Bob Schwarz is a self-taught artist based in East Hampton, New York. Schwarz produces intricate sculptures. Through the use of monofilament, hardware and lighting, his geometric wall mounted forms create elegant parabolic works of art.
David Kassman was born in Isreal. Kassman is a photographer who has been capturing images from around the world over the last 15 years. He currently lives and works between Tel Aviv and New York City.
Fabrice Dupre is a native of the west green suburb of Paris. His mixed media works often depict characters and icons in pop culture. Dupre currently lives and works in Japan.
George Gavin Zeigler grew up in Franklin, Tennessee, a small farming town in the outskirts of Nashville, where he began his training under the direction of the late Bunn Gray. Mr. Zeigler did his undergraduate work in Art History at Fordham University in New York City. He works out of his studio in Shelter Island, New York. His sculptural work, with an emphasis on the relationships between basic shapes, is a cross between geometric abstraction and minimalism.
Jeff Muhs is an internationally recognized painter, sculptor, and designer based in Southampton, New York. Muhs is largely known for his work as a painter. Continually inspired by the light, water and horizon that surround him, his painting has undergone an evolution from its beginning as literal depictions of his environment, to the point of abstraction; a journey of synthesis and simplification, roughly paralleling the history of twentieth century art. Recently set on re-exploring his sculptural background through a vast array of materials and form, Jeff relates our connection to, and stewardship of the environment through various sculptural formats. Muhs received his formal art education at the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Jerome Lucani, born in Marseille, France brings sculpture to photography through fixing in time a story and understanding of the lives of timeless iconic people. Creating mosaics and mastering glazing, lacquer and resin each piece is unique and most are one of a kind.
Mike Solomon received his MFA from Hunter College in New York. Solomon's work is comprised of oceanic watercolors, small-scale works on paper, large-scale paintings on muslin and panel and fiberglass sculptures. Solomon currently lives in works in East Hampton, New York.
Nano Rubio, deriving from Central California received a Master in Fine Art from Claremont Graduate University in May 2011. He holds an Associate In Arts and a Bachelor of Arts degree. Working as a graphic designer prior to Graduate School, many of Nano's paintings display a strong reference to graphics and digital space.
Paton Miller is a painter based in Southampton, New York. After living and studying in Honolulu, Hawaii Paton moved to Southampton to finish his studies at the Long Island University. Miller's frequent travels to Central America and Indonesia are a great influence to his paintings.
Perry Burns is an artist based in East Hampton, New York. As a painter and a printmaker Perry's works are an attempt to synthesize and enlighten pursuits of eastern and western art and their traditions. Using the full visual language of abstraction – color, shape, line, mark, and texture – Perry merges the traditions of Islamic pattern and abstract expressionism. Perry studied at the Rhode Island School of Design and then went on to receive his Masters from Columbia University.
Richmond Burton is an abstract painter and printmaker. He earned his BA in Architecture from Rice University. Richmond Burton lives and works in East Hampton.
Sally Egbert is an artist based in East Hampton, New York. Her current works include collage on paper and large scale works canvas. Egbert has been the recipient of several awards including the Pollack Krasner painting grant as well as the New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Painting and the Gottlieb Foundation grant. Egbert lives and works in East Hampton, New York.
Soraida Bedoya is an artist based between New York City and the Hamptons. Bedoya creates works that reflect our interest in preserving what is familiar to us, in our surroundings as well as our relationships and emotions. Bedoya's current body of work includes porcelain sculptures, drawings and photography.
Stephen Mannino is a painter and illustrator. Mannino considers himself a naturalist, exploring and depicting the beauty of nature and the environment. Mannino's studio is in Sagaponack, New York.
Tapp Francke is a master of color. An award-winning fine arts photographer, her work is displayed in galleries from New York to Los Angeles to London. In all of her series, she has explored the dynamic between figures and color combinations to create stirring, transfixing images. Francke studied photography at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and received a Masters degree in philosophy from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Her studio is in Southampton, New York.
Juan Martin Ojeda, know as "Tin" was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1982. After studying at the University Of Bellas Artes in Argentina he moved to the United States in 2000. Tin's work is a montage of images and text that reflect his interest in the world's social and political situations. Works available include small scale works on paper and large scale works on canvas as well video and polaroid photography.
Yana Payusova, born in Leningrad, USSR was trained as a painter at the St. Peterburg Fine Art Lycee and later received her MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Yana's paintings blend the styles and symbol of folk art, Russian icons, graphic poster art, illustration and comics reflecting Payusova's cultural heritage and her training in traditional Russian realist painting.