Diana Beltran HerreraDiana Herrera holds a BA in industrial design from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University inBogota, Colombia. She gained her first work experience in Finland under the Faroese-Danish artist Hanni Bjartalid.Her most recent series, Mathematics For Reality, is a formidable flock of birds made frommany intricate layers of colourful and foil-enhanced paper.Herrera regards herself as both an illustrator and an artist, but lately she focusedexclusively on paper sculpture. Each of her works is hand-cut and assembled with agreat care to detail. Her work has been exhibited in Colombia and Denmark.
John N. AgnewJohn Agnew is an artist obsessed with producing accuraterepresentations of nature. His career began in the museum worldwhere he designed exhibits, produced illustrations and painted muralsand dioramas for museums and zoos around the country and as faraway as Moscow. Since the early 80s, John has produced nearly thirtythousand square feet of murals and dioramas for Hamilton CountyParks, the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and Science, and theCincinnati Zoo.
Adrienne AntonsonAdrienne Antonson was born in 1982, in Gainesville, FL. Her mother collectedhair in a small velvet box, which had a lasting impact on the artist. Hertactile curiosities led her to the College of Charleston, where she majored inStudio Art. Throughout college Antonson was influenced by apprenticeshipswith talented fiber artists. By the time of her graduation, Antonson haddecided to create the design company, Spinster, which she has owned andoperated since 2005. Through Spinster, she creates inspired products fromsalvaged materials. Owning a company introduced Antonson to businessmatters, and she soon sought projects that fused art with leadership roles.
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