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is a photographer and digital media artist based in San Francisco. His recent work explores the use of photography as a data visualization tool which can allow for the seeing of patterns, structure, and meaning through image repetition. These conceptually based projects utilize a hint of science, data analysis, the measurement of time, and the dichotomy between chance and predictability.
is a multimedia artist known for developing Mathematical Formulations in the Service of Art, a series of renderings and prints that explores geometries from abstract mathematical functions and their intersection with art. Mr. Cortez is also working in conceptual installation art projects integrating photography, media arts and para-design.
is a San Francisco-based multimedia artist. Her previous career as a scientist is a major aspect of her practice. In her imagery she touches on issues of scientific perception such as measurement, order and disorder and uses them as a special lens for creating her work. Gavish has a PhD in Polymer Chemistry and was working as a professional scientist until she decided to concentrate on her art. She received her MFA from SFAI in 2008.
is a San Francisco based artist originally from New York. His woodblock prints, collages and sculptures have been exhibited in leading galleries and museums throughout the world. Permanent collections containing Daniel's work include The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Oakland Museum, The Berkeley Art Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago and The Brooklyn Museum of Art.
grew up in the historical city of Dubrovnik, Croatia. In 1991 she immigrated first to London and four years later to the United States of America to pursue her dream of becoming an artist and an educator. She received her B.A. degree from University of California, Berkeley in 2003 as a double major in Practice of Art and History of Art. She was honored numerous awards as an undergraduate such as residency twice in The Honors Studio, Certificate of Excellence in Painting, and the Eisner Prize in Art - the most distinguished award for all creative arts at UC Berkeley.
received a BFA from the SF Art Institute in 1974 and an MA from UC Berkeley in 1977. Farnsworth is known internationally as an artist, master printmaker, an authority on the history and manufacture of handmade paper, and more recently as an innovator in digital technology and weaving techniques. As director of Magnolia Editions, Farnsworth has developed techniques which have revived and expanded the possibilities of processes including photogravure and tapestry, innovations which have led to Magnolia publications by artists including Alex Katz, Ed Moses, and Ralph Goings. Since 2005 Farnsworth has worked with Chuck Close to produce works in various experimental media, the most well-known of which are Close's tapestry editions translated from dageurreotype photographs.
(aka Magnolia Tapestry Project and Magnolia Press) is a fine art studio in Oakland, California. For over two decades we have worked closely with artists to produce and publish fine art projects, including unique and editioned works on paper, artist books, and public art. Primarily a printmaking studio, we have also been working since the late 1990s on a set of techniques which put industrial weaving technology in the service of artists. To date, we have woven editions by artists such as Bruce Conner, Chuck Close, Alex Katz, Ed Moses, Leon Golub, and Nancy Spero, among others. Magnolia Editions tapestries have been exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide including the Whitney Museum of American Art and the White Cube Gallery in London.