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Ayane Kurai paints from the soul, rendering her subjects into soft abstraction. Painting is the most accurate form of her self expression. Marrying physical and mental she is able to emote with the world through her art. Ayane uses all senses available to her when working, combining all aspects of her subject to create a work that most accurately embodies everything about it.
"I had a Museum show at the Islip Museum called Print Up Ladies. I was in the company of my life long idols such as Murray, Frankenthaler, Swoon, Yuskagave, and Bontecou to name a few. I have shown at St. Joseph’s College, MacArthur Airport, and Alfred Loen Gallery, as well as the Painting Center in Chelsea, and the Omni Gallery in Uniondale. I have exhibited at the Hecksher Museum Biennial, M. David and Company, Denise Bibro and George Billis Gallery."
Fairytales exist everywhere people have desires and dreams - and Elody is ready to listen to it. They may take the form of more traditional iconography like dragons and damsels, or something specific to the modern city like ghostly, faceless figures in the crowd. Both ways yield the view of human bodies as they are molded by images projected onto them by ourselves and by others.
Chancy Glance is the creative efforts of artist couple Cydney & Craig DeBastiani. Based in Morgantown, WV, these self-taught artists rely on intuition and spirit in their process. Creating work individually and collaboratively, Chancy Glance strives to invoke serenity and happiness through their work. They utilize mediums such as acrylic paint, watercolors, ink, graphite, clay, and other mixed media to deliver ever-changing and evolving works of art. Along with being artists, they are also musicians, photographers, actors, animators, and nature lovers.
Christina's mixed-media works are engaged in a perpetual struggle to burst out of whatever shape that holds them together. A philosopher once said that any artwork is a battle between material and content - this cannot be truer when Christina uses fabric like khakis, linen, and yarn that usually function to clothe and decorate our bodies but in her works given freedom to emanate energy on their own. In a sense, her approach seems like a rebellion against the way we in the modern times tend to bend nature as an object of our own use. When given the smallest crevice, nature will re-emerge in its full majestic force.
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).
Born in 1984, Linden spent her youth in the urban Sonoran desert of Phoenix, Arizona before moving to Southern California to obtain her BA in Studio Art. She's since lived and worked across Europe, Asia, and Oceania. Linden's work has been published and exhibited internationally. She has participated in residencies at La Filature des Calquières (France), Tiapapata Art Centre (Samoa), Cowwarr Art Space (Australia), and Tenjinyama Art Studio (Japan). She currently lives in Chatham, New York.
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.
If you’ve ever seen a sunflower that’s seemed to mutate and stretch in all directions (gardeners call it fasciation), you’ll recognise that odd, abstract beauty in nature that shines in Raúl Ortiz’s paintings. Raúl’s paintings strip away sections to reveal even more colorfully patterned silhouettes. Though his earlier works took the shape of natural subjects like flowers, more indistinct shapes take center stage, playing with repetition as well as vivid color.