A veritable who’s who of the Philadelphia art community, this exhibition includes well-known names as well as exciting new talents who are currently serving their two-year fellowships and working toward greater recognition. Eleven artists featured in this exhibition, Will Barnet, Rita Bernstein, Don Camp, Vincent David Feldman, Judy Gelles, Kate Moran, Laurence Salzmann, Ron Tarver, Judith Taylor, Douglas Takeshi Wolfe, and Charlotte Yudis, already have works in the Museum's permanent collection. Current Fellows included in the exhibition—Anne Canfield, John Karpinski, Matthew Neff, Serena Perrone, and Jeffrey Stockbridge—offer a broad spectrum of ideas and approaches but are perhaps united by a common interest in ambiguity and fantasy. John Karpinski is represented by two drawings that use the sequential format of comics and a limited color palette to convey brief and unresolved narratives and a powerful sense of mood. CFEVA alumna Kate Baldwin exemplifies the talented group of artists who have emerged from the Fellowship program to become central figures in the artistic life of Philadelphia. Trained as a printmaker and book artist at the University of the Arts, Baldwin has since shown her work in the U.S. and abroad, including France, Japan, Poland, and China. Baldwin was selected by the Philadelphia Print Collaborative to contribute a print to its 2005 portfolio and she is a recipient of an Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts. Her “Liberty” series blends contemporary subject matter with traditional Japanese printmaking techniques. Photographer Don Camp, who devised his own printmaking technique for the photographic series “Dust Shaped Hearts,” has been an adviser to the CFEVA fellowship program for 12 years. A graduate of Temple University’s Tyler School of Art, Camp uses photosensitized earth pigments in a unique adaptation of early photographic development processes. The resulting works have a material quality that underscores the dignity and nobility of his portraits. Camp has received the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts. His work is included in collections including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He teaches at Ursinus College. Kate Moran, a Philadelphia native and a former CFEVA fellow, has produced a large body of multimedia work that includes photography, painting, sculpture and ceramics that has been widely exhibited. After completing her two-year fellowship at CFEVA, Moran was chosen for a Fleisher Challenge exhibition in 1992 and received awards including the Leeway Foundation for Excellence in Photography and a Pew Fellowship in the Arts. Moran teaches at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Art and now serves as an Artistic Advisor at CFEVA. Her work is represented here with two silver gelatin prints from her 2001 “lipsync” series. These blurry, ambiguous images present truncated views of bodies, forcing the viewer to confront questions of scale, orientation, and context.