Fresh from the Studio

Maria Cristina Jadick, Erica Reed Lee, and Cristina White-Jones
April 21, 2022
12pm

Fresh from the Studio invites W&TW artist members to share what they are working on now with you! In this virtual format, artists will share work in progress, newly finished artworks, and recent or upcoming projects. Each presentation will be about 10 minutes with time for your questions and comments afterward. Fresh from the Studio is your chance to see what is new and hear from contemporary artists. This program is free and open to the public. Register using the form below.

In this edition of Fresh from the Studio, we will hear from artists Maria Cristina Jadick, Erica Reed Lee, and Cristina White-Jones.

About the Artists

Exploring cultural identity, the human spirit and socio-political themes, artist Maria Cristina “Cristy” Jadick incorporates photography, video, painting, printmaking and performance in what results in compelling, conceptual, research-based projects.  Incorporating found objects and bricolage into her work, Jadick further connects her viewers to a sense of place.  Her projects range from large, mixed-media, photo-lithographic prints or paintings on paper and canvas to sizable, performative, interactive tableau that integrate photographs and sewn, painted, baked and printed elements.

Erica Reed Lee makes paintings, artist books, and three-dimensional work about the technological present and navigating split realities. Lee’s work tracks the digital world’s growing presence and influence on the individual and our sense of place. Lee has exhibited at venues across the United States including Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX; Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL; LBIF, Long Beach, NJ; Foundry Art Centre, St. Charles, MO; and Big Medium, Austin, TX.

Cristina White-Jones is a mixed media artist from the Texas Hill Country.  In her work, she uses discarded items in order to create intuitive and experimental textures on the surfaces of her canvases.  These textures draw on past pain she has experienced and they reflect challenges that she has overcome in her life. Her current body of work explores the range of emotions that we feel on a daily basis and layers organic elements of color and nature to fully realize each piece.

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