Sculpture

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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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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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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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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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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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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Katerina	Spilio

Katerina Spilio

I am interested in visual subjects exploring authenticity and identity, feminism and destruction. I am curious about the constructs of creativity in bilingual cultures and the limits of language in different cultures. I am disturbed by injustice, and my response was to create a depiction of language’s potential ambiguities. Language is power, and lack of […]

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Kaya Deckelbaum

Kaya Deckelbaum

Kaya Deckelbaum is a figurative sculptor whose preferred medium is wire-mesh.This medium allows her to create sculptures that transmit a deep imagination for the viewer’s interpretation. Her sculptures often cast vivid shadows that add a fourth dimension to her art.One really looks at two works,the sculpture itself and a riveting image on the wall. Kaya […]

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Madge Scott

Madge Scott

Madge Scott is an award-winning Artist of International History and Folk Art. Living in Hastings on Hudson for almost a decade and a half; she began the first steps to drawing and painting in 1997 and had her first gallery show in October of 2005. She’s purely a self-taught artist who was once a wood […]

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Malcolm D. MacDougall III

Malcolm D. MacDougall III

Malcolm D. MacDougall III, has produced a number of large-scale works that play off organic and inorganic metaphors. The projects stem from a fascination with the natural sciences, in particular, microscopy, the method of using microscopes to view objects that cannot be seen by the unaided eye. Snapshots of bacteria and cellular platelets retrieved by […]

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Mary Fennell

Mary Fennell

As an artist, I have always found myself split between two disciplines: photography and mixed media. My photographic images reflect the light, forms, and textures in world around me. They have been my eye looking outward. My mixed media work, on the other hand, has been my eye looking inward, reflecting my personal history and […]

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Mia	de Bethune

Mia de Bethune

Mia de Bethune is a multi media artist, writer and art therapist living in the lower Hudson River valley. Her work ranges from oil, pastel and encaustic painting to weavings in paper, plastic and natural fibers, to earthworks that engage the landscape. Her visual work informs her writings, which range from fictions to travel blogs […]

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Nancy Rosner

Nancy Rosner

My work as a designer of miniature furniture and custom dollhouses grew out of my love for interior design, and my fascination with all things tiny. Over my years working in interior design I developed my own style for full scale rooms and home renovations. Now my goal is to translate that style in miniature. […]

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Neil	Lavey

Neil Lavey

Neil Lavey was born in New York City in 1958, and grew up in Dobbs Ferry N.Y. He graduated Cooper Union 1981; He worked in advertising for 12 years before returning to fine art. His mediums include drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and Photoshop. He has had some great teachers and mentors over the years; including […]

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Petra Brambrink

Petra Brambrink

Relationships and communication are my deepest passion and throughout my life’s journey they have always been my core focus. I spent many years as a health care provider and family therapist in Germany, and most recently I taught stone sculpting to visually impaired youth in Oregon. Creating and teaching art has become my vehicle for […]

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Richard Zane Ross

Richard Zane Ross

Richard discovered the appeal of using his hands to shape an object into a poetic and emotional representation many years ago. However, drawing and painting came first in the second grade, when his teacher displayed his exemplary painting of a Fire Chief’s car in the front of the class. Lead eventually to years of drawing […]

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Robert Spinazzola

Robert Spinazzola

In 1975 I began working in Detroit’s Cass Corridor, shaping and assembling discarded motorcycle and salvaged steel parts. I still choose to use mechanical artifacts because I find them singularly precious and beautiful. Although I’ve lived in New York for over 35 years, the subject of my sculptures involves the City of Detroit and it’s […]

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Tim Duch

Tim Duch

It’s been two years since my last studio tour and during that time I’ve continued to paint improvisations, some more figurative than others. I’ve also revisited sculpture with a series of small scale works, often humorous. In addition I continue to fabricate woodworking projects for fun and profit. This year Jazz Forum will be hosting […]

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Vicky Youngman

Vicky Youngman

As a ceramic artist, art therapist, wife and mother of two, my life is rich and full. For 23 years I worked in health care settings as an art therapist, administrator and educator. For seven of those years I taught art therapy at the graduate, undergraduate and continuing education levels at School of Visual Arts […]

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