About Our Artists:
Asa Wentzel Fisher is the master printmaker who works with each artist to develop their ideas and produce new, original works on paper. He received his training at the Tamarind Institute and is owner and master printmaker at 505 Press, a fine art collaborative printmaking studio specializing in hand lithography.
Brian Cullen is a Brooklyn, NY-based designer and manufacturer of award-winning contemporary furniture and cabinetry. With extensive training in Europe in traditional cabinetmaking techniques and a degree in Industrial Design, he combines a clear aesthetic viewpoint, inventive problem-solving and a thoroughgoing knowledge of process to arrive at original solutions such as the walnut boxes he designed and built for us. His motivating philosophy is that it is as important to make design both accessible and responsive to the people who live with it as it is to provide a product of the highest quality. Good design is always an option.
Katia Santibañez was born in Paris, France in 1964. She was trained in Microbiology and Biochemistry before getting her degree in 1990 at the Ecole Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris. She then moved to New York and has exhibited widely there since 1998. Solo exhibitions include Morgan Lehman (New York, NY) Jancar Gallery (Los Angeles, CA), TEXAS gallery (Houston, TX), and group shows at Pace Prints (New York, NY), IMC Lab (New York, NY), and Jeff Bailey Gallery (New York, NY). She has been a resident at The Albers Foundation in Bethany, CT, Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, NY, and at Sitka Center on the Oregon coast. Her paintings, drawings, and prints are in numerous public and private collections, including The Morgan Library. Santibañez lives and works in New York City and in the Berkshires.
Nate Klug is the author of Rude Woods, a modern translation of Virgil’s Eclogues ( The Song Cave, 2013), and Anyone, a book of poems (University of Chicago, 2015). He currently lives and works in the Bay Area of California.
Michael O’Brien (1939-2016) is the author of Sills: Selected Poems 1960-1999, Sleeping and Waking, and Avenue (Both from Flood Editions); To the River is to be published posthumously.
Kathranne Knight received an MFA from The Yale University School of Art and a BA from The University of Texas at Austin. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries and museums across the country, including: The Danforth Museum of Art, Mass MoCA, The Des Moines Art Center, Muriel Guepin Gallery, Carroll and Sons, and Geoffrey Young Gallery. Knight has been published in New American Paintings, Northeast Edition, and received both an Iowa Artist Fellowship and Project Grant from the Iowa Arts Council. She has been an Artist in Residence at the Chinati Foundation and lives in Iowa with her husband and daughter.
Kate Greenstreet is the author of Young Tambling, The Last 4 Things, and case sensitive, all from Ahsahta Press. The End of Something is forthcoming. Her videos can be viewed at kickingwind.tumblr.com.
Joshua Marsh is a painter living in West Chester, PA. He received an MFA in painting from Yale University in 1997 and BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 1995. He has exhibited paintings and drawings in exhibitions throughout the U.S., and is represented by Jeff Bailey Gallery. His work has been reviewed in the The New York Times, Brooklyn Rail, Art in America, and Hyperallergic.