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5 from 1: Brad Ford Smith

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you. Brad Ford Smith (link) Servings,  2011 six rapid prototype resin sculpture prints served on vintage Buffalo china 3″ x 3″x 1/2″

5 from 1: Brad Ford Smith

5 from 1: Paul Booker

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   Paul Booker  (link) Balloon Form Spiral #2, 2009 ink, Lexan, steel pins 7″ x 9″x 11″

5 from 1: Paul Booker

5 from 1: Jennifer Sánchez

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   Jennifer Sánchez (link) ny.11.#10, 2011 mixed media on panel 2 panels, each 16″ x 12″

5 from 1: Jennifer Sánchez

5 from 1: Brian Spolans

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   Brian Spolans (link) Mountain Energy, 2011 Graphite, Ink Acrylic Watercolor on Panel 13″ x 18″

5 from 1: Brian Spolans

5 from 1: Heather Johnson

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   Heather Johnson (link) Artificial Heart, 2009 Thread on Linen 7″ x 7.5″

5 from 1: Heather Johnson

5 from 1: Steve Gibson

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   Steve Gibson (link) Tasman’s Folly, 2011 Oil on Linen 18″ x 24″

5 from 1: Steve Gibson

5 from 1: David Willburn

5 from 1 presents the work of one artist in conversation with five sources that are driving their studio practice. The rest is up to you.   David Willburn (link) Never Too Far Apart, 2011 Embroidery on Felt Mounted on Wood Panels, Wood Bases 41″ x 22″x 16″

5 from 1: David Willburn