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Cathy Faughnan

I began painting seriously in 2017 and enjoy the challenge of capturing the essence of an object, person, animal or scene.

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Gretchen Acharya

It is my intention to reach beyond the simple reflection of a physical object, to communicate to the viewer on a deeper level.

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Kate A Sladen

My oil painting series, Michelangelo: Reflecting Today, addresses the current state of the world by juxtaposing Michelangelo’s frescoed figures from scenes on the Sistine Chapel ceiling and the wall of The Last Judgement with various threatened wild animals.

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Connor Moynihan

I’ve been doing art in some form my entire life. I love to paint things that I find beautiful in and out.

Xan Rubey

The plan is to use my blog and my artwork to build a vibrant community of weirdos, loons and witty misfits

Nicole Morrish

I am in love with Contemporary Abstract Expressionism and the exploration of color in relation to feelings and emotions, power, resistance and allowance.

Eve Fisher

Member meeting January 12th @6pm

An artist statement is a short series of sentences that describe what you make and why you make it. It’s a stand-in for you, the artist, talking to someone about your work in a way that adds to their experience of viewing that work.

Didier Delepine

Didier Delepine

I was born in Montmartre in the late 1940s. At that time, painters were setting their easels at many street corners in the neighborhood.