Alicia Degener

My artwork focuses on the urban landscapes of NYC. Pattern, color and a wonky sense of perspective give my paintings movement and playfulness. Bridges, brownstones

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Damon Hamm

My practice weaves between art and science, each of my sculptures an experiment in visualizing the process of its making. For smaller works, I start

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Deborah Abbazia

Deborah Abbazia

I was originally a realist painter who specialized in Still Life, although I really appreciated abstract painting for it’s elusive and captivating style. I finally

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Fritz (Steven) Weiss

Education: BFA/Painting, Print Making -Hunter College – 1974 MFA/Art History – New York University – 1980 PHD/Gallery Management – New York University – 1984 ARTIST

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Joe Banish

Art, like roller coasters, seeks to present anyone along for the ride with a pleasant disorientation. The disorientation I have in mind is the link

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Joe Mariano

I began painting around 1970. Outside of a few classes in figurative painting with live models, I did not have any formal training. My teachers

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Kasia Zurek-Doule

I find so much beauty in living things, their anatomy, their chemistry, and their biology. As a city dweller, a dancer, and a living body

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Kenny Litwack

Art gives one perspective on life and life gives one perspective on art. Now working in a pointilist tradition much of my work consists of

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