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Julie Simpson’s mixed-media "stitch and repeat" technique leaves the viewer with the sense that the shapes are simultaneously disjointed, and interwoven.
Fracture, 24″ × 24″, mixed media

guardian
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Mary Ennes Davis creates "Guardians" transform ordinary household items into totems of emotion.

Guardian of Gratitude

Guardian of Gratitude
Mixed media, level, casters, copper hearts, rulers, beads
8 × 32

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Charles Gluskoter ’s hand-thrown jars and urns feature ornate Asian-inspired detailing.
8 × 8 × 16

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David Bjurstrom’s evident devotion to realism makes his graphite drawings nearly indistinguishable from high-quality black-and-white photos.

Rumbling Sky
36 × 36 × 2
graphite on panel

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Though it can sometimes be hard to keep landscape paintings "fresh," this aptly-named painting by Jennifer Phillips seeks to do just that, expertly exploring the natural forms, yet smudging in a hint of romanticism. This diptych also breaks in an interesting place.

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oil on canvas

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Thomas Rude ’s linocuts range from ornately folksy birds and animals, to Escher-esque patterns like this.

Wavelength
9 × 12

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