Artist Directory

Berges Alvarez’s work demonstrates a profound concern and admiration for our extraordinary planet, particularly our shared “soundless landscapes” of oceans, open skies, mountains, and plants. With metaphor and imagery, he conveys a beautiful frailty that reminds us of the wonders we

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Nietzche said, “Great art is gratitude.” And Goethe said, “In art personality is everything.” As a fine art photographer with artistic roots in dramatic writing, Kat O’Neill works to balance gratitude and personality in all her pieces. Her portfolios, printed

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I am a landscape painter who paints on wood.  Born and raised in Southampton to a farming family, my life has been molded by the expansiveness of the fields and water. I’m most inspired to attempt to

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Livia Mosanu was born in Bucharest, Romania in 1980. Her family moved to the United States shortly after the fall of the communist regime. Livia received a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Studio Art

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Born and raised in India, Leila Pinto’s artistic sense reflects the diversity and richness of that country gleaned from her travels throughout both the East and West.  Leila moved to New York City to pursue a Master’s

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I’ve been living in East Hampton for a little over 25 years. Inspired by the landscape, and seascapes, but mostly by the very active arts community around me. I grew up in an artist’s home, but only

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The tidal waters and shoreline of eastern Long Island have inspired my art for many years. The question “What is happening?” in nature interests me far more than what a scene looks like. This current series of

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Every paintbrush holds a story and yet what makes this paintbrush distinctive is that it speaks to our age as distinct from any other – as witness to a medium that is shaping all our lives and

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I paint the coastal setting of the Hamptons where the land intersects with an expanse of water. Nature’s changing colors ignite my senses. With my brush, I use shapes to mark and divide the composition’s surface. With the

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Daniel Pollera was born in 1953 in the coastal town of Freeport, New York. His interest in art began at a very young age gravitating toward drawing and painting the surrounding coastline of Long Island. After a

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The six paintings in the gallery below represent an experimental approach to landscape painting. Colors and forms are derived from the natural unpopulated world and placed on the canvas. Experimentation begins, and continues until a visually pervasive

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Nancy Ness’ formative years were spent in a cookie cutter neighborhood of brick houses on Long Island, NY.  Her unconventional life began by living in a tree house and then on a sailboat. Now she and her

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Pavel Kraus was born in 1946 in Czechoslovakia and arrived in Chicago in 1969.  Here he received an MFA at the School of Art Institute of Chicago in 1974. He has lived in New York City since

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Before his professional scientific career Karl H. Szekielda painted in Berlin where he grew up. Later on, during his years of scientific research and teaching in the United States, his works of art were gradually transformed and the

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The studio of the late painter and printmaker, Elizabeth Delson (1932-2005), is open for visits by appointment to provide increased public opportunity to see and enjoy her art. Near to Gardiner’s Bay in the Springs near East Hampton,

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From an early age, Sage Cotignola sensed the importance of the mythologies and narratives that serve as the undercurrents of our lives. Whether it takes the form of a fairy tale, a work of literature, an epic

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Gabriele T. Raacke is best known for her unique reverse-painting on glass technique. Her images may feature circus performers, animals, and fairytale characters. These pieces depict a dream like world evoking surreal and distant memories but the

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Ted Asnis has been capturing the spirit and beauty of Long Island’s East End on canvas for the past twenty years. Open landscapes and rural farmsteads feature vast expanses of color and line with barns and farmland

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