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   Erin Bishop is an artist living in Portland, OR. She currently works in mixed media, illustration, commercial art, custom portraits, murals, and acrylic painting. Her artistic mediums vary greatly and she loves to delve into 3-dimensional work when she can. Her work mixes her technical talents with her love of the surreal and abstract.     Erin grew up in Portland and spent most of her adult life moving around, and then 2 years traveling the U.S. She is now 37, and is passionate about making her way in the world as an artist. If you are interested in contacting her for commissioned work, you can reach her at erinrbishop@gmail.com. If you want to see more of her work you can find her on facebook at www.facebook.com/BishopArtworks.

Erin Bishop is an artist living in Portland, OR. She currently works in mixed media, illustration, commercial art, custom portraits, murals, and acrylic painting. Her artistic mediums vary greatly and she loves to delve into 3-dimensional work when she can. Her work mixes her technical talents with her love of the surreal and abstract.

Erin grew up in Portland and spent most of her adult life moving around, and then 2 years traveling the U.S. She is now 37, and is passionate about making her way in the world as an artist. If you are interested in contacting her for commissioned work, you can reach her at erinrbishop@gmail.com. If you want to see more of her work you can find her on facebook at www.facebook.com/BishopArtworks.

   
  
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  Pastizzo  was born in New Hampshire, but has lived all over the country. She currently lives with her family in Ashland, Oregon, where she attends Southern Oregon University.  Leia is a largely self-taught artist, with only minimal formal instruction from a wide range of schools and teachers. Because of her varied education, her art is both multi-media and stylistically diverse, ranging from paint or pen to ceramics, and from metal to fiber.  Though her work has been displayed in various amateur art shows in the past, this is her first published work. She hopes to continue producing art and refining her skills for many years to come.

Leia Pastizzo was born in New Hampshire, but has lived all over the country. She currently lives with her family in Ashland, Oregon, where she attends Southern Oregon University.  Leia is a largely self-taught artist, with only minimal formal instruction from a wide range of schools and teachers. Because of her varied education, her art is both multi-media and stylistically diverse, ranging from paint or pen to ceramics, and from metal to fiber.

Though her work has been displayed in various amateur art shows in the past, this is her first published work. She hopes to continue producing art and refining her skills for many years to come.

 Olivia Tomlinson  Having been born in California, Olivia has since moved to Southern Oregon where she has spent a majority of her childhood growing up. She began having an interest in both traditional and digital art near the closure of her 8th grade year in Middle School and decided to pursue developing her artistic talent starting the following year. Since then, Olivia has graduated high school having taken all four years in the artistic arts class where she also has had numerous opportunities to feature her art in school events, local showings, and even at a national level winning first place in state for an artistic competition.   In the near future, Olivia plans to attend college and begin focusing on a career based around creative digital design and concept ideas for art in entertainment. She has had major influence from several different cartoonists, animators and concept artists which have helped her establish a desire to seek a career in that field. 

Olivia Tomlinson

Having been born in California, Olivia has since moved to Southern Oregon where she has spent a majority of her childhood growing up. She began having an interest in both traditional and digital art near the closure of her 8th grade year in Middle School and decided to pursue developing her artistic talent starting the following year. Since then, Olivia has graduated high school having taken all four years in the artistic arts class where she also has had numerous opportunities to feature her art in school events, local showings, and even at a national level winning first place in state for an artistic competition.  
In the near future, Olivia plans to attend college and begin focusing on a career based around creative digital design and concept ideas for art in entertainment. She has had major influence from several different cartoonists, animators and concept artists which have helped her establish a desire to seek a career in that field. 

 Andrew Youngblood   
  
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   Andrew Youngblood, from Grants Pass, Oregon, makes drawings, paintings, sculptures, and designs theatrical sets. With an upbringing in the backwoods of the rogue valley, he gained an appreciation for the beauty of the natural world, and an urge to capture and visually express the feelings of wonder he experienced while exploring the forest behind his childhood home.  In this way, the inner child still thrives in this artist’s work, as he still finds excitement in visually capturing the energy that defines the human experience, whether on the page or the stage.   Andrew has been drawing his whole life, and constantly looks for ways to expand his craft. His interest in theatrical set design developed during his sophomore year of college, when he wanted to give more substance to his work through literary analysis and introspection.  His continued fascination with theatre stems from a desire to make sense of the world, highlighting moments on the stage that punctuate the human drama in order to clarify existence and to find poetic meaning in everyday life.  Through his artwork, he seeks to reveal the inherent energy of a place or object and its emotional and spiritual vibrations to resonate with the audience.  Through studying artists like Van Gogh, Al Hirschfeld and Craig Thompson, Youngblood has developed a unique style of drawing which focuses on the energetic presence of the line, and the execution of minute details to create poetically expressive work. With formal training in art and theatrical set design at Southern Oregon University, his works are notable for their presentation, where the empathy for the viewer plays a constant role. This is of great importance and bears witness to his craftsmanship and devotion to process.  By choosing mainly formal solutions and utilizing technological and traditional media, he tries to focus on the act of creating aesthetically pleasing pieces, with subtle emotional undertones stitched within.     Andrew Youngblood has received numerous honors for his work at SOU including a certificate of merit from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for his set design for the Young Playwrights showcase in the Winter of 2015.  He plans on graduating from SOU with a BFA in set design in 2017. He currently lives and works in Ashland, Oregon. Youngbloa@sou.edu

Andrew Youngblood

Andrew Youngblood, from Grants Pass, Oregon, makes drawings, paintings, sculptures, and designs theatrical sets. With an upbringing in the backwoods of the rogue valley, he gained an appreciation for the beauty of the natural world, and an urge to capture and visually express the feelings of wonder he experienced while exploring the forest behind his childhood home.  In this way, the inner child still thrives in this artist’s work, as he still finds excitement in visually capturing the energy that defines the human experience, whether on the page or the stage. 

Andrew has been drawing his whole life, and constantly looks for ways to expand his craft. His interest in theatrical set design developed during his sophomore year of college, when he wanted to give more substance to his work through literary analysis and introspection.  His continued fascination with theatre stems from a desire to make sense of the world, highlighting moments on the stage that punctuate the human drama in order to clarify existence and to find poetic meaning in everyday life.  Through his artwork, he seeks to reveal the inherent energy of a place or object and its emotional and spiritual vibrations to resonate with the audience.

Through studying artists like Van Gogh, Al Hirschfeld and Craig Thompson, Youngblood has developed a unique style of drawing which focuses on the energetic presence of the line, and the execution of minute details to create poetically expressive work. With formal training in art and theatrical set design at Southern Oregon University, his works are notable for their presentation, where the empathy for the viewer plays a constant role. This is of great importance and bears witness to his craftsmanship and devotion to process.  By choosing mainly formal solutions and utilizing technological and traditional media, he tries to focus on the act of creating aesthetically pleasing pieces, with subtle emotional undertones stitched within.

 

Andrew Youngblood has received numerous honors for his work at SOU including a certificate of merit from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for his set design for the Young Playwrights showcase in the Winter of 2015.  He plans on graduating from SOU with a BFA in set design in 2017. He currently lives and works in Ashland, Oregon. Youngbloa@sou.edu