Installation piece that explores the experience of a mediated and isolated reality.
My works are a continuing study of the contrasting forms found in nature, painted in an abstracted representation.
Kathleen Ellen Marshall is currently working exclusively within the area of Mobile Art Photography.
To me, clay—like wood—is a source for the creation of abstract and naturalistic sculptures…
These images are created by a moving light source or a moving camera.
Crown and Glory is a series of paintings that celebrate natural African American hair!
State Street, Chicago.
Agriculture has long stood as one of the most monumental developments in human history.
I began working with clay my sophomore year at Southern Illinois University and was intrigued by the medium.
You are a pest, one of the most expansive, destructive, and wasteful of creatures.