Linda Sue Price discovered a passion for neon bending after spending 30 years in the video production industry. Her approach intends to spotlight the bends and curves of the glass itself, moments where glass is superimposed on one another, sections that would normally remain hidden on the back of finished signs.
Kacie Lees practice incorporates experimentation and play to create unique pieces with concepts stemming from notable instances in her life. “I don’t take commissions, but I do take lengthy conversations,” Kacie explains.
Lily Reeves grew up in the South, alongside communities of evangelists and outsider artists, which she credits sparking her interest in belief systems. Educationally, this curiosity led her down a research path into the occult, comparative religion, mythology, global rituals, and the relation between mind-body-space. Lily’s fascination with diverse faith-based practices carries into her art with installations that immerse visitors into shared moments of spiritual transformation by inviting audience members to engage in actions reminiscent of rituals.