Christina Massey a NY-based mixed media artist whose work explores her interest in the preservation of our planet.
Aryana Londir is a Pheonix-based abstract artist who uses textiles, found objects and paint to explore the relationship between urban life and its implications on humanity. Her work has been exhibited in numerous spaces across the country, such as: Schweinfurth Art Center in New York, Contemporary Art Quilts in MA, Nicolet Art Gallery in Wisconsin, the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum in Colorado, North Bank Artists Gallery in Washington, Stanford Art Spaces at Stanford University in California, and the Shemer Art Center in Phoenix. And she is a recipient of the AZ Commission On the Arts Grant and the Pilchuck Glass School Grant. All images courtesy of the artist
Mary Elizabeth Peterson is an American abstract artist based between North Carolina and Connecticut, whose work is inspired largely by plant and marine life, and water and ecological circumstances. Mary Elization is a graduate of The University of Connecticut and The Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington DC. She is a juried member of the elite Silvermine Art Guild and has received an artist residency grant from The Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been written about widely in print and digital publications and is held in private and corporate collections worldwide. All images courtesy of the artist           
Karen is a recipient of the Instituto Sacatar Fellowship (Brazil), the MacDowell Colony Artist Fellowship, Canada Council for the Arts Grants, the Duke and Duchess of York Prize in Photography from the Canada Council, and a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited in museums, galleries and festivals throughout North America and Europe, including the Liverpool Biennial, the Bring to Light Festival on the Brooklyn waterfront. All images courtesy of the artist Installation at MOCCA in Toronto for the CONTACT Photography Festival in 2007. Big Game, 2005. Installation view of West Wall, 5 x 65 feet.  
Joe Joe Orangias is a visual artist, activist and writer based between New York City and Geneva. His projects, often collaborative and site-specific, focus on monuments, public space, queerness, decolonization and sustainable development.
Sky Pape is a Canadian-born, culture-hound and nature enthusiast, who lives and works in NYC. Sky’s work is in prominent museum and corporate collections. She is a two-time recipient of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant to Individual artists and a residency fellowship at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center. She is participating in the annual uptown art stroll open-studios on June 17th from 1-6PM. And she has a solo show in September at the June Kelly Gallery located at 166 Mercer St. in NYC. All images courtesy of the artist.
Patricia Silva is a Lisbon-born, New York-based artist working with photography, video, and words. Her video “Self and Others," a study of bisexual culture as captured through the lens of film history, recently screened at New York’s First Feminist Film Week. She has also exhibited and screened at the Anthology Film Archives, the  Phoenix Museum of Art, Flux Factory, the British Film Institute,  MoMA Ps1, IFC, Tengis Cinema in Mongolia, the Berlin Biennale and others. All images courtesy of the artist.    
Phaan Howng  is an American-born Taiwanese multi-media artist living and working in Baltimore, MD. She uses the media of painting, sculpture and and installation to stage the sublime and formidable beauty of an Earth post-humanity. Phaan received her MFA from the Mount Royal School of Art At MICA in 2015, and she had her first solo show titled Bioloigical Controls: If It Bleeds We Can Kill It at School 33 Project Space in Baltimore. She has also exhibited at Randall Scott Project and, ArtScape in Baltimore, the  Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA and the RE Art show in Brooklyn. She received a silver medal for her work in the show Color at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition in Redhook, BK. And she has had reviews in publications such as Hyperallergic, Art F City, Washington Post and the Baltimore City Paper. All images courtesy of Phaan Howng. Eulogies of the Present Past was for the public programming portion Howng's  installation, Biological Controls; If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It at School 33 Art Center in Baltimore, MD. For the first portion of the event, attendees were invited to write and recite a poem about our descent into the Anthropocene epoch while wearing a custom matching suit in the installation. For the second portion, attendees were also invited to karaoke to a sad song of their choice. Both portions were live streamed via the web to the audience from the installation to their room.
Arlene Rush is a New York based conceptual artist whose diverse work deals with issues of gender, identity, and socio economic issues and politics. Her work asks viewers to look at the balance and place and meaning of what is occurring in our contemporary world.   Rebirth, 2016.
Dylan McManus is a US-based Post-Digital Printmaker who explores contradictions he finds in contemporary society. His work offers a visual starting point for critical discourse and debate among what he views as a politically disinterested populace.
Jodie Mim Goodnough is a Providence, Rhode Island-based artist whose work revolves around the use of images in psychology and psychiatry, and includes photography, sculpture, performance, video and sound.