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artist profile: Laura Truitt – CSArt Colorado

“My recent work uses architecture and landscape as a visual language to explore space, time and memory. Using photography as a source material, I am interested in the heightened relationship between photos and painting. I’m also interested in how we…

artist profile: Erica Dixon – CSArt Colorado

“I pursue site specificity with all of my work whether I am engaging with a specific community or specific environment. I have been exploring the varied notions of living in the American West, juxtaposing some of the nostalgic or romantic…

artist profile: Theresa Haberkorn – CSArt Colorado

“As a gardener in Boulder’s Hawthorn community garden, I have enjoyed the communal interaction with my fellow gardeners. I was interested in participating in the CSArt Colorado program as a way to build a similar community by connecting artists directly…

artist profile: Amber Cobb – CSArt Colorado

“I investigate defunct city blocks, rural communities, industrial landscapes and the subcultures that exist within them. My curiosity in these sites is a function of my interest in the spaces of abjection and class structures. Through architectural forms, drawings, and…

artist profile: Mario Zoots – CSArt Colorado

The lure of images lies at the heart of my work. Using classic film stills, vintage postcards, and found family photographs with a mix of my own photography, I create collages that are nostalgic but also uncanny and absurd. By…

artist profile: Anna Hultin – CSArt Colorado

“With layers of Mylar and simple line and color, my 60 works for CSArt will remark upon the social and emotional layers of the disaster of the Colorado flood of September 2013. While homes were destroyed and lives shaken, beauty…

artist profile: Chinn Wang – CSArt Colorado

“In my recent work, I employ coded visual languages, symbolic iconography, and distorted photographic imagery to examine, problematize, and humorize the subjective nature of personal narrative and history. For me, memory is used not only to archive treasured or troubled…