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5 from 1: Lesli Robertson

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. Lesli Robertson (link) Bond  Heal  Loss, 2012 concrete, aluminum, mixed media interactive installation 8′ x 8′ x 1′

5 from 1: Lesli Robertson

5 from 1: Danielle Riede

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. Danielle Riede (link) Talking to Tecumseh, 2011 artificial flowers recuperated from crafts dimensions variable

5 from 1: Danielle Riede

5 from 1: Todd Camplin

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. Todd Camplin (link) 89% of “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance”, 2012 ink on Clayboard 8″ x 10″

5 from 1: Todd Camplin

5 from 1: Rebekah Myers & Tim Berg

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. Rebekah Myers & Tim Berg  (link) Installation in a Valise (Cause & Effect),  2010 earthenware, glaze, gold luster, walnut, Styrofoam, wool felt, black acrylic, spray enamel, brass, velvet 32″ […]

5 from 1: Rebekah Myers & Tim Berg

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