Top 7 Individual Artists of 2004

Rachel Koper lists her favorite individual artists of 2004

<i>Folding (Into a Greater World)</i>, by Jim Hodges 
(Austin Museum of Art)
Folding (Into a Greater World), by Jim Hodges (Austin Museum of Art)

1) Jim Hodges (Austin Museum of Art)

2) Lance Letscher (Austin Museum of Art)

3) Marc Silva (Studio 2 Gallery)

4) Christopher Fitzgerald (2040 Gallery)

5) David Leonard, "American Beauty" (2040 Gallery)

6) Will Klemm (Wally Workman Gallery)

7) Denise Prince Martin (Plan B Gallery)

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