Anna Rasinska is a Polish sculptor who primarily works with stone. Periodically, she also uses materials such as steel, bronze and plastics. In her work, the greatest value is the form, its logical structure, and at the same time the infinite possibilities of transformation.
In 2006, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in the faculty of sculpture and since then she has been working as a freelance sculptor. She actively participates in symposiums and exhibitions in countries such as South Korea, Turkey, France, Canada, China, Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Colombia
Parastoo Ahovan is an Interdisciplinary artist living in NYC. She graduated with an MFA from Boston University in 2014. She works with various materials and multiple types of media, such as Sculpture, Painting, Installation, and Performance.
She has exhibited her works in National Pavilion of Iran; 56th Venice Biennial, Italy; EUNAM Museum, South Korea; Museo del Ojo, Argentina; and Festival Fleurs de Lava, France. She has participated in more than 10 international sculpture symposiums around the world and her sculptures have been installed in urban space in Iran, Turkey, Spain, India, UAE, Italy, France,
Tanya Novozilova Preminger was born in Taganrog, Russia, and earned a MA degree from the Surikov Academy of Fine Arts in Moscow, Russia. In 1972, Tanya and her family moved to Israel, where she teaches and works in various media: environmental art, site-specific art, ephemeral art, sculpture, installation and photography.
Her diverse body of work has been displayed internationally in numerous exhibitions and symposiums. Tanya received 21 prizes, has participated in over 240 symposiums, competitions and group exhibitions worldwide. Her monumental works and environmental projects are installed in more than 38 countries around the world. In 2008 Preminger founded the “Green Gallery”- an open-air gallery for Land Art in Arsuf Kedem, Israel.
Jim Larson (b. 1994) is an artist and a builder. He grew up in the Granite State playing in old quarries and working with traditional crafts people. He is a graduate of Hamilton College.
The storied ways of working, making, and constructing that Larson learned in his youth are the foundation for his practice today; as an artist, he works collaboratively to investigate and disrupt the conventions of our built environment. His work considers our time-based habitation of this environment. Through playful creations, he seeks to understand how solid geometry constructs and destructs the accessibility of space. Larson lives and works in Portland, Maine.