California State University, Sacramento, B.A. Art Studio, 2015California State University, Sacramento, M.A. Art Studio, 2017
Bailey Anderson hails from Pennsylvania, though she has spent the last 12 years living and working in Northern California. She earned her BA and MA in Art Studio at California, State University, California and her emphasis is in sculpture and installation. Her recent work reflects an investigation into identity, balance, frailty, and tension in regards to contemporary Feminism and the hegemonic systems that regulate and define it.
California College of the Arts, B.F.A. Painting and Drawing, 2014
Adam Cochran grew up in the middle-class suburbs of Southern California, surrounded by swimming pools and endless sunny days. After working multiple odd jobs during his twenties, he returned to school and received his BFA in Painting from California College of the Arts in 2014. Upon graduation, he began working closely with the noted Bay Area painter Christopher Brown, whom he had studied under at CCA. Adam’s current work is an exploration into the oddities that he experienced growing up in suburbia and the elusive promises of The American Dream.
Rhode Island School of Design, B.F.A. Painting, 2016Rhode Island School of Design, M.A. Art and Design Education, 2017
Rachel Deane, born in Atlanta, Georgia, is an artist who uses materials, techniques, and histories from painting to create three-dimensional environments. These environments deploy the use of intricate pattern, repetitive shape, bold color, and ornamentation in order to create density that encourages viewer exploration. Deane writes modern-day folklores that examine dating culture, female sexuality, and trauma, which she uses as source material. She engages directly with the characters she writes, often assuming their identity and makes from their point-of-view.
Sonoma State University, B.F.A. Fine Art, 2008Rhode Island School of Design, M.A. Teaching and Learning, 2010
Sarah Frieberg was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work explores both installation and sculpture forms that are driven by her reverence and inquiry of the natural world. The foundation of her work is alchemical; it relies on the transformation of materials, two-dimensional line, physical space, and ideas. Before earning her art degree she pursued a degree in horticulture, spending many years operating and owning her own landscaping business.
Brooklyn Johnson was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, and received her BFA in Studio Art at Brigham Young University in Provo, UT, along with her certificate in Art Education. She was a practicing artist and art educator at Monticello Academy in West Valley City, Utah.