Grand Rapids Artist T’Alyne Makes the Environment Her Cause

WCA-Michigan member artist T’Alyne is clearly in her element when it comes to water and the environment. Two recent shows in Michigan, Clouds and Waterfalls (Grand Rapids Arts Council, 2012) and Then There was Water (Open Concept Gallery, 2011) emphasize her continuing fascination with this ubiquitous yet precious substance.  She is currently working on a newContinue reading “Grand Rapids Artist T’Alyne Makes the Environment Her Cause”

WCA Michigan Artist’s Profile: Gabrielle Pescador

Gabrielle Pescador became an artist on the Day of the Dead. A linguist by training, the installation for the Day of the Dead that she created in collaboration with the her husband Juan Javier Pescador for Michigan State University Museum sparked her interest in a new career. Since their debut in 2007, these multifaceted altarsContinue reading “WCA Michigan Artist’s Profile: Gabrielle Pescador”