• Brenda Mallory

    Brenda Mallory

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2018

     

    Brenda Mallory holds a B.A. in Linguistics & English from UCLA and a B.F.A. from Pacific Northwest College of Art. She has received grants from the Oregon Arts Commission, The Ford Family Foundation, and the Regional Arts & Culture Council. She is a recipient of the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship and the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation National Artist Fellowship in Visual Art. She has participated in artist residencies at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts, GLEAN, and the Arizona State University Map(ing) Project. She lives in Portland, Oregon, but grew up in Oklahoma and is a member of the Cherokee Nation.

     

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  • Colin Kippen

    Colin Kippen

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2018

     

    Colin Kippen was born in San Francisco and grew up in rural Vermont. Along with an eight-year apprenticeship to a jeweler, he holds an M.F.A. in Craft (2015) and a Post-Bacc Certificate in Metals (2006) from Oregon College of Art and Craft, and a B.A. (2004) from Carleton College. Recent exhibitions include a solo show at Duplex Gallery, Portland, Oregon, and group shows at the Portland2016 Biennial, Oregon; SOIL Gallery, Seattle, Washington; Rock Creek Helzer Gallery, Portland, Oregon; and at Western Washington University, Bellingham. Colin is on the faculty at Portland Community College and at Oregon College of Art and Craft. He lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

     

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  • Rosha Yaghmai

    Rosha Yaghmai

    Bullseye Resource Center, Los Angeles, 2018

     

    Rosha Yaghmai is a Los Angeles-based sculptor who experiments with both found and cast materials. Her practice is rooted in psychedelic concepts, exploring themes of transformation and estrangement as a way to open up the possibility of a connection to other temporalities. Yaghmai received her B.F.A. in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts, New York, in 2001, and M.F.A. from California Institute of the Arts, in 2007.

     

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  • Amanda Weil

    Amanda Weil

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2018

     

    Amanda Weil is an artist who has been working with photography and glass for over thirty years. She has specialized in the design of large-scale photographic glass installations, working with architects to transform spaces in residential and commercial locations worldwide.

     

    Weil earned a B.A. from Harvard University and spent a year as a fellow at the Independent Study Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art.

     

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  • Susan York

    Susan York

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2018

     

    Susan York earned her M.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She currently lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. York’s work can be found in numerous public and foundation collections in the U.S. and abroad, including: Brooklyn Museum, New York; The Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York; Lannan Foundation, Texas and New Mexico; Maxine & Stuart Frankel Foundation for Art, Michigan; Museum für Konkrete Kunst, Germany; New Mexico Museum of Art; The Panza Collection, Switzerland, and Sally & Wynn Kramarsky Collection, New York.

     

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  • Tomoko Abe

    Tomoko Abe

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2018

     

    Tomoko Abe graduated from the Edinburgh College of Art and obtained a B.A. (Hons) in Painting. She spent half a year at Escuela de Bellas Artes in Salamanca, Spain, on an Erasmus Mundus scholarship. She has shown her works in many exhibitions both domestically and internationally, and has received various awards, including a Helen A. Rose bequest. Abe’s works have been featured in 500 Raku, The New York Times, and Ceramics: Art and Perception. Her practice includes painting, papermaking, ceramics, glass, and mixed media installations.

     

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  • Joanne Greenbaum

    Joanne Greenbaum

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2018

     

    Joanne Greenbaum lives and works in New York City. Over the past twenty years she has participated in numerous shows in the U.S. and Europe. Most recently, Greenbaum’s solo exhibition Things We Said Today, debuted at The Tufts University Art Galleries at SMFA and traveled to Ben Maltz Gallery at the Otis College of Art and Design, where it remains on view until August 2018. Other recent solo shows include 56 HENRY, New York; Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York; VAN HORN, Dusseldorf; and Richard Telles, Los Angeles.

     

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  • Jeffrey Sarmiento

    Jeffrey Sarmiento

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2018

     

    Jeffrey Sarmiento, a Chicago native, is currently Reader in Glass at the University of Sunderland (UK), where he was awarded a Ph.D. in 2011. Educated at the Rhode Island School of Design, he has worked internationally as a Fulbright Fellow in Denmark, a Visiting Artist at UrbanGlass, and an instructor at Pilchuck Glass School. Sarmiento is known for his artwork exploring cultural identity, and his use of graphic imagery in glass.

     

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  • Rei Chikaoka

    Rei Chikaoka

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2018

     

    Rei Chikaoka has worked with glass in Tokyo, Japan for over 20 years, including masters and doctoral work at Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School. He was a 2010 finalist in Bullseye Glass Company's biennial Emerge competition and received the Emerge Kilncaster Award in 2o14.

     

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  • Ignacio Perez Meruane

    Ignacio Perez Meruane

    Bullseye Resource Center, Los Angeles, 2018

     

    Ignacio Perez Meruane was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and raised in Santiago, Chile. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles. Perez Meruane received a B.F.A. in General Sculptural Studies from the Maryland Institute College of Art, and an M.F.A. from California Institute of the Arts. His most recent body of work was shown at Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, and an artist's book of his work was published in early 2017 by Colpa Press.

     

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  • Karen Bexfield

    Karen Bexfield

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2018

     

    Karen Bexfield is an Albuquerque-based artist who creates kilnformed glass sculptures that explore the relationship between form, space, light, and shadow. Bexfield's work is exhibited in public and private collections, and has been featured in museum and gallery exhibitions across the United States. Most recently her work was selected as part of the museum show Glass for the New Millennium, showcasing the Kaplan-Ostergaard Collection at the Crocker Art Museum.

     

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  • Stephanie Lerma

    Stephanie Lerma

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2018

     

    Stephanie Lerma is a New Mexico native, with degrees from the University of New York at Albany and the École Normale de Musique de Paris. Lerma has been a papermaker for over 20 years, and paper remains a primary element in her work today. Lerma's work has been exhibited in galleries, universities, and museums throughout the United States, Japan, and Korea. She has received numerous awards and honorable mentions.

     

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  • Kelley O'Leary

    Kelley O'Leary

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2018

     

    Kelley O'Leary's work arises out of a desire to capture experience; an impulse to locate, arrange, and create a dialogue that reflects our connection to each other through place. She records and plots the movement of bodies and consciousness through time and space, to represent our layered, living landscape.

     

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  • Tamra Seal

    Tamra Seal

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2018

     

    Tamra Seal’s light-oriented installations embody a personal vision of the California myth. She is deeply influenced by cinematic and science fiction tropes. Oscillating between 2D and 3D perceptual phenomena, her work challenges the viewer to contemplate their individual sensory experience. Seal received her M.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute.

     

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  • Bryan Humphrey, Matthew Day Perez, and Martyna Szczęsna

    Bryan Humphrey, Matthew Day Perez, and Martyna Szczęsna

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2018  

     

    Bryan Humphrey, Matthew Day Perez, and Martyna Szczęsna all met at Dustin Yellin Studio where they continue to work as Production Manager, Material Specialist, and Photographer, respectively. All three have exhibited widely, nationally and internationally.

    Already accustomed to spending most of their waking hours collaborating, the three look forward to investigating recurrent themes in their own work.

  • JEFF ZIMMER

    JEFF ZIMMER

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2017

     

    Jeff originally trained in theatre in Washington, DC, before moving to Edinburgh, Scotland to obtain his Masters in glass painting. He won Second Prize in the 2014 Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass, Europe’s largest prize for artists working with glass. He was the 2014 Stephen Procter Fellow at the Australian National University and a 2016 Fellow at the Creative Glass Center of America. He continues to teach in Edinburgh, and has lead masterclasses and workshops at Pilchuck (US), North Lands Creative Glass (UK), Bild-Werk Frauenau (DE), Berlin Glas (DE), Urban Glass (US), and others.

     

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  • BEN BUSWELL

    BEN BUSWELL

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2017

     

    Ben Buswell received his MFA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and BFA from Oregon State University. Buswell is a 2015 recipient of The Hallie Ford Fellowship in Visual Arts from the Ford Family Foundation, as well as grants from the Regional Arts & Culture Council, The Oregon Arts Commission and The Ford Family Foundation. His work is included in the collection of the Portland Art Museum, among others. Buswell lives and works in Portland, Oregon.

     

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  • KATIE MILLER

    KATIE MILLER

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2017

     

    Katie Miller is a Seattle-based interdisciplinary artist focused on creating site-specific and experiential installations, often with a participatory element. Miller received her BFA in sculpture from the University of Washington and went on to study glass at Pilchuck Glass School. Later, she received her MFA in glass from Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Miller managed the glass program at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle.

     

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  • KATIE SHAPIRO

    KATIE SHAPIRO

    Bullseye Resource Center, Los Angeles, 2017  

     

    Born in 1983, Katie Shapiro received an MFA from the University of California, Irvine in 2015 and a BFA in photography from CalArts in 2007. Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at Kopeikin Gallery, ltd los angeles, Ms. Barbers, and Aperture, New York. Her work has received coverage in Artforum, the Los Angeles Times, and New York Magazine, and is housed in the permanent collection of the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens.

     

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  • ANDREA POLLI

    ANDREA POLLI

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2017  

     

    Andrea Polli is an environmental artist working at the intersection of art, science, and technology. Her interdisciplinary research has been presented as public artworks, media installations, community projects, performances, broadcasts, mobile and geolocative media, publications, and through the curation and organization of public exhibitions and events. She creates artworks designed to raise awareness of environmental issues. Polli holds an MFA in Time Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a PhD in practice-led research from the University of Plymouth, UK.

     

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  • CAMILLE UTTERBACK

    CAMILLE UTTERBACK

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2017

     

    Camille Utterback is internationally known as a pioneer in the field of digital and interactive art. Utterback's work has been featured in exhibitions at The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC; the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA; and many others. In 2009, she was awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship. In 2015, she was an artist-in-residence at Pilchuck Glass School. Utterback holds a BA in Art from Williams College, and a master's degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

     

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  • JESSICA JACKSON HUTCHINS

    JESSICA JACKSON HUTCHINS

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2017

     

    Jessica Jackson Hutchins is a Portland-based artist working across a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, and video. Hutchins' works have been exhibited widely throughout the US and abroad. Included in both the 2010 Whitney Biennial and 2013 Venice Biennale, Hutchins has also been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston; The Hepworth Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK; the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, East Lansing; and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, CT.

     

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  • JEFFREY STENBOM

    JEFFREY STENBOM

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2017

     

    Jeffrey Stenbom is a sculptor who primarily works in glass. He works and teaches throughout the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area and has taught at the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. Stenbom has received numerous awards and honors including the Silver Academic Award from Bullseye Glass Company's Emerge competition; the Dedalus Foundation Master of Fine Arts Fellowship; the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award Nominee; and was a NICHE Awards Finalist in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

     

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  • LEA ANDERSON

    LEA ANDERSON

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2017

     

    Lea Anderson received her MFA from UNM in 2006. Fluent in two and three-dimensional visual languages, she creates living, philosophical worlds that echo the formal variations seen in natural systems. These themes are explored through individual works, full-scale ambitious mixed media installations, and solo exhibitions using a wide variety of both digital and traditional media. She has exhibited throughout New Mexico and the United States, as well as internationally. Anderson recently completed a residency at the Albuquerque Museum and mounted a solo exhibition entitled "Cavern of Curiosities" at Freeform Art Space, Santa Fe, NM.

     

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  • TOM MILLER

    TOM MILLER

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2017

     

    Tom Miller is a studio artist who lives and works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Miller's current work deals with architecture as a provisional practice. His studio practice includes sculpture, painting, and video. Miller has exhibited work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, the University of Arizona Museum of Art, and the New Mexico Museum of Art. Miller exhibits with James Kelly Contemporary in Santa Fe. Miller received an MFA from the University of Arizona, and a BFA from the Columbus College of Art and Design.

     

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  • ALLISON HOLT

    ALLISON HOLT

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2017

     

    Allison Leigh Holt is a cross-disciplinary artist based in Oakland, California. Working at the intersection of sculpture, video, installation, and performance, she pursues a dialogue between divergent ways of experiencing, comprehending, and describing reality. Holt has received awards from the U.S. Department of State (Fulbright Fellowship, Indonesia), Djerassi Artist Residency Program, the San Francisco Arts Commission, the David Bermant Foundation, and many others. Holt is Vice President of San Francisco Cinematheque's Board of Directors, and is a media art mentor to neurodivergent individuals.

     

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  • MAX LUO

    MAX LUO

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2017  

     

    Born in Wuhan, China, Max Luo left her hometown when she was 14 years old and moved to the US as an adult. Each moved caused a shock as she was immersed in a new culture. These experiences shaped her understanding of the world. Most recently, this has caused Luo to question her own sense of reality. Luo is fascinated by dreams and by the relationship between dreams and perceived reality. She is currently finishing a Master of Fine Arts from The Academy of Art University.

     

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  • ANDREW ERDOS

    ANDREW ERDOS

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2017  

     

    Andrew Erdos' sculptures, videos, photography, and mixed-media installations explore themes related to time, light, and the sublime. His work investigates the complex relationship between humankind and its environment, and resonates with contemporary reflections led by philosophers and scientists to determine a new ontology in age of the Anthropocene. Erdos received a BFA from Alfred University and has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally. Erdos' work can be found in the collections of the New Britain Museum of American Art; the Toledo Museum of Art; the Chazen Museum of Art; and many others.

     

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  • MARSHA PELS

    MARSHA PELS

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2017  

     

    Marsha Pels received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Syracuse University. She has been a recipient of a NYC Public Art Fund grant, a Prix de Rome, a Fulbright Scholar grant, a Pollock-Krasner grant and a Gottlieb grant. Pels has lectured and taught widely throughout the United States and Europe, and has consistently shown and been reviewed since 1981. Her work is included in collections such as Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, New Jersey; Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin; and the private collection of Dorothy and Lewis Cullman, New York.

     

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  • SIBYLLE PERETTI

    SIBYLLE PERETTI

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2016  

     

    Sibylle Peretti is an artist living and working in New Orleans and Cologne, Germany. She grew up in an environment surrounded by traditional glass making. Peretti trained as a glass designer at the State School for Glass Making and then studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts, Cologne, Germany. Peretti is the recipient of numerous awards including grants from the Pollock Krasner Foundation and the Joan Mitchell Foundation. In 2012 she was awarded a United Artist Fellowship.  

     

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  • MEL DOUGLAS

    MEL DOUGLAS

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2016  

     

    Following study at the renowned Australian National University School of Art in Canberra, Mel Douglas has gone on to exhibit her work at galleries in Australia, the United States, Italy, and Singapore. Douglas' glass has been featured in numerous international publications and is included in permanent museum collections including the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra and the Corning Museum of Glass in New York. Her delicate, subtle work has earned Douglas many grants and awards, including the 2002 Ranamok Glass Prize.

     

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  • DEBRA BAXTER

    DEBRA BAXTER

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2016  

     

    Debra Baxter is a sculptor and jewelry designer who combines carved alabaster with crystals, minerals, metals and found objects. She received her MFA in Sculpture from Bard College in 2008 and her BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1996. She also studied at Academia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. Debra has received an Artist Trust Individual Artist Grant and three 4Culture Individual Project Grants. She was recently nominated for a Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award.

     

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  • ADRIEN SEGAL

    ADRIEN SEGAL

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2016  

     

    Adrien Segal is a sculptural data artist based in Oakland, CA. Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums, and is published in several book and academic journals, including: Boom: A Journal of California and Data Flow 2. She has been an Artist-in-Residence at Facebook, the Bunnell Street Art Center in Alaska, The Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, Oregon, and at Autodesk's Pier 9 workshop in San Francisco.

     

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  • SUSAN MARTIN

    SUSAN MARTIN

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2016  

     

    Susan Martin was born in Oakland, California. She received her MFA from the California College of Arts and Crafts in 1981. Martin has recieved numerous grants and awards, including two Pollock Krasner grants. Martin has been an Artist-in-Residence at the Lila Wallace Reader's Digest International Artists Program at Monet's Garden, Giverny, France; Bemis Foundation, Omaha, Nebraska; and Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York.

     

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  • NANCY COHEN

    NANCY COHEN

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2016  

     

    Nancy Cohen has been living and making sculpture in Jersey City, NJ for 25 years. Her most recent installation "Hackensack Dreaming" was exhibited at New Jersey City University; The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia; and Duke University, Durham, NC. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout the United States and is represented in important collections such as The Montclair Musem and the Yale University Art Gallery.

     

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  • STEVEN MILLAR

    STEVEN MILLAR

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2016  

     

    Steven Millar works in a variety of media, including sculpture, works on paper, photography, and public constructions. Millar received his MFA in painting from Washington University, St. Louis, MO and his BA in Art from Yale University, New Haven, CT. He has exhibited at Gallery Geranmayeh, Robert Henry Contemporary, IPCNY, Lehman College, Smack Mellon, and Wave Hill. He has participated in residencies at the Lower East Side Printshop and LMCC's Swingspace.

     

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  • PHILIP DENKER

    PHILIP DENKER

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2016

     

    Philip Denker was born in Kansas City in 1978. He graduated with a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2002. In 2007 Philip moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and began showing extensively throughout the valley, including multiple solo shows at Trifecta Gallery, Winchester Cultural Center, and the Las Vegas Contemporary Art Center. Philip is currently participating in the year-long Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program in New Mexico.

     

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  • MICHELLE GRABNER

    MICHELLE GRABNER

    Bullseye Studio, Portland Oregon, 2016

     

    Wisconsin-born, Michelle Grabner holds an MA in Art History and a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, and an MFA in Art Theory and Practice from Northwestern University. Michelle's practice incorporates a wide variety of media as well as writing, curating and teaching. In 2014, Michelle co-curated the Whitney Biennial and was recently selected to be the curator for the 2016 Portland Biennial.

     

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  • SUZANNE STERN

    SUZANNE STERN

    Bullseye Resource Center, Santa Fe, 2016

     

    Suzanne Stern, born in Germany, studied ancient and classical jewelry techniques at the Jewelry Arts Institute in New York and held an apprenticeship with Arno Roensch, a founding member of the American Scientific Glass Society. Suzanne's work has been included in exhibitions at the Rockwell Museum in Corning, New York, the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington, and the Glasmuseum in Ebeltoft, Denmark.

     

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  • HEATHER DEYLING

    HEATHER DEYLING

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2016

     

    Heather Deyling earned a BFA from Kent State University and an MFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Research in plant and fungal forms drives her studio practice, which includes installation, drawing and sculpture. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the United States. Currently, Deyling is a Professor of Foundation Studies in eLearning at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

     

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  • EMILY VAN ENGEL

    EMILY VAN ENGEL

    Bullseye Resource Center, Bay Area, 2016

     

    Emily Van Engel was born in 1979 in Ridgewood, New Jersey. She received a BA in Economics from Wesleyan University in 2001 and a BFA in Painting from California College of the Arts in 2012. Van Engel participated in a Powder Printing Glass Workshop with Stacy Lynn Smith at the Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area. Van Engel currently lives in Oakland, California and regularly exhibits her work throughout the Bay Area.

     

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  • NISHA BANSIL

    NISHA BANSIL

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2016

     

    Nisha Bansil received a BFA in Printmaking from the State University of New York - New Paltz in 2001. Since 2006 she has been working out of her studio in Meredith, New York, exploring patterns and forms from nature. Nisha was awarded a residency with Dan Mirer at the Corning Museum of Glass, New York where they focused on trapping geometric bubbles in glass vessels.

     

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  • NANCY BOWEN

    NANCY BOWEN

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2016

     

    Nancy Bowen is a mixed media artist known for eclectic mixtures of imagery and materials. Nancy received a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from Hunter College (CUNY). She has earned awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the New York Foundation for the Arts, The MacDowell Colony, and Yaddo. She is currently an Associate Professor of Sculpture at Purchase College, SUNY.

     

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  • Lauren Cotton

    Lauren Cotton

    Bullseye Resource Center, New York, 2015

     

    Lauren Cotton holds an MFA in Fibers and Fabric Design from Tyler School of Art and a BFA in Textile Design with a Photography Minor from Moore College of Art & Design. Cotton has had multiple solo exhibitions and has exhibited both nationally and internationally, in numerous group shows. She has been awarded several respected artist’s residencies, including but not limited to the Santa Fe Art Institute and the Vermont Studio Center. Currently she works as an independent studio artist as well as in collaboration with her partner, artist Dylan Cotton.

     

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