(United States)


Lynnea Holland-Weiss is a painter focused on the human subject and navigating a vibrantly emotional color palette. Coming from a background in dance, her interest in body language and charting people’s movement through space and time is deeply rooted within her. Lynnea grew up in Berkeley, California and received her BFA from California College of the Arts in 2013. While primarily being based in Oakland, she has spent much time traveling around the US and internationally, as well as living in other cities such as Philadelphia, New Orleans and Cleveland. In addition to her studio practice, she paints murals and does other public projects. Lynnea's work is recognized through sources such as New American Paintings, Create Magazine, Juxtapoz, Contemporary Art Curator, The Artblog and others.

Dan Isaac Bortz is a painter, muralist and textile screen-printer born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 22, 1990. He has been actively producing art indoors and outdoors since he was very young, which blossomed into a fine art studio practice. Since graduating from California College of the Arts with a degree in printmaking, he has lived in Oakland, Santa Fe, New Orleans, Philadelphia and Cleveland practicing as a fine artist and muralist. Dan currently lives and works in Cleveland, Ohio.