I created “Stretch, Weight, Relaxed, Proud, Twisted for the show “Perceive Me”. For this show, 48 artists collaborated to create representations with and of the artist Kristine Schomaker. In her artwork, Kristine confronts and deals with body image as related to her struggles with an eating disorder she suffers from.
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Standlea, Jesse W.
"Stretch, Weight, Relaxed, Proud, Twisted,"
The STEAM Journal:
2, Article 26.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/steam/vol4/iss2/26
Jesse William Standlea is an artist and educator based in Southern California. His artwork is shown in the Los Angeles area and straddles the line between functional and conceptual art practices. He teaches three-dimensional art at St. Margaret’s in San Juan Capistrano where he is the current Visual Arts Department Chair. He holds a BFA with a concentration in Ceramics from Cal State Fullerton and an MFA with a concentration in Sculpture from Claremont Graduate University. At Claremont, he was awarded the Helen B. Dooley Art Fellowship and worked for Roland Reiss as an artist assistant. He has worked in independent schools for over 14 years and taught college courses.