Brian Dickerson

The heavily layered and reworked surfaces in Dickerson’s painted wood constructions reveal a deeply felt process of exploration. Each work contains hidden forms and apertures suggesting almost inaccessible mystery. Using mixed media and wood construction, these constructed paintings offer the viewer an opportunity for quiet reflection amidst the dislocations and uncertainty of the surrounding world. …

Peter Burega

PETER BUREGA Peter Burega works in oil on panel. Mercurial by nature and obsessed with process, he turns out increasingly thoughtful, wildly expressive, and ultimately sophisticated paintings. He states, “Although my work is abstract, it develops from my experience and interaction with the land.” His work reflects moments taken from daily life, dreams, experiences, and visual…

Graceann Warn

I paint and I construct. Both my paintings and assemblages use the metaphor of excavation. My formal education in landscape architecture and classical archaeology provides structure to artistic flights of fancy that always seem to revolve around some form of revelation: The attempt to unearth an object or solve a mystery. Uncovering/Covering. Leaving a Trace,…

Cecil Touchon

Cecil Touchon is a contemporary American collage artist, painter, published poet and theorist. He is the co-founder of the International Post-Dogmatist Group and is the director of the group’s Ontological Museum. Cecil is also the Founder of the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction and founder of the International Society of Assemblage and Collage…