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Jocelyn Benford is an abstract painter who works primarily in watercolors with mixed media elements. She is inspired by the interplay of colors, shapes, and uneven lines, and loves the fluid, unpredictable nature of watercolor paints. Jocelyn works very intuitively: she always has a starting point - a particular color combination or focal point - but then goes wherever inspiration leads her.
Expressive and vulnerable, Molly’s paintings read like an unpredictably eloquent dream journal. A cloudy haze of bright colors are expertly synthesized to evoke memories of a time and place which feel familiar, though ultimately unknown. As a skilled colorist, Molly creates abstract moments of nostalgia and sentimentality. Molly’s pieces are made up of experiences, both lived and imagined. She is able to capture small moments and transfer them onto canvas.
Sculpture, pottery, printmaking, jewelry, watercolor, oil, figures, landscape, abstract, Halee has mastered many subjects and media. Formal education in art at Utah State University and years spent teaching art combined with years of studying art on her own and building with her hands have honed her skills. An avid gardener and rock hound, whether she is building rock walls or hunting rocks in the west desert, she's constantly gleaning nature's secrets by keeping her eyes open and her hands moving.
Robert Melzmuf is a painter based in the United States whose works have been exhibited nationally and in France. Identifying as a painterly color field abstract artist, he strives for beauty and elegance in his artistic practice. Melzmuf is uninterested in strategies, chance, or theories, rather, when he creates, he commits to looking and making decisions based on what he sees.
Patricia Fabricant is a painter, curator, and book designer, from NYC. She received her BA from Wesleyan University. Her abstract and figurative paintings have been exhibited at such galleries as M David & Co, Front Room, Equity Gallery, and 490 Atlantic. Her curatorial practice includes three editions of the benefit group show, Among Friends, Studio Mates at Front Room, and With the Grain and Process & Delight: The New P&D, at Equity Gallery. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Fabienne (Fab) Sowa-Dobkowski is a California-based self-taught photographer with a PhD in Art History. Her work blends fine art and photography to explore the connection between humanity and nature. Born in Belgium and inspired by her international experiences, she balances her roles as an art historian and artist in the Bay Area and the tranquil Sierra Nevada Foothills. Fab's evocative work can be found in both public and private collections in the US and in Europe.
Born in Mumbai, India, I immigrated to Pennsylvania with my family at 11 years old. I hold a BA from University of Pennsylvania and MFA from Tyler School of Arts (Temple University). My paintings have been exhibited in New York, Providence, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Chicago, Dubai, Panama, Portugal, and Mexico.
Debra Ramsay, NYC artist, explores painting and installations globally. Solo exhibitions at Hunterdon Museum, NJ, Brattleboro Museum, VT, Odetta Gallery, Brooklyn, and 57 W 57th Arts, NY. Recent exhibitions: Field Guide at Garrison Art Center, Mere Reflection at Marquee Projects, Bellport, NY, and (de)coding at Visual Arts Center of NJ. Residencies at Golden Foundation and Albers Foundation. Acquisitions by: Hofstra University Museum of Art and Brooklyn College. Featured in The Cincinnati Review and Chromotopia: An Illustrated History of Colour by David Coles, Thames and Hudson.
Janice La Motta is a visual artist who has balanced a forty year career as a practicing artist while serving in the positions of museum curator, gallerist, artistic director and most recently as executive director of a nonprofit art organization. She has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the country. A native of New Jersey, La Motta is a BFA graduate of the Hartford Art School, CT. She lives and works in Ulster County, New York.
John Cox is an abstract painter based in Croton-on-Hudson. NY. He earned his Bachelors of Fine Art in Painting in May 2002 from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Afterwards, John moved to New York City where he attended Hunter College and earned a Masters of Fine Art with a concentration in painting in May of 2006. His work embraces technological glitches by employing machine customized tools to translate experienced digital disorder into gestural marks that imprecisely mimic wave patterns.
Sunny Chapman retired from performing as a singer, & dancer, designing jewelry for stores like Barneys and Saks, activism and making documentaries to make art, a little jewelry and occasional poetry in Brooklyn and the Catskills. She was a street artist whose character Flower Face was published in the book Brooklyn Street Art. She resides in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and in the Catskills. Chapman's studio art has been widely shown in galleries largely in the Northeast. Her art and poetry are published in books as well, her documentaries about Crisis Pregnancy Centers are distributed by The Cinema Guild. She is also the curator of the Birdhouse Gallery.
Aaron Hillebrand currently lives and creates art in Ann Arbor, MI. Before moving back to his home state of Michigan, Aaron created art in New York City for 15 years. Aaron has an MFA in Fine Art from the School of Visual Arts (2022), a BFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design (2006), and an AAS in Photography from Lansing Community College (2002).
Dominick Hiddo is a self-taught visual artist born and raised in Flatbush, Brooklyn, New York. His work challenges the perception of all that we know and understand. While drawing inspiration from mysticism, religion, and cultural traditions of the world, he explores the concepts of enlightenment, death and the after-life, reincarnation, and the complexities of the human experience in all its constructs. He is directly inspired by the works of Joan Mitchell, Hilma af Klint, Kandinsky, Chagall, the Russian Avant-garde, and Asian Art. He currently serves on the Kingston Arts Commission. And he lives and works out of his studio in Kingston, NY
My work develops from the physical process of painting. Compositions are not planned or created, but found; they emerge somewhere along the way. To me ,what matters, is the act of painting itself. Having no concept in mind frees me from rules, elements of style and formal techniques. Usually I start a new canvas with gestural mark making or shapes. Using brushes, palette knifes and rags the oil paint is applied thickly, building layers. One mark here leads to another over there. I work on more than one piece and so a conversation between the them begins. What I do on one canvas has an influence on the other and vice versa. A unique aspect of my painting process is the fact that I have trained myself only to use my left hand although I’m right handed. I’m using the left side right brain connection which is all about imagination and not controlling anything. My artwork is a way to express what I cannot say with words.