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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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John Maggiotto

John Maggiotto

John Maggiotto is an artist living in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. He studied Art History and Studio Photography at the State University of New York at Buffalo. His true apprenticeship in fine arts took place at Hallwalls from 1977 to 1980, becoming the director in 1979. His work at Hallwalls, an alternative artists’ collective, lead to […]

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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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Kumiko Buller

Kumiko Buller

I strive to express what is within each sitter and to create a portrait that a viewer can feel. I was trained at the Art Students League of New York where I received a certificate of completion in Painting. Website http://kumikobuller.com        

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Lea Carmichael

Lea Carmichael

I love to work in many media and genres, often more than one at the same time. The process of making absorbs me. The feel of paper, paint, pencil and brush delights me. I feel lucky that my occupation is work and play at the same time. I recently published “The Migraine Book”, a collection […]

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Madeline Wilson

Madeline Wilson

Artist Statement • Broken Threads A sewing station in a textile mill sits abandoned but intact, as if the worker walked out mid-shift and never returned. You can picture her sitting there; you can see the color choices she made in gathering her work materials. Christmas decorations sit idly on a desk as though waiting […]

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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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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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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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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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Vicente Saavedra

Vicente Saavedra

An award winning artist, Saavedra holds a MA from New York University and a BA from UMASS Boston. He attended the Sorbonne and the IEP in Paris and is currently an Art Faculty member at The Masters School, Dobbs Ferry. He has been exhibiting in Westchester and Manhattan since 1999 and has been teaching since […]

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