Artist Bios

Jennifer Karady

Jennifer Karady has worked with American veterans since 2006 to create staged narrative photographs that reveal how their experiences of war infiltrate their daily civilian lives. The series Soldiers’ Stories from Iraq and Afghanistan was shown at such venues as the Palm Springs Art Museum, CA, 2014; Slusser Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 2014;

Natalie Frank

Natalie Frank explores contemporary discourse on feminism, sexuality, and violence. Recent drawings and books The Story of O and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice use literature as inspiration. Her gouache and chalk pastel drawings of the unsanitized Brothers Grimm tales, bring back, with Jack Zipes’ translations, aspects of incest, rape and physical violence left out of our

Angela Fraleigh

Angela Fraleigh’s lavish figurative paintings draw on antique tales of pursuit and abduction to illustrate the charged complexity of wanting and explore narratives of women and marginalized female figures in art history. Fraleigh earned BFA from Boston University and MFA from Yale University. Her solo exhibitions include those at the Edward Hopper House, Nyack, NY,

Kathleen Gilje

Kathleen Gilje holds BFA from the City College of New York; she later studied 16th & 17th c. Italian Art and Conservation at the Museo di Capodimonte in Naples, Italy, 1967-71. In her paintings, Gilje employs “a tour de force of technical bravura” (Linda Nochlin, Art in America, 2002) revisiting some of the iconic works


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