These three artists came to me by way of three completely different routes. Though there is no obvious common thread the works quietly mingled their way into sets. I embraced the diverse relationships and like a union loyal to individual-ism and equality I saw fit to join them, not in holy matrimony, but rather by hyphenation. —Gwendolyn Skaggs
Jason Grabowski Jason’s work stems from his daily drawing. These recordings are motivated by his intrigue and amusement of the clumsy human conditions associated with, and plagued by, desires that inhabit our civilization.
Jodi Chamberlain “I delight in painting what would seem ridiculous, through scenes, scapes and architecture.”
Rob Weingart “They are quotidian in that they are about a routine, daily exercise, a moment and a feeling that is quickly jotted down, perhaps akin to fleeting thoughts that arise when listening to an LP or talk radio at a low volume.”