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Alison Bert

Alison Bert

Alison Bert draws on her background in music and journalism to capture the spirit of people and places, distilling her subjects to convey the most striking and essential elements. She started photography 10 years ago as a reporter for The Journal News. As a freelance photojournalist for AOL Patch Media, she won a second place […]

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Alison Marra

Alison Marra

Alison Marra is an abstract painter and mixed media artist whose work investigates themes of cultural femininity and the natural environment. Additionally, she volunteers and holds residencies in several local elementary schools to guide children in accessing and trusting their personal creative voices. Alison lives with her husband and two daughters in Yonkers, NY.   […]

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Ana	Silbert

Ana Silbert

I am moved to make art in order to share some of the beauty I see around me. Beauty, not just in the traditionally beautiful such as sunsets and mountains, but beauty found in random compositions which the human eye imposes — juxtapositions of colors, shapes and lines. To me great paintings are akin to […]

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Anne-Marie McIntyre

Anne-Marie McIntyre

My ceramics are part of an ongoing attempt to bring a drawn line into the physical world. The unusual techniques have been developed over years of studio practice. These include an extensive repertoire of hand mixed glazes and combined elements in multiple firings. The bases of these pieces are made by traditional slip casting in […]

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Antonio Alvarez

Antonio Alvarez

A painter paints in spite of himself, out of necessity for his spirit to survive gracefully and without regrets. There is not a worse painting than the one that was thought of but never executed. When I arrived in the USA (a very young man, then) I had been practicing both Literature and Painting with […]

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Beth Sutherland

Beth Sutherland

The subjects of my paintings and prints — urban/suburban architecture, and landscape — are for me potent reflections of the lives we live. My works provide a way of seeing what’s right under our noses. This is, naturally, both pleasurable (or I wouldn’t be making them), and not. As I spend more and more time […]

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Beverly Shipko

Beverly Shipko

I am drawn to painting desserts for their enticing textures, shapes, and colors that seduce you with mouth-watering rewards. However, since I can’t eat sweets like I used to, my personal relationship with food and decadent treats has evolved. Now I appreciate them more as a visual feast for the eyes and the nostalgia they […]

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Bruce Richards

Bruce Richards

Artist’s Statement The titles of the works, which are suggestive of allegorical content, serve as introductions to the images narrative. My aim is to engage the viewer in both the title’s verbal association and it’s visual analogy. My hope is that the work will provide both surface and metaphorical readings that will connect the idea […]

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Bruce Robbins

Bruce Robbins

Bruce Christopher Robbins is an artist and teacher who works in whatever medium seems best suited for the project being explored. With an equal passion for the visual and performing arts, puppetry became a way to investigate and combine his many interests. He has been a faculty in residence at The Masters School in Dobbs […]

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Carol Herd-Rodriguez

Carol Herd-Rodriguez

In the metaphor and beauty of a nest, an empty boat, a bird in flight, trees in a forest, or the Hudson River I seek to bring the wondrous into focus. My art work expresses the the visible and the invisible. I have been painting empty boats as symbols of limitless possibility for 8 or […]

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Carol Perron Sommerfield

Carol Perron Sommerfield

“If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.” Marc Chagall I took a 34 year break from art as I pursued a successful career as a corporate executive. I returned to painting in 2010. As I picked up my paintbrushes again, I realized that my art was not […]

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Catrin Perih

Catrin Perih

I grew up in Wales and that has had a significant impact on my work. In college I focused on the landscape of West Wales using collage, painting and etching to create works that were semi-abstract. Since moving to the States I am constantly striving to find landscapes that evoke the feeling I had growing […]

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Chloe Sikirica

Chloe Sikirica

Chloe Sikirica obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Painting from SUNY New Paltz, NY and her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Studio Art and Art Education from New York University. Throughout her education organic shapes inspired her and forms found in nature and has maintained this in her current work. She is […]

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Christy Knell

Christy Knell

Encaustic painting is fun—you work with a blowtorch, hot wax, and a pancake griddle. Weird, right? I desperately try to control the wax with the fire, to make the geometric shapes and straight lines I picture in my head, and the wax does its own thing. So I reframe my expectations as the wax decides […]

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Claire Fishman

Claire Fishman

I’m a clinical psychologist by profession. My passion has been to explore people in their natural environments, people and families struggling with emotional conflicts and behavioral deficits. When I inherited the role of family photographer—my husband, a perfectionist with the camera and not quick enough to capture the moment, my preferred m.o.—a new passion emerged […]

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Constanza Mallol

Constanza Mallol

Constanza has lived in Chile, México and the United States.  The folklore, nature, culture and weather of each of these countries that were her beloved homes, have cause a great impact on the artist sensibilities toward her Art. Her painting is direct, immediate  and speak directly to emotion, with no intellectual or rational interference. Trained […]

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Cristine Kossow

Cristine Kossow

Cristine Kossow has lived her whole life alongside the Hudson River – except for a six year hippie hiatus on a farm in Maine. A Parsons trained designer, she always had enough freelance work to support her cycling career, which took her to Europe and around the US to race and party with a decidedly […]

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Darren Scala

Darren Scala

I have always been fascinated with all things small. I’m not sure why but there is something very seductive about miniatures: the perfect lines of a delicate captain’s chair. A Bombay chest of drawers with bowed curves and swirls of real wood grain. Or a deeply ornate, 6-arm chandelier with bronzed elegance and antique finishing. […]

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David Barnett

David Barnett

Combining found elements with those fashioned by my own hand, my work encompasses two- and three-dimensional collage as well as sculptural objects. Infused with a rich sense of history, the essence of my work lies in the age-old struggle between nature and the man-made industrial world. My challenge is to convey that sense of conflict […]

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David Press

David Press

Inspired by artists Naum Gabo, Alexander Calder, and Raider Nelson and mathematician/model builder Theodore Olivier, I continue in 2017 to use straight lines to produce three dimensional curves. One present focus is the suspension of multiple shapes at once. Website        

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David Rabinowitz

David Rabinowitz

As an artist I work hard to develop images that reflect my interest in surrealism. Some of the major surrealistic artists are one’s you may be familiar with, such as Salvadore Dali, Rene Magritte, Max Ernst and Leonora Carrington. My work compromises what is described as photomontage or collage and uses pieces of many photographs […]

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Deborah Druick

Deborah Druick

Born in Montreal, Canada, Druick has exhibited in Hong Kong, Macau, Canada, and the United States. Selected Group Shows 2017 “The Figure: Interpreted through Contemporary Mediums”, curated by Barbara MacAdam, Executive editor of Art News, at Site: Brooklyn, NY. Clio Art Fair: March 3-5, curated by Chelsea, NY curated by Alessandro Berni. 2016 “ The […]

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Diane Brawarsky

Diane Brawarsky

I am interested in exploring and creating connections between objects and images. My compositions focus on actual and imagined links between place, past and present. Using traditional and innovative techniques in my work, I juxtapose paint and wax on wood surfaces with found remnants. These artifacts of personal histories are essential to my artistic process, […]

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Ed Fountain

Ed Fountain

After a 40 year career in the entertainment industry I’ve decided to explore a new approach to the materials I have used in my work. ​ I have found that these components and the associated machinery and techniques present a palette of colors and textures as rich as those in any traditional art medium. http://www.edfountain.net […]

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Edward Bear Miller

Edward Bear Miller

My oil paintings express my concern for humanity and the landscape at a challenging time. http://www.edwardbearmiller.com           Studio Location

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Eleanor Goldstein

Eleanor Goldstein

Eleanor Goldstein was commissioned to paint a 19-foot high mural in the Columbarium of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in NYC (later destroyed in the 2001 fire). She was also honored to be chosen for the US State Department’s Art In The Embassy Program. Among others, she is included in the Pfizer and […]

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Elizabeth de Bethune

Elizabeth de Bethune

Elizabeth de Bethune has been painting, drawing and printing in the Hudson Valley for the last 20 years. Her work combines information from observation, with an eye to toward articulating form, with decorative patterning and flat elements that ornament the surface. Elizabeth de Bethune has an MFA in Painting and Drawing from SUNY Purchase, and […]

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Ellen Crane

Ellen Crane

SAT only  My lifelong interest in movement and background in dance have inspired me to explore various methods for expressing kinetic energy in still photographs. My preferred method is to leave my camera shutter open for a fairly long duration and to almost draw images with a moving camera. This approach incorporates spontaneity and chance. […]

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Ellen Hopkins Fountain

Ellen Hopkins Fountain

I love to paint. I am drawn irresistibly to the landscape, to its forms and colors and particularly its light, which varies so dramatically throughout the day and throughout the seasons. Beauty is always an important consideration. I cannot paint a subject unless I see something beautiful in it, something that makes me grateful to […]

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Emily Kotchen

Emily Kotchen

Mark-making is, for me, a meditative state. I love manipulating materials—both conventional and unorthodox. No matter whether I am working in paint or pencil, with thread or with found objects, my goal is to create moments of deep feeling—often inspired by the passing of time and my own childhood memories—through an economy of shapes and […]

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Eva Bouhassira

Eva Bouhassira

Abstract paintings have always spoken to me the loudest. The world that surrounds us is a source of both limitations and freedoms. We are part of nature. The threads lead outward to the surrounding environment and inward to what sustains us, what satisfies us, becomes perches we inhabit, fences we keep, escapes we make. They […]

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Evan Read

Evan Read

I work with simple geometric pattern, primarily in the form of inkjet prints. The most recent series begun about two years ago is built around dashed lines that I relate to both diagrammatic lines and stitching. These recent pieces are printed on thin Japanese papers that lend them a distinctive subtle texture and color. http://www.evanread.net […]

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Helen Elliott

Helen Elliott

Born: England, UK Education: BA (Hons) History of Art and Design Former Life: Foreign Rights Director, Marvel Comics (UK) Present Life: Artist and Arts Educator (USA) Artist’s Statement: I paint from direct observation intuitively selecting, magnifying and playing with the transition of the solid object into a 2 dimensional form. Painting for me is both […]

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Isabella Bannerman

Isabella Bannerman

Isabella Bannerman is the Monday artist for the daily newspaper comic strip, “Six Chix”, syndicated by King Features. She won a Silver Reuben Award for this work from the National Cartoonists Society. As a Hastings resident, Isabella enjoys painting local landscapes, and collaborating with area artists on various projects. Website    

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Jane Kang Lawrence

Jane Kang Lawrence

My paintings and drawings are born of curiosity about the world traveled, coupled with the world I can create. Besides responding to architecture, I am also responding to cultural similarities and model patterns. New York’s architecture provokes and induces thought; emotions are aroused by looming buildings, sharp corners and sloping skylines. These all speak to […]

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Janet Lippmann

Janet Lippmann

BA and MA in Art and Education from Brooklyn College. Post graduate studies, N.Y.U, The Art Students League, and The Pastel Society of America. Taught Art in Cincinnati, NYC and Westchester Pubic Schools. Teaching painting and pastels to retired NYC teachers since 2010. Founded and directed The River Gallery, Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y. from 1974 to 1989. […]

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Janet Sikirica

Janet Sikirica

Janet is primarily a fiber artist residing in Dobbs Ferry, New York just north of Manhattan along the beautiful Hudson River. She has always loved working with her hands and her passion for wool began at an early age with knitting. While maintaining a career in legal human resources for many years, she continued to […]

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Jeffrey Friedkin

Jeffrey Friedkin

I enjoy discovering slices of urban life in all of its gritty details and intense colors throughout the seasons. The lush rural landscapes and sparkling seascapes of the Hudson River Valley region equally inspire me. I employ a synthesis of the artistic eye and technology. My work focuses on New York life: the streets, people, […]

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Jen Moore Smith

Jen Moore Smith

My work in all mediums is shaped by love of natural forms, surfaces with history, observed expression and spontaneous line.  I work by painting, drawing, print making, and putting things together to solve something. Art making is work, and play. It is serious exploration and always a collaboration of materials and ideas. I attended Rhode […]

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Jerzy Kubina

Jerzy Kubina

The Communist era during which I grew up squeezed an imprint on me, a method of perceiving and living in the surrounding world, which in turn defined a method of creating. Getting involved in the New York art scene in 1988 “opened a window” in my soul. My first solo show in New York was […]

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