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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE

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HAOYUN ERIN ZHAO

Haoyun Erin Zhao is a multidisciplinary artist based in San Francisco, CA, working in printmaking, painting, sculpture, and installation. Rooted in her study of Eastern and Western Philosophy, Zhao’s work explores the intangibility of perception through the physicality of her materials. 

 

Zhao’s the recipient of Meta Open Arts, Edition/Basel Printmaking Residency, Kala Art Institute Artist in Residence, In Cahoots Residency, Hearts in SF Project, etc. The artist’s work has been exhibited at de Young Museum, Art Santa Fe Contemporary Art Fair, International Print Center New York, Galerie Kuchling Berlin, Root Division SF, Heron Arts, Mirus Gallery, Glass Rice Gallery, 111 Minna Gallery, etc. Her work is in the collections of IBM, Meta (Facebook), Kaiser Permanente, Children’s Hospital of Orange County, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Boston Children’s Hospital, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Kala Art Institute, and numerous private collections.

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STELLA WITCHER

Stella Witcher is a creative director and multimedia artist from London whose work sits at the intersection of identity, queerness, occult and bio art. Stella has designed over 150 masks for installation and performance, travelled to 45 countries, and eaten approximately 70 cupcakes this year. When she is not ‘masked up’ she is a creative director and events producer working in fashion, media and film. 

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JAX PARTLOW

Jax Partlow is a stained and leaded glass artist based in Los Angeles. While formally trained in graphic design, Jax prefers the longevity and physical aspects that glasswork affords her, as well as a very tangible connection with her late father. It was only after she was left his tools that she gravitated toward the craft while living in Hungary. Thoughtful, romantic and functional, stained glass fulfills a creative desire for Jax as an artist, while meeting her designer side with its utilitarian appeal. She is most recognized for her Public Piece Project in which she installs her art in unlikely spaces. Jax’s work has been featured in Stained Glass Magazine, The Corning Museum of Glass: New Glass Review 2022 and by her own accord in the streets of Los Angeles. 

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JESS TOLBERT

Jess Tolbert is a craftsperson based in the El Paso, Texas borderlands of the United States. Their practice reconsiders manufactured, everyday products and materials as wearable and intimate objects. This duality considers how the industrially-made and the handcrafted challenge our nostalgic, imagined, and actual relationship with labor, the built/maintained environment, and identity. Utilizing and inspired by the seemingly commonplace, Jess bridges the gap between disparate modes of making in order to consider the role material, process, and people play in the production of things and spaces.


Jess is currently an Assistant Professor of Art and Head of the Jewelry + Metals program at University of Texas, El Paso, as well as the co-founder of the curatorial group Secret Identity Projects. Their work is recognized nationally and internationally and was recently selected as finalist for the prestigious Loewe Craft Prize 2020, exhibited at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Jess is represented by Gallery Loupe (Montclair, NJ, USA) and Gallery 2052 (Chicago, IL, USA).

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