Yuko Adachi is a Tokyo-born artist who was raised in Japan, Paris, London, and the United States of America. She has been painting since she was a little girl and has been showing her works through solo and selected group shows internationally. Her painting was featured for the cover of Artscope, New England's Cultural Magazine (May/June 2007) and Takara Magazine, the Japanese Culture and Information Magazine in New England (2007 issues). In 2007, her work was awarded best in painting for "Healing Power of Art" by Manhattan Art International. Today, she lives and works in Boston. In 2010, she opened an artist studio store, "Planet MOMEKO," in Rockport, MA. www.yukoadachi.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 1/1/09: "The Dry Tortugas"; 7/1/10: "Replying to SubPrefect Zhang"; 6/1/11: "Responses: For & From Japan" (2 pieces)
Bailey Bob Bailey studied sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University, attended Skowhegan and was twice a fellow at The Fine Arts Work Center of Provincetown. He currently lives and works in Truro, MA. Bailey has shown extensively throughout the U.S.,a bit internationally, most recently with Ethan Cohan Gallery in NYC and Beacon,NY, and as a founding member of an artist owned gallery, artSTRAND, of Provincetown, MA. He writes, "After all isnít all art just a color delivery system. I like to think this is the job of an artist, to deliver the goods. Like the dropped pigments on an ancient Chinese ceramic horse, color should come to us via surprise and wonderment, integrated into our lives like billboards and blue cake icing."
-Broadsided Publications- 4/1/16: "Spring Poem"
Kate Baird lives in Springfield, MO. She is a painter and works as teaching artist with Placeworks, an arts outreach program for rural schools. Her work can be seen at www.katebairdart.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 3/1/06: "Epithalamion"; 6/1/06: "Mathematician Watching the Moths at an All-Night Gas Station"; 10/1/06: "Forgiveness"; 1/1/07: "Eros"; 11/1/07: "Bird's Eye" (selected for The Switcheroo II); 12/1/07: "Visitation"; 10/1/08: "Dear Wallet"; 11/1/09: "Interstate" (selected for The Switcheroo VI); 1/1/10: "One Lineage of Ice, Ravened"; 1/1/11: "2010 Haiku Year-in-Review (Summer)"; 12/1/12: "Majestic Prayers of Bangor"; 11/1/15: "Two Potatoes"
Eva Barash received a BA and BFA in printmaking from the University of Washington in 1998. She now lives in Brooklyn, New York where she teaches "artistic" yoga classes (www.livingroomyoga.com) to those in need of a little untangling.
-Broadsided Publications- 12/15/05: "Green"; 8/1/07: "Roulade"
Jim Benning (jimbenning.com) is a photographer/designer living in Anchorage, Alaska using images to show how he sees things, places and people that ignite his curiosity. He says: "Interesting images go beyond the initial pull of the visual and instigate contemplation of attraction and response over a longer time. As a member of the board for the Alaska Photographic Center I work to bring photographers to Alaska to share their photographic vision and inspiration with the local community."
-Broadsided Publications- 9/1/06: "Insurance Man 1946"; 7/1/07: "Collected Fragments Detailing Your Journey"; 1/1/08: "Canned Food Drive"; 8/1/09: "Interview: Antique Iron Bed"; 4/1/11: "No Diving"; 7/1/15: "Lake George, 1922"
David Bernardy is an artist, a writer and a dad. He likes lost things, old things, and dogs. www.davidbernardy.com
-Broadsided Publications- 12/1/15: "Nightride(s)"
Jenny Bevill grew up in Alabama, spent most of her life in New York City and finally moved to Montana. She received her BFA from Parsons School of Design and her MA from Teachers College. She loves designing experiences for groups of people to engage with art. A teaching artist with the Guggenheim Museum for a decade she now teaches at Flathead Valley Community College and has started a Virtual Museum project, bringing the museums of NYC to northwestern Montana. New work: jennybevillart on instagram.
-Broadsided Publications- 7/1/09: "The Space Traveler and Wandering"; 12/10/10: Emily Dickinson Tribute; 5/1/16: "Rules for Cave Diving" & "Homeless"
Anne Bradfield lives in Seattle and owns a floral design studio (www.floressencedesign.com). With a background in printmaking and an appreciation for good reads, she thinks broadsides capture the best of both worlds.
-Broadsided Publications- "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer"; 1/1/06: "Nineteen Thirty-Four"; 3/15/06: "The Ladies' Man"
Undine Brod earned various degrees from The Ohio State University and the University of Washington. Her primary medium is clay, which she combines with found objects of domestic origins. Undine utilizes animal imagery as representations of emotional states not fixed to time, place, or specific experiences. Her work reflects an experience of a contemporary culture that is not whole. Her studio and home are in Rhinebeck, New York. View more of her work at www.undinebrod.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 4/1/06: "A Coat"; 8/1/08: "Ghazal for the Woman from Vitez"; 11/15/15: Responses: Syrian Refugee Crisis "Lost Souls"
Caleb Brown, a storydrawer, lives in north west central Massachusetts with his wife, twin boys and a big black dog named Pickles. Caleb has spent much of his professional life practicing information architecture and software interface design, striving always to make experiences more humane or understandable or interesting. More at caleb-brown.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 8/1/06: "Mouth"; 5/1/07: "Third Crescent Moon (After Ritsos)"; 5/1/09: "Snowshoe to Otter Creek"; 1/1/11: "2010 Haiku Year-in-Review (Winter)"; 1/1/12: "2011 Haiku Year-in-Review (Spring)"; 8/1/13: "Where bushes periodically burn, children fear other children: girls"; 1/1/14: "2013 Haiku Year-in-Review (Spring)"; 2/1/16: "State of Deseret"
Karen Cappotto recently won the Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed grant for painting and is featured in a new book by Deborah Forman: Contemporary Cape Cod Artists Images of Land and Sea. Cappotto works in oil and collage, giving both evidence of the hand through layering, scratching, and drawing across the surface compositions. Karen studied at The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Boston College, and Manchester College at Oxford University. Karen has maintained her art studio in Provincetown, MA for several years. She is represented by AMP Gallery. www.karencappotto.com
-Broadsided Publications- 4/1/15: "Pepsi"; 11/15/15: Responses: Syrian Refugee Crisis "Fragment"
Artist Douglas Culhane works in sculpture and drawing. He has exhibited in New York and New England. See more of his work at www.douglasculhane.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 7/1/06: "Edison in Love"; 9/15/06: "In the Library of the Fairy Tale"; 7/1/08: "Neighborhood Watch"; 9/1/09: "Yard work"; 9/1/10: "Extirpation"; 11/1/12: "April and Silence"; 1/2/14: "It Is"; 10/1/14: "Handkerchief"
Maura Cunningham is a Boston based visual artist. Using a variety of media, her work is an exploration of perception, memory, time and the varying states of consciousness that influence our experiences. www.mauracunningham.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 10/1/13: "Ghazal 17"; 1/1/14: Responses: Typhoon Haiyan "A Typhoon Blues"; 5/1/14: "Disappear"; 12/1/14: Responses: Ebola "Hands Make Their Movements"
Artist TC Epperson is a woman of leisure living in Honolulu, Hawaii with her Air-Force-officer husband and their three children. She occupies herself by reading, writing, drawing and teaching English Composition.
-Broadsided Publications- 10/15/06: "The Whipping Woman"
Anya Ermak-Bower earned a graphic / interior design degree in Russia. She works with a wide variety of mediums, enjoys sculpture and experimental arts. She reflects on her life experiences through visual arts while raising her sons in Alaska.
-Broadsided Publications- 5/1/06: "Sketch of an Astronaut"; 11/15/06: "joe"; 4/1/07: "Dishes" (selected for The Switcheroo); 10/1/07: "Learning History in Nursery School"; 10/1/10: "Mooring Stones"; 9/1/13: "Confession Concerning the Ocean"
Artist Julie Evanoff is a Brooklyn based artist who works in drawing, painting and video animation. She exhibited recently at: Gallery Niklas Belenius, Stories real and vividly imagined, Stockholm, Sweden; Hallways, Brooklyn, NY. She was awarded the Geraldine Dodge Grant from The Women's Studio Workshop and the Vermont Studio Center. Of her work, she says, "I create environments in which human and animal characters from disparate times and cultures interact socially. Using sources ranging from Jungian philosophy to classical myth to images from popular culture, I question what happens when mismatched archetypes cross paths in disjointed landscapes."
-Broadsided Publications- 4/1/10: "Ex Ovo Omnia" (Selected for the Switcheroo"
Cheryl Gross has an MFA in New Forms from Pratt and her work has often been compared to Dr. Seuss on crack. She writes: "When asked about my work, I always equate it with creating an environment transforming my inner thoughts into reality. Much like an architect or urban planner, that reality and humor becomes the foundation of the work. Beginning with the physical process, I work in layers. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, my urban influence has indeed added an "edge" to my work. Coming from a totally vertical and intense environment, I now live in Jersey City, NJ." www.cmgross.com
-Broadsided Publications- 6/1/09: "In Livingston Parish, Dreaming of Li Po"; 5/1/10: "Composition 101"; 1/1/11: "2010 Haiku Year-in-Review (Spring)"; 6/1/11: "Responses: For & From Japan"; 11/1/11: "Red House, Indiana"; 5/1/12: "Cost Benefit" (selected for The Switcheroo); 1/1/13: "2012 Haiku Year-in-Review (Summer)"; 1/1/14: Responses: Typhoon Haiyan "That Which Binds Us"
Ira Joel Haber was born and lives in Brooklyn New York. He is a sculptor, painter, book dealer and teacher who sometimes writes poetry and movie reviews. His work has been seen in numerous group shows both in USA and Europe and he has had 9 one-man shows including several retrospectives of his sculpture. His work is in the collections of New York University, The Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum, The Hirshhorn Museum & The Albright-Knox Art Gallery. In 2004 he received The Adolph Gottlieb Foundation grant. Currently he teaches art at the United Federation of Teachers Retiree Program in Brooklyn. (View Ira's Work)
-Broadsided Publications- 12/1/06: "The undeniable desire for physical contact among boys of a certain age"; 3/1/07: "Circus"; 9/1/07: "January Elegy"; 6/1/08: "Under Construction"; 3/1/10: "Dear Body"; 2/1/11: "Botanical Garden"; 5/1/11: "The Company of Weeds"; 6/1/11: "Responses: For & From Japan"; 4/1/12: "Delivering to the Client"; 11/1/13: "The Seahorse Motel"; 1/1/14: Responses: Typhoon Haiyan "Glass Walls Do Not a Barrier Make"; 8/1/14: "Dear Atom Bomb,"; 12/1/14: Responses: Ebola "Ebola"; 8/1/15: "Limits"; 11/15/15: Responses: Syrian Refugee Crisis "Don't Name Me, Call Me Nothing at All"; Responses: Flint "Tallying Up;" 6/1/16: "island sided";
Andrew Harbison is a librarian and a human.
-Broadsided Publications- 2/15/06: "Goldfish are Ordinary"
Jen P. Harris (Hudson, NY) is a conceptual/representational visual artist working in painting and works on paper. She received her MFA in Painting from Queens College CUNY and her BA in Art from Yale. Her work has been included in numerous solo and group shows in New York and elsewhere; recent exhibition venues include the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation and Gallery 151 (New York, NY); the Rockland Center for the Arts (West Nyack, NY); the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (Wilmington). Her works on paper were recently selected to be included in The Drawing Center's Viewing Program. www.jenpharris.com
-Broadsided Publications- 12/10/10: Emily Dickinson Tribute
Stacy Isenbarger is an artist and professor whose creative pursuits include sculpture, installation, mixed-media drawings, & mentorship. She teaches Art + Design at the University of Idaho in Moscow, ID. When she's not working or making—and sometimes when she is—she's usually dancing. She finds that the act continuously validates her joy of community acceptance and shaking up space. More on this can be found at www.stacyisenbarger.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 3/1/13: "Landing Under Water I See Roots"; 7/1/13: "Spring Is Here"; 2/1/15: "Another Elegy"; Responses: Flint "In Amber"
Lochlann Jain is a professor at Stanford, where they work at the intersections of drawing, visual representation, social theory, and critical analysis.
-Broadsided Publications- 2/1/10: "Replacing the Window, Downtown Medford"; 1/1/13: "2012 Haiku Year-in-Review (Winter & Spring)"
Helen Beckman Kaplan is a painter who was educated at Rhode Island School of Design, Tyler School of Art, Indiana University and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She has been a resident at Yaddo and Millay Colony, and has exhibited at AC Project Room, Edward Thorp Gallery, and Newman Popiashvili Gallery. She lives in Brooklyn with a husband, a son, and a marmalade cat.
-Broadsided Publications- 3/1/08: "Mayflies"; 11/1/08: "Empire"; 2/1/09: "From a Lighthouse Keeper"
Meghan Keane is a painter and printmaker. Recent projects include a solo exhibition and feature documentary film, "PROJECT NIHON / sustainable art travel," in Tokyo, Japan and a three person show in Quito, Ecuador. Keane is the founding director of meghan.keane.studio (meghankeanestudio.com) and a visiting alumni artist at the Brooklyn College art department printshop. She currently paints couples worldwide. pasdedeuxproject.com
-Broadsided Publications- 12/1/10: "As Any Approaching Might Smile and Stop"; 12/10/10: Emily Dickinson Tribute; 9/1/11: "Dear Johnny"; 3/1/12: "The Ringmaster Answers the Phone"; 7/1/12: "Matches; 11/1/12: "Lexiconography 1; 6/1/13: "The Glass Images"; 3/1/15: "Almost Spring"
Christoph Keller was born and raised in St. Gallen, Switzerland. He is the author of numerous plays, essays anthologies and novels. Keller's photographs have been shown in New York, and he often collaborates with artists. Keller's most recent books are A Meaningful Life, short prose in English (2015), and Das Steinauge, a novel in German (2016), both with his photographs. He is married to the American poet Jan Heller Levi and lives in New York.
-Broadsided Publications- 6/1/11: "Indigenous"
Michele L'Heureux is an artist and curator from Waltham, Mass. She is director of the Beard and Weil Galleries at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., and regularly serves as a guest curator, critic, and educator at a variety of academic and nonprofit venues. Check out her work at www.michelelheureux.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 12/1/13: "Hockey Poem"; 1/1/15: "The Owls"; 5/1/15: "Beginning Moon" (Switcheroo)
Amy Meissner is an artist, writer and mother living in Anchorage, Alaska. Her textile-based artwork has shown nationally, with award-winning work residing in the permanent collection at the Anchorage Museum as well as in several private collections. She blogs about the collision of personal history, family and art at www.amymeissner.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 2/1/06: "The Gift"; 4/15/06: "Paying the Bills"; 8/1/12: "Stop Doing That"; 11/1/12: "April och tystnad"; 4/1/14: "The Second Fallacy"; 6/1/14: "Monkey"; 12/1/14: Responses: Ebola "To Weeping"; 1/1/16: "The Butterfly Farm"
Kevin Morrow is a native of Wisconsin who received his BFA in sculpture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2003. Soon thereafter, he received his MFA degree from the University of Auckland, New Zealand where he studied in the Contemporary Maori Department (Te Toi Hou). Upon completion, Morrow returned to the U.S. to live and work in Austin, Texas where he spent a year or so concentrating on earthworks. Morrow now lives and works in New York. Images of other work at www.kevinpmorrow.com
-Broadsided Publications- 9/1/08: "Open"; 4/1/09: "Collective Origins as Ulysses/Uxoria; 11/1/10: "Aphasia"; 6/1/11: "Responses: For & From Japan"; 10/1/11: "Searching for Poems on Grief"; 1/1/12: "2011 Haiku Year-in-Review (Fall)"; 1/3/14: "This is life"
Jennifer Moses is a painter living in Boston. She is also a professor of art at the University of New Hampshire She was educated at Bennington College, Tyler School of Art, Indiana University and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. She has exhibited her work throughout New England, and is a member of the Kingston Gallery in Boston. She is one of the 2010-2011 recipients of a yearlong fellowship at the Roswell Artist Residency Program in Roswell New Mexico, and has also been an artist in residence at Yaddo in May/June 2012 and again in 2014. More at www.jennifermosespainting.com
-Broadsided Publications- 11/1/10: "Aphasia"; 1/1/11: "2010 Haiku Year-in-Review (Fall)"; 1/1/12: "2011 Haiku Year-in-Review (Summer)"; 3/1/13: "Landing Under Water I See Roots"; 10/1/13: "Heart with Park and Children"; 10/1/15: "Afterlife: Ursus arctos"
A. F. Norling (www.afnorling.com): "I am 35 years old, married, with a young daughter and two dogs of questionable breeding. I have lived in Maine for the majority of my life and enjoy it thoroughly in the late spring, summer and early fall. My history includes growing up on a working farm, giving my poor parents an amazing amount of grief, and reluctantly attending various grade schools. Eventually, I found my niche at the Rhode Island School of Design. I'm a professional daydreamer and my artwork is dictated by emotion."
-Broadsided Publications- 5/1/08: "Meditation on the Treason of His Body"; 5/1/09: "Advice to Women on the Graveyard Shift"; 8/1/10: "Rosary Catholic Church
Kara Page (née Searcy) is an acrylic painter who grew up with the sagebrush and dust of Idaho. She has a BA in Creative Writing, and her poetry and paintings have been published here and there. Currently most of her waking moments are spent with her husband and children. Every day comes with an adventure and an opportunity to take chances, make mistakes, and get messy! See work at thecloudfactory.tumblr.com.
-Broadsided Publications- 12/1/11: "Tile Drainage"; 1/1/12: "2011 Haiku Year-in-Review (Winter)"; 6/1/12: "Bereavement Dinner"; 2/1/13: "Dear Corporation, Early Years to Present"; 5/1/13: "Matthew 7"; 12/1/14: "Wyoming"; 11/1/15: "In the Midst of Songs"
Se Thut Quon lives in Kentucky.
-Broadsided Publications- 12/10/10: Emily Dickinson Tribute; 8/1/11: "Certain, Impossible, Likely"; 2/1/12: "Omnivore"; 10/1/12: "Pescados de Pesadillas"; 6/1/15: "Company"
Janice Redman is a sculptor, beekeper, and mother who lives on Cape Cod. A former fellow of the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, she shows at Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Massachusetts and her work is in the permanent collection of the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
-Broadsided Publications- 9/1/14: "To You and For You";11/15/15: Responses: Syrian Refugee Crisis "You are migrant"
Lisa Sette lives and works on Cape Cod.
-Broadsided Publications- 1/15/06: "Last Meal: Photographs"; 5/15/06: "And Day Brought Back My Night"; 6/1/07: "The Car Covenant"; 12/1/08: "Late"; 6/1/10: "At the Christmas Party for the Infectious Diseases"; 10/1/13: "Ghazal 17"; 10/1/14: "Mammaraq (Innuŋŋuuraq)" / "The Doll (A Pretend Person)"; Responses: Flint "My History of Lead"
Elizabeth Terhune received her MFA from Hunter College and her BA from Oberlin College. She was the recipient of a Yaddo Fellowship in 1998. She has exhibited widely throughout the United States. Her most recent shows include a two-person show at Feast Gallery in Saratoga Springs, NY, a four-person show at Metaphor Contemporary Art in Brooklyn, NY, and a one-person exhibition at the Lake George Arts Project, Lake George, NY. You can view some of her work online at www.elizabethterhune.com, and selected works in the Pierogi Gallery Flat Files, Brooklyn, NY, as well as through the Drawing Center's Online Viewing Program Artist Registry. She teaches painting and drawing at the 92nd Street Y and at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies in New York City. In addition, this summer she will be teaching intermediate/advanced oil painting at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY (website). She lives in upper Manhattan with her husband, the poet Mark Sullivan (author of Slag).
-Broadsided Publications- 11/1/06: "Mahogany"; 2/1/07: "Snow Over Shaver's Fork"; 2/1/08: "The Prosthetic"; 4/1/08: "Among Trees (or) The Heart is a Bee Hive"; 3/1/09: "In Our Time"; 12/1/09: "Wreckage: By Sea (i)"; 12/1/10: "As Any Approaching Might Smile and Stop"; 12/10/10: Emily Dickinson Tribute; 7/1/11: Harvest City; 11/1/14: "Station"; 9/1/15: "Lighthouse
Gabe Travis is an artist who makes a living designing and building hiking trails throughout Alaska. He has been making art on commission for about 15 years and producing fine art notecards featuring these works (available at www.gabetravis.com). Currently, Gabe is building a small post and beam log cabin by hand on his property near Denali National Park.
-Broadsided Publications- 10/1/09: "Some Things I Know Without the Field Guide"; 3/1/11: "Critique of Pure Reason"; 4/1/13: "Wu Wei"; 5/1/13: "Mixed Media"
Sarah Van Sanden lives in Seattle, where she takes every opportunity to relish in urban nature. She has studied visual art, botany and design and makes her living designing and building landscapes. In her spare time she works on various creative projects with plants and plant materials.
-Broadsided Publications- 9/1/12: "Dhanaivi at 16 in the South Bronx"; 1/1/13: "2012 Haiku Year-in-Review (Fall)"; 7/1/14: "A Poem by Brian McGuigan"; 11/15/15: Responses: Syrian Refugee Crisis "The Seeds of Aleppo"
Sam Vernon earned her MFA in Painting/Printmaking from Yale University in 2015 and her BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 2009. Her installations combine xeroxed drawings, photographs, paintings and sculptural components in an exploration of personal narrative and identity. She uses installation and performance to honor the past while revising historical memory. Vernon has most recently exhibited with the Seattle Art Museum, Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the Emery Community Arts Center at the University of Maine, Farmington, MoCADA, or the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts in Brooklyn.
-Broadsided Publications- 3/1/16: "fall poem"