Lane Cooper
Lane Cooper is a multi-disciplinary artist using painting, sound, video, text and performance. Her work has been exhibited internationally from Birmingham, Alabama, to Madrid, Spain. In 2009 she participated in a Residency at The Banff Centre located in Alberta, Canada. In the fall of 2010, Lane was an Artist-in-Residence at Gallery Aferro in Newark, New Jersey, where she exhibited work in the 2011 and 2012 seasons. She holds a Masters in Art History with an emphasis in Contemporary Art and an MFA in painting from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Lane also holds a Bachelors of Science from the University of North Alabama.
Lane Cooper is currently the Head of Painting the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Lane Cooper, Decoration Day, 2006, digital video stills. Images courtesy of the artist.

Lauren Herzak-Bauman
Born and raised in Northeast Ohio, Lauren Herzak-Bauman holds a MFA from The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (2009) and a BFA from Bowling Green State University, OH (2004). She recently exhibited work in Deviations from Comfort at the Seattle Design Center, Seattle, WA, The Austerity Cookbook at the Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN, and The Parlor Room at Art House in New London, MN. In 2011, Lauren spent a month making work at Da Wang Gao Di Art Center in Shenzhen, China. In summer 2012, Lauren traveled to Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, MT, to collaborate and be in residence with six other artists. She is the recipient of the Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship, awarded to five Minnesota artists annually. Lauren teaches art and design at University of Wisconsin River Falls and keeps a studio in the former Canada Dry bottling warehouse close to the Mississippi in Minneapolis, MN. Herzak- Bauman previously exhibited work at The Sculpture Center, in her solo exhibition , as a 2012 W2S Series artist.

Lauren Herzak-Bauman, The Parlor Room, 2010, raw clay, picture frames, votive stands, beeswax votives, 8 x 16 x 8 ft. Image courtesy of the artist.

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