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Heather Heitzenrater

We are thrilled to share the work of Heather Heitzenrater! She magically captures light and reflection with paint, creating figures in a reflective space, reminiscent of a fun house mirror, studying mylar reflections. These spaces transport the viewed to an imaginary world, invoking nostalgia and nodding to the future. We hope you enjoy her work as much as we do! Pennsylvania native Heather Heitzenrater received her BFA in painting and drawing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2015. Her work has been shown in Erie Art Museum, Boxheart Gallery, Baton Rouge Gallery and other galleries across the country. She has been published in Poet Artist Magazine, Pikchur Magazine and featured on Buzzfeed, Minus 37, and Booooooom.  Along with showing her work, Heather teaches art workshops at Pittsburgh Center of the Arts and is a Scenic Artists at ScareHouse.  Heather and her husband, Christopher Boring, share a space at the Radiant Hall Susquehanna loc

Maj Askew

Stunning realistic portraits, botany, and touches of surrealism, Maj Askew invites the viewed to consider various origins of identity, often by using digital and tradition media to create carefully rendered subject. Maj Askew is an exhibiting artist who utilizes traditional and digital media to explore ideas of identity, iteration, and archetype. Composing the human figure and gesture in symbolic space to convey emotional experience, she simultaneously taps into both literary and mythological themes. Maj was born in the American Midwest, into a family deeply-entrenched in the book business. She spent her childhood traveling first the United States and then the internationally, absorbing literature and culture voraciously. In 2004 she moved to the Seattle area, and in 2010 she graduated  magna cum laude  from Cornish College of the Arts with dual concentrations in both Painting and Photography. She has shown her work across the United States,