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A Natural Obsession
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Student Artist Creates Wearables
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Current MFA Students

Lindsay Peyton


Lindsay Peyton fell in love with oil painting at a young age. She enjoys exploring place, emotion and memory in her compositions. She has exhibited her work in galleries and gathering spaces in her hometown of Houston and in her new home, Seattle, where she moved in 2014. After earning her Bachelor of Journalism degree in photojournalism from the University of Texas at Austin, she worked as an art teacher, gallery director and freelance journalist, writer and photographer. She also served as a member of the Spacetaker artist advisory board and the Houston Arts and Culture board. Peyton currently works as the principal of Cadence Enterprise, a creative firm specializing in public relations and artist consultation services. She had residencies in Kentucky, Nebraska and Washington.Her current studio is located in Seattle’s Pioneer Square.


Jerry Slough


I am a lens based artist.  That started at CWU as a graduate student in the fall of 2018.  I left a previous career to come here and complete a life long dream of graduate school in the arts.  I was born and raised in Southern California, I spent the last 10 years in San Diego explore the area and beaches.  I received my BA in visual arts from California State University San Marcos in 2016.  Much of my work is process based, and often involves transferring, alternative process, or a physically destructive process itself.


Megan Hansen


Megan Hansen is an artist from Denver, Colorado. She graduated with a BA in Film and Photography with a Minor in Art History from Montana State University in 2019. She is currently working towards an MFA at Central Washington University. Her work primarily focuses on topics of femininity as it relates to the physical body, relationships, gender constructs, and the subconscious.


Chrissa Chorvat



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