Hannah Byram's work features several garments of clothing that she has made as a means of critiquing fashion trends. Her clothes are accompanied by satirical posters that are meant to look like fashion ads.
Ashley McEniry's work centers on collages that are “rooted in the ideas of family and memory.” Her collages interpret people, rituals and locations as connected units or members of a family.
The Shop #1
Jeremy Wright’s work consists of four oil paintings on wood that display old cars in their natural environments.
Aunt Joyce at Sea
Jennifer Blunier's work depicts people waiting in line, allowing viewers to consider their relationship to the people depicted in the artwork. "This painting and drawing attempt to illustrate the paradox of living in the present moment in light of the future by depicting a single point in these folks' transition, yet with all of the potential for movement and change."