Loud Cow Studio is a fabrication studio that produces dioramas, replications, sculptures and murals.
Loud Cow is a small studio with a staff of highly attentive artists and creators. We only take on a few clients at a time. That way we can give the right amount of artistic attention to your commission. We have an in-house-art-space in which we invite artists and cultural producers to exhibit. Loud Cow is owned and operated by artist Aaron Delehanty.
Meet the Artists!
Aaron Delehanty, M.F.A.
Aaron Delehanty is the founder and lead artist of Loud Cow Studio. He has made work for museums and institutions around the world. He is a champion of dioramas (he believes that the world should have more of them), and speaks regularly on their importance on such stages as TEDx Flour City. He earned an MFA in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a BA in History from the Ohio State.
Jane Esther Mahoney, B.F.A.
Jane Mahoney majored in ceramics and printmaking at Alfred University, as well as minoring in Performance Design and Technology, earning her BFA in 2017. She brings a lot of energy and focus to the job, helping the studio to be well organized and efficient. With Jane around the studio runs like a fine tuned engine. Her specialty is a detailed attention to every project that she is working on.
Rich Christian, MFA
Richard Christian was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, where he earned his BFA in Painting from Buffalo State College and his MFA in Painting and Drawing from the C.W. Post College of Long Island University. Rich has worked as an Adjunct Professor of Paintign and Drawing at Rochester Institute of Technology, Daemen College, Medaille College and Villa Maria College. He has years of experience working for museums in Art Conservation and restoration, as well as Exhibits Design. He has also co-authored the recently published book, Creative Spaces, The Western New York Artist Studio Project, RPSS Publishing.
Katie Epner , Video and Media Production
While projects at Loud Cow Studio span over many months, Katie helps to condense the work into visually coherent procedures. Her videos are made with the end user in mind: one who seeks quality and proof of it. With every new project comes new opportunities to showcase the intricacies of the art, and she is always looking forward to the age-old challenge of “doing it justice”.
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