Andrew Strout


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Andrew L. Strout is Professor at the University of Oklahoma School of Art + Art History where he established the photography program in 1978.

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Craig Coleman


Coleman’s images are created using a new technique developed
by the artist to create abstract imagery. The images are conceived
by removing the standard commercial lens on a digital camera, and
substituting it with various hand-held lenses. Exploring expanded
definitions of photography, light is captured and refracted in a unique way. These images place the examination of light itself at the center of visual observation by projecting light onto a digital “stage”.

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Albert Chong

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Artist Statement

                                       Albert Chong

I have been able to create an extensive and varied body of art in photography and installation art with the occasional forays into video, sculpture and artist books. My early works in photography earned critical recognition for its contribution to the multiculturism movement in the visual arts specifically my visual narratives on race, identity, family, nationalism, mysticism and spirituality as expressed in art.  

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Kerry Skarbakka

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Kerry Skarbakka is an artist and educator working in photography and video. He received his B.A. in Studio Art (sculpture) in 1994 from the University of Washington, and completed his MFA in Photography from Columbia College in Chicago in 2003. Solo exhibitions include the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, Fifty-One Fine Art Photography-Antwerp, Belgium, Irvine Contemporary- Washington DC, and Lawrimore Project-Seattle. Group shows include the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Taubman Museum of Art, Virginia, Ahlen Art Museum,
Germany and the Warhol Museum. His work has been featured in such notable publications as Aperture, Afterimage, Art and America, and ArtReview International. Skarbakka has received funding and support from the Creative Capital Foundation,
the 1% for the Arts (City of Seattle) and the Illinois Arts Council. Additionally, he has appeared on live interviews on FOX, WGN and NBC’s Today Show. Skarbakka is currently a full-faculty of Digital Media and Photographic Studies at Prescott College, Arizona.

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