Chellis Baird received her BFA in textiles from Rhode Island School of Design and studied studio art at the Art Students League in New York City. Baird’s first solo museum exhibition, TETHERED, was held at the Myrtle Beach Art Museum in South Carolina from September 7 – December 19, 2021. Most recently, the artist was awarded a 2022 fellowship at the National Arts Club. Born in Spartanburg, SC, Baird now lives and works in New York City.
Noga Yudkovik-Etzioni has lived and worked in both Israel and the Netherlands, showing in a wide range of conventional and alternative spaces. Yudkovik-Etzioni’s work deals with the tension between formalism and narrative. She focuses on two parallel ways of working – one, through site specific installations; and the other, creating individual objects, which she fondly calls “objects for travelers.”
Liudmila Kogan is a Russian-born Israeli autodidact artist who creates out of a space of meditative perception. As a “spiritual-surrealist,” she reflects her mystic journey via color-drenched works. Her paintings trigger curiosity, giving viewers a glimpse at her vision of higher consciousness.
Mark Glezin is a Tel Aviv-based artist whose work explores the observational relationship between painting, subject, and viewer. Glezin’s images allude to existential and social concerns through the historical lens of portraiture and still life. Glezin’s work has been displayed at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Rothschild Fine Art Gallery, and the Fresh Paint Art Fair.
Boris Nekrasov was born in Russia and raised in Israel. His investigation of materials moves continually between the abstract and the figurative. Nekrasov’s work examines identity in its many forms: across cultures, genders, nations and religions.