Particularly drawn to the home and its residents, Sewanee, Tennessee based Jessica Wohl exploits the uncanny while subverting domestic representations of perfection and happiness. She uses obsession, personification and gothic overtones to convey the idea that looks can be deceiving, and she interprets the family, the posed portrait and the suburban tract home as stages where this unsettling dynamic plays out.
This Chuck Close-esque portrait by Daniel Kornrumpf is really good. It is nice to see a different kind of media, as his work is hand stitched with died thread. His portraits are really personal and intimate and this medium gives a really interesting feel.