Brett Douglas Davis earned his BFA in painting from Edinboro
University of Pennsylvania in 2005. He has lived in Lublin,
Poland, as well as Berlin. Brett’s work remains centered
around painting and the notion of the absurd.
Jamie Dunn is an artist from Virginia working through
performance, drawing, and writing. She graduated with a BFA in
Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009. Jamie
pursues questions and desires through action to investigate
existence and the self with attention to the connection between
body and mind. Her work follows urgency, struggle and an open
need to communicate this examination of self with others.
Rachel graduated with a BA in Art History from Denison University
in 2008 and a post-baccalaureate certificate in studio art from
Brandeis University in 2012. Her sculptural work revolves around
her interest in beauty and the grotesque.
Alyssa Lempesis received her B.A. in Art Practice from the
University of California, Berkeley in 2012. She is interested in
making objects that reflect on the visibility of emotional and
physical conditions. Her work explores the comfort and unease
found in both support and repair through the creation of abstract
forms, surrogates, and doubles.
B.A. Art, University of California, Berkeley 2003M.F.A. Art Studio, University of California, Davis 2014
Joyce Nojima is a second-generation Japanese American born and
raised in Santa Rosa, California. She finds herself drawn to
repetitive mark-making in search of a visual experience and
self-identity. She was awarded a Graduate Fellowship at the
Headlands Center for the Arts for 2014-2015.