Past Artists

Juergen Strunck

October 2012

Strunck is a printmaker and  professor at the University of Dallas, and his prints can be found in over one hundred museums and institutions including the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Baltimore Museum of Art, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Graphic Art in Fredrikstad, Norway, and the Dallas Museum of Art.


Kristian Donaldson

March 2013

Kristian trained at the Savannah College of Art and Design and has since worked for Marvel, DC, and Dark Horse Comics, in addition to the Dallas Observer, Village Voice, and other publications.



November 2016

LabSynthE is a group of faculty and graduate students from the School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication at UT Dallas who collaborate on projects at the intersection of technology and the poetic experience.

Lesli Robertson

March 2013, November 2012, February 2012, March 2011, September 2009

Lesli Robertson is a textile artist by training, but in her creative process she often combines materials that are a sharp contrast to the usual fibers. Robertson currently teaches fibers courses at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.


Lizzy Wetzel

December 2009

Lizzy Wetzel is a visual, performance, and installation artist who uses contrasting materials such natural, craft, and found objects in her work. Her inventive sculptural compositions reference magic, healing, humor, and play and often lead to a performance. 

Margaret Meehan

April 2013, July 2011

Margaret Meehan's drawings and sculpture-based installations are derived from 19th-century medicine and photography. She lets the innocent collide with the monstrous, evoking race, gender, and an empathy for otherness when embodied in difference.



Marilyn Waligore

March 2012

Marilyn Waligore is Professor of Aesthetic Studies/Photography at the University of Texas at Dallas. Using digital technology, she embraces process and materiality to underscore the physical nature of things that exist in a transitory state, in order to elevate, if not to render, beauty.