Artist Directory

"Buy" by Janet Culbertson.

An Environmental and Feminist artist for over 50 years, I paint Earth’s diverse creatures and landscapes, exploring their beauty and demise through abstract and realist techniques and textures. Growing up in rural Pennsylvania I spent hours canoeing

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“Lily Pond” by Kurt Giehl, 2018. Oil on canvas, 48 x 48 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

Kurt Giehl is an artist residing in East Hampton, New York. Giehl is a painter using a combination of oil and acrylics. After a successful 23 years on Wall Street, Giehl decided to leave his financial career

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"Fusion 41" by Caroline Kaplowitz, 2018. Gouache, pastel & watercolor on paper, 16 x 12 inches.

I use the formal elements in my current work to explore the emerging and receding interplay between abstract and figurative art. I combine painting techniques in order to adjust my experience of immediacy (or distance) from the

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“Cai II” by Robert Oxnam. Weathered wood, naturally embedded rocks, organic milk paint and waxes, 14 x 14 x 13 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

“My art is inspired by several Chinese philosophies (especially Daoism) and by taking ancient Chinese aesthetics and applying them to several media.  I share Chinese preferences for certain tactile qualities – slightly off-balanced, unusual shapes, deep indentations,

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For more than 30 years, Kevin McKeon has been telling stories on behalf of brands, as an award-winning creative leader and writer in the advertising field. His innovative multimedia work on behalf of iconic brands like Virgin

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"Park Avenue Canyons" by Francine Tint, 12.10.18. Acrylic on canvas, 54 x 72 inches. Courtesy of the artist.

Francine Tint’s paintings are the result of a process of disclosure, drawn from her own life events, dreams, and readings. Influenced by the movements of color field and action painting, and painters such as Helen Frankenthaler and

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"Two Sisters with Roadkill" by Cara De Angelis, 2016. Oil on linen, 41 inch diameter. Courtesy of the artist.

The central theme in my work is the interplay between the domestic and the wild, which is integral to my series on roadkill. Ten years ago I began bringing animals found on local roads into my studio

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"Rhapsody No. 3 - All That Jazz" by Karen L. Kirshner. © Karen L. Kirshner.

Critics have said Karen’s art is original, complex, exciting and beautiful.She does not accept the status quo.Even though she has complete control over her technique, she keeps challenging herself with new possibilities. “If you seek power in

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“Lost” by Alexander Pernhorst, 2016. Photograph Miami. Courtesy of the artist.

Alexander Pernhorst is a passionate photographer, always chasing the next motif. He combines the trained eye and experience required in good photography, but most importantly he’s got the ability to bring out the best in each model. The photos

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“I paint my two loves: NYC and the East End. Although opposites, they seem to me illuminated by the same wild improbable light… the promise that anything is possible.” Marcia is an oil on canvas NYC painter

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I received the destination of Gyotaku Master following countless classes and a 6 year apprenticeship under Japanese Master Mineo Yamamoto. I am inspired to create my art by the look on people’s faces who enter my studio

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Like many other artists I fell in love with the East End of Long Island, its extraordinary light, the ocean and its wide pristine beaches and the clean air, the quaint and lazy shorelines of Shelter Island.

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Jessica Alazraki’s figurative portraits convey everyday stories of colorful characters. These are confronting the viewer, without interacting with each other, instead submerged in their own personal psyche. The narratives are based in ordinary and familiar scenes of

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Anna Fenimore is a mosaic artist and the owner of The Glorious Glass Art Boutique of St. James, NY. With great attention to detail, Anna manifests uniqueness to each of her pieces by juxtaposing varied glass. Gorgeous crystal like

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“My work may be classified as photographic image composites or new media art. It uses multiple digital photographic images  or segments of images and/or drawings that are fused to create a single composite image. The images may be

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Painting has become a necessary endeavor in my life.  The inquiry, colors, surprises and challenges are all food for my soul.  The more I try, the more ideas I have.  Beauty in nature inspires my creative impulse. 

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As a passionate gardener, my art is as intricately entwined as the gardens surrounding my studio. Cultivating and tending these gardens is the first stage of creating the art that grows from my brushes onto canvas. Flowers

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Artist Bio In late 2007, the urge to express, the necessity to create a visual record, came rushing forward into Steve Haweeli’s life. The compulsion to paint came with hesitation and fear. He labored in his subterranean

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