2015-2016 Studio Artists - ROUND 10

Lawndale Art Center is pleased to announce the residents for the tenth round of the Lawndale Artist Studio Program.

Bradly Brown received his BFA in Photography from the University of North Texas in 2002. Soon after graduation Brown relocated to New York to work as a photographer and designer. In 2011 Brown returned to Texas to receive his MFA in sculpture from Texas Christian University where he co-founded the artist collective HOMECOMING! Committee, and began working as art-director for semigloss. Magazine. His work has been exhibited at the The Dallas Contemporary, Fort Worth Contemporary Arts, Hiroshima City University and was included in the 2013 Berlin Becher Triennial and the 2014 Dallas Biennial. Brown received the Fort Worth Weekly’s Visionary Award (2014), Mercedes Benz Financial Service Scholarship (2013) and the Bean Distinguished Lecture Series, St. Anselm College (2008).

Bradly Brown's website

Cobra McVey uses found objects and recycled synthetic materials in combination with traditional art making techniques to create futuristic environments that reference contemporary culture. She is the lead singer and guitarist for Winelord, a female punk rock trio hatched from the same B-movie aesthetic that influences her visual art. She is also co-founder, costume maker, and a major dancer of The Bar-B-Que Gang Dance Troupe, an enterprise that combines design and performance. McVey received an MFA from the University of Georgia in 2012 and has been an Artist-in-Residence at Virginia Commonwealth University, The Vermont Studio Center and Houston’s Post-Studio Projects.



Cobra McVey's website

Anthony Sonnenberg was born and raised in Graham Texas. After receiving his BA from the University of Texas at Austin in 2009, he received his MFA at the University of Washington at Seattle in 2012. His work which ranges from porcelain to performance has been shown nationally and internationally in institutions such as the Seattle Art Museum, the 2011 and 2013 Texas Biennials, and most recently, the Shelburne Museum. Having recently returned to Texas, Sonnenberg looks forward to having first time solo exhibitions at Conduit Gallery (Dallas) this fall and Art Palace Gallery (Houston) in 2016.

Anthony Sonnenberg's website

The 2015-2016 residents were selected from 101 applicants by a panel of three arts professionals; Emily Peacock, Artist, 2013-2014 Lawndale Studio Artist & Lawndale Programming Committee Member; Bob Snead, Artist & Executive Director, Press Street, New Orleans; and Clint Willour, Curator, Galveston Arts Center.

The Lawndale Artist Studio program is generously supported by the John P. McGovern Foundation.

 

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