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    Molly is working on her MFA in Fibers and Materials Studies at Tyler. She completed her BA in Religious Studies and Sculpture at Hampshire College in 2011.She thinks of herself as a sculptor who works with soft materials, paying equal attention to the craft and concept in her studio practice.
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Molly Einhorn – Dreams of Becoming

About the Artist Molly Einhorn is working on her MFA in Fibers and Materials Studies at Tyler. She completed her BA in Religious Studies and Sculpture at Hampshire College in 2011.She thinks of herself as a sculptor who works with soft materials, paying equal attention to the craft and concept in her studio practice. Artist … Continue reading

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Courtney McCloskey & Kristina Escala – Submarine Through Glass

About the Artists Courtney McCloskey is a Freshman who is looking forward to majoring in Metals/ Jewelry.  She enjoys sculpting 3-dimensional objects using found and unusual materials. Email Courtney her: mccloskey.courtney@yahoo.com Kristina Escala is currently a Freshman planning on majoring in Graphic and Interactive Design. As an artist who works mainly with 2D, exploring 3D … Continue reading

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Cara Taggersell

Written by Cara Taggersell, provided by Tatyana Grechina. This exhibition consisted of six pieces set on pedestals, each having a black framed mirror above the.  Each mirror contained a corresponding message that described the individual piece in it’s poetic essence as well as tied each one to the next in a narrative, cohesive, and fluid theme. Below … Continue reading

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Madeleine Hewitt – The Mountain’s charade is as deep as the river that flows beside it

Preface By: Tatyana Grechina Prepare to experience geology deconstructed and reinterpreted through the hands of Tyler’s Sculpture BFA Madeleine Hewitt, who uses illustration, Surrealist plays of illusion, and theories of animism to portray the power of spirit within the mass in her piece, “The Mountain’s charade is as deep as the river that flows beside … Continue reading

Gregory S. Fuguet – to have happened

About the Artist Gregory S. Fuguet is a senior sculpture major. Artist Statement Mediation is a constant system of redefinition. We understand time as a linear function; the ever-shifting present moment moves into the past, inescapably. Mediation is that distinct moment in time, when present experience releases itself from direct understanding and passes into the … Continue reading

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Emily Singleton – Framed

About the Artist Emily Singleton is a sophomore Jewelery/Painting major. Artist Statement I like my work to speak for itself, initially. I am more interested in what my audience has to say without my intentions biasing their opinion. It’s kind of like figuring yourself out by looking at your brain in the context of everyone else’s. … Continue reading

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Bridget Carson – Rainbow Bright Bench 1975 Edition

About the Artist Bridget Carson is a sophomore visual studies student. Her journey into the fine arts field started when she took art classes throughout high school which prompted her to study for a fine arts degree at HACC. She then sought to study at Temple University as an english major, before settling as a … Continue reading

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Katie Miller – Philadelphia Dioramas

About the Artist Katie Miller is a senior Studio Art major with a focus on printimaking within Temple’s BA program. Artist’s Statement My work uses pen, ink, and watercolor drawings cut and arranged into three-dimensional diorama structures. The subject matter of my work involves the landscape of Philadelphia, and how decay and growth are constantly … Continue reading

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Charlene Melhorn – Remnant

About the Artist Charlene Melhorn is an artist, educator, and community programs director.  Charlene received her undergraduate degree in Fine Art – Sculpture from Biola University (Los Angeles area) in 2003.  After graduating she moved to San Bernardino, CA to live and work at Art Haus, a residency for emerging female artists.  There she created … Continue reading

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Andrew Certo – re-fuse

Andrew Certo grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  He began his artistic practice creating small scaled drawings throughout his childhood.  In high school, these drawings evolved into three dimensional work as he became interested in creating objects that when far beyond the two dimensional world. Since studying at Tyler School of Art, Certo has continued exploring … Continue reading

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