Henry Feldman

Henry Feldman (B. 1993) is an american artist, currently living and working in Chicago, IL.

Born inOklahoma City, he holds a BFA in printmaking from the University of Oregon in Eugene.

 

Follow Henry on Instagram @henry.the

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities

Website:

www.henryfeldman.com

Bob Fields

My work took a turn this summer (2018). New Place. New Studio. New light. New materials. New limits. (Like what else is there?) New mind? Can’t say exactly how or when, the precise moment… but it was a conscious effort from the get-go to take a leap. New, live-wire connections made. Now home. Decompressing. Trying to make heads or tails of it all. Forging ahead… damn the flocking of naysayers.
Ars longa, vita brevis.  (Art is long, life is short.) ENJOY!

Website:

www.robertfieldsartist.com

Anna Rae Gilbert

Anna Rae Gilbert was born in Northwest Indiana, attended The School of the Art Institute of Chicago from 1997 – 2000, and finished her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Art at Herron School of Art and Design in 2007.   She continued with her academic career at Maine College of Art and acquired an MFA in 2009.   Since then, she has retained a spirited studio practice and a distinctive signature thread throughout her entire body of work.  Each piece is assembled with thoughtfulness  and delicate care.

Her work is informed by an interest in architecture as a living organism, the evolution of personal and objective narrative in dwellings, and a playfulness in composition.  In each piece, there are equal parts sincerity, provocation and dry humor. She has tried to categorize the thread within each work and the category she drew up was Intuitional Abstract. Her line and palette are driven with sentimentality. Tapping into emotion, nostalgia, and capturing a heightened occasions.  Her paintings and prints become a souvenir and her way of offering those two dimensional and extraordinary moments.

For a custom commission, check these out or email her!

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities

Website:

annaraegilbert.com/

Maggie Griffiths

Maggie Griffiths is a Chicago-based graphic designer. She is part of the digital product design team at Morningstar, Inc.

Though she hails from Cleveland, Ohio, Maggie has also called Pennsylvania and Texas home. She is known for her devotion to The New York Times crossword puzzle and her love of power tools.

For freelance inquiries, collaborations, and/or fine conversation, email
hello@maggiegriffiths.com

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design

Website:

www.maggiegriffiths.com/

Noah Ham

Aspiring scientific illustrator and printer: almost always sunburned.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Illustration
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

www.instagram.com/100yrsold/

Matthew Harlan

Matthew Harlan Design

Matthew Harlan is a multi-disciplinary designer and illustrator based out of Chicago, IL. He serves as creative director of Soiled Zine. Harlan is a member of Spudnik Press and teaches screen-printing workshops at Weiskamp Screen Printing in Champaign, Illinois.

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

www.matthewharlan.com/

Nicole Harriman

Twinpop Press

Letterpress prints & cards. I focus on designing & illustrating cute and positive pieces that meant to be shared with those you love.

Website:

etsy.me/2sDXd61

Margot Harrington

Margot is visual artist working in graphic, digital, print media and painting. Her work explores the contemporary landscape of Chicago and the internet, intersectional feminism, gender identity, Japanese culture, Scandinavian design, Chinese Medicine, the feeling of falling into color, meditation through art, painting as a response to trolls and internet discourse, art in support of oppressed creatives, and to discover and uplift new role models.

Services Offered:

  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

pitchdesignunion.com/

Amira Hegazy

Amira Hegazy creates prints, drawings, collages, animations, and interactive experiences that manipulate popular and recognizable forms of image-making to produce art that addresses political and social issues in visually comfortable ways. She currently lives in Lexington, Virginia though she is a native of Detroit, Michigan where she grew up between traditional American and middle eastern cultures. Amira’s experiences with racial and gender based discrimination inform her work and motivate her activism.

Amira graduated from Washington and Lee University in 2015 with a BA in Studio Art and Sociology and honors in International Immersion.  Amira works as an artist, letterpress printer, educator, and book restoration technician. She has exhibited her work at the International Print Center of New York, The William King Museum of Art and other venues nationally.

Amira is the proprietor of Statement Letterpress and Design where she creates custom prints, books, stationary and editions.

Services Offered:

  • Exhibition Opportunities
  • Printmaking Commissions

Website:

www.amirahegazy.com/