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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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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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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 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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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 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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Kit Demirdelen

Kit Demirdelen

I am an artist living in Hastings on Hudson, NY, in the beautiful Hudson River Valley. I studied art at Bennington College and I have an MA in art therapy. Besides working on my own artwork in my studio, I work with children with special needs making art through grants with local museums. I have […]

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Kristin Javier

Kristin Javier

I have always been drawn to the ancient art of mosaic, perhaps because I find great beauty in brokenness. The light refracted through tiny shards of glass and those fragments painstakingly surrendered one by one, can together evoke a certain harmony and wholeness. Even though I begin with a vision that is uniquely mine, I […]

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Marcie Cuff

Marcie Cuff

Illustrator/author Marcie Chambers Cuff has spent many years inspiring a life-long love of art and wildness. Her pen-and-ink drawings evolve from intense observation of found objects, experimentation of scale, and nuanced use of crosshatching and mixed ink techniques. Her artwork reflects her love of the outdoors and the genius of everyday things. She addresses every […]

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Mitchell Goldberg

Mitchell Goldberg

Education: • Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY: Bachelor of Arts Degree – 1984 • School of Visual Arts, New York, NY:Printmaking with Bruce Waldman • Private Study: Fused Glass with Dorothy Hafner, Polyurethane Resin with Luis Perelman Experience: • President – Upstream Gallery; 2009 to Present. • Board of Directors – New York Society of […]

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Molly Rosner

Molly Rosner

 Hi! I’m Molly and this is my Pop art design brand, American Dream House. All artwork is hand-painted by me. The ADH (American Dream House) style is a mix between Andy Warhol, Barbie, Pop culture, and current trends. We love bright colors, clean lines, and graphic shapes. This past year, ADH began licensing artwork for […]

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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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Patricia van Essche

Patricia van Essche

  SAT only Patricia van Essche, of PvE Design is an Artist, Illustrator, Bon Vivant captures life and society settings, homes, parties, pets in her inimitable whimsical flair and signature style.  Patricia loves to collaborate, create and inspire other artists.   Website       Studio Location

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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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Susan Rowe Harrison

Susan Rowe Harrison

Susan Rowe Harrison makes drawings and site-specific installations for private, commercial, and alternative settings. She prefers to work in the architecture of the everyday—on the walls, windows, and doors that often go unnoticed or ignored until she leaves abstract traces in an explosion of color, natural light or, text. Her work is as likely to […]

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