Pip Brant has degrees from the University of Montana  (BFA) and the University of Wyoming. (MFA).  Brant grew up on the western Plains Indian reservations (Sioux, Cheyenne, Assiniboine) where the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Public Health employed her family.  She has lived and worked in Montana, Wyoming, London, England, and Missouri and in 1999 moved to Florida.   She is an associate professor in painting and drawing at Florida International University.

Brant has exhibited in Belfast, Ireland, Lithuania and London, England. In 2003 she won the South Florida Cultural Consortium for Visual and Media arts for her works in fiber, Tabled Reports. Other awards include the Wyoming Arts Fellowship and funding from the New Forms Regional Initiative for Cattle/Text Interaction.

Recent venues for solo exhibitions include the University of Wyoming Art Museum,(Tabled Reports) and the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum, (interactive installation, Flying Carpet, and fibers, 2007).  Another solo exhibit with paintings was exhibited at the Deluxe Arts Gallery in April of 2007.

Brant’s work embraces the use of the absurd and humor and cites the plays and philosophy of Bertold Brecht as a major influence.


Polibio Diaz is a native of Barahona, Dominican Republic.
He began his studies in photography at Texas A&M University, USA, where he graduated in Civil Engineering.
His voluminous work has been collected in the books: "Scarecrows from the south", (J. Miller) Editora Corripio, 1984; "Images of Carnival", (J.Miller/ F.Lizardo / R. Tibol / P.Verges / M.Rueda)  H.G. Graphis,USA, 1993; "An Island, a Landscape", (M.Tolentino / Raul-Joan Moulin, with a poem by Manuel Rueda)  Serigraf, R.D. 1998; "Interiors" (Ricardo Ramón Jarne/Antonio Zaya/Edited by the Santo Domingo Museum of Modern Art. MAM ,(2006)
Mr. Díaz's photographs were included in "100 Years of Photography, 1899-1999: Personal Visions of the 20th Century", an exhibit organized by the Discovery Museum of Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.A., from 1999-2000.
His work has been exhibited in Europe, the Americas and Asia. Having had a noticeable participation in the Biennials of Havana, Venice, and the Caribbean, where his work has been awarded and rewarded with favorable reviews by a host of international critics . Also his work were included in the First Cultural Festival of the Africa-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) countries, Santo Domingo Museum of Modern Art (MAM), October 2006.
Mr. Diaz' works were exhibited in the United State at the following places: Miami Art Basel, in the Edge Zone Gallery, in 2005; Merengue Visual Rhythms, Museo del Barrio, New York in 2006; and at the Museum of the Americas (OAS), Washington D.C. in 2007. During this summer (2007) his work can be seen at the Mérida's Biennal, Yucatán, Mexico, and at The Infinite Island: Contemporary Caribbean Art, Brooklyn Museum, New York and in the Gallery section of
Currently he is Ambassador, Cultural advisor under his country's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Izlia Fernandez is currently in her last semester at Florida International University, where she will be receiving her Batchelor in Fine Arts in Drawing.  Her upcoming BFA exhibit will take place at the Frost Art Museum.  Izlia’s work has been on display in ArteAmericas, Latin American Art Fair (2008), EdgeZones Contemporary Art Gallery (2008), the Frost Museum (2007), the Graham Center Gallery (2007), Kunst Motel (2007), Studio 100 (2004), the Miami-Dade College Wolfson campus (2004) and the Jackie Hinchey Sipes Gallery at DASH(2001).


Cuban born. Painter, Photographer and video maker. Graduated from School of the Art Institute of Chicago.1981. Awarded with the following fellowships and grants:

National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in 1985 and 1989

The Ryerson Traveling Fellowship from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1981

The Ford Foundation grant in 1994 ;Illinois Arts Council  Visual Arts Fellowship. 1985, 1986, 1989; The Mac Arthur Foundation Media Grant in 1994

 The Richard Diebenkorn Fellowship from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2000. 2001

Has taught at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, The San Francisco Art Institute, and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Has also been a resident/visiting artist in many Art Centers around the country. Lately at MOCA and BASS Museum in Miami. Founded in 1998 The Photography Program at MACLA in San Jose California.

Her works have been exhibited in numerous Museums and Galleries around the US and abroad. Among them :Chicago Art 1945-1995 at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Paisajes de Ida y Vuelta, Museo del Chopo, Mexico City, Illinois State Museum, Solo Exhibition, Museo de Arte Moderno Mexico City, Islip Museum among others.

Co-Produced and directed the award winner video-documentary Ana Mendieta Fuego de Tierra.; Her Photography and Paintings are part of many private and public collections. Among them the collection at the Fort Lauderdale Art Museum, The Levi Foundation in San Francisco, Harris Bank, Chicago, Harold Washington Public Library in Chicago, Miami Dade College, Wabash College, Rudy Lozano Library  in Chicago and many more.” Fuego de Tierra” is in the collection of MOMA, NY, Guggenheim  Museum, Yale University, San Francisco Art Institute and many other public Institutions around the world.


Born 1986 in Miami, FL. He will receive his BFA from Florida International University in Fall 2008. He lives and works in North Miami, FL. He was awarded the Fall 2007 Florida International University Fine Art scholarship for an outstanding body of work in November, 2007. He has exhibited in many places in South Florida, including an exhibition at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum  juried and curated by Fredric Snitzer, 2007; Solo show " And Now For Some Pointed Thought" at Edge Zones Gallery in Wynwood, Curated by Charo Oquet, 2008; Guerilla Gallery showcase at Art Basel Miami Beach, Rogue Exhibit Project, 2008.


Born in San Salvador, El Salvador.  Photographer and

Installation artist living in Key Largo Florida. Received her BS in

Communications and Photography from the University of Miami,

Florida and her MFA from Miami International University of Art &

Design in Miami, Florida. Recent exhibitions include: Naturalis, Solo

Show, Edge Zones, Miami; Recent group exhibitions include: Zones

Art Fair, Miami, FL; Art of Uncertainty, San Salvador, El Salvador; Reassessing

the Diaspora, Museo de las Casas Reales, Santo Domingo;

Transparencies, Edgezones, Miami, FL; Re- Flowering the Garden:

Women and Nature, St. James, NY; Femi-nine, Miami, FL; Esperanto,

Miami, FL; Lucid, Miami, FL; Private Spaces, Miami Shores, FL.


Born in South Florida of Haitian parents and, after graduating from Miami’s Design Architecture School, received a BA in Architecture in 2003 and BFA in Visual Arts in 2005--- both from Florida International University. She has held three solo exhibitions in South Florida, as well as participating in various local and international group exhibitions from 2000 to 2007, including such venues as Hunter College in New York, Miami’s Frost Art Museum, Sao Paulo Brazil, and Art Miami. Francesca’s penetrating paintings on curved and distressed plywood persistently evoke the turbulent nature socialogical events, and their effect on the human soul.


Emmy Mathis is currently obtaining her Masters in Fine Arts in Visual art at Florida International University.  In 2002 she received her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois Chicago in Studio Art, and in 2008 she completed her Masters Certificate in Art History from Southern Illinois University.  Her work has been exhibited throughout Illinois and recently in Miami.  She is also currently a co-organizer of the H & M Space located at FlU’s Biscayne Bay campus.


Cristina Molina was born in Hollywood, Florida and has spent most of her life living in

Miami. She attended Florida International University where she received her BA in

Psychology in 2008 and a BFA in Art in 2009. Molinaʼs work has been exhibited in both

local and international venues; some of which include the Frost Art Museum where she

received the “Best in Show” award in a show curated by Fred Snitzer, The Urban

Nomad Film Festival at SCOPE Miami 2007, ArteAmericas the Latin American art fair,

and The Gallery at the University of Genoa in Genoa, Italy.


Born in New York in 1972. After spending his childhood in Bogota, Colombia, he returned to the United States. He attended Florida International University and the European Graduate School in Switzerland. Moreno’s work has been shown at the North Miami MoCA, CCA Glasgow, the Ulrich Museum, MAC, The Frost Museum, Bass Museum, The Moore Space, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Derek Eller Gallery, Vilma Gold Gallery in London, Richard Heller Gallery in Los Angeles, Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia, CuArto Nivel Foundation in Bogota, and most recently at the Haifa Museum in Israel and the Institute of Visual Arts in Milwaukee. He will participate in the upcoming Psychedelic: Optical and Visionary Art since the 1960s at the San Antonio Museum of Art, The Fullness of Time at Arndt & Partner in Zurich and A Second Look (At the Surface) at Künstlerhaus Palais Thurn & Taxis in Bregenz, Austria. Moreno was awarded the Leo and Raye Chestler Contemporary Visual Arts Award in 2006 and the Emilio Sanchez Visual Artists Award given by the Oscar B. Cintas Foundation in 2007. Moreno writes for various publications, including Art Nexus and Flash Art. He is a contributing editor for Art Papers and ArtUS. His texts have appeared in catalogues for international exhibitions, such as Uncertain States of America! (Astrup Freanley Museum Oslo).and Round-Leather Worlds (Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin). Moreno has curated a handful of exhibitions, in different venues. He was closely involved with Locust Projects in Miami between 2002 and 2006. 


Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1978, when subway trains inspired gra_ti sub-culture

and Sesame Street aired on black and white television. Curious inspirations in these

mediums morphed into his life's pursuit as an artist.

In his works, Muñiz acts as a kind of mediator between inspiration and his pen. His

honest and organic work retraces the thin line between innocence and perversion as

both elements are allowed to play side by side without guilt or regret, leaving the

viewer with a giddy sense of spontaneity.

All works are ink on paper, rendered directly onto the page free hand. The drawings

are composed of _gures, portraits, letters, and shapes. The myriad of characters and

large graphic shapes compliment each other in the total composition of his drawings

and murals

Glexis Novoa

Glexis Novoa renders cityscapes and their instruments of conflict like peering into a curio cabinet and coming face-to-horizon with societal apocalypse in miniature. His graphite drawings on marble are almost voyeuristic in their detail.

Glexis Novoa was born in Holguin, Cuba and lives and works in Miami. He studied at the National School of Art, Havana and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME. His work has appeared in Artnews, New York Times, Miami Herald, Artpapers, and Art in America among many other publications. He is also included in the Phaidon book Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Drawing. The artist has exhibited at prestigious venues throughout the US, Latin America, and Europe.


Charo Oquet, a native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic  is a Miami-based artist whose work spans painting to photagraphy, performance to installation.  Her work has been extensively exhibited internationally and reviewed by the Miami Herald, Atlantica Art Journal, African Arts, Art in America, Art Nexus, Art New Zealand, amongst others.  Antonio Zaya Publisher a book of her work in 2002.  Her work is included in many books Books and catalogs such as "New Hoodoo Art of a Forgotten Faith" (2008), "Files" by Octavio Zaya, "Miami Contemporary Artists", New Zealand's National Museum Te Papa Calendar 2009, "Dominican Contemporary Artists", Supermix amongst others.  Oquet has had numerous solo exhibitions in Museums in galleries around the world such as the Bass Museum in Miami; Casal Solleric,  Palma de Mallorca, Convento de Santo Domingo, Lanzarote, Cannary Islands, Spain (2002), curated by Antonio Zaya and has participated in prestigious curated group exhibitions such as "Art Religion and Politics " (2005) curated by Jean-Huber Martin, "Mami Watta", curated by Henry Drewal at the Fowler Museum at UCLA,(2008) After Columbus.com, Kunstnerne Hus, Oslo, Norway, (2003); V Biennal del Caribe’03, Museo de Arte Moderno de Santo Domingo; En Ruta PR’02, M&M Projects Puerto Rico, curated by Antonio Zaya;  Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno,  (CAAM) Gran Canarias, Spain; Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, N.Z.  She founded Miami Arts Collaborative in 1996, which later became Edge Zones, founded in 2004 as a non-profit arts organization.  Oquet has curated numerous exhibitions and lead Dominican and Miami artists nationally and internationally.  She has been creating year-round programs, which include the works of hundreds of Florida and international artists and has published 4 books, "Miami Now" in (2005),  "Wet" (2006), Wet II  (2007) and "Supermix" (2008). Oquet is the recipient of numerous fellowships and awards most recently: Florida State Artists Fellowship Award; the State of Florida Artists Enhancement Grant; South Florida Cultural Consortium 2005 Visual and Media Artists Fellowship Award; Creative Capital Grant; South Florida Cultural Artists Access Grant.  and New Forms Florida Grant. QE II Arts Council of N.Z. Artist Fellowship 84, 85 and 86.  She received a BFA from Florida International University.


Ernesto Oroza (Havana, 1968) Lives and works in Aventura, Florida Instituto Superior de Diseño (Higher Institute of Design). Havana, Cuba.;  B.A Industrial Design  1993

Instituto Politécnico de Diseño (Polytechnic Institute of Design), Havana, Cuba

1988.  He has been the receipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2007, and the Cintas 2008,  Ernesto has been awarded several fellowships such as the Ludwig Foundation and the Direction aux Arts Plastiques (France.)  co –Founder of Laboratory Maldeojo 1999 in Cuba, and Ordo Amoris Cabinet.  Recent exhibitions State of Necessity, Alonso Art Miami, Gli oggetti della necessita , Gish-artEcodesign, Livorno Italy 2007, Anestesia II, Miramar Trade center , Havana Cuba.  He has participated in international exchange programs in Merian Foundation Basel, Switzerland.  Publications: Ernesto Oroza/ Penelope de Bozzi. 2002. Objets Réinventé. La création populaire a Cuba. Paris: Ëditions Alternatives.Pentagram Paper no. 32 “NO WASTE.”  2003. With an introduction by Alex Marashian and design by Fernando Gutierrez. London Pentagram Design.Ernesto Oroza, 2008. Statement of Necessity. Miami. Alonso Art.


Carlota Pradera es una bailarina y coreógrafa Española que reside y trabaja en Miami, Florida, desde el 2001 y recientemente se graduó en danza del "Florida International University". Carlota es una bailarina versátil en ballet, danza moderna y contemporánea pero concentrada en encontrar la organicidad de todo movimiento que se le plantee. Carlota lleva trabajando como freelancer en USA desde el 2001 en diversos proyectos coreográficos entre otros con Giovanni Luquini, Heather Maloney, Karen Peterson, y Elana Lanczi. Carlota desarrollo un vinculo profesional con Bistoury desde la colaboración en el "Here & Now" 2009 hasta el presente. Uno de los puntos neurálgicos de su carrera profesional esta enfocado en desarrollarse como coreógrafa habiendo tenido la opción de mostrar su trabajo en eventos como "The Emerging Choreographic Series", "The Field", y "Florida Dance Festival". Carlota ha sido premiada por el "Miami-Dade Department of Cultural Affairs" y "Tigertail Productions" con dos "Artist Access Grant fellowships" en el 2003 y 2007; y un "Artist Enhancement Grant fellowship" en el 2007 para participar en los talleres profesionales que "Movement Research" y "Trisha Brown Dance Company" ofrecieron en dichos años en NY. 


Born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Lives and works in Miami, Florida. Recent one-man show at Ingall's Gallery, Miami, Florida 2007. Group exhibitions at Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida 2007, Hollywood Center of Arts and Culture 2007, Hollywood, Florida, Aqua Fair 2007 Art Basel, Miami, Florida.


Born in 1971 in Alton, Illinois. After receiving his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southern Illinois University in 1993, he moved to Florida one year later to earn his Masters at the University of Miami. Reedy was bestowed the Award for Outstanding Teaching at University of Miami, where he served as an adjunct professor until 2001. Since then, Reedy has been teaching art at R.R. Moton Elementary, a magnet school for the arts that awarded him Teacher of the Year in 2007-2008.

As an artist, Brian Reedy has exhibited locally, nationally and internationally for the past 15 years. Primarily a printmaker, Reedy also exhibits drawings, mixed media works and animation. Since 1996, Reedy has been represented by the Dorsch Gallery in Miami. His work has been featured at Annina Nosei Gallery in New York, Roder studio in British Columbia, the Lowe Art Museum in Miami, as well as galleries in Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago and St. Louis to name a few. His work has been purchased by countless private collectors, and belongs to several permanent university collections such as University of Tasmania, University of West Australia, and California State University at Long Beach to name a few. Major international art fairs have featured Reedy’s work, such as the Grammercy in New York, Nova in Chicago, and Bridge and Scope in Miami.


Brady Robinson received her BFA in photography from The Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland and her MFA in photography from Cranbrook Art Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Her photographs have been exhibited nationally at The Aspen Art Museum, Cranbrook Art Museum, The Corcoran Gallery

of Art and Florida State Museum. Additional gallery exhibitions in Washington, DC include Strand on Volta in Georgetown (2005) and Troyer Gallery in Dupont Circle (2004). Her recent solo exhibition Shift features new photographs curated by photographer Chan Chao and was on exhibit last fall at Flashpoint Gallery in Washington, DC. Robinson is a native of Virginia and resides in Orlando, Florida. She

is Assistant Professor in the MFA in Studio Art and the Computer Graduate Program at University of Central Florida in Orlando.


David Rohn was born in the USA and attended Universities in New York and Paris where he studied Art, Architecture and Urbanism.
 He lived in New York from 1971 -1989, Paris from 1989-1992 and has lived in Miami from 1992 to the Present.
His artistic practices have led to multi media applications including painting, Sculpture, Performanceand Installation, Video and Photography. 


Maricel Ruiz achieved her Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from Florida International University in 2007.  Her field of study concentrated on intuitive based drawing.  Maricel loves all forms of artistic expression and shares her love of art with children as a part-time art instructor.  She dedicates her time to contribute to the art community in Miami and aspires to have the opportunity to share her passion with the much larger community of the World.  


Claudia Scalise was born in Los Angeles California of Mexican and Italian background.  She is a Miami-based artist whose work has been exhibited locally, nationally and internationally.  In 1995, she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida International University, and in 1997 she completed her Master of Fine Arts degree from University of Miami.

Over the past 12 years Claudia's artwork has been featured in numerous solo and group gallery and museum exhibitions. Some of her most recent group shows inlcude the Farside Gallery in Miami, South Florida Art Center on Miami Beach, the galleries of Miami-Dade Community College, Roder Studio on Hornby Island in British Columbia, and at the University of West Australia.   Her last solo exhibitions include: “Un Tiempo Blanco" at the Dorsch Gallery in 2008, "selected works" at the Miami Herald in 2007, and "Petit fours" in 2007 at the Bleu Acier Gallery in Tampa Florida.  Her work has been featured at Grammercy Art Fair in New York,  NOVA art fair in Chicago, and Bridge on Miami Beach.   The Dorsch Gallery in Miami currently represents her.

Claudia taught drawing and painting for 6 years at Miami-Dade Community College’s Wolfson Campus and at University of Miami as an adjunct instructor.  She chaired the Art Department at Palmer Trinity School in Palmetto Bay from 2003 to 2006.    She is currently a studio instructor at Miami Dade Community College.


 Born in Santa Clara, Cuba in 1970. Graduated in 1988, Escuela Nacional de Ballet de la Havana (National Ballet  School-Havana), Escuela Nacional de Arte (ENA) (National Art School), Cuba, where he got the degree of Dancer Superior Middle Level Professor of the Professional Ballet Education. Among his professors Igor Youskevitch, Azari Plisetski, Alicia Alonso, Martha Bosch, Laura Alonso, Andrés William, Lázaro Carreño, Elena Madam, Mirta Plá, stand out. Since 1988 until 1990, as a performer, he was part of the Cuban National Ballet. In 1988 he was professor of the Ballet and Dance National School of Havana, ENA, Cuba. Since 1990 until 1992 he was part, as a contemporary dance performer and professor in classical dance, of the Compañía Danza Abierta de Cuba (Open Dancing Company) led by Marianela Boán. Within his trainning in contemporary dance the professors to be found among others are Marianela Boán, Lourdes Ulacia, Jeremy Nelson, David Zambrano, Irene Hultman, Bo Madvig. In 1992 he was guest performer in the Danzahoy Company; during this year he was professor in classical dancing technique in the Dance Superior Institute, Caracas - Venezuela. Co-director and teacher in the Experimental Forming Workshop Program of the Scenic Arts and Neodanza, 1992-2000. During the same period he was choreographer and performer in the Venezuelan Neodanza Company, led by Inés Rojas; in the year 1994 he was invited, as a consultant, by the Colombian company Athanor Dance, led by Álvaro Restrepo and was teacher in the Art Superior Institute of Bogotá. Starting in 1998 he was appointed as vicepresident of the Neodanza company. In the year 1999 he was cofounder and director of the Day One Improv Festival, and of the "Revoltillo" Improv Weeks at the 8 Theatre, Caracas. In the year 2000 he was guest choreographer to the Zagrebacki Plesni Ansambl ZPA (Zagreb Dance Company) and to the Zagrebacko Kazaliste Mladih ZKM (Zagreb - Croatia). Guest choreographer to the Rajatabladanza Company in the years 2000 and 2001, Caracas-Venezuela. In the present he is a teacher in the V Clasic Dance Technique Class and in the IV Staging Workshop of the Dance University Institute of Caracas, Venezuela. He has also dedicated to the lighting design of his plays and of other  young choregraphers of the country. He has given improv, ballet and choreographic composition workshops in different academies and international festivals: 2000 Conference on the choreographic composition of the author. Center for Dramatic Arts, Zagreb-Croatia. 1999 Exodos Festival of Contemporary Performing Art, Lubjana-Slovenia.; VI Annual International Contemporary   Performing Art Lubjana - Slovenia; VI Annual International Contemporary Dance Conference and Performance Festival, Bytom, Krakow - Poland, and III International Festival "Small Forms of Dance Theatre", Warsaw - Poland; 16th Dance Week Festival, Zagreb-Croatia. 1992 Calendaria Theatre, Bogotá - Colombia. 1991 Quito's Contemporary Ballet - Ecuador.

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Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1969.  She studied photography and digital media between Caracas, London, and India for over 6 years.  Upon his return to Caracas, she decided to move to Miami on 2000, and she is been there since then. On 2003-4, she was granted an artist grant by the South Florida Cultural Consortium, and on 2005 a Community Grant for the project Talking Head Transmitters.  This Miami based artist has created large scale multi-media works in New York, L.A., Paris, and Caracas as well as her hometown.

Over the last decade, Valdivieso has exhibited internationally in various museums, galleries, and art fairs.

Valdivieso’s work is private collections, including: Liza and Arturo Mosquera’s, Mario Cáder-Frech’s, Francie Bishop Good’s, and Steve Lanster’s.

In Valdivieso’s words: “For many years, I’ve been working with pieces, from which audience could create personal lectures beginning from nonsense, fantasy and, social facts in the contemporary world, using photography, club design, graphics, animation, video, and electronic music as my media.

I like to associate objects, like crashed cars, graffiti, allegories, or urban landscapes in different environments where, human vision is shown beyond any anguish from attachments of present values as Capitalism for example.

My work is an attempt to build computer-based works as art pieces beneath a mask of impeccability, fantasy, coldness and simplicity.

In addition to that, I am part of Talking Head Transmitters an experimental low - frequency radio program transmitted at 1610 AM as a way to build direct interaction with the spectators.”


Kim Yantis is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.  She attended Moore College of Art and Design to earn her BFA.  Her twenty-year arts career has included a variety of installations, theatrical set designs, collaborations, and gallery exhibitions.  She is completing her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts in 2010 from Florida International University in Miami, Florida.

Recent selected works such as her 2009 performance piece  “Tellers” at the Wertheim School Of Music, her one person show “An Exploration of Memory and Place” at the Hand M space, and “Recto-Verso” at The Artist Forum Space, all incorporate multiples of printed images into an installation environment.  She has been selected for juried exhibitions such as “Phantasm” at The University of Miami Wynnewood Project Space where she created a site-specific piece of 260 clay figures. Other Miami shows include 2008“ Beads” at The Bakehouse Art Complex and The “Master Mystery Art Show” Art Basel Event.  Her work has been published in the “Women Arts Journal”, Editor Dr. Suzanna Rose at FIU for the past two years.

Ms. Yantis’ is planning several collaborative works for upcoming season, and will be curator for an invitational printmaking show and a university exhibition. She is currently instructing university level courses in design, drawing, and printmaking.





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