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Heather McMordie is an artist and printmaker based in
Philadelphia. After graduating from The Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts and The University of Pennsylvania, Heather remained
in Philadelphia, finding inspiration for her artwork in the
surrounding landscapes and soils. Heather's complexly layered
prints and drawings explore the relationship between the
printmaking process and geological processes, and have recently
been included in Daybreak at Works on Paper Gallery in
Philadelphia, and Artists in the Garden: PAFA at the Morris
Arboretum. She is a resident artist at the Church Studios and
Marketing Coordinator at Second State Press. When Heather is not
making art,she is most likely running in the Wissahickon Valley,
stopping occasionally to observe the soil and unusual geological
Gina Hoover is from Lancaster, PA and received her
BFA in painting in 2012. She has shown her work
both locally as well as galleries throughout Italy. Her
work encounters decision making, repercussions and
controlling the uncontrollable through materiality.
She lives and works in Philadelphia and her work can
be seen at ginahoover.net.
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Aimee is a multi-media artist currently based out of Philadelphia where she works and
resides. She holds a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Pennsylvania, Bachelors
degree in Fine Arts with a minor in textile design at Moore College of Art & Design. Aimee
has received recognition for her work including the Penny Fox Internship Award, the
Catherine Finn Memorial scholarship and the Moore Achievement Grant. She has completed
several residency programs including the Vermont Studio Center and The Fabric Workshop
Casey is an interdisciplinary artist from Portland, Oregon. He received his Master of Fine Arts
Degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the
Pacific Northwest College of Arts in 2015. Currently living and working in Philadelphia, Casey’
s work revolves around the fluidity of the term “drawing”. His practice spans across a variety
of mediums. In the past he has used graphite and repetitive gestures to create emergent
patterns. Casey is currently investigating the relationship between drawing, sculpture and
performance. Through this examination he is exploring how each venture informs and relates
to the other.