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Type of art Medium Technique Object type Style Theme Surface Color

Painting 95

2-d 60

Illustration 38

Mixed media 36

Ceramic 32

Printmaking 32

Drawing 28

3-d 21

Collage/assemblage 20

Photography 19

Ink 48

Acrylic 39

Porcelain 20

Film 19

Acrylic paint 16

Mixed media 16

Gouache 14

Oil 12

Spray paint 11

Ceramic 10

Painting 30

Action painting 19

Graffiti 16

Monotype 16

Slip-cast 16

Gesture 15

Etching 14

Monochromatic 12

Hatching 9

Oxidation fired 8

2-d 136

For the wall 37

3-d 29

Sculpture 15

Functional 14

For the table 11

Serving dish 3

Dinnerware 2

For the floor 2

Graphic 2

Abstract 71

Modern 42

Folk 34

Surreal 33

Expressionist 29

Pop art 27

Urban 24

Kitsch 22

Surrealism 21

Primitive 19

People 52

Figure 43

Environment 34

Landscape 33

Animals 28

Humor 27

Portrait 25

Pop culture 24

Surreal 24

Urban 24

Paper 89

Canvas 31

Glaze 19

Wood panel 12

Semi-gloss 11

Bare clay 8

Semi-matte 7

Glass 4

Decal 3

Clean 2

Multicolored 75

Black and white 57

Blue 48

White 36

Grey 32

Red 30

Black 26

Green 25

Yellow 25

Brown 21

Justin Crowe

Hudson, OH

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Education

2007-2011 Alfred University, School of Art and Design. Alfred, New York, BFA
2010 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Maine

Current position

2012- Present Founder, Dizbe.com
2011- Present Studio Artist, Hudson, OH

Recent exhibitions

2012 Black and White, Group Exhibition, Red Star Studios, MO
2011 BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition, Alfred University.
2011 Moos Gallery, Solo Exhibition, Hudson, OH

Awards and honors

2011 Undergraduate Showcase. Sept. 2011. “Ceramics Monthly” Selected artist
2010 Marcianne Maple Miller Fellowship. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
2007 Miller Portfolio Scholarship Award. Alfred University. Alfred, NY

I am interested in our culture's evolving relationship with technology and where the romantic function of an object, like a cup, meets the magical technology of the digital age. Pottery objects share a usefulness and familiarity with computer objects while being ironically simple upon technological comparison.

My work explores culture’s role in technology and technology’s role in culture.


-Justin Crowe

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