21st Annual Artlink Juried Exhibition

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21st Annual Juried Exhibition

ARTLINK WELCOMES YOU As an organization that honors the connection between artists, business and community we are especially excited to present the 21st Annual Artlink Juried Exhibition at FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel as part of the FOUND:RE Contemporary arts program. This annual celebration of creativity from across the state brings together an exciting selection of works that can be visiting over a four month period or viewed online. Our prestigious jury has chosen artworks that celebrate the dynamic and diverse culture of Arizona in addition to awarding significant prizes to the first, second and third prize winners. We invite you to enjoy the inspired cross-section of works that make art here in Arizona into the talk of the town. This expansive exhibition includes drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, watercolor, fiber art, video art, installation art, performance art and more! With such a wide selection of talent on display, this exhibition will give you a new level of appreciation for art from every corner of the state. After you see the show, we hope you will be inspired to start or add to your own collection, knowing that your patronage is helping to support artists at a time where it is crucial to continue to uplift the arts community that contributes to our vibrant culture.



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Juried Exhibition Partners

Artlink Board of Directors

Venue Host: FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel Catalogue Design: CLYint Printing: O’Neil Printing Arts Partner: FOUND:RE Contemporary

Rick Naimark/Chair Sally Russell/Vice Chair Hillary Foose/Secretary Brittany Butler/Treasurer Rembrandt Quiballo Dorina Bustamante Liliana Gomez Tricee Thomas R.J. Price Steve Lindley

Artlink Sustaining Partners Arizona Commission on the Arts City of Phoenix Office of Arts & Culture Downtown Phoenix Inc. Park Central Valley Metro

Artlink Staff

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Catrina Kahler/President & CEO Leslie Criger/Articipant Liaison Erik Karvonen/Communications Manager




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THE JURORS JULIE AKERLY Julie Akerly has become a leader in the Phoenix Dance Community and in 2018 she received the Mayor’s Arts Award in Dance. After graduating from Arizona State University with an MFA in Dance and Interdisciplinary Media and Performance, she made a decision to stay in Phoenix and work towards building more opportunities for artists, especially in the field of dance. She works as the Arts Engagement Specialist for the City of Tempe where she focuses on building programs with the community and artists, in addition to supporting the professional development of artists. In 2014 she co-founded [nueBOX] and is now a Permanent Artist In Residence at [nueBOX] where she creates projects with her company, JAMovement, in addition to being the Artist Support and Development Director. For more information go to jamovement.com

TIFFANY FAIRALL Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Tiffany Fairall has more than 20 years of experience in the museum field. She is currently Chief Curator for Mesa Contemporary Arts (MCA) Museum at Mesa Arts Center. Fairall started as the museum’s Associate Curator, which evolved into Curator of Exhibitions. Over the last 15 years, she has organized a variety of exhibitions that demonstrate her interest in popular culture and social commentary. Before this appointment, Fairall was the Curatorial Assistant / Assistant Registrar for the ASU Art Museum, where she implemented events and programming for the Ceramics Research Center and helped manage the museum’s collection and exhibitions. Fairall holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Art History as well as a B.F.A. in Graphic Design from Arizona State University. For more information go to mesaartscenter.com/museum



ANTOINETTE CAULEY For the past several years, Cauley has spent her time working as a full time painter in her studio in Phoenix, Arizona. Along with her unique and distinguishable paintings, Cauley is most known for her nine stories tall mural of Civil Rights activist, James Baldwin in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Cauley has won several awards for her works including being named the first place winner of the Artlink 19th Annual Juried Exhibition in 2019. Along with her awards, Cauley has been featured on various television and print publications such as PBS, JAVA Magazine and was named one of Phoenix Magazine’s “Great 48: 48 Influential people in the state of Arizona” in 2019. Cauley is now based in Germany where she is completing an artist residency with coGalleries. For more information go to antoinettecauleyart.com

MARK POMILIO Mark Pomilio’s current research has focused on creating images which embody the principles associated with geometry, fractals, cloning and single cell manipulation. These interests have led to invitations to lecture nationally on topics as diverse as art and mathematics as well as the role that the visual arts can play in understanding the social ramifications of advances in the Life Sciences. His artwork has been featured in solo museum and gallery exhibitions both nationally and internationally, including Luxehill Museum in Chengdu, China, Xu Beihong Art Academy, Renmin University of China in Beijing, the Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salapetriere in Paris, France, and Art Resources Transfer in New York City. For more information go to markpomilio.com

RAFAEL NAVARRO The innate creative abilities of Rafael Navarro emerged long before he entered high school, in his native Mexico City. The primarily self-taught artist — who draws inspiration from his rich heritage, eclectic music, Nature, personal observations, and childhood memories — has resided in Phoenix since 1989 and has assisted several artists all over the valley. His work has drawn critical acclaim from local academics and art patrons to national curators. He is adept at proposing an idea, then transforming its reality within sculpture, painting and printmaking. He is an esteemed member of the thriving Phoenix Downtown-art community and a member of the art collective at The Lodge Art Studio. He holds an Associates in Arts Degree from Phoenix College with high honors in addition to being Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, with a bachelor’s degree from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). For more information go to rafaelnavarroartes.com


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MIA B. ADAMS Fallen Pins of America (2018)

Yarn, pins, United States map and cork board 36” x 24” $2000

Mia B. Adams is a Phoenix-born, internationally exhibited artist, that currently resides in Arizona. Adams holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a focus in Intermedia from Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts. By delving into topics of race, discrimination and social hierarchies, Adams is actively exploring and challenging the interconnections between art and social justice through her studio practice. Working across various mediums, her work is a response to ongoing social and political issues, and resides as a visual timestamp of the struggles Black Indigenous People of Color continue to face in contemporary society. Adams made her international debut in September of 2020 at the Ibrida Festival of Intermedia Arts in Forlì, Italy, and most recently exhibited work in the 2020 Arizona Biennial at Tucson Museum of Art.


The Artists


Calm and Chaos (2020)

Oil and acrylic on birchwood 24” x 24” $800


Amanda Adkins is a native of Arizona and graduated from Arizona State University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art Education with a specialization in painting. Amanda has participated in solo and group exhibitions both regionally and nationally. Her love for animal folklore is reflected in her works, including her series Crow Speak, which received local and national publications from sources such as Java Magazine and The Endometriosis Foundation of America. Amanda has also completed murals and public artwork with clients such as United Healthcare, Downtown Tempe Authority and One Step Beyond. Because of her extensive art experiences Amanda was asked by KJZZ to do a storytelling event at Phoenix Art Museum that was later featured on the NPR Morning Edition. Her love for the desert has kept her in Arizona, showing her work.


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MICHAEL AFSA Sunset II (2020)

Plywood, spackle paste, orange peel texture and acrylic paint 51” x 32” 4” $3800

Michael Afsa is a Phoenix, Arizona based artist who creates three-dimensional works inspired by the architecture and interiors of the American Southwest. Michael earned his BFA from CalArts and is a Wasserman Foundation Grant Recipient. He was also recently named a “Who’s Next” leader in the arts by The Arizona Republic. His work has exhibited across the US and is in numerous private collections. He has collaborated with Google and his work is in the collections of The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, Royal Caribbean International, Ritz Carlton and others. He currently lives and works in Phoenix with his wife and two daughters.


The Artists

JARED AUBEL Day of the Dead Arizona (2019)

Acrylic, oil and spray paint on wood panel 24” x 30” $6500

Jared Aubel (b. 1980) is a contemporary painter who mixes classic painting techniques with elements of Pop Surrealism, Lowbrow and street-art. Educated at Arizona State University, Aubel graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in fine arts, with specialty in sculpture. The unique diversified course study at ASU allowed Aubel to experiment with multiple artistic mediums and techniques, leading to his skillful mash-up style of old and new, high and low. His content is usually inspired by lived experiences, night life and eccentricities of modern society. Clever jokes and visual puns are created by layering elements of nostalgic pop culture, symbolic icons of religion and war, and modern fears of the American lifestyle. Aubel has exhibited work in the gallery setting, sticker art on the street and gained an international following for his prints through his website. 2021


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LORA BARNHISER Bubbles and Flies (2020)

Watercolor, ink and pyrography on rescued wood Approx. 19” x 6” $180

Originally from wooded Ohio, Lora Barnhiser has been living in the Phoenix area for twelve years. She attended Bowling Green State University School of Art before relocating to the valley. During the day she finds herself momming to twin toddlers and also teaching art to high school students. Her experience teaching art to students in all age ranges, races and socioeconomic backgrounds has helped shape her into the artist she is today. At night, she turns into a studio owl: creating things from up-cycled wood scraps or found materials. “I try to live an eco-friendly life and enjoy maintaining that idea in my artwork.”


The Artists


20 twenty blues (2020)

Cold wax and acrylic on cradled wood 24” x 24 x 1.5” $950

Arizona artist Sara Reinstein Becker’s acrylic paintings vary in subject matter yet are consistent in her layering of colors both bold and muted. The depth of her imagery is created through the interaction between density and transparency of color. She creates the textured paintings through a lengthy process of layering acrylic paint on wood and canvas. Much of her work is abstracted from her personal environment and most often conveys a sense of joy. She brings to her paintings her life experiences as a wife, mother, yogi and graphic designer. Sara was born in Toledo, Ohio and came west to pursue art and receive her BFA from ASU. Sara has made Phoenix her home ever since.



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Echo I (2019)

Oil on found objects 14” x 66” $2200

Laura Spalding Best received her BFA in painting from Arizona State University in 2003. Since then she has been the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, has completed several public murals in downtown Phoenix, was the recipient of a 2017 Phoenix Art Museum Contemporary Forum Artist Grant and was selected to exhibit in the 2018 and 2020 Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art. Best completed an artist residency at Tempe Center for the Arts Gallery in 2019 and her Tempe Public Art installation “Rise”, a field mural comprised of more than 120 decommissioned street signs, on view from 2019 to 2021, received Best of the Valley and Best of Phoenix awards.


The Artists

BRIAN BONER Guardrail (2019)

Brian Boner was born in Rapid City, South Dakota. In 1998 he received a BA in both painting and drawing from Minnesota State University. Since 2004, Brian has exhibited his work throughout the United States. His work is included in numerous private and public collections including University of Arizona Cancer Research Center, Banner Health and a collection of over 25 custom works and two site specific mural installations for Cardon Children’s Hospital in Mesa, AZ. He has also contributed an expansive 150’ long outdoor mural to the heart of the Downtown Phoenix arts district that is dedicated to bringing awareness to the plight of the homeless and those most in need. Brian currently lives and works in Phoenix, painting and sharing his great artistic knowledge with local youth and adults.


Oil on canvas 33” x 66” (diptych) $3200


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HENRY BOSAK Tenuous Grip (2020) Acrylic 20” x 16” x1.75” $1600

Art has always been a big part of my life as far back as I can remember. The way I looks at it, I was always going to do something art related, there was no plan B. As a graphic designer, I have worked in the print industry for years. Although my graphic design work is mostly done digitally, my real love is to work with pencil and paper or paint and brush. Painting is something that I have always enjoyed doing and recently I have dedicated myself (and quite a few canvases), to strengthen my painting skills. I hope to keep painting and doing art for as long as I can pick up a pencil or brush. After all…there is no plan B!


The Artists


Allomorph (2020)

Acrylic and pigment inks 30” x 38” (33” x 43” framed) $2300


Born in Santa Monica, California 1982. Bryson Bost received guidance at the Instituto Allende in Guanajuato, Mexico. Having been featured in galleries and public spaces, Bost feels privileged that his paintings reside within homes and offices as far east as Hong Kong. As an artist, Bryson prides himself on delivering the best possible offerings to collectors, and building relationships with clients, where creation and hospitality are equally valued.


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ANTHONY J. BRAUN The Story Teller (2020) Mixed media 11”x14” $1500

Anthony J. Braun is an artist and writer from Southern Utah who transferred to Kansas City to follow a lover. His work has been showcased in coffee shops from Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Missouri and Kansas. His work has been showcased in a few smaller literary journals. When he’s not creating, Anthony spends his free time in art galleries and coffee shops.


The Artists

LEE BROWN All the Lonely People (2020)

Acrylic paint on panel 48” x 40” $2000

I am a New Englander who came to Arizona to teach at ASU. I stayed to make art and that is what I have been doing ever since. I work out of my home studio in Phoenix.



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Final Words (2020) Oil on panel 20” x 30.5” Not For Sale

Penny Cagney is an 2021 MFA Candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and also was an at-large graduate student at Arizona State University. She works in the figurative genre and in the medium of oil painting, exploring the themes of liminality, death, identity, loss, time, aging and the sublime. She is a resident of Tempe.


The Artists

DIANA CALDERON Invitation to Connect (2021)

Performance art Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours (or video) 6’ x 12’ minimum Performance time: $160

Diana Calderon was born in Chihuahua, Mexico in 1981 and is an interdisciplinary artist based in Phoenix, AZ. Raised in the borderlands of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Calderón earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Arizona State University, 2008. She also studied bookmaking & printmaking in Cortona, Italy, with the University of Georgia’s Study Abroad Program & Printmaking at the University of Dallas. Calderón exhibits artwork nationally and internationally. Calderón investigates her ancestral roots and personal migrant journey, referencing archaeological and architectural patterns, and texture while using bi-national materials to create. Her artwork is a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques such as relief printmaking, bookmaking, sculptural installation, public and performance art. In 2018, a partnership between CALA Alliance, ASU Art Museum & PAOS Gdl allowed Calderón to live, create and exhibit her artwork in the MuseoTaller José Clemente Orozco, former home and studio of the famous Mexican muralist.



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Cast, flameworked and gold leafed glass Dimensions are site specific and variable 2018-present $350-$40,000 (Based on scale of installation)

JC Squared is Jennifer Caldwell and Jason Chakravarty. Individually they are glass artists each with over 20 years working primarily in glass. Jennifer, a glass artists, has a strong lampworking background as does Jason with glass casting. In 2012, they began collaborating. Together they cast, torch, blow, print, grind, cut and blend glass. Ideas driven by traveling, seeing, touching, feeling and tasting are what they translate into notable experiences of form, texture and imagery.


The Artists

ANGEL CASTRO El Encuentro/The Encounter (2020)

Short Dance Film Duration: 4:07 min Not For Sale

Angel ‘Halo’ Castro formally started his dance training at the age of 18 at South Mountain High School and earned his BFA in Dance from Arizona State University. Angel has danced professionally with: Scorpius Dance Theatre, EPIK Dance Company, Dulce Dance Company, WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury Hip Hop Squad, NBA’s Phoenix Suns Solar Squad and HALO Movement Collective. His choreography has been performed on many stages including CONDER/dance’s Breaking Ground Festival ARTELPHX, Phoenix New Times Big Brain Awards, Phoenix ComicCon, BlkTina Dance Festival, and on multiple NBA Arena courts. Angel has choreographed and produced multiple evening length shows including “Underland: White Nightmare” (2013, 2014, 2018), “Savage Beauty” (2015, 2018),”Cell” (2017) “EXILE”( 2019), and “REST IN THE MOURNING” (2020). Angel is currently hard at work with HALO Movement Collective on “Letters to June: A Visual Poetry Book” which uses film, dance, fashion and music to explore mental health, healing and creating during the Covid-19 pandemic.



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100% Natural #9-Business as USual (2008)

Natural History (Certified) on unprimed unstretched canvas 5’ 9” x 11’ 2” $35,750

Craig Cheply is both a commercial (Artist Environs LLC) and fine artist. His contemporary realism paintings are inspired by observations of certain elements pertaining to the lighting, colors and textures of the Southwest environment and other travels. Craig’s focus on Southwestern skies, landscapes and flora captures his vision, while also addressing social, political and environmental issues related to the dramatic population growth in the region and beyond. Permanent commissioned solo mural and scenic work of his can be viewed at the Arizona Museum of Natural History, which was formally Mesa Southwest Museum. He continues to create his visual journalistic contemporary realism fine art, scenic artistry,custom murals, trompe l’oeil and faux effects for the residential, institutional and commercial environments along with having self-published limited edition prints of some of his fine art. He has been the Head Scenic Artist for the AZ Opera since May 2015.


The Artists

CHARMAGNE VASQUEZ COE Spirits in a Familiar Architecture (2020)

Mixed media on canvas 60” x 48” $3200

Charmagne Vasquez Coe is a native Arizonan artist. She earned a minor in art and a BA in elementary education at Northern Arizona University. Young foundational experiences in a family of creatives began a life of communicating and expressing in the arts. She has internationally exhibited her paintings and drawings from Los Angeles to London. Her work is found in art anthologies and magazines such as Viriditas: Anthology Celebrating the Work of Contemporary Women Artists, Phoenix Magazine, Luxe Interiors + Design and Utne Reader. She is represented by Royse Contemporary in Scottsdale, AZ. She enjoys regularly participating in her Phoenix art community and abroad. Her most recent painting direction is assemblage and abstract surrealism across many media. She relies on an intuitive, spontaneous approach to guide her in weaving together rich, textural narratives. Each painting is a meditation and response to the struggles and joys of everyday life.



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JOEL COPLIN Mad Dance (2018) Oil on linen 48” x 60” $4800

Joel Coplin studied figure and landscape painting for eight years under the renowned classical painter Frank Mason N.A. at The Art Students League of New York. Coplin has shown work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the southwest. His work has been exhibited in the Holter Museum of Art in Montana, the Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe, the Tucson Art Museum, The Phoenix Art Museum, The ASU Museum of Art as well as the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and now, at the Plotkin Museum of Judaica. His works are in the collections of The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, The ASU Art Museum and the Tucson Museum of Art. His 6 by 25 foot mural, Metroasis, was commissioned by the Phoenix Arts Commission in 1993 and depicts the history of the City of Phoenix and hangs permanently in the entry way of the Phoenix City Hall.


The Artists

BARBARA KEMP COWLIN Askew #101: Alternative Travels (2021)

Acrylic on multiple panels 96” x 96” $12,500

Barbara Kemp Cowlin is an acrylic painter who creates images of details of architectural spaces with a skewed perspective and fanciful colors. She lives in Oracle, AZ. She is a recipient of the international 2019 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Individual Artist Grant. Solo exhibits include the Eric Fischl Gallery, Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona; The Balcony at London Gold in Scottsdale, Arizona; Rancho Linda Vista Gallery, Oracle, Arizona; Powell Museum in Page, Arizona; Casa Grande Art Museum, Casa Grande, Arizona; Blue Dome Gallery, Silver City, New Mexico; Yuma Art Center, Yuma, Arizona; Agua Caliente Ranch Park Gallery in Tucson, Arizona; Willo North Gallery in Phoenix, Arizona; and the @ Central Gallery, Burton Barr Central Library, Phoenix, Arizona. In 2015 and 2016, her paintings were shown at Aqua Art in Art Basel, Miami, in the Projects Gallery Square Foot Exhibition. The Art in Embassies Program placed one of her paintings in the Bolivian Embassy.



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VICTORIA CURRENS Four years ago, I moved to Arizona from California, where I had lived for many years. This was a long-time desire and living here has exceeded my dreams. For over 30 years, I had the pleasure of owning my own interior architecture and design firm. We were listed as one of the Top 200 Firms in the USA for many years. It was a joy and creative challenge to design large scale projects, including small hotels and clubhouses. This is a special time in my life. I finally get to do what I have always wanted to do, paint! Painting is so very meaningful to me. I have always wanted to be an artist. It has been an extremely long wait, but so worth it! I attend Scottsdale Artist School and love the opportunity to work with other artists. I savor expanding my horizons and developing my skills.

Yellow Visor (2020) Pastel 23” x 16” $2500


The Artists


You Have A Great Body. May I Use It? (2020)

Mixed media on canvas 72” x 60” x 2” $8900

Born in 1971, Bill Dambrova is a native Arizonan and ASU graduate with a BA in Studio Art. Bill has shown artwork in local as well as national galleries and museums, and has created site specific works at several art environments including Burning Man, East Jesus, and Meow Wolf. His work can be found in the public collections of institutions such as The Tucson Museum of Art, The State of New Mexico, Sky Harbor Airport, DuPont, Kroger, Kemin Industries, and The Phoenix Suns Legacy Partners.



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HEIDI DAUPHIN Great Grandma’s Crazy Quilt Transformed (2020) Paper lists/notes, stitching and embroidery 65” x 60” $20,000

Heidi Dauphin is a mixed media/ceramic artist, born in 1970 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has lived in Phoenix since 2004. Heidi earned a MFA and BFA from the University of Michigan. Heidi’s art career started with teaching high school art in Michigan. She also ran two galleries as the Exhibitions Director for the New Art Center in Newton, Massachusetts. In Arizona, Heidi has primarily been working as a Public Artist in the Phoenix area. Heidi has completed many different large-scale, outdoor projects, including ones for Valley Metro Light Rail, City of Phoenix and the City of Avondale. Between public art projects, Heidi loves to dive into her studio practice. Throughout her career, she has completed three yearlong art projects (2000, 2010, 2020) that involved making art and collecting every day for a year. Heidi feels this process is essential to her art making process and fuels her creativity.


The Artists

JANET TALMADGE DAVIDS Collide-a-scope (2018)

Porcelain shards, backlit on wall shelf 6’ x 8’ x 8” $1000

Jan Talmadge Davids works in clay and mixed media to construct narratives using time, space and nostalgia articulated from her lived experience. She invites the viewer to engage in the ideas of fragility, vulnerability, transparency and how light can change the appearance of meaning to evoke thoughtful conversation that may otherwise remain cloistered. She was born in Tucson, Arizona, spending her youth in the South-Eastern part of the state. She is currently an MFA candidate at the Herberger School of Art and Design, with a concentration in ceramics, where she has found the opportunity to reconcile her past with her present that is embedded in the desert landscape.



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JORGE DE LA TORRE 100 Faces (2016)

Forton resin Approx. 24” x 24” $4000

Jorge De La Torre is a Mexican immigrant raised in southern Arizona. Although gifted with artistic talents and a deep love of creating, his practical-minded culture did not encourage the pursuit of a career in the arts. Being keenly adept at math and sciences led him to study engineering instead, thus he graduated with a BS in Computer Engineering from Arizona State University. The artist in him could not be silenced however, and after several successful years working as an engineer for a renown military industrial contractor, he decided to forego engineering altogether to chase his dream career as an artist and craftsman. Jorge spends his days sculpting and crafting fine furniture, continuing to push the boundaries between art and function.


The Artists

JEFF DEL NERO Babel 2.0 (2016-2020)

Mixed media polyptych 59” x 56” $2800

Jeff Del Nero is an artist and educator working in Phoenix for the past 25 years. His undergrad degree was in Painting and Drawing from CSU Fullerton and his MFA was in Visual Art from Azusa Pacific University. Jeff has been included in the Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art, as well as in shows in Phoenix, Los Angeles, Chicago and Frankfurt, Germany. His current paintings are of mixed media on plywood panels.



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On My Way (Self-Portrait) (2020) Oil on canvas 30” x 24” $4000

Katherine Del Rosario (b. 1996, Seattle, WA) is a Filipina American painter currently based in Tempe, Arizona. Her paintings reflect familial relationships, expectations of womanhood and her Filipino identity. She currently works as a youth visual arts instructor at the Edna Vihel Arts Center in Tempe.


The Artists

CHARITH DENSON Refugees (2018)

Growing up in a highly creative family I first began exploring through photography and storytelling. After meeting my now-husband, I began to incorporate acrylic and mixed media into my expressions as I learned from him. Together we attended an international art residency in India where my artistic works became fully formed for the first time and led me on a long term series focused on exploring identity.


Mixed media 20” x 30” $1000


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MICHAEL DENSON Self-portrait of a black artist in 2020 (2020) Mixed media on canvas 60” x 48” x 1.5” Diptych (2 separate 30” x 48” x 1.5” canvas panels) $5900

I was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan where my father was a minister and mother, an artist. As a child, I attended night classes with my mother, who decided to continue her education in art in the early ’90s. This early exposure to art naturally led to an undergrad study at the College of Santa Fe, where in 2006 I received a BA in photography. Though a photographer by trade, my true passion lies in large scale painting and mixed media. Taking the impression of abstract and often marrying it with the emotive human figure, my works are created to be “conversation pieces,” provoking many avenues of story. Continually seeking to bring the viewer into the storyline of my work, recently I began exploring installation art. With everything I create, I ask myself the question, “how do I keep the viewer looking, thinking and questioning?”


The Artists


Fibonacci Study 0718 (2020)

Photography, printed on archival fine art cotton rag paper 20” x 20” (w/matting and framing, est. 24” x 24”) $350


Miachelle DePiano was born in Denver, CO, raised in Florida and has travelled around the world due to an extensive military career. She holds a BS from ASU in technical writing and uses photography as a creative, therapeutic counterpart to her highly technical career. Formerly an event and editorial photographer and writer for several local publications, Miachelle now focuses on nature, macro photography and abstractions, in both film and digital media. Whether in color or black and white, Miachelle’s imagery is always vibrant and strong, with an emphasis on texture, lines and the play of light. The purpose of her imagery is to not only immortalize a moment so the viewer can see what she saw and how she saw it, but to impress upon the viewer the importance of every detail of the moment captured.


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CARLOS ENCINAS Fragile 2 (2019)

Acrylic on birchwood panel 42” x 32” $25,000

Carlos Encinas is a Tucson native. He is a lifelong artist who works with multiple artistic mediums. He earned education and art degrees from the University of Arizona. He worked as an educator for 30 years. He has produced a variety of public and private sculptures, art furniture, murals, a published illustrated children’s book, illustrations and paintings. He participated in multiple solo and group shows in Tucson, Phoenix, Los Angeles and other parts of the USA.


The Artists

MICHAEL FARMER The Turing Test (2020)

Mixed media on panel 48” x 48” $2000

Michael Farmer was born and raised in Tempe, Arizona. He showed an aptitude for art at an early age with a passion for drawing. Michael discovered surrealism in his youth on a trip to the National Museum of Art. He continued to pursue his love of art through school in varying forms, though his artistic development was mainly self-taught. He adapted a method of painting drawn from the surrealists’ automatic painting where he works without a preconceived composition and lets his brush and imagination have free reign over the canvas. Recently, he has gone back to school to learn traditional techniques and refine his artistic abilities. His latest series incorporates collage and ready-made items as sculptural elements. Mr. Farmer has won several jurors awards and shown at the Phoenix Art Museum. His art is held in private collections in Phoenix, New York, Connecticut and Ireland.



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EDGAR FERNANDEZ Focused Xicana (2020) Mixed media 36” x 24” $1400

Edgar 8ahau Fernandez was born in Los Angeles, California in 1990. In 2000 his family moved to Phoenix, Arizona where Edgar connected to his Xicano identity and his passion for creating modern ancestral art. It was through the process of collaborating with his community that sparked his motivation to be a full-time artist. Fernandez continued to strive towards higher education and recently completed his BFA in painting at ASU in Spring 2019. Since 2013, he has accomplished public recognition in Arizona through solo exhibitions, group shows, awards and mural projects. Currently, Fernandez works on his craft by developing bodies of work that empower the viewer through his cosmovision. Edgar’s focus is to create artwork that inspires creativity, imagination, resilience and roots within the viewer. 38

The Artists


Huitzilopochtli, Patron of the Aztec gods (2018)

Collage, acrylic, oil sticks, and spray paint on canvas with blue floating frame 60” x 81” $8000

Mexican-American Fausto Fernandez was born in El Paso, Texas, he lived in Ciudad Juarez in Chihuahua, Mexico, until age 25 and currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona. The artist has also resided in Anthony, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California.



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Water Lily (2020)

Archival pigment print 16” x 20” $2150 (edition of 10)


Jimmy Fike was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1970. Even at an early age he showed a penchant for art and a love for exploring nature. He earned a BA in Art from Auburn University and an MFA in Photography from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Currently, he lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his daughter Isobel and dogs Sallie and Scrappy, where he works as Residential Art Faculty at Estrella Mountain Community College. His photographic work on wild edible plants has been exhibited extensively across the United States, featured in the L.A. Times, Washington Post, Boston Globe and Mother Jones, and can be found in the permanent collection of the Eastman House Museum. When not teaching or making art, Jimmy enjoys camping, reading, cooking, gardening, playing guitar and visiting art museums.

The Artists

KEELY FINUCANE Keely Finucane is from Philadelphia, PA and currently resides in Phoenix, AZ. She received a BFA in painting with a concentration in glass from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Finucane specializes in oil and charcoal mediums. Finucane is an advocate for the arts, co-founder of Finucane Design Group, has been an educator for nine years in the valley and currently teaches middle school students and adults. Since moving to Arizona, Finucane has broken into the local art scene and is an active member in the growing artist community. Finucane is a member of Oil Painters of America, National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society and a member of the International Guild of Realism. She was the appointed muralist for three Valley Partnership Community Projects and received the “Healing Through Art” Award for her mural design at St. Vincent de Paul in 2017. Finucane has her work in private collections across the United States.

A Bridge Burned Beyond Repair (2020)

Oil on canvas 48” x 30” x 1.5” $1500



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JILL FRIEDBERG Population Density (2020)

Photomontage and acrylic paint with feathers, laundry lint, palm bark, seeds, stones, twigs, moss, egg shells, tar gel, wood and pencil shavings on canvas on wood panel 32” x 46” $4500

For nearly four decades following her education at Northwestern University and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Jill Friedberg has established herself as a nationally recognized visual artist whose works have been exhibited extensively in museums, galleries and universities throughout the United States. A recent piece was accepted into The Archives of American Art of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. Her work was selected for the Arizona Biennial 2018 and 2020 at The Tucson Museum of Art. In her earlier Chicago years she was a member of ARC, one of the oldest artist co-ops of its kind, which was founded during the women’s movement as an alternative to mainstream galleries. A lover of foreign cultures, Friedberg journeyed throughout the world to capture photographic memories, manipulating and integrating these images with paint and repurposed materials to create compelling narratives relating to global concerns.


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Not Long For The Fall (2019)

Oil on board 48” x 40” $6800

Slade Graves received her BA from ASU in Tempe, Arizona. She is primarily self-taught – her most valuable education has been through observation and experimentation. Slade’s art has been reviewed in Art News and shown at galleries throughout the United States (New Jersey, Texas, Alexandria VA., Buffalo, N.Y., Scottsdale, Santa Fe, Baltimore, and Naples, Florida). The work is also in collections in Iceland and Italy.



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Body Collage 2 (2020) Photographic print 35” x 33.5” x 1.5” $2300

Isabel Han, born in California but raised in New Jersey, loved being active and outdoors. After discovering her love of photography when receiving her first camera in high school, she began photographing her high school sports teams. From there, her love of sports photography grew. Isabel graduated with a Photography BFA at Arizona State University in December 2020. She worked for The State Press, ASU’s student-run newspaper, focusing on photographing sporting events. Using those images, she began “Body Collages.” After years of wrestling with the desire to incorporate sports into fine arts, Isabel learned to merge the two. Influenced by Professor Liz Cohen, Isabel aggressively cropped and reframed her images. Appropriating her own archive of sports images, she shifts the narrative of sports to that of the body. “Body Collages” showcased in “Retrospection,” her senior exhibition at ASU, “Winter Undergraduate Juried Exhibition” and is featured in “Mirabella Exhibition” this year. 44

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Complicity (2020)

Mixed media with acrylic, paper and embroidery floss 12” x 12” $200

Chelsea Hickok is the co-founder of Bad Craft Studio, a small handmade leather and lifestyle goods business here in Phoenix. She creates mixed media pieces with acrylics, embroidery floss and collage, as well as larger sculpture and installation pieces. Her art is influenced by and in response to current events, and racial and social justice issues. She is passionate about volunteering for Mass Liberation AZ, especially calling on City Council for local reform. Chelsea was born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina and lived in Georgia and Alabama before moving out to Arizona seven years ago to get her MFA in Creative Writing at ASU. Though writing was her first call to artistic expression, she always had an interest in visual arts and art history with a special love for color theory.



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DANIEL HOGLUND Should We Leave? (2020) Acrylic on canvas 20” x 24” x 1.5” $480

Daniel Hoglund grew up in Minnesota where he studied art and design at the University of Minnesota, Dunwoody College and Century College. He currently resides and paints in Scottsdale, Arizona. Being a lifelong artist, Daniel incorporates graphite and acrylics on canvas to inspire rustic, minimalistic and simple visions of the environment around us. His passion for painting the colorful and exciting surroundings provide a mix of paintings for all to enjoy.


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ROBERT JACKSON Jubilant (2020)

Oil painting on canvas board 18” x 24” $1600

Born August 29, 1976, in Robinsdale, Minnesota, Robert is the youngest of six children. Robert attended and graduated from the Minnesota Center for Arts Education High School (now Perpich Center for Arts Education). Robert’s education and experience at PCAE enhanced his knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts. It increased his exposure to a variety of art works from various cultures and opened up opportunities for him to exhibit his work. Upon graduation, Robert was blessed with the opportunity to work with several mentors who supported his talents. Robert attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota, and later received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 2005 from Prescott College. He continues to display his art throughout the States, locally in Arizona and online at fineartbyrobertjackson.com. Currently, Robert resides in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife and four children.



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TERESSA LYNN JACKSON Quarantine Queen (2020)

Watercolor on aquaboard 16 by 12 inches (17.25x13.25” framed) $675

Teressa Lynn Jackson was born in Enid, Oklahoma, and grew up in New Albany, Indiana, a suburb of Louisville, Kentucky. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in studio art from Bellarmine University in 1998 and spent the following summer studying Byzantine mosaics and frescoes in Italy with the State University of New York. Teressa spent nearly twenty years working in the Louisville nonprofit sector, with the majority of her creative energy directed toward the organizations whose missions she was dedicated to advancing. In 2016, Teressa undertook a major life change and spent a year traveling and renewing her lifelong need to create. During this time, she produced over 100 paintings and sold almost all of them. After this journey, Teressa and her husband chose to make their new home in Arizona. She continues to work as a full-time painter and part-time marketing and fundraising consultant, while living in central Phoenix.


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Christopher Jagmin studied graphic design and printmaking at the School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. Currently his work is exhibited at Lisa Sette Gallery in Phoenix, AZ, + The Tucson Museum of Art for Arizona’s Biennial (third time). This fall, Christopher produced an on-site audio work at SMoCA. In the summer he was selected for a seven-week residency with The Chautauqua School of Art. In 2019, he attended a one-month residency at The Studios at MASS MoCA, + in 2017 he was selected for an eight-week, Public Art Residency in Scottsdale, working with that community. He is a recipient of a 2017 Contemporary Forum Artist Grant, a 2018 Arizona Commission grant, + has exhibited at the Phoenix Art Museum. In 2021, he is exhibiting work with artists, Ann Morton + Safwat Saleem at the Modified Arts Gallery, and is working with Tempe Public Art on designs for three City Parks.

Micron pen on paper 29” x 42” (framed) $3800



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Take Me Away/ Bethany Home Rd & Black Canyon Highway (2020) Oil on canvas 36””x 24” $700

Armida Kielty is an oil painter with her Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting from Arizona State University. Currently based in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, this city’s iconic sunrises and sunsets inspire the bright, vivid colors of her paintings. Armida specializes in unique cityscape/cloudscape combinations of local urban locations with a focus on the common comfort of car travel. She captures the cathartic feeling of learning to find the comfort in her own ‘backyard’ while also secretly battling the longing of wanderlust. With each new piece Armida creates, she studies and interprets the positive purpose of urban desert living.


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Henceforward (2020)

Cast plaster Appox. 6” high, but length and width vary $2000

Min Kyu Kim is from South Korea and is a Master’s of Fine Art student at Arizona State University. Kim is majoring in Sculpture, especially in metal casting and woodworking.



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SUZANNE KLOTZ Resting Spot (2020) Pastel and beading 25” x 49” $1850

Suzanne Klotz instituted multi-cultural art programs and exhibitions in South Australia, West Africa, Mexico, Taiwan, Palestine, Jordan and the United States. Klotz’s awards include a 2014 Middle East Binational Fulbright Scholar Award in Amman, Jordan. Her grants include the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Puffin Foundation, Change Inc, 3 New York Artists’ Fellowships, Capelli d’Angeli Foundation, 2 National Endowment for the Arts Craftsman Fellowships, National Endowment for the Arts Dance and Performance Fellowship, Arizona Artists’ 3-D Fellowship, Arizona Governor’s Award “Women Who Create and Educate,” Arizona Governor’s City Improvement Award for a public park sculpture and Texas Tech University’s Most Distinguished 2-D Graduate Alumni Award. Klotz holds a BFA Degree from the Kansas City Art Institute, an MFA Degree from Texas Tech University and a Secondary Teaching Certification from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. Her academic appointments as an Associate Professor of Fine Art have included universities in Arizona, California, Texas, Utah and South Australia.


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LADY CARESS We Be (Lady Caress and Epik Dance Company) (2020)

Written by Lady Caress Duration: 2:37 Price: The recognition and display of minority contributions to the Arts is free to share as we recognize the significant cultural and social benefits that stem from spotlighting hidden histories.

Nationally recognized performance artist, Lady Caress has dedicated her life to the art of communication as both a poet and public speaker. With a Master of Fine Arts in Performance from Arizona State University, she has designed and executed public speaking and performance workshops across the country. Featured on PBS and NPR, Lady Caress crafts her message of empowerment, social justice and cultural awareness through compelling live performance and video. Having toured over 150 colleges and universities with her solo show, she was awarded the 2017 Campus Activities Spoken Word Artist of the Year. Her unique set of comedy, music, beatboxing and theatrics has led to commissioned work for the National Multicultural Women’s Conference, The Blaque Resource Network, YMCA and several other national youth programming organizations. Seen on BET at the 365 Black Awards and Season 4 of Verses and Flow on TvOne, Lady Caress is truly a dynamic performer. EPIK Dance Company (est. 2007) is Phoenix-based, non-profit group of artists who combine street and concert dance with hip hop theatre, poetry, and music to tell stories and spread a message.



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ARYANA B. LONDIR Living Life (2019) Fiber (cotton) 37” x 24” x .5” $2100

Growing up in a rural area of Connecticut, I felt solace in the natural environs of wooded areas, observing how things grew, changed and evolved; how brilliantly the sun shone, how lucid the colors of nature are, and how rapidly a day was able to evolve from dry to wet, grey to bright sky. My childhood travels to New York City with family exposed me to a different world of geometric shapes in the massive buildings of the city skyline; in the space of my imagination I combine the two contrasting ideologies. I express the distinction between organic and industrial by the vivid use of color and texture. Line and color are the main design elements utilized to construct my imagery. I work in the abstract by choice, allowing the viewer to evoke their own personal experiences and emotions.


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JOSH LOUCHHEIM A Child in Awe (Return of the Return of the Long Billed Nort) (2020)

Oil on panel 48” x 36” x 1” $6000

I was born in Granite City, Illinois on August 19, 1982. A couple years later my family packed our lives into an RV and drove out to Arizona where I have lived for the majority of my life. I graduated from Arcadia high School in 2001. Shorty after graduating I ventured out to California where I gypsied around for a couple years before deciding to head back to the desert. Once back in Arizona I made the decision to dedicate my life to art and I began to put together a band, learning how to sing and blending my words with music. We performed our original songs in venues throughout the valley for a couple years but later disbanded. And that is when I decided to try my hand at painting. I have continued to paint for the past 10 years.



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VIVIENNE LUX Soar Skybound (2018)

Colored pencil, acrylic, Swarovski crystals and OEM pigment inks on archival grade, poly-cotton blend canvas 40” x 40” $4500

My work is all about words. I’ve been fascinated with lettering and words since I was a child and believe that words hold power. My abstract lettering works of interlaced words, textures and swirls are created with colored pencil on black paper. The pieces are hypnotic word-searches that vibrate with raw emotion and an almost musical rhythm. I prefer working in my outdoor studio during the Arizona summers which allows the pencils to gently soften and the words to flow through me, possibly from the delirium of the intense desert heat. The works are then printed on canvas where I paint an additional design in glow-in-the-dark acrylic over the work and embellish the piece with diamond dust and Swarovski crystals, or onto fabric to create custom fashion designs that have been worn to events such as the Grammy Awards.


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AMY SANSBURY MANNING Surface Studies (2020)

Clay, slip, glaze, underglaze, metal oxides and ceramic stains 150 handmade tiles, each 4” x 4” x ¾” $5000

Amy Sansbury Manning lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona. She exhibits her work locally, regionally and nationally. Past projects include cardboard machinery, mixed-media textiles and a public art installation for the City of Scottsdale. In 2017, she received an Eric Fischl Vanguard award. Her most recent works are primarily ceramics. She is an Artlink Articipant and has been a member of the Eye Lounge collective since 2019. Her work is in the collection of the Maricopa Community Colleges.



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KRIS MANZANARES The Unbearable Lightness of Guide Dogs (2017) Oil on panel 42” x 36” $2560

Born and raised in the city woods of Maryland, Kris moved to Phoenix after graduating from the University of MD and began her career in Graphic Design. After several years designing, she returned to school to study sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art, where she also gave birth to a daughter. Kris returned to Phoenix and continued to cast metal in her foundry. However, this became untenable with a little one, and she shifted to painting as a way to process the mounting chaos (twins) and the upheaval of identity surrounding motherhood. She experimented sculpturally with materials found in her home and produced a solo show where she adapted these materials as a means to live harmoniously with her environment. Her paintings blur the boundaries between portraiture and narrative, where she addresses social issues, family and the environment. 58

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KATHRYN MAXWELL Lunar Tides (2018)

Relief, pigment digital print, duralar, graphite and cold wax 20.5” x 36” $1900

M. Forster wrote, “only connect,” a quotation that Kathryn Maxwell takes to heart in her artwork exploring the many forms of human connections to each other and the universe. Images from nature and the iconography of science and spirituality combine in mixed media works, prints and installations that have been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues such as the China Academy of Art, Hangzhou; Dundee (Scotland) Contemporary Arts; Detroit Institute of Arts; and the Denver Art Museum. An avid traveler who has been profoundly influenced by her journeys, Maxwell seeks opportunities to travel and has been awarded artist residencies in China, Belgium, Greece, Scotland and the U.S. Originally from Illinois, Maxwell resides in Tempe, Arizona.



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I Can’t Breathe (2020)

Paper raffle tickets, acrylic backing and acrylic paint 36” x 72” $5000

Rocco P. Menaguale is an Arizona based Artist living and working in Phoenix, Arizona, where he works as a multifaceted creative as a Contemporary Artist, licensed Arizona Architect and interior designer. Rocco is a formally taught and self-taught artist, and his innate artistic ability and passion has guided all of his creative work and remains central to his life. Rocco holds a Master’s degree in architecture from Arizona State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from State University of New York at Buffalo. Throughout his education and career artistic expression has been the primary focus. Rocco has participated in more than 20 solo and group exhibitions in Arizona and outside of Arizona he has had a solo exhibition at Art Basel in Miami and also sells his work throughout the country. Rocco’s experience includes large public works and work that is sold to private collectors.


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ABBEY MESSMER Navigating the Contours of Cool and Warm (2020)

Gouache and acrylic on canvas 48” x 64” $3200

Abbey Messmer was born in Dallas, Texas, but currently lives and works in Phoenix, Arizona, as a fine artist and also as the Programming Director at the non-profit Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Her work at the non-profit is carefully balanced with her practice in the painting studio. Messmer and other local artists run a work space/exhibition space out of a historic building on Grand Ave in downtown Phoenix called The Lodge. Messmer has exhibited work at Phoenix Art Museum, Mesa Arts Center, Herberger Theater Center, Shemer Art Center, Estrella Mountain Community College, MonOrchid, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Museum and participated in a project called Art360 with the Arizona Science Center where her work was animated and projected on the dome of the Dorrance Planetarium. Messmer was a member of Phoenix art collective Eye Lounge from 2012-2015 and was a Contemporary Forum Arts Grant recipient in 2015.



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MARY MEYER Forms of Life (Echinodermata)


Black clay, graphite, gold pigment and pins Clay forms (dimensions vary) Panel 24” x 14” x 2” $2000


Mary Meyer creates mixed media works that investigate how the human form impacts, and is mirrored within, the natural world. Her practice is driven by an interest in ecology, biodiversity and the intuitive study of form. She is strongly influenced by a background in traditional stone carving, and uses meditative processes and materials to explore stillness, connection and the physicality that is slowly diminishing from daily life. Meyer exhibits her work regionally and nationally, and received the Pat Mutterer Award at the 2020 Arizona Biennial. She holds a BFA in sculpture from Arizona State University and an MFA from the University of Arizona, where she received the MFA Fellowship. Meyer has served as a Faculty Associate at ASU and Scottsdale Community College, and is a recipient of Phoenix Art Museum Contemporary Forum Artists Grant. Her work is represented in public and private collections nationally and internationally.

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JAMILLA NAJI Rumspringa (2020)

My compositions are free of academic techniques and guidelines as I paint using my own personal approach. The work that I present offers my audiences a rich visual dichotomy. In a single painting I illustrate emotional turmoil while also incorporating peaceful elements of nature. Using a vibrant color palette, I render images with thought provoking symbolism for the viewer’s personal interpretation.


Oil on canvas 52” x 68“ $7200


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Arcadia (2019)

Acrylic on panel 78” x 96” $17,500

John Randall Nelson lives and works in Tempe. An MFA graduate of Arizona State University’s Herberger School of Fine Arts, his folk art inspired works have been exhibited nationally. Nelson has completed commissions for clients as diverse as the National Endowment for the Arts, the US Postal Service and the BIO5 Institute at the UA Tucson. “Over the years I’ve heard Nelson’s work described as Outsider Art, Pop and Primitive. Maybe it’s all of the above. What I do know is John has perfected the combination of playful and poignant. Using a diverse mix of materials in both painting and sculpture, he’s developed a unique language over the years with the use of societal, political anecdotes and familiar cultural icons. Nelson has created a landscape all his own, both introspective and whimsical, much appreciated qualities, in this ever-changing moment in time.” Covington Jordan, Director, Gebert Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM.


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MARNELLE NORTH A Bit Crowded (2019)

Acrylic on canvas 48” x 48” $2000

Growing up in Texas, Marnelle studied at the University of Texas at Austin earning a BFA degree. She continued her education at the Art League and Glassell School of Art in Houston. Over the years, Marnelle has studied under several notable artists and is a member of the Arizona Artists Guild and Artlink, and has works in private collections around the country and abroad. Living and working in Phoenix for the past 24 years, Marnelle maintains strong ties with Texas and Arizona. She is influenced by the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Country as well as the rugged, arid landscape of the low desert of Arizona. Inspiration from her travels frequently show up in her work. Her fondness of animals is often reflected in her artwork because animals are inherently woven into our lives on this earth and we are inextricably bound together.



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ELISSA NOWACKI Slightly Agitated (2020) Acrylic on canvas 48” x 48” $6200

Artist Elissa Nowacki enjoys adolescent humor, paranormal romance, 80’s punk rock and commandeering her family’s kitchen to paint. When she isn’t acting as Assistant Principal for a K-8 school in Phoenix, you can likely find her in tacky pajamas, using art as meditation from the stressors of adulting. Her formal art education is practically nonexistent. In the early 90s, as a pre-architecture student, she took freehand perspective and water color classes at Arizona State University. Then, in the spring of 2004, she and her exceptionally tolerant husband enrolled in an evening painting class, at Phoenix College, which they fondly refer to as “marriage counseling.” Elissa’s family is checkered with eccentric artist types, her mother for one, who she credits most of her artistic education to. Elissa is inspired by flowers, skulls, family pets and eye-catching patterns. Elissa finds joy in bold colors, tight line patterns and thick paint.


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SADERA NYE Sunday Afternoon (2016)

Digital print with matte finish 24” x 36” $285

I am a talented, ambitious and hardworking individual with broad skills and experience in Graphic Design, Photography, and Marketing. With extensive knowledge in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Bridge, After Effects, Dimensions and Lightroom, I specialize in developing creative solutions for unique problems. Born in Seattle, Washington, I currently reside in Phoenix, Arizona, and I enjoy hockey, roller skating, design and my six younger brothers.



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DANIEL PRENDERGAST Many Hands (Make Light Work) (2019)

Dye sublimation print on aluminum substrate 21” x 21” $660

Daniel Prendergast pursues his interest in the mysteries of time and change through his photographs, drawings and paintings. He has worked as a graphic designer, a museum educator and a K-8 art teacher, all of which have impacted his practice. Prendergast obsesses over the changing light from his home studio in Phoenix.


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Longing (2019)

Gustavo Ramos is a Brazilian-born artist who moved to Arizona at the age of 15. The change was startling for the teenager, who didn’t know any English at the time. “I had to depend a lot on observing body language when trying to communicate” Ramos recalls now, a decade later. It proved to be a seminal time for the budding artist, whose careful observations of people’s expressions, gesticulations and postures motivated him to depict the figure in pencil. “It gave me an edge in capturing those subtle bodily gestures that tell a story,” he says. Ramos’ recent paintings explore storytelling techniques that convey more than just someone’s likeness. For guidance, he often studies Rembrandt’s evocative portraits. “Rembrandt created the sense of a real person who had real experiences,” says Ramos. “That’s something I try to do with my work.”


Oil on panel 18” x 24” $2900


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PAULINA RAMOS Alchemy (2020)

Oil on canvas 27.5” x 27.5” x 27.5” $900

I am always motivated to create portraits, figures, still lives, cast drawings and paintings. I often find myself fascinated with traditional works of art which has led me to learn more traditional techniques. Although my work is influenced by traditional art, I also incorporate my own style. I find myself comfortable using oil paints and charcoal which are ideal mediums for my subjects. I have been interested in painting and drawing since I was a child. Following my passion, I started to research materials and began to learn by myself through experience. After high school I moved to Phoenix, Arizona, to follow my art studies at Arizona State University where I learned many helpful techniques. After graduating from ASU I decided to continue my art career in Florence, Italy where I learned more traditional methods. At the moment, I make collections of paintings and I make commissions for clients.


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EMILY E. RITTER Attempted Tomato (2020) Emily Ritter is an anthropocene artist originally from Wichita, Kansas, and now resides in Mesa, Arizona. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art with an emphasis in Printmaking from Wichita State University in 2012. After graduating, Ritter was an Intern-in-Residence at Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, New York in 2014. She received her Master’s of Fine Arts in Studio Art from Arizona State University in 2018. Ritter explores the consequences of human irresponsibility and how we affect different species and environments. Her goal is to initiate a conversation about the ecological issues that affect our planet and encourage the viewer to think about their actions and role. She has exhibited her work locally and nationally. 2021

Screenprint 18” x 14” NFS


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Arc (2019)

Fired clay Size variable (approx. 12” x 150” x 64”) $12,500

Patricia Sannit was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She has a BA in Art History, Norwegian, and Fine Art from the University of Minnesota. She also has an MFA with High Distinction, from California College of Art. Patricia has work in many collections. Awards include the Scult Contemporary Forum Artist Award, the Arizona Art Commission award, and an INFLUX grant. She has had residencies at the Archie Bray, Centre Céramique La Borne and the Belger Crane Yard. Solo exhibits include: Phoenix Art Museum, Mulvane Museum in Topeka, Kansas, and ASU Art Museum. Panels include: Artist as Time Traveler, Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies, sponsored by International Arts and Artists; University of Arizona, “Spolia: Art and Archeology at the Dance” for the Archeology Institute of America; “Art in Public”, Kansas Artist Craftsmen Association Conference. During the COVID pandemic, Patricia organized the outdoor, city-wide exhibitions, Roadside Attraction, providing opportunities for over 50 artists to exhibit their work and engage the public in a safe manner.


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LACEY SHELTON Taylor Trike (2019)

Oil on canvas 40” x 40” x 1.5” $5600

Lacey has been painting since she was a child, and her passion led her to study fine art at Grand Canyon University where she received her art degree with honors. She shows her work throughout the southwest, and has notable collections spanning New York to London. Lacey has sold her work through Overstock.com, Better Homes & Gardens. com, as well as to PGA Golf Professionals. She has prints & originals for sale through her site www.laceyshelton.com.



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KATHARINE LEIGH SIMPSON Healing the Deep (2020)

Performance art Dimensions variable Duration will be an unfixed moment of time no less then an hour. The Healing Tapestry will be availble at the end of the exhibition. $1200

Katharine Leigh Simpson is a multidisciplinary artist, who’s work expresses the delicate beauty of impermanence. She attended the Katherine K. Herberger College of Fine Arts graduating with a BFA in Painting in 2005. In 2010, Simpson began exploring the fleeting moment through performance art. Over time, becoming known for her unique costuming and performance style, employing elements of change to express how transformation is embodied in all her art.


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SNOOD CITY Shibarushi (2020)

Glass, steel and LED 4’ x 6’ x 2’ $25,000

Michelle Meyer - Founder and Head Snood In Charge of Snood City. She draws inspiration from the natural wonders of the world and creates pieces that keep curiosity alive through the observer’s unique interactivity with her work. Mikey Butzine - Is a 4th Generation Phoenician who has been creating as a glass artist for almost 10 years. His interest in glass is fueled by its uniqueness. It is like no other material, and wields a sense of beauty and danger around every corner. Cody See Hunt - An immersive design artist with a background in theatre and focus on light and interactivity. His mission is to create detailed worlds by fusing storytelling with special effects, creating a harmonious user experience.



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GEORGE STRASBURGER The Envelope (2019) Oil on linen 42” x 60” $7200

George Strasburger was born and raised in a working class neighborhood in Scranton, PA. His first artistic influences were the murals in the Catholic Church he attended as a child, admiring and studying the stories and anatomy. Strasburger has a classical approach. His large-scale oil paintings begin with drawings, which make visual for him the finished work in his mind’s eye. His thoughtful compositions, and a combination of loose and tight brushwork serve the scenarios he creates. Strasburger’s paintings are his “take” on the human condition, focusing on the common and the good. His characters often perform tasks or engage in activities that to him depict an act or a need that is elemental. He values beauty and he reveals existential truth. He currently lives and paints full time in Tucson AZ.


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MARILYN SZABO X’s and O’s: Dreamtime (2015)

Archival photograph on paper 14 x 44” plus frame $1500

Marilyn Szabo has been capturing striking imagery fueled by her love of history and photography. Her photography explores diverse subjects including architecture, landscape and people creating stunning and intimate works. Her work has been published in Triumph of Our Communities, Black and White Magazine and Sun Magazine. Her work can be found in public and private collections, receiving the Alligator Juniper’s 2010 National Photography Award. She has received five arts commission awards. In 2003 she curated At Work in the Arizona Collection. The collections consists of 375 black and white images depicting the economic history of Arizona. In 2014, At Work in Arizona: The First 100 Years, featuring 80 of Szabo’s photographs was published. In 2018, Life & Death: Portraits was exhibited at the Mesa Art Center. In 2019 the Maria Callas Series was exhibited at Gallery 119 in Los Angeles, as well as The Analog Portrait exhibit at the Lucie Foundation.



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WILLIAM TOUHEY The Longing to Finish Each Other’s Sentences Across an Impossible Gulf (2020) Urethane paint and resin 24” x 10” x 8” $1800

William Touhey is a sculptor working out of Tucson, AZ. Originally from Virginia, he has a diverse background with immediate family from Mexico, Germany and the American South, materializing in his work as a predilection towards global themes and values. He received his BFA in traditional figurative sculpture and drawing at the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, CT, and has since developed his technical capacity as a studio artist for a number of local art fabrication companies. This experience has been instrumental in his own studio practice, a combination of traditional figure modeling with digital sculpting, 3d printing and a diverse array of materials and fabrication methods.


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1000 polished bronze skulls and gloss powdered coated steel 56” x 36” x 2” (ed. #1/4) $40,000

John Tuomisto-Bell graduated from Arizona State University and received a B.F.A. in sculpture with a minor in art foundry in May 1991 and was on the Dean’s Honor List. He recieved an MFA at Arizona State University in 2017 and graduated magna cum laude. His work has been featured in the Arizona Biennial in 2018, at the Tucson Museum of Art. His work has also been featured in “We the People” at Mesa Contemporary Arts Center in 2018, the TCA Biennial in 2014, the Tempe Center for the Arts in “Faces” in 2009, in the Southwest Biennial at the Albuquerque Museum in 2008, in “neither MAN nor BEAST” at Mesa Contemporary Arts Center in 2006 and “Paint on Metal” at the Tucson Museum of Art in 2005. He has received awards and commissions from the Helios Foundation Headquarters in 2019, the Knowledge Mobilization Impact Award, “1000 Crane Project” at Arizona State University Graduate College, the ASU Travel Grant in 2016, the Herberger Institute of Design Research Grant in 2016, a City of Tempe Public Arts Commission in 2016, the Marina Heights Waterfront Project, as well as being an InFlux grant recipient in 2014-15 from the Scottsdale Cultural Council in addition to earning the Phoenix Art Museum Contemporary Forum Artist Grant in 2011. 2021


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FRED ULLRICH 7 Hours of Alpine, AZ (From the Looking North All Night Long Series) (2020) Silver gelatin print 18” x 12.5” (Framed and matted, 20” x 24”) $550

Fred Ullrich studied photography at University of Wisconsin, Whitewater and at Arizona State University. He holds a Master’s degree in Education from Northern Illinois University. Fred worked for nearly three decades at Fermilab, a world renown particle physics research laboratory where he served as Manager of Media Services documenting basic research of 1600 physicists and 600 engineers. During this time Fred honed his skills photographing some of the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments. Fred has been published in Europe and throughout the US, and continues to make black and white images that are exhibited and sold to fine art collectors throughout the US. In 2013, Fred moved from the Chicago area to downtown Phoenix, where he has established his fine art photographic practice.


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Un-Refined (2020)

Cast orange concrete, grown MAP crystals and steel 27” x 23” x 14” (Steel plate 30” x 30”) $3500

Zach Valent received an MFA in studio arts from Arizona State University in 2017, and a BFA in Sculpture from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, in 2014. His work has been exhibited and collected nationally and internationally. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Nathan Cummings Travel Fellowship, the Rickert Ziebold Trust Award and a Windgate Charitable Foundation for the Arts Award. Currently, Valent is a professional artist living in the Phoenix Metropolitan area. In 2019 Valent cofounded Lot 14, a collective arts studio located in Tempe, Arizona. At Lot 14, Valent can be found making a variety of unique artworks that include both personal and commission-based projects. He is a faculty associate at Phoenix College and Arizona State University, where he teaches beginning through advanced sculpture. When not focusing on art-related endeavors, Valent chooses to spend his free time exploring new and unfamiliar places.



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Megan is a Phoenix based art teacher and visual artist. She studied ceramics, photography and education at ASU, and currently teaches full time. Megan’s works are created using oils with traditional techniques. She has recently began experimenting with different underpainting methods. Megan is inspired by the human experience, psychology and how reality is impacted by emotional expression. Girl in Tray (2020) Oil on canvas 18” x 36” $800


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CHRIS VENA Self Portrait by Binge Light (2020)

Oil on canvas 8” x 10” $300

Chris Vena is a painter, photographer, videographer and writer with an exhibition record spanning 25 years, 6 states and 4 countries. He received a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2003 and an MFA from Arizona State University 2017, having studied painting and drawing at The École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts in Paris, France, on exchange in 2001. He has taught at NAU, ASU and various community colleges in the Maricopa Valley since 2014. He currently resides in Tempe, Arizona.



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Charcoal and colored pencil 11.7” x 16.5” $2700

Shoreigh Williams is known in Phoenix Arizona for her diverse styles in various mediums. Using mostly charcoal and acrylic she is able to share her truth in uneasy times through an elegantly morphed, dream like style. Her works displays broad instances of emotional disturbance. She has previously stated “When in doubt, draw it out.” The experimentation with the scribble texture has bled its way into her permanent style. Her liberal view on the aspects of self has reached a number of peers. Her influences include her mother Cassandra Hansen, her mentor Antoinette Cauley, Travis Rice and Ivan Lopez. Her groovy new school stripes take a heavy influence from the 2002 film, “The Cat in the Hat”. She is currently finishing up her tattoo apprenticeship with Fifth Finger Studio.


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The Dutchman’s Chair (2018)

Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas 24” x 36” $6500

Larry Willis is an artist living in Chandler, Arizona, whose work spans nearly three decades. After performing in rock bands for a time with musicians, he would go on to play with Michael Jackson and Kinks drummer Mick Avory, before he turned his artistic endeavors to painting. He attended art classes at Phoenix College in 1967-68 and studied paintings in Europe but is basically self-taught. He was part of the seminal contemporary art scene of Phoenix in the early 1980’s. Besides having had over twelve solo shows in Arizona, he has had work exhibited at dozens of galleries, art centers and museums from California to Maine and in collaboration with French artist Gregory Charneau (Gregos) in Paris. He was three times selected to show at the Southwestern Invitational Exhibition and twice for The Arizona Biennial at the Tucson Museum of Art. He was recently included at the Mesa Contemporary Art Museum. 2021


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Corazon (2020)

Ceramic, underglaze and low fire glaze 9” x 5.75” x 3.75” $775

Danielle Wood received her MFA from New Mexico State University in 2012 and her BFA from Arizona State University in 2006. Wood completed a residency at Anderson Ranch Art Center in 2014 and Red Lodge Clay Center in 2019. Her work has been on display in the ASU Ceramic Studio Tour from 2015-Present, included in Local Light by Scottsdale Public Art and displayed in the Water=Life project by Mesa Arts Center, Spark! Her work has also been included in Mesa’s Festival of Creativity, the 37th Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition at the Mesa Art Center, INFLUX Cycle 6 and Artlink’s 18th and 19th Annual Juried Exhibitions. She has a permanent installation on display at Illuminate Apartments funded by the Baron Purchase award. Wood has also created public artwork for Local Light by Scottsdale Public Art in fall 2018. Danielle exhibits locally, regionally, nationally and currently has work in the permanent collection at New Mexico State University Art Museum and San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. 86

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Stars over Dunedin (2020)

Archival digital print on metal 30” x 20” $1500

Reid Woodward is an Arizona native who developed a passion for photography at an early age. He received his first camera when he was six years old and has loved capturing images ever since. He has been featured in local art and photography shows with the Phoenix Art Museum’s InFocus Photography Group, Art Intersection, The Arizona Photography Alliance, The Shemer Art Center and The FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel. “I love being out in nature, capturing the beauty that I see around me. It goes deep into my soul and I am truly happiest when I am out embracing the sounds, smells and the visual beauty of the landscapes that I shoot. Although I gravitate towards landscape photography, I also enjoy more creative photographic shoots. Exploring the creative aspects of photography is a particularly appealing challenge to me that I love to use as an avenue to push myself and continue to learn.” 2021


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JOHN DAVID YANKE Pitch and Tone in Red (2020)

Coil springs, spiral wire and spray paint 36” x 38” x 12” $800

John David Yanke works with common, engineered products such as mattress springs and plywood. His main study is how color and shadow can reveal, conceal and accentuate form. His pieces are the beauty of force and order coerced into a kind of splendor, subdued by color ameliorating the violence in the making. As a part of his investigations, he has worked back into his original love of oil painting creating paintings on canvas, wood and glass depicting the shadows his sculptures produce – “I want to show everyone the allure I perceive in shadows.” John designed seats and saddlebags for Harley-Davidson Motorcycles in the 1990s, operated a mural and faux painting business and remodeled homes in the early 2000s. Currently, he teaches drawing and painting and holds a Master’s degree in guidance counseling from Ottawa University, and an MFA in visual art from Azusa Pacific University.


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YBTHEARTTRAPPER Hi, I’m Susie (2019)

Acrylic painting 36” x 36” $3000

YBtheArtTrapper is self-taught visual artist from Columbus, Ohio, who has been residing as a local Arizonan for last 3 years. Through all the difficulties of learning on his own, he’s hoping to blend the most nostalgic creations with the realities of today, ultimately creating paintings for every generation to enjoy. The work of YBtheARTTRAPPER has been showcased in over 40 local exhibitions as well as across the nation including GA, NC, CA and others. His exhibitions over the last 6 years are filled with the hopes of expanding his creative network.



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BOBBY ZOKAITES Madder I & II (2020)

Custom steel loom and paracord Madder I: 22.5” x 6” x 6” Madder II: 22” x 6” x 6” $4800 for the pair (can be sold separate, $2400/ea.)

Bobby Zokaites is a U.S. based sculptor skilled in a variety of materials with a wealth of experience producing large scale works for private and public spaces. His industrious work ethic and urban design sense enable him to create distinctive works of art that foster new and dynamic relationships between community, site, history and the natural environment. Blurring the line between fine art, public sculpture, and collaborative practices, his work engages diverse audiences, humanizes public spaces and often encourages participation with larger-thanlife-sized artwork. Zokaites earned his BFA in Fine Art at Alfred University, NY (2008) and his MFA in Sculpture at Arizona State University, AZ (2014). He recently completed two permanent municipal infrastructure projects in Arizona. It is integral to Zokaites’ practice that his work connects residents to one another and their community in new ways, creating new and lasting experiences. bobbyzokaites.com IG: @bobbyzokaites 90

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