Ivy Hickam

“My work is always in some way autobiographical.  My landscapes explore my relationship to place and time.  Some of the places I’ve recorded are ingrained in me, places I’ve gone to since I was a child. So, if I return to a place and it has drastically changed, I feel alarmed, violated.  Maybe this is…

Gianna Putrino

Gianna Putrino received her BFA from the State University of New York at Oswego in 2014 and her Masters in Fine Arts from the New York Academy of Art in 2017. She has exhibited her work in group shows and solo exhibitions throughout the Southern Tier of New York as well as New York City.…

Annie Wildey

Annie Wildey received a Bachelor of fine art from Kingston School of Art in the UK. After graduating, she moved to the USA and was a long-time resident of New York city where she worked for many years at the British Consulate-General. Deciding on a career shift, she studied for an MFA at the New…

Liza Sokolovskaya

Liza Sokolovskaya is a Brooklyn based painter and printmaker. She was born on a hot summer day in Tashkent only to end up in cold and snowy Montreal almost a decade later. Nowadays you can find her in her shared studio in Sunset Park, making a mess while her studio mate isn’t looking.  She received…

Tabitha Whitley

Tabitha Whitley is a Brooklyn-based artist who focuses on oil painting and relief printmaking. She received her BFA in Painting from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2009, then went on to receive an MFA in Painting from the New York Academy of Art in 2011. Her work, which bridges lusciously painted portraits with chromatic…

Zane York

In Zane York’s work, focus falls mostly to oddities, animals, and entomology. They are not necessarily pretty things, not necessarily ugly things, but intensely visual things. Themes of mortality, anthropomorphism, perceived beauty, and transience always seem to be exercised. The complex and conflicting state of these subjects provide his motivation; a bird’s skull, all at…

Lisa Lebofsky

Lisa Lebofsky is a nomadic plein air painter, collaborating with nature and people. She paints the susceptibility of nature, correlating its restlessness with our own human vulnerabilities. Her direct participation with the landscape is vital to imbue a painting with the energy of a specific place, so that viewers can connect viscerally: to move, excite…

Allison Russo

Allison Russo is a visual artist who lives and works in New York. Before studying painting, Allison ran a graphic design firm, Alleycat Design, Inc., specializing in book design. For the past ten years, she has been focusing on learning a variety of art genres, including painting, pottery, and digital photography. Allison holds a B.S.…

Aya Kasumi

Aya Kasumi was born in Hiroshima, Japan. Aya received a degree of Home Economics at Hiroshima Jogakuin University in 1975. After three years learning of the Finnish weavings in Japan, she made a further study of the tapestries in Europe and Mexico between 1980 and 1984. She came back to Hiroshima to establish a study…

Kseniya Ostrovska

Kseniya Ostrovska was born in Ukraine and lived in various places throughout the United States before settling down in NYC to complete her studies. Originally focusing on printmaking, she developed an appreciation of line and texture in the natural world, the movement and chaos inherent in natural processes. With the start of the pandemic, Kseniya…