Artists

Amy K. Lewis

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Robert Johnson

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Emile UTTERIYN

Born in Paris lives in NYC been doing arts for 5yrs 

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Olga Garcia-Guerra

In the Summer of 2010, I was looking for an alternative medium to photography. I developed an interest in scanography - the art of creating pictures with a scanner. I like to use a visual grammar employing surrealistic images to evoke memories and emotions important for my formation as a person and artist. My early memories of Cuba, Cultural Assimilation and Human Rights lie at the basis of my subject matter. I work mostly with found objects, the selected objects that I use are my nouns, verbs and adjectives that guide me in a sort of storytelling route to recovery of a memory. The scanner is an endless source of challenges that I find intriguing. I enjoy experimenting with light, movement, liquids, depth of field, colors and layers. Every so often, I find myself haunting thrift stores and garage sales for objects that will evoke and express a certain spirit that would be otherwise elusive.  

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Arzen

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Steve Kohn

Originally an educator, the artist has been - by avocation - a freelance photographer and film critic. His fascination with color, texture and pattern have led him to experiment with various and sundry objects ranging from zinc washers to the components of a keyboard or modem. His work is primarily abstract though from time to time he does get the itch for realism. Says the artist "art can please the head or the heart, but if it can produce a simple smile I'd call it a success."   Preferences <div class="kl_keyboard ui-draggable" style=""> <div class="kl_hook"> <div class="kl_kb_close_button"> </div> <div class="kl_kb_settings_button">Preferences</div> </div> </div>

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Clifton DeMeco

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Patrick Walker Duffy

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