Lola Brooks

Lola Brooks began her arts education at Pratt Institute and then went on to study with Jamie Bennett and Myra Mimlitsch-Gray at SUNY New Paltz. In 1996 Lola was included in the Talente exhibition in Munich and since then has participated in many gallery and museum shows around the country including Sparkle then Fade at the Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington. Lola's use of stainless steel drives the conceptual content of the work and her underlying interest in material hierarchies.

Kristen Morgin

Kristen L. Morgin earned a BA degree from California State University in Hayward and an MFA degree from New York state's Alfred University. A native of Georgia, Kristen now works as an independent artist in Gardena, California.  Previously she held positions as diverse as a gallery docent, a children’s playhouse set painter, a secretary in an auto glass shop, and a tenured professor of art.  Morgin has had solo shows at Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles and Viento y Agua Gallery, Long Beach.

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