Adrian Esparza is best known for his vivid geometric installations created from pulled-apart sarapes—brightly colored blanket-like shawls worn in Latin America. His work is represented in the collections of the Perez Miami Art Museum, El Paso Museum of Art, and Dallas Museum of Art. He received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts and currently lives and works in El Paso.
Amie Adelman is the Associate Professor of Fibers in the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas, in Denton and has been awarded numerous travel grants from UNT to research textiles in Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, Guatemala, Norway, Scotland, and England. She received an MFA in Fibers from the University of Kansas and a BFA in Fibers from Arizona State University. Adelman exhibits artwork nationall
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Annette Lawrence's work is generally related to text and information, often in response to physical space and time. The work is grounded in autobiography, counting, and the measurement of everyday life. Lawrence is a professor at the University of North Texas, College of Arts and Design.
Blayre received her MFA in Drawing & Painting from the University of North Texas, where she teaches mural painting. Stiller's work has been featured in New American Paintings and reflects upon expectations of beauty, adequecy, and self-acceptance.
Brian Fridge is an artist working primarily in video. A typical work is Vault Sequence. Recorded in the artist’s apartment, the video “seems instead to have come directly from the Hubble telescope." Fridge's explorations of space and time feel at once both physical and psychological.
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