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Eye Chart Series 1, E. Brooke Lanier - Embedded

“I can not see you but I know you are staring at me”

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Lanier’s “eye art” played a great role in helping her process the experience of an artist going blind. She characterizes her artistic method as “very laborious and methodical, qualities that lead to a meditative state of mind.Learn More
Eye Chart Series 2, E. Brooke Lanier - Embedded

“We Put The Hospital In Hospitality”

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Lanier’s “eye art” played a great role in helping her process the experience of an artist going blind. She characterizes her artistic method as “very laborious and methodical, qualities that lead to a meditative state of mind.Learn More
Bird Lady, Elizabeth Ernst - Embedded

Bird Lady

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The “Bird Lady” is a part of “The G. E. Circus,” which combines Ernst’s skill at photographic storytelling with her love of sculpture.Learn More
Bulldog, George Zuniga - Embedded

Bulldog

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Even in a work as benign as this portrait of a bulldog, Zuniga’s work has a monumental scale and presence that ties it to his more difficult images (of war, struggle, and politics).Learn More
Citrine MRI, Jessica Kincaid - Embedded

Citrine MRI

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Yet some artists find the brilliant colors and mysterious shadows of radiology to have both meaning and aesthetic content. Kincaid was diagnosed with epilepsy in 1991...Learn More
Cocoon (Round), Terrence Karpowicz - Embedded

COCOON (ROUND)

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Karpowicz’s work revolves around his ability to create effects through refined material knowledge. This knowledge has been intensified by his daily life with a prosthetic leg, a result of a traffic accident...Learn More
Cocoon (Square) - Embedded

Cocoon (square)

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The “Cocoons” are illusions—they look like bronze, caught halfway between pure geometry and mutating biology. In truth, they are made of cloth stretched over a wooden frame...Learn More
Elizabeth’s Psyche, Terrence Karpowicz - Embedded

Elizabeth’s Psyche

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Karpowicz works in the heaviest and lightest of materials. His interest in precision, balance, and fine craftsmanship underpins work as massive as “Elizabeth’s Psyche” and as light as the “Cocoons”...Learn More
Glenn, Gordon Sasaki - Embeded

Glenn

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At first glance, Glenn resembles a movie monster with his stiff arms and dark-shadowed eyes, as he stands in the center of Saint John the Divine...Learn More
Lefty (Self-Portrait), Anne Weitze - Embedded

Lefty (Self Portrait)

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Weitze’s embroidery uses many of the colors and techniques of traditional domestic craftwork—but the sneaky, subversive humor is far from what one can find on a “Home Sweet Home” pillow.Learn More
My Master, Katie Dallam - Embedded

My Master

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Dallam’s paintings of demons, skeletons, and monsters explore her experience of her own brain. In “My Master” fear and alienation are made visible. The figure is constructed of multicolored snakes twining together to make the shape of a woman’s body...Learn More
Queen Of Love, Hollis Sigler - Embedded

Queen of Love

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“The Queen of Love” shows a goddess flying above her wheelchair. The queen unfolds into an endless sky as a butterfly from a chrysalis.Learn More
Reclining Figure, Laura Ferguson - Embedded

Reclining Figure with Visible Skeleton

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Reclining Figure with Visible Skeleton.” Thinned oil paints, blended with bronze powders, are sprinkled onto the water’s surface, where they spread out into patterns. The floating image is transferred to paper, and the process is repeated as many as 20 or 30 times...Learn More
Revealed, Jon Wos - Embedded

Revealed

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In “Revealed” Wos lies in bed in a full-body cast. He holds an X-ray over the site of the break in his leg, showing the injury that is the reason for his immobility...Learn More
Revival of the Deer, Susan Dupor - Embedded

Revival of the Deer

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In “Revival of the Deer” a woman crouches in a winter wood, amid bare brown trees that mimic the form of antlers—and hands...Learn More
Royal Gem MRI, Jessica Kincaid - Embedded

Royal Gem MRI

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The lesions of epilepsy show up as bright islands or small stars in the sky. Kincaid depicts her brain as full of luscious waves of color and light—jewel-like portraits of an individual mind.Learn More
Self Portrait, Blake Lenoir - Embedded

Self Portrait

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In Lenoir’s “Self Portrait,” animals from every continent play and sleep among undulating sweeps of river and forest. Each creature is a tiny portrait; many look back at the viewer as if pleading for recognition.Learn More
Self Portrait With Smoking Mirror, Marcos Raya - Embedded

Self Portrait with Smoking Mirror

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“Self Portrait with Smoking Mirror” is constructed as an icon. The mirror’s reflection is a robotic, mask-like skull, behind which is a fiery night sky.Learn More
The Elephant Man, Elizabeth Ernst - Embedded

The Elephant Man

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The Elephant Man is a part of “The G. E. Circus,” which combines Ernst’s skill at photographic storytelling with her love of sculpture...Learn More
First Nest, William A. Newman - Embedded

The First Nest

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The First Nest” was created after Newman installed a ship’s portal in his shower, in his rural Silver Springs home. Newman takes a long time to shower, and wanted something to look at while bathing. Birds eventually found this portal and built a nest in its shelter.Learn More
Tiger by Blaisdell - Thumb

Tiger

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This tiger is so dense with color and energy that it’s barely contained on the paper. Its orange body arcs above a machine gun, under a large red heart and a black hand with its fingers spread...Learn More
Universal Pattern, E. Brooke Lanier - Embedded

Universal Pattern

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Lanier’s work has always alluded to medicine and science. However, it was not until her own retinal detachment at age 22 that her work began to directly refer to her disability.Learn More
Zazel, Gordon Sasaki - Embedded

Zazel

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Zazel is an actress, dancer, and model. She is photographed while rehearsing in the studio, leaning backward to face us with a direct but upside-down stare...Learn More