Chiho was born and raised in the countryside of Japan. She spent every summer of her childhood with her sculptor uncle at his studio in the mountains. His lifestyle and his thoughts about art were a big influence on her.
After she moved to the US, she found her true happiness and purpose in making art. Ever since her first tape art piece was selected for her college's student art exhibition in 2014, Harazaki has been fascinated by using electrical tape for her art. Tiny pieces of tape, cut by precision knife and scissors, create each detail used to compose a whole picture. The hand-cut shapes and lines are reminiscent of traditional Japanese arts like woodcut and paper cutting. Informed by her experiences living in both Japan and America, Harazaki's subject matter includes a variety of cultural, historical, architectural, and lifestyle elements.
Rich Lanet lives and works in Venice, California. He received a BS degree from the School of Architecture and Environmental Design at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo; along with studies at University of California, Berkeley fine arts department.
Whitewash series: 'sunrise-sunset’ is made of wood and painted with flat white acrylic paint; Piece is directly tied to nature and to two moments in ‘time’ that occur each day.
Tyler Hobbs is a generative artist from Austin, Texas. For each work, Tyler writes a custom computer program specially designed to create an abstract image. His work focuses on the interplay of randomness and order, and draws inspiration from paint, vegetation, and naturally occurring patterns.
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