Alumni Artists

RYAN FRANK

RYAN FRANK {0}

Ryan Frank is an artist and curator based in Brooklyn, NY and Sharon, CT, a native of California and a graduate of New York University.  He’s had solo exhibitions at the Invisible Dog Art Center and the Mattatuck Museum, and has exhibited his work at Gallery Rene Mele, Recession Art, the Wassaic Project, the Re […]

AARON FREED

AARON FREED {0}

Everything is a detail to the sensitive soul.  When the objects of affection are many, the structure of self-image can bow and break; and with the conscience a kaleidoscope, relationships are fractured reflections.  In the mirror is the haunt of impulse, disguise, and devotion. I am a product of my relationships.  In an investigation of […]

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 […]

NANCY HUBBARD

NANCY HUBBARD {0}

Nancy Hubbard is an artist, photographer, patineur, writer, and most recently, curator. Her artwork examines the mysterious pull of time and memory as she reinvigorates old world processes and integrates them with contemporary artmaking methods and materials. Nancy’s work has been exhibited in and around New York City, as well as Toronto and Washington D.C. […]

IESTYN & DEIRDRA JONES

IESTYN & DEIRDRA JONES {0}

Jones of Boerum Hill is an apron & workwear company started in 2012 by husband and wife team Iestyn & Deirdra Jones. Iestyn hails from the UK and has a background in sales in marketing. Deirdra is from New Hampshire, and has spent the past 10 years in fashion design and production. Jones of Boerum […]

ANNA LEVIKOVA

ANNA LEVIKOVA {0}

Anna Levikova – a russian artist living and working in Brooklyn. Born and raised in Moscow, she is heavily influenced by the culture, tradition and the spirit of the homeland. soviet era, religion, russian “soul” – are reflected in most of her paintings. Lately she has been exploring the idea of heaven – angels have […]

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 […]

JOANNA NEBORSKY

JOANNA NEBORSKY {0}

Joanna Neborsky is an illustrator who draws imaginary events from memory. Her collages, which combine ink, crayon, pencil, construction paper, fabric, and Pop absurdism, reflect a habit of liking things made in Britain in the 1960s. France interests, too. Her first book, an illustrated version of Fénéon’s Novels in Three Lines, will be published by […]

XAVIER ROUX

XAVIER ROUX {0}

Established in New York, Xavier Roux is a postmodern artist who has developed conceptual artworks based on public participation. He has created a brand name through Redseeds and proposes participative art projects to corporations. With Schlumberger he has created the Tree of Life, a giant set of sculptures, which incorporate drawings made by children from […]

PATRICK REYNOLDS

PATRICK REYNOLDS {0}

Pat Reynolds is an artist, writer, and musician working primarily in photography and various digital and sculptural media. He is particularly interested in how we use lens-based tools and simulation technologies to engage with both ourselves and one another. Pat was born in Hanson, Massachusetts, and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. www.patreynolds.info