About the Artists
Phyllis Boudreaux is a mixed media artist who creates blue film etching and mono-prints that are made with Plexiglas plates. The confined figures in the artist’s work are part of a larger series, which concentrate on the frailty/brokenness of the human condition. The Matisse-like figures twist in obscure postures, almost falling upwards in space and time. “It is that dance between the figure and shapes that represent the push-pull of the physical and the immaterial.” Boudreaux lives and works in Kinnelon, New Jersey. She received a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design with a MFA from William Paterson University. Her mixed media work has been shown in galleries, universities and public spaces nationally.
Kristin Texeira was born in Massachusetts and graduated from Mass College of Art and Design in 2010. She has had the opportunity to partake in residencies in the states and abroad such as the Alfred and Trafford Klots Residency through MICA in Brittany and the Golden Foundation Artist Residency in New Berlin, NY. Texeira has exhibited on both coasts and in Europe and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Nikita Vishnevskiy is an artist and curator born in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1984. He received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2007 and his MFA from Parsons in New York City in 2009. As an artist Vishnevskiy has exhibited in the U.S. and abroad at venues including: Church of St. Paul the Appostle, New York, NY, Honey Ramka, Brooklyn, NY, Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, NY, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY and Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Russia. As a curator he has organized exhibition at venues including: HERE Art Center, New York, NY, Invisible Dog Art Center, Brooklyn, NY, Honey Ramka, Brooklyn, NY and Cloying Parlor, Brooklyn, NY and Knockdown Center, Queens, NY.