinstitutions and corporations such as McDonald Corporation in Kirkland, WA; The Mayor’s Advisory Committee […]

GILES LYON

GILES LYON {2}

Lyon’s work explores themes of interconnectivity and imminent ecological collapse. Informed by the sensibility of ancient cave painting, in which images seem to emerge out of the working surface itself, he creates a richly textured, watery stained ground on raw canvas—a visually dynamic stand-in for a cave wall. From this atmospheric surface, Lyon teases out […]