Sculptors

  • “…some to church repair, / Not for the doctrine, but the music there.” - Alexander Pope [1] On most Sundays the Norwegian Seamen’s Church situated in the heart of Brooklyn’s Red Hook district remains shuttered and abandoned, its congregation a mere memory […]

    Here’s the Church, Here’s the Steeple: But With Robots, Not People

    “…some to church repair, / Not for the doctrine, but the music there.” - Alexander Pope [1] On most Sundays the Norwegian Seamen’s Church situated in the heart of Brooklyn’s Red Hook district remains shuttered and abandoned, its congregation a mere memory […]

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  •   Olga Lah is an installation artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA.  She received a B.A in studio art and a B.A. in art history from University of California, Riverside in 2002.  She also holds an M.A. in […]

    Featured Artist: Olga Lah

      Olga Lah is an installation artist living and working in Los Angeles, CA.  She received a B.A in studio art and a B.A. in art history from University of California, Riverside in 2002.  She also holds an M.A. in […]

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  • David Hooker is a ceramicist and sculptor living in the Chicago area where he is associate professor of art at Wheaton College.  He grew up on South Carolina, and he received an MFA in Ceramics from Kent State.  He blogs […]

    Featured Artist: David Hooker

    David Hooker is a ceramicist and sculptor living in the Chicago area where he is associate professor of art at Wheaton College.  He grew up on South Carolina, and he received an MFA in Ceramics from Kent State.  He blogs […]

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  • Paul Roorda is a contemporary Canadian artist working in a variety of media.  He holds a number of degrees including a B. A. in Psychology from the University of Waterloo (1988), an M. A. in Sociology from Northeastern University (1992), […]

    Featured Artist: Paul Roorda

    Paul Roorda is a contemporary Canadian artist working in a variety of media.  He holds a number of degrees including a B. A. in Psychology from the University of Waterloo (1988), an M. A. in Sociology from Northeastern University (1992), […]

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  • Roger Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education. He then studied theology at Fuller Seminary for one year, but he chose to return to Seattle and set up a studio.  After working for a […]

    Featured Artist: Roger Feldman

    Roger Feldman graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Art Education. He then studied theology at Fuller Seminary for one year, but he chose to return to Seattle and set up a studio.  After working for a […]

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  • Typically, when Transpositions features an artist, we try to offer a few words regarding the artist’s work as a whole. In this case, however, we have chosen to feature David Mach because of his current exhibition at the Edinburgh Art […]

    Featured Artist: David Mach

    Typically, when Transpositions features an artist, we try to offer a few words regarding the artist’s work as a whole. In this case, however, we have chosen to feature David Mach because of his current exhibition at the Edinburgh Art […]

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  • Deborah J. Haynes is a Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Besides working as an artist in stone and drawing, she is the author of four books: Bakhtin and the Visual Arts (Cambridge, […]

    Featured Artist: Deborah Haynes

    Deborah J. Haynes is a Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Besides working as an artist in stone and drawing, she is the author of four books: Bakhtin and the Visual Arts (Cambridge, […]

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