Terri Loewenthal is a self-taught photographer and musician living in Oakland, California, where she plays with her band Shock.
Born in Florida, she attended Rice University in Houston, Texas. In 2012, she co-founded an artist residency in Oakland called The Chetwood.
Terri's portraits capture a sense of intimacy in collaborative situations with friends and strangers. Her landscape photography straddles the line between documentary and fantasy, highlighting the magic ever-present in the world around us. In these explorations of the relationship between reality and imagination, Loewenthal creates images that we can all relate to.
Morganne Wakefield earned her BFA at
Brigham Young University in Provo, UT in 2010, and is currently an MFA prospective at the University of Chicago. She has attended residencies at the Vermont Studio Center Residency and Birch Creek Artist Residency, in Spring City, UT.
Morganne makes things and situations that ask questions about fantasy, freedom and escape. Memory and history (cultural and personal) are devices often used in her work to drive these questions. Congruently, she loves to travel and daydream.
Born and raised in Boise, Idaho, Evan graduated from the University of Arizona with a B.F.A. in 2012. His academic career also included 6 weeks in Orvieto, Italy where he studied drawing and art history. He is currently pursuing an M.F.A. in Printmaking at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, developing a body of work that includes sculpture, printmaking, and painting.
"My work explores themes of sexuality, identity, and desire, embodied in the image of the figure. Decoration and craft are employed as allusions to memory, beauty and gender. Deeply rooted in autobiography, my work uses a collection of accumulated sociocultural signs to construct the self from, and often into a state of ambiguity."