James Mundie is pleased to announce that he now represented by Stanek Gallery, a new gallery founded by artists Katherine Stanek and Deborah Fine to
reinvent the gallery experience and become a pre-eminent force in Philadelphia's art landscape. James first became acquainted with Stanek Gallery when he was chosen by
curator Hilarie V. Hawley to be part of A Leap of Faith, which was on display from 22 January through 27 March 2016.
Several of James's original works may be viewed in person at Stanek Gallery, located in Old City at 242 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
Adorn yourself with a fabulous Krampus t-shirt designed by James Mundie! Available now in our Etsy shop.
A new woodcut by James Mundie, The Great Horned Coney, is available now in our Etsy shop.
James Mundie is pleased to be featured in Side Show, an exhibition at the Yale School of Art curated by Lisa Kereszi. Side Show is an exhibition about the intersection of fine art and the historical American popular entertainment world of the side show — in which the bodily display of the abnormal, human or animal, would be the focus of the event.
Artists in the exhibition include: Diane Arbus, Susan Meiselas, Weegee, Otto Dix, Peter Blake, Chris Daze, Roger Brown, Pamela Joseph, Jane Dickson, David Carbone, Johnny Meah, Arnold Mesches, Robert Cruikshank, John Kay, John Waters, Al Stencell, Fred Kahl, Johnny Eck, Toni-Lee Sangastiano, Marie Roberts, Edward Kelty, Henry Gerbault, Fred Johnson, Joe Coleman, Snap Wyatt, James Mundie, Ed Paschke, and Riva Lehrer.
Side Show is on view at 32 Edgewood Gallery, New Haven CT, from 13 January through 20 March 2015. There are numerous events organized around the exhibition, which kicked off on opening night with a lecture by magician/actor/author Ricky Jay and performances by Johnny Fox, The Great Fredini, Mat Fraser and Julie Atlas Muz.
[Opening reception photographs]
During the month of March, James Mundie will present Collection of Oddities at Artists' House Gallery in Philadelphia. The exhibition will feature drawings from Mundie's Prodigies series and drawings, photographs, and woodcuts from Cabinet of Curiosities.
There will be an opening reception during First Friday on 6 March, and an artists' reception on 8 March 2015. Artists' House Gallery is located at 57 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
Image: James G. Mundie, Provocation (Musuem Vrolik)
Through the month of December, Kate exhibits thirty new paintings in Philadelphia. Come see Kate Kern Mundie: New Paintings at F.A.N. Gallery, 221 Arch Street, from 7 through 29 December 2012. There will be an opening reception on Friday, December 7th, from 5:00 to 9:00 PM; and an artist's reception on Sunday, December 9th, from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.
Image: Kate Kern Mundie, City Hall in Fog, oil on panel, 2012
It's that most wonderfrul time of the year, and perhaps you need a little help keeping the kids in line (however old they may be). Luckily, Krampus is there to help. Adorn your walls with this fabulous new Gruss vom Krampus design by James Mundie.
Better yet, get this and last year's design for one low price. Order your's today!
Check out the line-up for the 11th Annual Sideshow Gathering at Inkin' the Valley, 2 through 4 November 2012 in Wilkes-Barre PA! This year, the world's only sideshow convention will be hosted by entertainment phenomenon Todd Robbins.
You can see James's photographs from Sideshow Gathering 2012 here.
James Mundie's drawing J. R. Bass, The Ossified Man was purchased for the collection of The Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts as a result of its inclusion in 113th Fellowship of PAFA Exhibition in the Alumni Gallery of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 29 July through 9 September 2012. The exhibition was juried by Martha Mayer Erlebacher.
It's back and bigger than ever:
Sideshow Gathering 2011 — the world's only sideshow convention — at the 18th Annual Inkin' The Valley tattoo convention in Wilkes-Barre PA, 4–6 November 2011. This is the event you've seen featured on CNN, TLC and the Discovery Channel and in such documentaries as Stomachs of Steel and Alive Inside.
Attractions at the 10th Annual Sideshow Gathering will include:
The weekend's emcees, Tyler Fyre and Thrill Kill Jill of The Lucky Daredevil Thrillshow — named “Best Sideshow Duo” by Washington
City Paper; FreakShow Deluxe, Hollywood's own and only carnival-style sideshow; Coney Island Chris,
the hilarious one-man ten-in-one seen on America's Got Talent; Philadelphia's Olde City Sideshow, featuring Danny Borneo, Martin Ling the
Suicide King, Reggie Bügmüncher and special guest GiGi Holliday of Baltimore's Sticky Buns Burlesque; the incomparable Harley Newman, professional
lunatic; Cheeky Monkey Sideshow, featuring Swami Yomahmi, Sally the Cinch, Mab Just Mab, and tantalizing guest Cherríe Sweetbottom;
Keith Bindlestiff, co-founder of the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and alter-ego of presidential candidate Kinko the Clown; Knotty Bits Sideshow,
and many more! Additionally, vendors such as Col. Hunsley's Freaks and Oddities and James Taylor's Shocked and Amazed! will display genuine freak
animals, memorabilia, rare books, and original show banners. Step right up to the Sideshow Gathering for a weekend of entertainment and diversion you will never forget!
This June, Kate returns to Philadelphia's F.A.N. Gallery with an exhibition of new paintings. Kate Kern Mundie: Recent Paintings will feature more than thirty new works in oil. The exhibition begins with an opening reception on Friday, June 3rd, from 5:00–9:00 PM and continues through 25 June 2011.
F.A.N. Gallery is located at 221 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
Image: Kate Kern Mundie, None Such Farm, oil on masonite, 2010
Jim has created a poster for Welcome the Weird!, an event being held on 21 May 2011 at Washington DC's Red Palace to welcome back James Taylor's amazing odddities collection. Two full shows of sideshow and burlesque spectacle are planned for the celebration.
Image: James Mundie, poster for Welcome the Weird at Red Palace, ink, 2011
Jim and Kate Mundie bid a fond farewell to Franco Kossa, founder of the Sideshow Gathering, who passed away on 2 May 2011. The 10th Annual Sideshow Gathering will go ahead as scheduled this year as a tribute to Franco and his vision.
Don't miss the premier sideshow and variety performance event of the year:
Sideshow Gathering 2010 — the world's only sideshow convention — at the 17th Annual Inkin' The Valley tattoo convention in Wilkes-Barre PA, 5–7 November 2010. This is the event you've seen featured on CNN, TLC and the Discovery Channel and in such documentaries as Stomachs of Steel and Alive Inside.
Attractions at the 9th Annual Sideshow Gathering will include:
The weekend's emcees, Tyler Fyre and Thrill Kill Jill of The Lucky Daredevil Thrillshow — named “Best Sideshow Duo” by Washington City Paper; Chris McDaniel, the rope-spinning, whip-cracking, singing cowboy; Coney Island Chris, the hilarious one-man ten-in-one seen on America's Got Talent; Olde City Sideshow, featuring Danny Borneo, Martin Ling the Suicide King, and Reggie Bügmüncher; Harley Newman, professional lunatic; Cheeky Monkey Sideshow, featuring Swami Yomahmi, Mr. Eon, Mab Just Mab, and The Darwin Sisters; Magic Brian, outrageous comedy-magic and sideshow stunts; Doc Wilson, escape artist and medicine show huckster; bagpiper Patrick O'Brien; Mr. Crispy, who will be spending his honeymoon on stage; and many more! This year's event also welcomes special guest of honor A. W. Stencell, showman and author of Circus and Carnival Ballyhoo, who will receive the 2010 Ambassador of Wonder Award. Additionally, vendors such as James Taylor's Shocked and Amazed! will display freakshow memorabilia, rare books, and original show banners. Step right up to the Sideshow Gathering for a weekend of entertainment and diversion you won't soon forget!
This summer, Kate returns to Philadelphia's own F.A.N. Gallery with a two-month-long show! Kate Kern Mundie: Recent Paintings will feature more than thirty new works in oil. The exhibition begins with an opening reception on Friday, 4 June, from 5:00–9:00 PM (a second reception will be held on Friday, 2 July) and continues through 31 July 2010.
F.A.N. Gallery is located at 221 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
Image: Kate Kern Mundie, Longnook (Eventide), oil on panel, 2010
A brand new body of work — and a new website — is now ready for viewing: James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities features original photographs, drawings and prints from anatomy and medical museums.
From 11 September through 9 October 2009, eight drawings from James G. Mundie's Prodigies are featured in Beautiful Human in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery at Haverford College.
Curated exclusively for Haverford by Philadelphia artist and educator Shelley Spector, founder and director
of Spector Gallery/Projects, Beautiful Human presents unique explorations of human life by six Philadelphia-based
artists: Donald E. Camp, Matthew Fisher, Laura Graham, Rob Matthews, Joshua Mosley, and James Mundie.
“Through individual portrayal of real and fictional people, the six artists present bodies of work that explore
history, time, truth, love, faith, identity, desire, lineage, mortality, and honor.” — Shelley Spector
The exhibition runs in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery from Friday, 11 September through 9 October 2009. An opening reception will be held Friday, September 11th, from 5:30-7:30 PM in the Gallery.
An artists' panel discussion moderated by Robert Cozzolino, Curator of Modern Art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, will be held Tuesday, September 22nd, at 4:30 PM in the Sharpless Auditorium of the
Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center (KINSC). Located in Whitehead Campus Center in Haverford, Pennsylvania, the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery is open Monday-Friday 11 AM-5 PM, Saturdays and Sundays 10 AM-5 PM, and Wednesdays until 8 PM.
From 9 May through 6 June 2009, six pieces from James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities will be featured in The Morbid Anatomy Cabinet: Gallery as Wunderkammer at Barrister's Gallery in New Orleans.
The exhibition is curated by Joanna Ebenstein of the Morbid Anatomy blog.
Barrister's Gallery is located at 2331 St. Claude Avenue and Spain, New Orleans LA 70117.
From 9 April through 9 May 2009, eighteen new photographs from James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities will be featured in Shock & Horror: Human Oddities and Medical Marvels at Todd/Browning Gallery in downtown Los Angeles CA. Jim's work will
hang alongside vintage photographs by the likes of Charles Eisenmann.
A preview video of the show may be seen here.
What Lies Beneath © 2008 James G. Mundie
Todd/Browning Gallery is located at 211 West 5th Street (between Spring & Broadway), Los Angeles CA 90013.
In February, ten photographs from James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities were featured in New Scientist.
Sixteen pieces from James G. Mundie's Cabinet of Curiosities were featured in Alumni Travel Grant Exhibition at the Center for Emerging Visual Artists, 26 February through 19 March 2009.
Hungry Ghosts No. 1 © 2008 James G. Mundie
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists is located at 237 South 18th Street, Suite #3-A, Philadelphia PA 19103.
Kate Kern Mundie will have her first major solo exhibition in a commercial gallery this November. Kate Kern Mundie: Recent Paintings at F.A.N. Gallery will feature more than two dozen new paintings from locations in and around
Philadelphia, Washington DC, St. Louis, London, Paris and Amsterdam. The exhibition begins with an opening reception on Friday, 7 November, from 5:00–9:00 PM and continues through 29 November 2008.
F.A.N. Gallery is located at 221 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
Image: Kate Kern Mundie, Construction, oil on panel, 2008
Four of these paintings will also be on view in the F.A.N. Gallery booth during the 17th Annual USArtists American Fine
Art Show in Philadelphia, October 17th – 19th, 2008.
[Kate Kern Mundie: Recent Paintings press release]
[Kate Kern Mundie: Recent Paintings preview]
James and Kate Mundie exhibited together for the first time in a show called Inside/Outside: Kate Kern Mundie and James G. Mundie at The Station Gallery, 6 to 28 June 2008.
As befits the title, Kate presented recent interior paintings and Jim showed landscape paintings, drawings and prints. An opening reception was held on Friday, 6 June 2008 from 5:00–8:00 PM.
The Station Gallery is located at 3922 Kennett Pike, Greenville DE 19807.
[Inside/Outside press release]
Kate Kern Mundie is showing a new painting in the Annual Faculty Exhibition at the Fleisher Art Memorial, 10 May through 22 September 2008.
Fleisher Art Memorial is located at 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia PA 19147.
Jim and Kate Mundie are pleased to announce that Declan Fergus Mundie was born at Pennsylvania Hospital on
Thursday, 17 April 2008. Declan clocked in at 7 pounds 12 ounces and 21 inches long.
Mom and baby are both home now and doing well. So far, Declan seems to be a good natured baby, and hardly fussy at all — a trend we hope continues until he is 25.
James Mundie returned from a European trip visiting medical museums to discover that he has been awarded
a 2008 Individual Creative Artists Fellowship from
the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
From the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts press release of January 31st:
“Pennsylvania takes pride in the artistic excellence represented in
these fellowship grants to individual artists,” said council Executive Director Philip
Horn. “As creators and entrepreneurs, these artists help Pennsylvania’s creative
economy flourish, which in turn enriches the commonwealth’s economy and our quality of
Individual Creative Artists Fellowships are awarded annually in selected categories. The 2008
awards were available in dance - choreography; folk and traditional arts – performing
traditions; literature – poetry; media arts – documentary and narrative;
music – classical composition; theatre – scriptworks (for playwrights and
screenwriters); and visual arts – painting or drawing/artist’s books/printmaking or
new technologies/other genres.
The goal of the PCA’s individual creative artists division is to encourage and enable
outstanding Pennsylvania artists of all backgrounds to perform their work and display it to the
public. The council annually awards fellowships of $5,000 and $10,000. Recipients are
recommended after a rigorous evaluation process where qualified arts professionals review
applicants’ work samples and support materials. The review process is anonymous, with the
exception of the folk and traditional arts applications.
This year, the council will collaborate with the Institute for Cultural Partnerships,
Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation and
Pittsburgh Filmmakers to provide administrative
services for the PCA’s fellowship program.
The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts is a state agency that works to develop and promote the
continued excellence, diversity and vitality of the arts in Pennsylvania, as well as to broaden
the availability and appreciation of arts throughout the state.
For more information,
visit www.pacouncilonthearts.org, or call 717-787-6883.
Kate Kern Mundie exhibited eight paintings in a group show at F.A.N. Gallery, 4 through 26 January 2008.
There was an opening reception on Friday, 4 January 2008 from 5:00–9:00 PM.
F.A.N. Gallery is located at 221 Arch Street Street, Philadelphia PA 19106.
BRAND SPANKING NEW: we announce a new t-shirt design by James Mundie of the infamous Joseph Pujol, Le Pétomane — as seen in the pages of
James Taylor's Shocked and Amazed! On & Off the Midway.
Get yours today!
Kate Kern Mundie and James Mundie are once again offering original artwork at rock-bottom prices on the sale page!
[view or purchase works now]
James Mundie has just posted new photos from November's Shocked and Amazed Tour.
James Mundie exhibited recent drawings, prints, and photographs alongside Col. J.D. Wilkes and Brett Whitacre in Freeks and Geaks at The Plowhaus, 20 July – 5 August 2007.
The Plowhaus is located at 211 South 17th Street, East Nashville TN 37206.
James Mundie has been busily engaged in photographic pursuits, the results of which
may be seen on his Flickr profile.
Subjects for his camera include the quirkiness of South Philadelphia, Eastern State Penitentiary, Coney Island, and the Mütter Museum.
James Mundie's Young Woman with a Parasitic Twin Wearing a Mantilla and Basquiña was selected for the 40th anniversary edition of Art of the State® at the State Museum of Pennsylvania, where it won 3rd Prize for Works on Paper.
Art of the State: Pennsylvania 2007 was held 9 June through 9 September 2007.
The State Museum of Pennsylvania is located at 300 North Street, Harrisburg PA 17120.
James Mundie was recently interviewed about his collection of historic sideshow items on Ephemera: exploring the world of old paper.
Kate Kern Mundie exhibited new landscape paintings from around the Philadelphia area in the Faculty Gallery of the
Fleisher Art Memorial, 16 February through 17 March 2007.
MundieArt introduces new sale page featuring original artwork at bargain prices.
Kate Kern Mundie had several paintings available for sale in Workerman Gallery's exhibition The Urban Landscape, 6 November through 6 December 2006.
Workerman Gallery is located at 4031 Cresson Street, Manayunk, Philadelphia PA 19127 .
James Mundie has posted recent photographs from Eastern State Penitentiary.
James Mundie's Prodigies was featured in two major exhibitions this season: a reprisal of
Alive Inside: The Lure and Lore of the Sideshow at Purdue University (28 August – 8 October 2006), and
a solo exhibition entitled Congress of Oddities: James G. Mundie's Prodigies at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts (8 September – 22 October 2006).
Congress of Oddities feautured thirty-one drawings — the largest display of this body of work to date.
[Congress of Oddities press release]
An article about Congress of Oddities appears on ArtInfo.
James Mundie and Kate Kern Mundie were among those invited to submit work to
Dear Fleisher: 4 x 6 Inches of Art at Fleisher Art Memorial, 15 — 18 October 2006. The exhibition and sale of original postcard-sized art by
several hundred emerging and nationally prominent artists opened to the public on Sunday, October 15th. All work was presented anonymously until after the sale was final.
All proceeds will support Fleisher's education and exhibition programs.
Kate Kern Mundie was featured in In the Neighborhood at StrataSphere, 26 August – 30 September, 2006.
StrataSphere is located at 1854 Germantown Avenue (corner of Berks Street), Philadelphia PA 19122.
Kate Kern Mundie has recieved the 2006-2007 Fred & Naomi Hazell Faculty Fellowship from the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial.
James and Kate Mundie took a two-week painting holiday in Scotland. Kate's paintings and Jim's drawings and photographs from the trip are now
available for viewing.
Kate Kern Mundie and fellow painter Ed Bronstein exhibited together in a show called As We See It at the Philadelphia headquarters of
law firm Cozen O'Connor. Ed and Kate's work was on display there through 26 May 2006.
Kate Kern Mundie was a featured artist in the re-opening exhibition of the
William Ris Gallery. Kate's works will be on display starting 18 March 2006.
William Ris Gallery is located at 9400 Second Avenue, Stone Harbor NJ 08247.
Site updates: Several works added to Jim's drawing and painting galleries. Many new works and descriptions by Kate in her painting gallery and drawing gallery.
James Mundie was invited to participate in Drawn Inside, an exhibition of drawings
curated by John Shipman:
Drawn Inside is an exhibition highlighting not just the exceptional draughtsmanship
of three artists, but how they use their imagery to pull the viewer into their conceptual worlds.
This group of three artists, through the mastery of their techniques and a healthy dose of humor,
invite the viewer into their worlds of politics, sexuality, sociology and anthropology.
Exhibiting Artists: Ken Mabrey, Erika Nelson and James Mundie
Drawn Inside was on view in the The Felicity R. "Bebe" Benoliel Gallery of The Center For Emerging Visual Artists (formerly Creative
Artists Network) 27 October through 23 November 2005.
The Center for Emerging Visual Artists is located at 237 South 18th Street, Suite 3-A, Philadelphia PA 19103.
Both James and Kate Kern Mundie had work featured in the 108th Annual Exhibition of the Fellowship of the Pennsylvania Academy of
the Fine Arts at the Philadelphia Sketch Club in Philadelphia, 2 through 28 October 2005.
The Philadelphia Sketch Club is located at 247 South Camac Street, Philadelphia PA 19107.
James Mundie exhibited six drawings from Prodigies in Step Right Up! Sideshow
Wonders and Human Curiosities, an exhibition at Orange Hill Art in Atlanta, Georgia, 22 July through 1 September 2005.
Also featured were Kevin House, Col. J.D. Wilkes, Jeffrey Pratt Gordon's collection of Johnny Eck memorabilia,
and Alabama folk artist Butch Anthony displaying items from his Museum of Wonder. The show also featured vintage
sideshow banners from the 1930s through '50s.
An opening reception was held on 28 July 2005 from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. The reception was followed by music and sideshow festivities at the
After Party at the Star Bar in Little Five Points.
Orange Hill Art, Inc. is located at 331 Elizabeth Street NE, Suite C, Atlanta GA 30307.
[press release for the exhibition]
[photographs from the opening]
Kate Kern Mundie mounted a solo exhibition of drawings and landscape paintings called Land and Sea at the Ocean City Arts Center, 3 through 29 August 2005.
The Ocean City Arts Center is located at 1735 Simpson Avenue, Ocean City NJ 08226.
[press release for the exhibition]
James Mundie has added photographs of Hall & Christ's World of Wonders & Palace of Illusions at the 2005 Pennsylvania State Fair.
James Mundie was among several artists invited by curator and author Mark Sloan to participate in
Alive Inside: The Lure and Lore of the Sideshow. The exhibition — part of the
Piccolo Spoleto Festival — was on view in Charleston, South Carolina, from 13 May to 15 June 2005.
The show was housed in several venues, including the William Halsey Gallery at the School of the Arts, College of Charleston,
and Redux Contemporary Art Center.
A progressive opening began at 5:00 P.M. on 13 May 2005, culminating at the Music Farm with Son of SinSoRama — an event which featured
musical performances (Minimum Wage, songsmith and thereminist Kevin House, and Those Legendary Shack*Shakers), and
various flirtations with mirth and death — including special performances by Brett Loudermilk and Sideshow Bennie.
Artists in the exhibition included: David Boatwright, Sarina Brewer, the late Johnny Eck (in collaboration with Jeffrey Gordon), Kevin House, Andrea Mai Lekberg, Leigh Magar,
James G. Mundie, Joe Petro, Max Rada Dada, Madame Talbot, Col. J.D. Wilkes,
Kurt Webb and Kreg Yingst.
[Photographs of the exhibition and reception]
Kate Kern Mundie presented a solo exhibition of landscape and cityscapes called En Plein Air: Paintings by Kate Kern Mundie at Twenty Two Gallery Café.
An opening reception was held on Friday, 13 May, from 6:00-9:00 P.M. The exhibition continued through 9 June 2005.
Twenty Two is located at 236 South 22nd Street, Philadelphia PA 19103.
[Photographs of the exhibition and reception]
James Mundie showed four works in The Academy at Penn, a juried exhibition
of Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts alumni who received their bachelors degrees from the University of Pennsylvania through
the coordinated program that has existed between the two institutions since 1922.
The exhibition was held in the Kroiz Gallery in Penn's Fisher Fine Arts Library from 28 April through 8 June 2005.
An opening reception was held on Friday, 13 May, from 5:00—8:00 P.M.
The Kroiz Gallery and Architectural Archives is located on the University of Pennsylvania's campus at 220 South 34th Street, Philadelphia PA.
Site updates: New paintings and descriptions by Kate in her painting gallery, photographs from Kate's
show at Twenty Two Gallery Café, photos from the Alive Inside opening in Charleston, and Jim's photos from the 2005 Pennsylvania State Fair.
Kate Kern Mundie showed two new pastel drawings at Philadelphia's Twenty Two Gallery Café in a group exhibition called Flowers planned to coincide with the
internationally famous Philadelphia Flower Show.
An opening reception was held on Friday, March 11 from 6:00—9:00 P.M. The exhibition continued through 8 April 2005.
Twenty Two is located at 236 South 22nd Street, between Locust and Spruce Streets, near Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia.
Site updates: New paintings by Kate in her painting gallery, and new drawings by Jim in his drawing gallery. Also, several new
MundieArt.com features the artwork of James G. Mundie and Kate Kern Mundie — drawings, paintings, woodcuts, etchings, and monotypes.
In coming months look for expanded content, including: more works by Jim and Kate in their respective
galleries, the development of an art resources section, recommended reading, and an
invited artist gallery.
James Mundie was featured in the exhibition missionCREEP.com: LIVE!, 4 through 27 February. The exhibition, at Nexus: Foundation
for Today's Art in Philadelphia, was the first time that the artists and writers who make up the
popular and irreverent website, missionCREEP.com had come
together to collectively show their work in the physical realm. The exhibition featured the work of Susan Hagen, James G. Mundie, Sarah McEneaney,
Tina Newberry, Bill Amundson, Judith Schaechter, Ted Adams, Carol Nowak, Jim Knipfel, Mitch Gillette, Mike Walsh, and the underground zine Expresso Tilt.
A stunning catalogue of the exhibition (full color, 40 pages) is available for purchase.