Alumni: 1997

Sherry Fairchock (1997)

Sherry Fairchock’s chapbook, "A Stone That Burns," won the Ledge 1999 Chapbook Award. Her poems have appeared in various journals, including Ploughshares, The Southern Review,...

Martha Schermerhorn (1997)

Martha Schermerhorn is a photographer and book artist whose work explores er personal experiences with the world and relationships.   She is involved heavily in the artists...

Marilyn Rivchin (1997)

Marilyn Rivchin is a filmmaker, photographer, and videomaker who taught filmmaking and digital media at Cornell University from 1979 to 2012. She holds a B.A...

Sabrina Raaf (1997)

  Sabrina Raaf is a Chicago-based artist who experiments with mechanized sculptural media, and designs responsive environments and social spaces. She received a B.S.F.S from Georgetown University and...

Jill Gussow (1997)

  "I use color, richness of pattern and complexity to create an opportunity for discovery while incorporating the familiar.”   Jill Gussow is a mosaic and mixed media...

Sarah McCoubrey (1997, 2002)

Sarah McCoubrey received her B.A, B.F.A, and M.F.A from the University of Pennsylvania. She is landscape painter who adds surreal elements to the painting like...

Jeffrey Whittle (1997)

"Like paintings, maps create a world parallel to our own. A map can both tell us where we've been (or at least, where we think...

Yvonne Piburn (1997)

Yvonne Piburn was a landscape and still life oil painter. Since she could no longer work with oil paints the last year of her life...

Beth O’Brien (1997)

Beth O’Brien is a photographer, filmmaker and visual artist, whose work grows out of a daily practice of street photography. Her experimental video has been...

Fernando Llosa (1997)

"The great tragedy of humanity is that we’re caught in metaphor. If the metaphor is really good, it points to the truth, but it is...

Sara Eichner (1997)

"I hand-paint my lines. I don’t use a computer for this or a ruler edge or a taped edge. I love the hand-eye process. I...

Michael Bogin (1997)

"For me, the ideal viewer notices and questions every visual detail, feels the staging of visual forces, remakes the painting in her own imagination.  For...

Debra Birmingham (1997)

"I see my landscape paintings as an effort to preserve something. As the landscape changes and the hedgerows disappear, the paintings become a keepsake, like...