Mia Chan
Mia Chan

“A blue distortion 2”

Tos Chan
Tos Chan

they/them. “Disconnected”

Amanda Montesinos
Amanda Montesinos
Julia Vargas
Julia Vargas

she/hers. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Maxine Bell
Maxine Bell

私は間違いなく機械です。

learning to pride myself and my body in its overcoming and continuous overcoming of grief and trauma. Finding inspiration and perseverance in Yayoi Kusama’s story and works and in writings by Lily Cho and Mitsuye Yamada. Life can really be a bitch sometimes but damn I’m still here smiling and wearing my favorite pair of shoes.


Christina Dietz
Christina Dietz

she/hers. “Self Preservation”

Christina Dietz is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, where she received a BA in psychology and a BFA in Sculpture. She is interested in addressing power dynamics with dark humor and sees food as a representation of humans. Both have a short shelf life before they expire.

Gabrielle Sacha
Gabrielle Sacha

Pink

Callum Radley
Callum Radley

they/them. Walking a fine line between femme and them. An artist constantly breaking the 4th wall of this divine 4th dimensional tragedy/comedy. caught between worlds. Identifies as: crybaby, clown, luvbug, cryptid, goblin, bastard.

Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes
Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes

she/hers.

A first gen American who loves hugs and wishes the world would be a warmer place. Exists in turtlenecks and the same mom jeans she wears every day. A big believer in signs and positive energy. Would eat tacos al pastor every day if she could. Always down for spontaneity and laughter.

Gwen Kudabeck
Gwen Kudabeck

I'm a 20 year old aspiring photographer from Hot Springs, AR.  When I'm not taking photos, I take care of my cat, cook, and knit or crochet. My goal for the future is to be able to make or repurpose anything using fiber or cloth and to capture vanishing viewpoints and places with my camera.

Julia Vargas
Julia Vargas

she/hers. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Hayden Wolff
Hayden Wolff

he/they. trans man, hates gender and cats. likes making computers follow precise instructions.

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Mia Moore
Mia Moore

she/hers

Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly

she/hers. “My Metereologist”

Amanda Montesinos
Amanda Montesinos

“I believe that the most beautiful aspects of life are often over looked. With my work I search for beauty in all moments. From the sink full of dishes I frequently hide from to the ways the sun can make any object majestic. When we find beauty in our everyday lives we are more capable of finding peace. I hope viewers leave my work appreciating the mundane moments and objects in their everyday lives and appreciate them a bit more”


Julia Vargas
Julia Vargas

she/her. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Callum Radley
Callum Radley

they/them. Walking a fine line between femme and them. An artist constantly breaking the 4th wall of this divine 4th dimensional tragedy/comedy. caught between worlds. Identifies as: crybaby, clown, luvbug, cryptid, goblin, bastard.

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Paola Gomez
Paola Gomez

she/hers. Colombia.

Hayden Wolff
Hayden Wolff

(he/they): trans man, hates gender and cats, likes making computers follow precise instructions


Maxine Bell
Maxine Bell

she/hers.

learning to pride myself and my body in its overcoming and continuous overcoming of grief and trauma. Finding inspiration and perseverance in Yayoi Kusama’s story and works and in writings by Lily Cho and Mitsuye Yamada. Life can really be a bitch sometimes but damn I’m still here smiling and wearing my favorite pair of shoes.

Maria Fong
Maria Fong
Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly

she/hers. “My Way or the Highway”

Karina Ramirez Broken.jpg
Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes
Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes

she/hers.

A first gen American who loves hugs and wishes the world would be a warmer place. Exists in turtlenecks and the same mom jeans she wears every day. A big believer in signs and positive energy. Would eat tacos al pastor every day if she could. Always down for spontaneity and laughter.

Mia Chan
Tos Chan
Amanda Montesinos
Julia Vargas
Maxine Bell
Christina Dietz
Gabrielle Sacha
Callum Radley
Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes
Gwen Kudabeck
Julia Vargas
Hayden Wolff
VISUAL ART 10 I2.jpg
Mia Moore
Priya Skelly
Amanda Montesinos
Julia Vargas
Callum Radley
Nina 1.jpg
Paola Gomez
Hayden Wolff
Maxine Bell
Maria Fong
Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly
Karina Ramirez Broken.jpg
Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes
Mia Chan

“A blue distortion 2”

Tos Chan

they/them. “Disconnected”

Amanda Montesinos
Julia Vargas

she/hers. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Maxine Bell

私は間違いなく機械です。

learning to pride myself and my body in its overcoming and continuous overcoming of grief and trauma. Finding inspiration and perseverance in Yayoi Kusama’s story and works and in writings by Lily Cho and Mitsuye Yamada. Life can really be a bitch sometimes but damn I’m still here smiling and wearing my favorite pair of shoes.


Christina Dietz

she/hers. “Self Preservation”

Christina Dietz is a recent graduate of the Pennsylvania State University, where she received a BA in psychology and a BFA in Sculpture. She is interested in addressing power dynamics with dark humor and sees food as a representation of humans. Both have a short shelf life before they expire.

Gabrielle Sacha

Pink

Callum Radley

they/them. Walking a fine line between femme and them. An artist constantly breaking the 4th wall of this divine 4th dimensional tragedy/comedy. caught between worlds. Identifies as: crybaby, clown, luvbug, cryptid, goblin, bastard.

Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes

she/hers.

A first gen American who loves hugs and wishes the world would be a warmer place. Exists in turtlenecks and the same mom jeans she wears every day. A big believer in signs and positive energy. Would eat tacos al pastor every day if she could. Always down for spontaneity and laughter.

Gwen Kudabeck

I'm a 20 year old aspiring photographer from Hot Springs, AR.  When I'm not taking photos, I take care of my cat, cook, and knit or crochet. My goal for the future is to be able to make or repurpose anything using fiber or cloth and to capture vanishing viewpoints and places with my camera.

Julia Vargas

she/hers. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Hayden Wolff

he/they. trans man, hates gender and cats. likes making computers follow precise instructions.

Mia Moore

she/hers

Priya Skelly

she/hers. “My Metereologist”

Amanda Montesinos

“I believe that the most beautiful aspects of life are often over looked. With my work I search for beauty in all moments. From the sink full of dishes I frequently hide from to the ways the sun can make any object majestic. When we find beauty in our everyday lives we are more capable of finding peace. I hope viewers leave my work appreciating the mundane moments and objects in their everyday lives and appreciate them a bit more”


Julia Vargas

she/her. “Transformation”

This is Lil, a beautiful intellect, a warrior, a genderqueer drag king from Texas. Here she shares an intimate behind the scenes look at her intimate self, of her duality of feminine and masculine energy, not as fetish, but as a glorious thread in our human tapestry.

Callum Radley

they/them. Walking a fine line between femme and them. An artist constantly breaking the 4th wall of this divine 4th dimensional tragedy/comedy. caught between worlds. Identifies as: crybaby, clown, luvbug, cryptid, goblin, bastard.

Paola Gomez

she/hers. Colombia.

Hayden Wolff

(he/they): trans man, hates gender and cats, likes making computers follow precise instructions


Maxine Bell

she/hers.

learning to pride myself and my body in its overcoming and continuous overcoming of grief and trauma. Finding inspiration and perseverance in Yayoi Kusama’s story and works and in writings by Lily Cho and Mitsuye Yamada. Life can really be a bitch sometimes but damn I’m still here smiling and wearing my favorite pair of shoes.

Maria Fong
Priya Skelly
Priya Skelly

she/hers. “My Way or the Highway”

Paula Gil-Ordoñez Gomes

she/hers.

A first gen American who loves hugs and wishes the world would be a warmer place. Exists in turtlenecks and the same mom jeans she wears every day. A big believer in signs and positive energy. Would eat tacos al pastor every day if she could. Always down for spontaneity and laughter.

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