SCOTT SHERK is a sculptor who often works with sound. He has exhibited widely including exhibitions
at the Katonah Museum of Art, the Allentown Art Museum, the Kim Foster Gallery NYC, and
the Leslie Cecil Gallery NYC. His exhibitions have been favorably reviewed by the New York Times
and ArtForum. His sound work has been released on CD by 3Leaves, and/OAR, and net releases by
Stasisfield and Wandering Ear. Scott Sherk is a Professor of Art at Muhlenberg College where he has
been a recipient of the Class of ’32 Research Chair and twice the Hoffman Research Fellowship.


PAT BADT is a painter. Her work is inspired by location, filtered through experience and sensibility.
She lives in an old farmhouse along the Jordan creek, surrounded by apple orchards, low mountains
and the convergence of two creeks. Her work is about process, the putting down of paint through
the appropriate handwriting, right color, texture and scale. Pat Badt is Professor of Art at Cedar
Crest College. She has been the recipient of many awards and prizes including an NEA for painting.
Her paintings have exhibited in Brussels, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and places between
and is included in collections at the American Embassy in Riga, Latvia, the Ruth Hughes Collection
of Artist Books at Oberlin College and Bryn Mawr College.