We the People 2020 / Virtual Exhibit / Featured Artists
Luis Alves is a New Jersey based artist with a primary interest in photo collage, each work is a hand manipulated hybrid utilizing appropriated imagery from publications. His art is characterized by pop culture and advertising influences as well as vibrant colors and bold compositions.
Marina Carreira is a queer Luso-American writer and multimedia artist from Newark, NJ. She is the author of “Save the Bathwater” (Get Fresh Books, 2018) and “I Sing to That Bird Knowing It Won’t Sing Back” (Finishing Line Press, 2017).
Meer is inspired by spirituality, nature, and people, and the art he creates is deeply informed by these influences. His daily meditation practice motivates him to create artwork from a state of presence, and writings in tune with his understanding of spirituality help guide his creative process.
Nadia Shahbaz is a writer of Afghan-Italian origin. Her work has been published, or is forthcoming in, The Rumpus, Tahoma Literary Review and Coffee + Crumbs. She also works with Story Planet, a non-profit running story-making workshops in urban newcomer communities.
Nancy Rodrigo is a native New Yorker, a Brooklyn based interdisclinary artist who emerged from the 1980’s East Village galleries, who integrates art, political activism and social practice. Rodrigo studied at The National Academy and Empire State College, and Silberman school of social work at Hunter College.
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Sabina Mollot is an artist and illustrator who works primarily in watercolor. She specializes in fantasy, fashion and editorial, making the “Butterfly Tornado” piece a departure in style, with the global COVID pandemic as inspiration. Sabina has been showing her art in galleries since 2013 and has also had her editorial illustrations published.
Sharilyn Neidhardt is a visual artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been exhibited widely across the country. She is a co-founder of trans-cen-der art group which supports artists and exhibitions on a monthly basis. Sharilyn is an avid cyclist, an aggressive chess player, and speaks only a little Mandarin.
Over fifty successful art projects and exhibitions under his belt, Unico k. Bermudez from Guayama, Puerto Rico is a self taught artist. His ability to create one of a kind art pieces came from his own life events. His artwork tells a story. From his young age he took himself into a safe place through his artwork. He had the opportunity to grow and to develop his unique art style through drawing, painting and sculpturing, with the idea of using all types of recycled materials available to him. He always tries to maintain as a goal, to keep the Earth green and as beautiful as he can.
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