Artists

Rachel Citrino

A notably active visual artist and independent curator for over fifty years, I have exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions in the USA and abroad. I am an autodidactic artist who has won awards and citations from the City of Philadelphia, as well as the City of Florence, Italy.

Henry Bermudez

Henry Bermudez’s interest in the visual representations of cultures and mythologies have appeared in his work in varying forms during his career. A journey of unique geographical, artistic and human observation has taken him from educational experiences in small isolated communities in the Caribbean up to representing Venezuela in the Venice Biennial.

Jim Brossy

Jim Brossy is a multimedia artist whose intellectual, automatic process involves the entire being. Crackpot Realism offers a new perspective involving relationships concerned with social relevance,  a variety of materials and emotional experiences.

Esperanza Cortes

Esperanza Cortés is a Colombian born multidisciplinary artist based in New York City. Cortes’s passion for the mosaic of the Americas, its folk art traditions, rituals, music, dance and their ever evolving changes are at the core of her sculptures, paintings, installations, site-specific projects and interventions.

Justin Duerr

 In 2008, Duerr started to connect the series of scrolls together, creating an elaborate story. These drawings incorporate poetry written by the artist and explore themes related to spirituality, the linear and cyclical nature of time, and include symbolic representatives of states of mind or non-mind with figures who evolve and appear throughout the works.

Pamela Farrell

I am moved to make art that explores themes of loss, identity, and memory. I have a tendency toward revealing…something: remains, lacunae, vestiges, scars, traces of memories, clues, the barely discernable. Using malleable materials such as pigmented beeswax or oil paint, layers of color and light are built up or scraped back to obscure or reveal.

David Foss

For the past thirty years, my primary creative focus has been on non-objective abstraction in the mediums of painting and sculpture. My paintings are created with acrylics in an abstract and expressionist style.  I work on various types of surfaces such as canvas, wood panels and assemblages, works on paper and paintings on commercially printed fabrics.

Doug Herren

Herren is known for his brightly painted large-scale ceramic sculptures that are hybrids of industrial equipment and traditional wheel-thrown pottery. Many of the sculptures appear to be constructed from machine parts or iron works that have been reconfigured with bolts or rivets and repainted to look anew.

Jose Ortiz Pagan

José Ortiz-Pagán is a visual artist and cultural administrator that has been working in the development of several community based art projects and visual art practices that focuses on conversations around the inclusion of local communities and how to negotiate a diverse notion of cultural manifestations.

Michael Pribich

I want my art  to develop and advance critical ideas that lead to continual growth and change.   I explore themes of race, class, and ways of seeing the future.  Using an interdisciplinary approach along with process-oriented methods, the artworks symbolically or conceptually link labor, materials, and ideas informed by displacement, colonialism, patriarchy, and time. 

Rebecca Jacoby

I want my art  to develop and advance critical ideas that lead to continual growth and change.   I explore themes of race, class, and ways of seeing the future.  Using an interdisciplinary approach along with process-oriented methods, the artworks symbolically or conceptually link labor, materials, and ideas informed by displacement, colonialism, and time.

Calvin Jones

I see my work as a catalyst to stimulate thought and promote discussion about various issues prevalent in society. Through the use of visual and material collage, I communicate my views on endangered species, politics, race, and the environment

Michelle Marcuse

Michelle Marcuse’s creative practice is an ongoing dialogue between her childhood memories, dreamt worlds, and environmental circumstances. Holding Absence continues this conversation through suspended and wall-mounted constructions and mixed-media reliefs.

Renny Molenaar

Founded by Renny Molenaar and Rocio Cabello in 2012, the iMPeRFeCT Gallery was created with the intention and hope of becoming a voice in the community and in the ongoing conversation with the art world.

Eder Muniz

Muniz began to develop his technique and his style began to incorporate human figures, animals and abstract and surreal images. Today his colorful graffiti art blankets Salvador’s streets inspiring a dialogue with the public about the balance between humans and nature.

Kathryn Pannepacker

Textile/visual/community artist.

Paul Santoleri

The work is a way to keep time, to maintain an awareness of my own relationship to my inner and outer world. I incorporate objects that I collect, images from dreams, flowers blooming and decaying in my backyard, stories and postindustrial waste, and anything else that slips out of my brush and through my line.

Colleen McCubbin Stepanic

Colleen McCubbin Stepanic is an artist who creates physical forms from painted canvas.  She was born in Newport News, Virginia and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Cleveland and Washington DC.  Her transient childhood instilled a lifelong love of travel and exploration which heavily influences her artistic practice.  

Robert Solomon

Robert Solomon has furniture designs licensed to EuroPine, LTD, NJ. He has had numerous group shows and one person shows from 1975 til the present; works in private and corporate collections; articles in several publications; and is a participating member of the DaVinci Gallery.

Steven Earl Weber

Face Value focuses on portraits composed with alternative materials, such as masking tape, mirrors, and latex. The show resembles a contemporary take on Arte Povera and made in unconventional ways.

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