Jean Morley is a contemporary artist inspired by human sensitivities. Morley is best known for work that reflects ethereal beauty, an explosion of brilliant color, deep layers of emotion, and spiritual awareness.
Jennifer Cadoff makes drawings with ink on watercolor paper, combines drawings into collages, and crafts multimedia paperworks, which incorporate techniques of hand-made books such as folding, gluing, and sewing.
In 1975 I began working in Cass Corridor, a tough but culturally significant district of Detroit, shaping and assembling discarded motorcycle and salvaged steel parts. The process has evolved into acetylene and electric welded constructions. I still choose to use discarded mechanical artifacts because I find them singularly precious and beautiful.
Catherine Caulfield Russell, merges contemporary with classical, her personal preference remains to work in oil on canvas or anodized aluminum panels which combined with the oil paint achieve a richness and luminosity.
Arnold is a film based artist based in New York. A master printer working exclusively in film and gelatin silver prints his goal is to create a sense of surprise at seeing a simple object in a new way.
Suzanne has been a watercolor artist for the past 35 years. She is known for her large format colorful watercolors of imaginary botanicals and more recently, smaller work in black and white rendered in graphite and watercolor.
Marilyn Mazin Miller is a contemporary sculptor and installation artist specializing in clay and bronze work. She is inspired by nature, beauty and social issues and fascinated by movement, rhythm and fluidity. Her work exudes sensuality, strength and warmth.
Sofie Swann is an American abstract artist based in Connecticut. Her paintings are primarily composed of repetitive elements that create a sense of rhythm or movement. Each painting reflects a vivid memory of her life experiences, some real, others imagined.
Rita Baunok is a Hungarian-born American photographer based in Katonah, New York.
Baunok, who holds an MFA in Photography from the University of Hartford, has been working on long term projects for the past fifteen years.
A multidimensional artist, Joshua 2 finds expression in a wide variety of media and genres. The paper-painting technique used for vessels is a process Joshua developed through trial and error over many years. In all his artistic pursuits, Joshua believes in the healing power of truth.
Jacqueline Lorieo models in clay and carves in wood and stone, with her pieces ranging from half-life size to small hand-held medals. Many are figurative fragments, fired in clay or cast in bronze or glass.
Patrick J. Cicalo is an American born photographer. A founding partner of The Red Circle PhotoArts Collective and an exhibiting member of the Soho Photo Gallery in NYC and the Ground Glass, a fine art photography group based in the Metro NY/Westchester County area.
Mitchell Visoky is a multidisciplinary, visual artist working with a variety of media and processes to create abstract and representational images. His inspiration comes from aspects of nature and the man-made forms. He works primarily with the printmaking technique of monotypes and mixed media encaustic paintings.
Bruce Dunbar is a photographic artist who is interested in examining the various processes of photography. He frequently works across processes and combines different processes from analog to digital to instant to alternative.