Summer Colors: featuring Ilona Sochynsky & Naomi Blum

Ilona Sochynsky’s style progresses from hyper-realism to abstraction. Her early paintings depict recognizable single images with shiny, industrial surfaces but over time, she reconstructs her original works as unique abstract pieces. Sochynsky acknowledges the inevitability of reflection as a developing artist, detailing the intense scrutiny and introspection. Her current works of art represent an attempt to analyze…

Our Summer Story in the Catskills

Summer is filled with memories in the making. Summer Stories are the ones we share with family and friends. They hold the fondest memories about love, adventure and living in the present. Summer holds a special place in our hearts. We invite you to Our Summer Story in the Catskills at Windham Fine Arts.  Our journey begins with Hudson…

American Romanticist Master Artist: Barry DeBaun

Barry DeBaun was born in 1956 in Brooklyn, NY, raised in Long Island and moved to the Catskill Mountains when he was ten. Smitten with the ocean in his early years and later by the mountains, Barry’s inspiration as an artist comes from his love of nature. Poetic landscapes, sensitive figures, realistically rendered still life and moody…

Artist Debut: H.M. Saffer II & Rinaldo Skalamera

H.M. Saffer II is an accomplished painter and musician. He leveraged his musical talent performing with notable French stars, and had several hit records. In 1981, HM began to study the art of Japanese brush painting, Sumi-e and traveled to Japan to study with the masters. In Japan, HM adapted his Sumi-e techniques by applying Western styles of painting.…

New Works by Mireille Duchesne

Born in Normandy, France, Mireille grew up surrounded by landscapes made famous by impressionist painters.  She studied at the Lycée of Le Havre, the University of Rouen, and the École des Beau-Arts in Paris. As a young adult, she traveled throughout Europe and Africa before settling in the States. Intense and uplifting, Mireille Duchesne’s new artwork carefully…

then he forgot my name

Set in Youngstown, Ohio, artist producer Susan Copich presents her latest work: “then he forgot my name,” a self-portrait photography series examining decay and mortality in America’s Rust belt, while reflecting on the collective awakening of female power. The series emerged over 3 years while Susan shuttled between her hometown in Ohio and upstate New…