Figurative

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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“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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Michael Cardacino, a multimedia artist who lives and works in Springs, East Hampton, NY.  His art, realized in sculpture, installations, stills and performance pieces on paper and video, evidences an unusual representational take on how art can

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I began making photographs upon returning to NYC after obtaining the Ph.D. degree in psychology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH.  Living in Greenwich Village at the time, teaching four evenings/week at the City University

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Peter studied art at Croydon College of Art and Hampstead School of Art in London, and at West Dean College in Sussex, England. For many years he worked internationally as an award-winning film editor, on features, documentaries,

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My paintings focus on abstraction and a new body of work that I have been perfecting over my lifetime.  I have coined this body of work Neoplasticity.  It is in the movement of psychic automatism, which gives

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Bio Elizabeth Casqueiro is a visual artist who was born in England and grew up in Portugal.  She came to live in the United States first as a high school exchange student and later as a graduate

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David is an illustrator and a creator of several underground comix and has worked with comix creators such as S. Clay Wilson.  He is also an abstract expressionist painter known for his tactile works with layers of

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“Art is not a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it”.  ― Bertolt Brecht . With an MFA from Pratt Institute and teaching positions at Rochester Institute of Technology, Fashion Institute of Technology,

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“Creating my art is a bit of a bareback ride; I combine mediums in new and regenerative ways that evoke movement, energy and life. Many of my works are large or life- size urban equestrian paintings, “Urban

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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 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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My artwork takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues focusing on women and their struggles. In my work, I employ both abstract and figurative representations to evoke different emotional responses. I understand art as

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Jerry Schwabe paints for “the eyes and the soul.” His soft muted colors, found in many of his beach scenes, reflect a sense of calmness and serenity. Contrastingly, some of his new paintings are full of vibrant

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