VOL. 01.14.2018 | SUNDAY SELECTS

AILEEN CHONG



The values of American life intermixed with the customs of Peru and traditions of China create a visual identity representing cultural fusion in Chong’s work.



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CATY SMITH



Smith’s work attempts to visually portray this original perspective and new, insightful observations to the viewer.



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JEN BRADFORD




My impulse is to transform these preoccupations into a visual structure as a way of making sense of the world and finding beauty in it.



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JENNIFER WAGNER



Wagner manipulates shadow, blur and reflection through her “built up” pieces



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THE ARTIST TRANSPORTING FIGURES FROM ART HISTORY INTO MODERN LIFE



These figures aren’t 21st-century commuters—they’re characters pulled from classical paintings and seamlessly Photoshopped into present-day scenes.



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MORNING GLORY BREAKFAST COOKIES



Think of these textured, dense treats as chewy muffin tops that forgot to be unhealthy.



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STAR WORTHY JUICE RECIPES



Celebrities like Blake Lively and Michelle Williams claim that green juice, is their secret weapon to help them feel energized and easily lose weight.



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JAMIAN JULIANO VILLANI GETS TO WORK



Can an artist stay inspired day in and day out? Jamian Juliano Villani grapples with that question daily.



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STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI AND WHATS MAKING US HAPPY



The Last Jedi is fun and fast, rollicking and suspenseful.



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