- Control of material, disguised material as metal
- royalty, sophisticated
- untraditional, surreal
- control of material
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Sally Johnston was born in Cherry Hill, NJ. She is currently working towards a BFA at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. Sally completed an intaglio printmaking residency in Spain over two weeks in January 2020. Sally has received the Presidential Scholarship from Alfred University and is a member of the Alfred University Honors Program. She is a member of the Alfred University cross country and track teams. Sally currently resides in both Alfred, NY and Cherry Hill, NJ.
Tara Thomas was born in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania. She is currently working on her BFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University (NYSCC) where she transferred to after received her AFA from Montgomery County Community College (MCCC). She has worked with the public and children which influences her sculptural practice to be interactive and her work as a gallery assistant guided her to subversive environments. She has exhibited her work in New York and Pennsylvania, including shows in Bluebell and Pottstown, PA and Alfred, NY. She has received an art portfolio scholarship from NYSCC and dean’s list from MCCC. She is currently living in Wellsville, New York.
Lukas Easton is a Masters of Fine Arts candidate at New York State College of Ceramics Alfred University in Alfred New York. He was born in the United States and raised in the states of Maine and Alaska. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in ceramics, from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2017 where he received an undergraduate research grant to complete his thesis work. In 2018, Easton completed a Post-Baccalaureate Program in ceramics at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in New York. After returning from a three month residency at Jenggala Keramik in Bali where he designed commercial tableware, he spent a semester teaching as adjunct faculty at RIT before attending graduate school in Alfred. His ceramic work ranges from utilitarian pottery to sculpture.