Halisi Noel-Johnson

Halisi has only recently begin creating at NIAD Art Center  // Halisi’s available work // recent exhibition history Redefining Contemporary Art // organized by Courtney Eldridge Depot Steamboat Springs 2019 Prints: An Overview // NIAD Art Center 2018

Mireya Betances

Mireya Betances sorts through her environment for images and text to use in her work. Whether its an ad in a magazine or a completed drawing from another artist all is fair play. Mireya’s work is mimetic in nature, but Read More …

Carlota Rodriguez

Carlota Rodriguez has only recently begun to create at NIAD. // Carlota’s available work //  recent exhibition history Redefining Contemporary Art // organized by Courtney Eldridge Depot Steamboat Springs 2019 The Handmade // Rock Paper Scissors Collective Oakland 2018 Carlota Read More …

Matthew Wilson

The thing that’s fascinating about Matthew Wilson’s drawings is that he draws the interior and exterior of machines at the same time, as if he has x-ray vision. And, after studying videos of machines, heavy equipment, transportation and amusement park Read More …

Jesus Salas (b. 1991)

Daily, Jesus Salas documents the interior of the bus that brings him to Art Center in graphite and sometimes marker on a found sheet of paper. Less frequently, and on the flip side of the page, he captures the exterior Read More …

Jonathan Valdivias (b. 1988)

Artist Jonathan Valdivias prefers moody colors but goes multipigmented for the many images he says are a self-portrait. The resulting narratives reflect his self-perception and emotional sensitivities as well as his mastery of acrylics.  // Jonathan’s available work // recent Read More …

Linda Marie Stewart (b. 1967)

Linda Marie Stewart creates some amazing large-scale fiber works as well as drawings. The drawings are colorful and free-flowing like a lively conversation between two friends, loaded with popular cultural references and psychedelic insignia. The wall works are also brightly Read More …

Alice Sampson (b. 1942)

Alice Sampson captures — on paper or with fiber — real and imagined creatures of the sea and sky. She also makes some fabulous fabric watches. // Alice’s available work // Recent exhibition history Hanging On a Thread: Fiber Art Read More …

Ann Meade (b. 1962)

Ann Meade’s work is a truly rare combination of geometric abstraction and figuration. Not unlike some of the work associated with the Mission School, Meade crafts art that features the everyday — baseball players, cats etc — snuggled amidst a Read More …

Erica Martinez (b. 1983)

 Although often figurative in nature, Erica Martinez’ work features a flatness of space first espoused by Picasso. Her portrait paintings sport a vibrant palette that seems to blast the image off of any intended picture plane.  // Erica’s available work Read More …