Clare Radigan

December 04, 2019

"My artistic heritage is as American as Thomas Hart Benton and Charles Burchfield, their tumultuous landscapes a metaphor for a country in turmoil. My paintings often are based on photographs I’ve taken in the area where I live and also during my road trips across the United States and South America, but the photograph only starts the painting--then the back-and-forth between the mechanics of painting and my subconscious intentions take over, until there is a truce between the two---then the painting is finished. Sometimes I get ideas that won’t let me go, and I spend several days envisioning how to put them on a canvas. " Clare Radigan

Anahid Aslanyan

December 02, 2019

Anahid Aslanyan is an Armenian/American artist born in Iran. San Francisco is her home, She has been drawing since childhood. She lived and exhibited at the historical Goodman Building, an artists' community in San Francisco in the early eighties. Later she obtained a BFA from S.F. Art Institute in 1988. Her work has been shown and published since 1978. She has also exhibited Internationally in Armenia and the Czech Republic. Nature is the strongest inspiration for her work.This is art that comes from the spirit, exploring the dream universe of the soul.

Holly Friesen

October 08, 2019

Holly Friesen was born in Saskatchewan, studied Visual Arts at John Abbott College in Montreal and painting at York University in Toronto. Through many years of travel she discovered the portability of watercolours and honed her skills by painting on location. Settling in Mont-Tremblant, QC, Holly opened Artbeat Studio where she painted and taught for 20 years. While living and working in the Laurentians she painted from close observation of nature. She rediscovered the luscious physicality of oils and the textural versatility of acrylics. The scale of her paintings continually grew to accommodate the large movement she felt within herself and the earth around her. Her newest pieces are largely informed by internal metaphors and dream images she encounters when painting from inside the landscape.

Casey Gray

September 22, 2019

Casey Gray is a contemporary artist working primarily as a painter, but occasionally in printmaking, design and site-specific murals. His work examines our collective entanglement with the dignity and reality of every day, and engages the symbolic potential of collected objects and personal ephemera to tell stories and inform identity. He often works in serial format, referencing historical painting tropes as a point of departure. His work is characterized by his commitment to aerosol paints and laborious hand-cut masking techniques, resulting in a type of skewed realism.

Gray received his MFA in painting from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2010, and his BA in painting and printmaking from San Diego State University in 2006. He has exhibited extensively across the United States and abroad, and has been published widely both in print and online media. He has lived and worked in San Francisco, California since 2008. 

Hersley-Ven Casero & Toulla Mavromati

August 22, 2019

Hersley-Ven Casero is a multidisciplinary visual artist based in Dumaguete City, Philippines. He received his BSC in Marketing and an Artist of the Year Award from Foundation University. Being born and raised in Dumaguete, the city has shaped Hersley’s perspective as a visual artist and is the stage for many of his paintings & photographs. His works have been recognized and published in local, national and international publications. Over the years, Casero has explored and experimented with a wide spectrum of materials, subjects, and concepts. He motivates others by collaborating on art projects like “Ha?: The Laughing Boy Project” and promoting the freedom of self-expression through art. Toulla Mavro will be accompanying him as a documentary filmmaker. 

Nicholas Coley

August 06, 2019

"My painting has its roots in the fanatical ethos of a small school in the South of France which made Cezanne its figurehead and had a very black and white view of art history. L'ecole Marchutz was a great place to get rooted in a concrete perspective of the fundamentals and a format of painting from real life. Twenty years later, I still paint on location, finding myself in relation to a place and seeking unity with my surroundings. Only now I've exchanged the south of France for the open-air nut house that is San Francisco."

Marian Pham

August 06, 2019

Marian Pham is an artist and illustrator based in Salt Lake City, Utah. She has studied at California College of the Arts,  Academy of the Arts University, and studied abroad in South Korea at Hongik University. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration in 2010, and is currently continuing her studies in all aspects of classical realistic art, creative writing, and comics.

Anne Faith Nicholls

July 15, 2019

Anne Faith Nicholls is an American contemporary artist based in California. Best recognized for her Neosurrealistic paintings, Nicholls has exhibited in collections, galleries, museums, and fairs around the world, and also contributed to a variety of high profile commercial projects with renowned collaborators. Often exploring the subconscious, her works are layered and mysterious, creating symbolic and alluring narratives on the human condition, with a unique perspective. 

Antoinette Wysocki

June 19, 2019

 

Painter, Antoinette Wysocki was born in Washington DC. She later moved to California to earn her BFA from San Francisco Art Institute. Currently, she resides in New York where she continues her craft. Her works have been exhibited and sold all around the world. Including New York, London, Hong Kong, Dubai, and San Francisco. Wysocki was nominated by GLAAD as Top Emerging Artist in 2007. Her pieces are often multimedia in which she incorporates acrylic, ink, charcoal, pencil, gauche and watercolor. She describes her works as expressive and abstract.

Brenda Zlamany

June 06, 2019

Brenda Zlamany is a multimedia artist from Brooklyn, NY. Since 1982 her work has appeared in numerous solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei; the National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Frankfurter Kunstverein, Germany; the National Museum, Gdansk, Poland; and the Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Ghent, Belgium. She has received portrait commissions from the World Bank, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, The New York Times Magazine, and other institutions. Grants that she has received include a Peter S. Reed Foundation grant, Fulbright Fellowship, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant, a New York Foundation for the Arts Artists’ Fellowship, and a Jerome Foundation Fellowship. Yale University recently commissioned her to create two large-scale group portraits, permanently installed on campus. She received a BA from Wesleyan University. 

L.C. Armstrong

June 06, 2019

Painter, L.C. Armstrong, explains "my paintings are primarily about focusing on the good, and on the resilience of people and nature, and most importantly on finding magic in the everyday. The viewer is invited to recover the symbols that can enrich our increasingly virtual lives, and to embrace the beauty of reality."

Helen Sherrah-Davies

May 23, 2019

Helen’s musical inspirations are wide-ranging: from Bach to Messiaen (a fellow synaesthete), Fats Waller to Keith Jarrett and Bill Evans, from Wayne Shorter to Astronomy, Shakti to Archaeology, and Nick Drake to total Native American respect – but most importantly of all – finding time to watch the flowers grow…

Kevin Bleau

May 23, 2019

Kevin Bleau is a composer, arranger, musical theater writer, and performer based in Boston, where he teaches musical theater writing, composition, arranging, music technology, and harmony at Berklee College of Music.Kevin’s arrangements have been performed by Crystal Gayle, the Platters, Hollywood actor Wilford Brimley, Broadway divas Michele McConnell and Marni Raab, Miss New Hampshire, and many others.   As Staff Arranger for the United States Air Force Band of Liberty, he arranged and transcribed more than one hundred popular songs; these arrangements have reached over five hundred thousand audience members since 1998.

Hamlet Mateo

April 23, 2019

"You are invited to pick up a mask from the floor. It might not be so easy. You move, and there’s a new face,waiting. What do these faces say? You must continue to scan. Is there one that speaks to you directly? Or more than one? Will you decide? I can help you. Are you represented? Are you left out? There are three hundred masks on the wall and three hundred more on the floor! I want to ask, where are you among these creatures? We began with a hole, now there is a chance." - Hamlet Mateo

Patrice Sullivan

March 15, 2019

"My work is about memory and family. Although I work from photographs, the paintings are not photorealism. The paint itself, with its restive and gestural surfaces, embodies the memory with which I see the past. And the past is my family, is sibling rivalry, marital conflicts, divorce and adversity and their effects."

Emily Carr

February 26, 2019

Emily Carr has lived all over the world and is the author of several collections and chapbooks of poems. After she got an MFA in poetry from the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, she took a doctorate in ecopoetics at the University of Calgary. These days, she’s the program director of the low-residency MFA in creative writing at Oregon State University-Cascades.

Kathleen Beausoleil

February 26, 2019

A contemporary figurative artists who paints and draws. "My work focuses on people in my life and the crowds that are a part of it.  I try and use color and paint to express the beauty I see."

Megan Roberts and Raymond Ghirardo

February 01, 2019

Megan and Raymond have been collaborators on video, sound sculpture, and performance works since the 1970s. Primarily working on large-scale installations that incorporate sculptural construction, sound, video and other elements. Their work has been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally. Awards include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, New York Foundation for the Arts; grants and residencies

Julianne Jones

January 02, 2019

Julianne Jones is an artist living and working in Franklin County, MA. She received her Associates degree in Fine Arts in 2014, from Greenfield Community College. Julianne continued on to UMass Amherst to complete a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Studio Arts in 2016. After graduating she remained in the area to work from her home studio and show locally. Jones has exhibited throughout the Berkshires, Hudson NY, and Brooklyn NY.

 

Jones’s work delves into themes of female body image as well as racial inequality and social justice. ​

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