Rebecca Spangenthal is an artist living in Minneapolis MN. Rebecca focuses on functional textiles and music under the project name Island Queen Satans Flower. She is also a painter. For inquires, commissions and conversation, contact Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alanah Luger-Guillaume was born in Waterbury, Connecticut and attended Alfred University School of Art and Design. In 2013 Alanah co-founded The White Page gallery and residency program, and has maintained an active painting practice in which she explores color and pattern. She has participated in exhibitions at galleries such as Yeah Maybe and TuckUnder Projects of Minneapolis as well as The Front in New Orleans, LA and The Cohen Gallery in Alfred, NY.
Kathryn Sheldon grew up outside of Syracuse, NY and is a co-founder of The White Page. Kate attended Alfred University School of Art and Design and graduated with a BFA and New York State K-12 Visual Art Teaching Certification. She has worked with the Access Program Department of the Art Gallery New South Wales in Sydney, Australia as well as on the install team for the Sydney Biennale. She maintains her studio practice as a painter in Minneapolis and has participated in exhibitions at The Cohen Gallery (Alfred, NY), and TuckUnder Projects and Yeah Maybe (Mpls, MN).