Noelle Miller

Noelle Miller is an abstract painter living and working in Fort Collins, Colorado. After graduating from CSU with a BFA in drawing, she focused on traveling and dove into her work with a newfound inspiration for the world around her. Noelle’s work stems from an interest in emotion and the manifestation of energy within everyday life. Recently, her works have been focusing on the idea of memory and feelings of nostalgia. Large swatches of color build a platform for the telling of these stories. Delicate lines, textures and clouds of color create a language of what is remembered in contrast with where moments of these memories lapse.



Stephenie Purl Hamen

Stephenie Purl Hamen is a mixed media artist, working across surfaces and mediums, often mixing and merging them together. She has an evolving style, currently focused on abstraction. Her use of colorful paints and intricate geometries is something that she carries across all of her works. She travels to teach and to showcase her art piece. She is also the mother to two boys – Owen and Jacob – and wife to Matt. She currently resides in Sun Prairie, WI, the birthplace of Georgia O’Keeffe.


Raeyn Smith

Raeyn Smith is a visual storyteller, using many types of materials to create the illustrated narrative of her work. Focusing on a blend of nature-inspired elements and intuitive, abstract art Raeyn enjoys blending many different styles and processes to achieve the desired outcome of each piece. Raeyn shows her original art at galleries, museums and local businesses regularly and hosts prints of her pieces in her online shop. Previously a painting instructor at the Tampa Museum of Art, Raeyn currently works for a national association as a marketing coordinator and enjoys creating art in her free time.



Chris Malchow

Growing up a skateboarder I was always fascinated by the bold and colorful graphics on skateboards. Some of my earliest memories are of going into the local skate shop and being blown away by all the different art styles. Now although I didn't realize it at the time, this would be the start to a lifelong obsession with art and design. I would draw on my shoes, my homework, napkins at restaurants, anything I could really. But it wasn't until High School that I realized this could turn into a career. I took one computer art and design class and the minute I was introduced to the adobe programs, I knew this was the right path for me. My creative world went from mainly just drawing to being able to carry out any idea I had in my mind. From that point on my artistic style just kept evolving. Now, just recently graduating from Madison Area Technical College with my associates degree in Graphic Design I feel like I'm really hitting my stride. I'm excited to keep evolving as a designer/ human being and to leave my mark on the design world!



Liubov Szwako / Triangulador

Liubov Szwako "Triangulador" is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist who enjoys experimenting with spontaneous ideas using diverse and non-traditional items as a canvas. Born and raised in Mexico City with a Russian heritage, he moved to Madison, Wisconsin in his early 20s. Inspired by the immediate, expressionistic qualities of graffiti, Liubov found an outlet for his creative energy by spray painting old mattresses. Liubov began painting other found objects and developed a distinctive visual vocabulary consisting of geometric shapes, bold lines, and vivid colors. Liubov is perpetually fascinated with new mediums and surfaces. You will find his work on anything from discarded curbside furniture, fine works, and large-scale murals and paintings.


Leo Salazar

Leo Salazar is an abstract painter, sculptor and photographer who lives and works in Madison, WI. He was born in Chicago, the son of Mexican immigrants. The family came to settle in Madison but his parents would later be deported. Leo's mother played a key role in encouraging and nurturing his creativity, which became a powerful source of healing and strength during the family's upheaval.

Leo's approach to his work is open yet very driven. He combines his formal art training with self-taught methods. "If I try something and it doesn't work out, I'll try something else. Or I'll just make it work". This also applies to how he lives his life, with a mix of adventure and resolve that fuels his translation of ideas and emotions into beautiful pieces. He travels the US and Mexico seeking fresh ideas and inspiration.


Aliza Rand

Aliza Rand is a professional photographer based in Madison, WI and Switzerland. Originally from San Francisco, she holds a BA (UCLA) and MFA (UC Berkeley) in photography. Rand has a primary focus on the culinary crafts and visually representing them. She has also been the exclusive photographer for the Wisconsin Film Festival and the UW Madison Interdisciplinary Arts Residency Program (2014-2018). She currently runs and does the photography for “Pikku Takki”, Children’s and Mens Clothing. Rand is an internationally exhibiting photographic artist having shown at the SFMOMA, Berkeley Art Museum, and galleries in Germany, Slovenia, Finland and Switzerland. 



Eric Thomas Wolever

Throughout his career as an artist, Wolever has always explored themes of landscape, upbringing, and personal landmarks. First in the form of installations, and now as complex, layered paintings. Utilizing a combination of acrylic and ink, Eric pulls a depth of memory and experience into a condensed form. He cites his midwestern upbringing as his main inspiration for his work, drawing from his summers spent skateboarding, the lattice of nylon porch chairs, and weathered basketball hoops. Eric invites us to observe these artifacts within his context, and within our own. The resulting narrative is one half-formulated by his work, and half-constructed of our own experience.



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