Stranger (Spring 2007)

Thomas Allen’s photographs have appeared in numerous magazines (including Harper’s) and on the covers of three James Ellroy novels, as well as in Uncovered: Photographs by Thomas Allen (Aperture, 2007). His work has been exhibited at the Foley Gallery in New York and Thomas Barry Fine Arts in Minneapolis, among many other galleries. He has a BFA from Wayne State University and an MFA from the University of Minnesota.

Miss Birdie (Winter 1999)

Kathleen Holmes’s work has been exhibited nationwide in such venues as the Chappell Gallery in New York and Pacini Lubel Gallery in Seattle, and she has pieces in numerous corporate and civic collections. She has won support from several arts organizations and foundations, including a 2006 Florida Individual Artist Fellowship.

Draw 5 Girls (Winter 2001/Spring 2002)

Melissa Harshman makes prints from eclectic sources, such as old cookbooks, dictionaries, and other printed ephemera. Her images have been featured in solo shows throughout the Southeast and elsewhere, including at Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta. Holding a BFA from Cornell University and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Harshman is associate professor of art and chair of the printmaking department at the University of Georgia.

The American Print (Spring 2003)

Carol Mickett’s career has encompassed not only collaborative work with Robert Stackhouse but also success as a freelance producer, director, and writer. She has won numerous grants, and her writing has appeared in Prairie Schooner, New Letters, and elsewhere. Mickett has a PhD in philosophy from the University of Minnesota.

Robert Stackhouse, who collaborated with Carol Mickett on The American Print in this issue, is best known for his large-scale architectural sculpture and paintings. His works are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Gallery of Australia, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, the Art Institute of Chicago, and many others. Professor emeritus at the Corcoran School of Art, Stackhouse has been the recipient of three NEA grants.

Self-Portrait/The Doctor Made Me Do It (Winter 1996)

Mark D. Sisson’s prints and drawings, shown nationally and internationally, are in numerous public and private collections—including the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, the Fogg Museum of Harvard University, and the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City. With a BFA from the University of Michigan and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, Sisson is professor of art at Oklahoma State University.

Day Six: Shields Ablaze (Winter 2000)

Ellen Frank is an award-winning painter, writer, and scholar of both literature and art. Her illuminated manuscripts have appeared in numerous exhibitions in the United States and internationally, and her Hanukkah Illuminated, A Book of Days series (1997–2000) will be published in book form by Welcome Press. She has a master’s degree in literature and a PhD in literature and visual arts from Stanford University.

Tenerife, August 1672 (Avis Habilis) (Summer 2001)

Cristina Vergano comes from an artistic Italian family and is self-trained. She has had numerous solo exhibitions, most recently at the Woodward Gallery in New York. Her work has been featured in Art in America, Esquire, and the New York Times, among other periodicals.

Poet’s House (Summer 2000)

Maggie Taylor’s digital art is featured in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Modernbook Editions, 2008); Solutions Beginning with A, with words by Lola Haskins (Modernbook Editions, 2007); and Adobe Photoshop Master Class: Maggie Taylor’s Landscape of Dreams (Peachpit Press, 2005). Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including the museums of Princeton University, Harvard University, and the University of Florida, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Her images have appeared twice before in our pages (Summer 2000 and Summer 2006).

Hecho en Indio

Date Farmers have shown their work at the Fifty24SF Gallery in San Francisco, the Oakland Museum of California, the Palm Springs Art Museum, the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York, and the Leonard Street Gallery in London. Their two-part exhibition at Ace Gallery in Los Angeles in late 2010 and early 2011 was an Artforum critics’ pick.

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