Over the past 8 years, Caleb has found a passion collaborating with artists, architects, engineers, and designers to produce projects, products, and exhibitions in public and private sectors. As a fabricator, installer, and designer, he has held assistant positions in sculpture, film, and photography with Mark di Suvero, Eve Sussman, and Andre Lambertson respectively. Caleb taught drawing and sculpture at the Briarcliff College of Design in Long Island, NY from 2000 to 2002. He currently has work hanging at the Leedy-Voulkus Arts Center in the arts district of Kansas City and developing his business Constructible.
Caleb grew up on a 2,000-acre farm in Chillicothe, Missouri and has lived and worked in New York City and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Caleb holds a B.F.A. in Sculpture from the Kansas City Art Institute and has completed the Sustainable Architecture program at Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti in Arizona.
You can view his work at calebleebowman.com.
Megan Bryde is a designer, fabricator, and builder with backgrounds in construction, and literary criticism who grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. Being deep in the art world from a young age she has been taking part in stage production, event management, opera chorus, professional choirs, teaching English as a second language, writing consultation, and editing.
She has been working with sculptor, Caleb Bowman, since 2017 and is working on building her own woodworking studio, Bryden Pied-a-terre. She graduated from Truman State University with an B.A. in English and two minors in Music and Psychology.
Charlotte May is an artist living in Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute with a BFA in sculpture and creative writing. Informed by dream phenomena, the human body, and technological advancements. Charlotte’s work explores limitations of the five senses as tools for building one’s understanding of the world. Sculpture and writing are used as a means to process and better understand visceral experiences that may be foreign to many in the audience. As someone who has regularly experienced sleep paralysis and hypnagogia since childhood, Charlotte is inspired from these phenomena that exist on the blurred lines between reality and the unknown. Her work draws from the correlation between the body, membranes, and dreams that separate this dimension from others.