Fellowship Profiles

The Arts Commission recognizes the achievements of outstanding Oregon artists through annual Individual Artist Fellowship grants. Fellowship Profiles introduce featured artists and provide a description of their work. 

2015 Fellowship Recipient

“A Husband and Wife Are One Satan” is a Russian saying that describes how couples are implicitly connected in each other’s activities.

2015 Fellowship Recipient

“Because I come from a background in theater, I tend to speak as I write,” says author Victor Lodato.

2014 Fellowship Recipient

The material of Modou Dieng’s works, both literally and figuratively, is drawn from a sensitivity to popular culture—spanning music to fashion—as it once informed the imagination of this Senegalese young man and as it now informs Dieng’s reality i

2014 Fellowship Recipient

One critic has fittingly called her “a poet of light, darkness and enigma.” It will not be a surprise to anyone who has seen Laura Fritz’s work to know that as a child she was fascinated with light in darkened rooms and to know that as a painting

2014 Fellowship Recipient

Surabhi Ghosh’s work spans the micro to the macro. She uses the accumulation of small dots to build forms such as circles, dots, and hexagons. Another body of work is constructed of strips upon strips of cast off garments.

2014 Fellowship Recipient

The Oregon Arts Commission Fellowship does not have a category for artist-partnerships, so Anna Gray and her husband, Ryan Wilson Paulsen, had to apply for the Fellowship under either his name or hers.

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