Casey Landerkin is a Philadelphia based artist/illustrator. Her landscapes are a clap of sudden stillness, as if the rolling universe just stopped to notice you staring…you do not so much observe but encounter them. Past clients include Women’s Health Magazine and DFTBA, see more work at caseylanderkin.com.
Danielle Fauth is a contemporary sculptor with a BFA in Sculpture from Towson University. Her work intervenes with found objects via digital fabrication and mold-making & casting processes. She replicates or alters familiar objects to make them unreal, intangible, of dreams; from our world and one that could be an in-between.
Gillian Collins earned her MFA at Towson University in 2019. As a co-owner of residential plumbing and HVAC service companies, her association with these trades artistically inspires Collins. By divorcing the form from the function of mechanical components, she compels the viewer to contemplate the “seen but the unseen” of our engineering feats.
Brett Stout is a 40-year-old artist and writer. He is a high school dropout and former construction worker turned college graduate and paramedic. He creates mostly controversial work usually while breathing toxic paint fumes from a small cramped apartment known as “The Nerd Lab” in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. His work has appeared in a vast range of diverse media, from international indie zines like Litro Magazine UK to Brown University. He is tired of talking about himself at this point and prefers that his artwork speak for itself.