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  • About Ezra Wube

    “In my work I am interested in time, place and memory. My art practice is performative and involves my body as a primal means of communication, affirming I am here. As a person of two cultures (Ethiopia and U.S.A), I am in a continuous dialogue between here and there, tradition and modernity. While collaging my past with present experiences, I attempt to make a third entity that is in both the past and the present. My effort to make a narrative is left ambiguous, so that the line between what is real and what is imagined, what is sensical, and nonsensical becomes faint. By refusing a concrete representation, I have found the freedom to make art that is consistent with the flux of my life.”

    www.ezrawube.net

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Alexis Arnold

2 Op Collective has their eye on ALEXIS ARNOLD! Here are some examples of her work:       Q. Tell us about your work? A. I am a sculptor and installation artist interested in the visual displays of time, memory, and history. Objects, whether undisturbed for long periods, in frequent use, or victims fallen … Continue reading

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Featured Artist: Ezra Wube

Ezra Wube: “In my work I am interested in time, place and memory. My art practice is performative and involves my body as a primal means of communication, affirming I am here. As a person of two cultures (Ethiopia and U.S.A), I am in a continuous dialogue between here and there, tradition and modernity. While … Continue reading

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Mallika Prakash

Check out these cute graphic compositions by San Francisco artist Mallika Prakash:                 Q. Tell us about your work? A. It’s all about color. I look for inspiration in nature to find interesting color combinations and work from there. I generally start with creating a captivating background by … Continue reading

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Ray Mack

2 Op Collective has their eyes on RAY MACK! Here are some examples of her work:                             Q. Tell us about your work? A. I draw and paint cartoons and other pictures under the understanding that art’s most practical function is to … Continue reading

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Amy Elizabeth

2 Op Collective has their eye on AMY ELIZABETH! Here are some examples of her work:                         Q. Tell us about your work? A. I have always been interested in completely organic materials. I am only interested in things which come from the earth, … Continue reading

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Painter Eric Telfort’s Youtube Series

Painter Eric Telfort has developed this charming series jam packed with both humor and profound thought.       “My work takes issues in popular culture and relates them to my personal artist experience growing up. I like to examine my past and reinterpret those things in contemporary art. Visually it is akin to stories … Continue reading

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Sex and freedom in the art of Samantha Pearl Lewin

2 Op Collective has their eye on Samantha Pearl Lewin! Here is an example of her work: Since Tracey Emin displayed the Everyone I have ever slept with tent in the year 1995, attention has been drawn to the difference of gender in themes of encouragement, acceptance and naturalization of sex as a plural experience to be … Continue reading

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Terbo Ted

2 Op Collective has their eye on Terbo Ted! Here are some examples of his work: Q. Tell us about your work? A. All art exists in the eye of the beholder, so it’s up to everyone to draw their own conclusions from what they’re looking at.  I could explain what’s in my mind with my … Continue reading

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Stephanie Kubo

2 Op Collective has their eyes on STEPHANIE KUBO! Here are some examples of her work:                                 Q. Tell us about your work? A. My work focuses on linework and patterns. I have a strong interest in the use of … Continue reading

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Helen Bayly

2 Op Collective has their eyes on HELEN BAYLY! Here are some examples of her work: Lust for Life, 4’x12′, ink and mixed media on paper, 2011 Fountain of Decay, 4’x5′, ink on paper, 2012 DMT Mary, 4’x5′, ink on paper, 2012 Oh Shit, for Reals?, 8″x10″, ink on paper, 2012 Q. Tell us about … Continue reading

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