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Jonathan Monaghan (b. 1986, New York) is an artist working across a range of media, including prints, sculpture and computer animated video, to produce otherworldly objects and narratives. Drawing on wide-ranging sources, such as ancient mythologies and science fiction, his highly-crafted and fantastical works uncover subconscious anxieties associated with technology and consumerism. Past exhibitions and screenings of his work include The Sundance Film Festival, The Hermitage Museum, The Frist Art Museum, and The Palais de Tokyo. His work has been featured in several media outlets including Elephant Magazine, VICE, The Wall Street Journal and The Village Voice.
Lucha Rodriguez received her MFA in Printmaking from Savannah College of Art and Design, and her BFA in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Atlanta. Her work ranges from etchings, monoprints and colorful silkscreens, to immersive multi- layered installations of cut paper, each created with pink – the artist’s signature color. Born in Venezuela, Rodriguez has exhibited globally with solo and group shows throughout the U.S., India, Mexico, China and France. Her work is included in The Bascom Center for Visual Arts, World of Coca-Cola Museum, The High Museum of Art, Modern and Contemporary Art Collection in addition to various private institutional and individual collections.
At this time the subject of Carmen C. Sanders’ art is relief woodcarving and acrylic painting her memories of Key West. She was born in Key West. Raised in Tampa, Florida but spent her summers in Key West with her abuela, uncle and cousins. Key West is her happy place.
Sanders graduated from University of Florida in Design from the school of architecture with honors. She entered a completion in Auburn, AL and was asked to join an interior design firm in Atlanta, GA. There, she produced interior commercial renderings, interior designs, logos and painted interior wall murals.
She transitioned from Interior Designer to study in London, England at the Cordon Bleu to become a private chef and caterer for over 24 years. She kept drawing in pencil, quilting and gardening. By 2008, she joined the Atlanta Woodcarvers Club and studied at the Southeastern Alabama Woodcarving School, where she won “Best in Show” as a beginner 2015.
Sanders did not know fellow wood carver Mario Sanchez personally, but he was a neighbor and friend of her mother’s family. For years she has been inspired by his work.
Lizzy Taber’s projects explore the relationships between art and science, with a current emphasis on sea level rise, marine ecology and seafloor mapping. Taber’s work has been shown at The Exploratorium, Bentley Gallery, Southern Graphics Conference International, the Sky Harbor Airport, and in other galleries across the United States. In 2018 she participated in an artist residency with Schmidt Ocean Institute where she worked with scientists using multi-sonar mapping methods and with whom she presented her work at the Ocean Exploration Conference at MIT Media Lab. In addition, she has also attended artist residencies in Croatia, Iceland and Hawaii, Savannah and is collaborating with the University of Miami on the Rescue a Reef program focused on coral reef restoration. A native of South Florida, Lizzy holds an MFA from Arizona State University.