Alison is a painter from New Haven, CT. Her other interests include philosophy and literature, specifically feminist works that deal with socialization and the domestic. Her current exhibition deals with interior space and concepts of home. She has also worked with imagery around abandoned sites in and around New Haven. Her abstract paintings deal with the natural landscape in the same region. She has studied at Trinity College and the New York Studio School with a focus on oil painting.
“Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” – Gustave Flaubert
Karen is a multimedia artist. She is a 1.5-generation undocumented (currently under DACA) immigrant born in Iztapalapa, Mexico, and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Her work focuses on themes surrounding identity and belonging.
Keesha lives in Australia and has been involved in photography for ten years. Although she was trained in dark-room photography, she now enjoys digital photography as well.
A Seattle native, Isabel made the leap to the East Coast on her own four years ago to attend Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Since then, she has lived in New York City and Amsterdam, conquering the world and discovering new cultures. Her biggest passions are painting, Arabic, and traveling which this project beautifully ties together. A Mexican-American who holds a lot of value in her heritage and family, Isabel is the youngest of seven siblings and a first-generation college student. She will graduate this May as a Psychology major and Studio Arts minor but was able to complete a thesis alongside the majors in the department. This is her first public show.
Caitlin is a studio art and sociology major. In addition to her academic pursuits, she is also a coxswain on the women’s rowing team and the president of The Mill. She is currently working from home as a freelance artist, and she hopes to pursue graduate school once it is again safe to do so.
Aidan is primarily interested in landscapes and figurative subject matter, working mostly in oil paint and charcoal. He grew up in New York City and currently lives in Westchester with his family. He hopes to continue his art making and education after graduating from Trinity College.