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Entwined - Art & Chemistry
Entwined art and chemistry


A Natural Obsession
A natural Obession


Student Artist Creates Wearables
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Graphic Design Professor
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Current MFA Students

Megan Hansen

Photography

Megan Hansen is a photographic artist from Denver, Colorado. She has a BA in Film and Photography with a minor in Art History from Montana State University. Currently, she an MFA candidate at Central Washington University. Influenced by her experiences growing up in the West, she creates work that speaks to individual and geographic identity, using a variety of photographic based medias, including small, medium, and instant format film, digital photographs, found imagery, installation, and bookmaking.

meganhansenphoto.com

 

Charlie Tadlock

Photography

Charlie Tadlock is a photographic artist from Seattle WA, with a BA in Photography from Montana State University. He is currently pursuing an MFA from Central Washington University. His conceptual interests lie in the American landscape as an object of consumption – and the documentation of the landscape physically as well as socio-politically. He is formally interested in photographs as objects, and the interaction between photography and other media.

tadlockphoto.com

Sam Enriquez

Painting

Sam is a visual artist who relocated from Florida to Washington. He holds a B.S. in Commercial Art, as well as a degree in Studio Art and Illustration. For the last decade, Sam has worked in the fields of custom tattooing, commissioned artwork (mostly portraits), and art education within the developmental disability’s community. Sam is currently working on his MFA in Painting at CWU, conducting visual research on the intersectionality of sexual orientation and Christianity. The broader scope of Sam’s artwork explores emotion, memory, and universal interconnectivity, often through the depiction of figures and locations.  Some of his pastimes include hiking, video games, snowboarding, indoor gardening, and reading physical books with paper pages.

 

Matthew Potter

Painting

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