Collective Unconscious

Jane Waggoner Deschner Family Suit

Photo Finish

A picture is worth a thousand words – especially when it’s sliced, stitched, or printed on unexpected materials.
Doug Aitken Mirage

Mirror, Mirror

Artists reflect – literally or figuratively, in form and meaning.
Dylan Gold Twisted console

Your Art Here

A collection might be only as beautiful as its display cabinet.
George Sawyer Rings

Deeply Ingrained

Don’t judge a book by its cover – and don’t judge a tree by its bark. These artists look past surfaces to the patterns found within.
April Surgent Art

On the Horizon

We can’t see the future, but we can imagine it. As a place, it’s in the distance, where sky and land meet.
Jaydan Moore Platter


Artists honor the good, the bad, and the questionable.
Jason Bige Burnett Pot


These artists may not work with textiles, but they still appreciate the tailor’s art.
Christopher Kurtz, (A)Typical Windsor Form


Doubles may be defined by their common traits, but they’re distinguished by their departures.
Shannon Rankin Map Sculpture

Origin Stories

What creates a sense of place is as wide-ranging as human perception...

Reineke Hollander, Father & Mother

Gimme Shelter

Julie K. Hanus spots six artists exploring the idea of shelter.

Alain Mailland Archipel

Call to Order

Seven artists explore the magic of combining multiple parts into a whole...

Diem Chau Carved Crayons

Independent Study

School supplies are surprising and inventive art materials. Here are seven artists who make the grade.