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Seth Michael Forman Last Updated: 05/14/14
My process of imaging is like dreaming and daydreaming, and an exploration of autobiographical themes.
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Jenna Lucente Last Updated: 05/13/10
Horses run, dogs sleep, and birds soar in the sky, all the while our environment is ever changing.
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Deborah Brown Last Updated: 01/27/17
In the series, "Runaways," a female protagonist goes on adventures accompanied by various animal companions. The work conjures a picaresque sprit familiar from adventure stories in which a heroine navigates an exotic and unfamiliar world.
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Maia Cruz Palileo Last Updated: 04/07/11
Based on remembered experiences and photographs from the 1970s and 80s, my installations, sculptures, and paintings focus on family life as safe and unsafe, isolating fear and uncertainty.
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Yasmin Hernandez Last Updated: 05/02/19
Rematriating from Brooklyn to Puerto Rico, withstanding Hurricane Maria and the resulting darkness, I paint our ancestors as bio-luminescent beings underwater and my people as fireflies, metaphors for sustainability and liberation.
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Julie Unruh Last Updated: 05/10/10
Julie Unruh is interested in identity construction and particularly in the disconnect between personal and shared experience. She utilizes realism, but her paintings also explore the role of the viewer in the creation of coherent images.
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Laura Karetzky Last Updated: 07/12/17
My work comprises a visual diary, where each instant is isolated as a fragment of a larger and often unresolved narrative. My process seeks to explore those instances when we feel as if we are mere observers to our own circumstance.
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Elinore Schnurr Last Updated: 05/21/10
I am a contemporary representational painter who focuses her work on the human experience with figurative images. The images are of New York City, exploring the interaction of people and their environments.
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Junko Shimizu Last Updated: 05/21/10
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Ira joel Haber Last Updated: 05/21/10
Since 1969 I have been making small scale sculptures that use nature and architecture as it's imagery.
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Amy P Lincoln Last Updated: 07/13/10
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Micheline Gingras Last Updated: 12/26/14
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Leigh E. Davis Last Updated: 01/26/16
I am a multi-disciplinary artist creating socially minded projects that are deeply personal and anthropologically rich. My projects work to foster connections between viewers and community members, and to encourage dialogue.
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Tom Keough Last Updated: 03/17/14
I paint Brooklyn landscapes, many at night, focusing on the relationships between nature and human creation to show what can be discovered and appreciated close at hand.
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Diana Jensen Last Updated: 12/09/14
In my paintings and painting installations, I rediscover and resurrect people I find in forgotten photographs that I find at flea markets. This painting series references photos found on the wall of a pizzeria of the workers after hours.
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Laura J Shechter Last Updated: 04/01/18
I paint and draw meticulous still lifes and cityscapes, both in one moment of light with clear forms and readible space.
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Karen Marston Last Updated: 05/04/15
I am mesmerized by the power of elemental threats like fire and storm, bigger and more frightening than ever, amplified rather than tamed by modernity.
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Heddy B. Abramowitz Last Updated: 10/31/11
Primarily an observational painter. Cityscapes of Jerusalem are a recurring motif, but not romanticized or idealized images, rather the grimy rundown reality. Introspective self -portraits and the figure are strong interests.
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Ben-Zion Shechter Last Updated: 07/05/10
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Wayne E Adams Last Updated: 12/19/16
I am interested in painting as a lens through which to reconcile my perception of the corporeal world with intangible notions of intense human emotion, experience and meaning. It is an understanding of art as a treatise on human nature.
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