Elisabeth Gordon
BFA, Integrated Media Arts Practices (IMAP)
Website / Email / @elisabethgordon2020

I graduated summa cum laude in the Spring of 2020 with a BFA in Art Practices and a minor in Business Entrepreneurship. I focus on digitally manipulated images and alternative photographic printing processes such as cyanotype, van dyke, gum bichromate, and screen printing. While my interest in history and tactility is what drives my process, my work is mostly used as a way of communicating ideas of memory and connection. This stems from my personal life and daily reflections and can be extended to speak on current social and political ideas. With my work I hope to start impactful conversations for a broad array of individuals both in and out of the art world.

Posted Sep. 16, 2020

Sara St. Clair
BFA, Sculpture & Post-Studio Practice
Website / Email

St. Clair is an interdisciplinary artist who contemplates the nuances of communication and interpersonal connection in modern society. She has shown work at Dab Art (Los Angeles, CA), Beacon Gallery (Kansas City, MO), and Rancho La Florida (Antonito, CO). The artist has begun working with soft craft materials in an attempt to create physical ties which reflect our mental and emotional connections.

Posted Sep. 16, 2020

Grace Groves
BFA, Ceramics
Website / Email / @grace_groves

Grace Groves is a visual artist from Boulder, Colorado. She received her BFA from the University of Colorado where she worked primarily in clay. Her knowledge in wood and metal fabrication allows her to combine mediums narratively through sculpture. Her work questions the conflicting relationship between vulnerability and co-dependence prompted by confronting childhood memories of her fathers' homicide.

Posted Sep. 16, 2020

Taylor Hosford
MA, Art History

Posted Feb. 25, 2021