Riki Moss

The translucent paper Cocoons are formed over models and evoke the former or future homes of mysterious creatures. Hung on filament in series, they sway gently as people pass by, as if moved by lingering spirits. Spilled on the floor, they feel like empty vessels, or amphora.

John Brickels

Clay artist John Brickels has been creating stoneware sculpture for over thirty-five years. His falling barn sculptures, tittering urban row houses and collapsed rust-belt factories celebrate the hidden beauty of entropy.

Linda E. Jones

“Painting abstractly for years has revealed a collection of repeated forms and marks that has become an integral part of my visual language.” Her work explores the tension of destruction and renewal: “Life from decay, shelter from the rubble and new growth.”

James Vogler

Overlapping color and suggestions of line and light are used in Vogler’s paintings to create space between forms. The forms range from geometric to nearly amorphous, their function always being repositories of color.

Kate Longmaid

A trained clinical psychologist, Kate Longmaid explores the rich terrain of individual identity. “From the privileged position of witnessing the other, I seek to convey the unique presence of each subject as well as our shared humanity,” she explains.