Alumni: 2004

Emily Stone (2004)

Born in New Orleans and raised in Brooklyn, Emily Stone is a devoted Hin-Jew who has been writing since she could talk. Some of Emily's...

Nancy Kline (2004)

Nancy Piore writes under the name Nancy Kline. Her short stories, essays, translations, and reviews have appeared widely, most recently in Stone Canoe, Brooklyn Rail,...

Jonathan Sinagub (2004)

Johnathan Sinagub is a photographer, architect, interior designer, and furniture designer. He holds a B.A from Columbia University and a M. Arch. from Massachusetts Institute...

Lisa Mordhorst (2004)

Lisa Mordhorst's work explores nuances of the natural world through photography and sculpture. Mordhorst has received an Athena Foundation Grant through artist Mark di Suvero, has...

Collette Fu (2004)

  Colette Fu received her B.A from Virginia Commonwealth University and her M.F.A from Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduating from RIT she started to devise...

Melissa Eder (2004)

  Melissa Eder creates large scale still life and other photographic works that documents the complexities of issues related to female identity, popular culture and kitsch. She...

Doug DuBois (2004)

Doug DuBois is well-known for his book All the Days and Nights and his series "My Last Day at Seventeen," which captures the youth of...

Joanne Thorne Arnold (2004)

Joanne Thorne Arnold is an oil painter who specializes in color and uses a variety of perspectives, lines and textures to enhance the visual language...

Randall Stoltzfus (2004)

Randall Stoltzfus is a painter who creates ominous yet majestic paintings of landscapes by using layers upon layers of oil enhancing the ephemeral qualities of...

Edith Issac Rose

Edith Isaac Rose (2004)

Edith Isaac-Rose graduated from The Art Institute of Chicago in 1951 and moved to New York in 1959. Since 1987 her work has dealt with...

Minna Resnick (1999, 2004)

Minna Resnick was born in New York City. She has lived on both the East and West Coasts as well as in the Rocky Mountains. She...

Alex O’Neal (2004)

Alex O'Neal is a painter whose work focuses on depicting circumstances that are associated to Americans. He has created a fictional world, Delta City, "where...

Mary Lum (2004)

"I like to play with the relationship between fact and fiction. Most of the spaces in my collages can look believable but are really undependable."     Mary...

Michael Lorefice (2004)

"I don’t see my art as a static event; I view it as an experience and it serves as a reminder that life is a...

Richard Harrington (2004)

"In a culture that increasingly separates us from the natural world, my interest is in how we relate to it, how it lives in our...

Holly Greenberg (2004)

Holly Greenberg is a printmaker and painter known for her large, multi-process printwork and installations. She holds a B.F.A degree from the University of Michigan...

Lisbeth Firmin (2004)

Lisbeth Firmin is a contemporary realist painter and print maker who explores the relationships between people and their environments. She has developed her own technique...