Felise Luchansky

I work with works on paper both digital and analog. I collect vernacular photography (found images) to create my work. I found many of the images Photos in this series at The Resource Exchange. It’s so much fun hunting through all the discarded photos and imagining the stories behind them!”

Felise Luchansky is a visual artist who works in photography, collage and installation. She received the Delaware Division of the Arts Fellowship for Works on Paper, and has had solo exhibits at the Delaware Center the Contemporary Arts and the Mezzanine Gallery. Her award winning work had been shown in numerous juried exhibits and publications throughout the region and is held in various private collections. A member of InLiquid, Felise is currently participating in the Sketchbook Project (Brooklyn NY). In 2012 the artist co-curated, The White Cube Cube, a small-scale exhibition, which traveled to Great Britain in 2013. In 2014 she co-curated Arterial Motives at Street Road artists space. The Artist studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and holds a BA in Art History from Rutgers.