Greg Ferris’ art is a culmination of playing with art school materials and rejecting art school rules. He re-appropriates textbooks and architectural elements in creating otherworldly scenes that reverse their original connotation.
In a small town full of landscape paintings and glass sculptures, he has ignited a grassroots effort to engage those around him in creating a community with which we all identify. His most recent work, Paraprofessional Magazine, is a vessel allowing young artists to discuss identity in an unedited, unglazed fashion and distribute it to the people searching for just that.
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