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Angela Flood

lilly11967@yahoo.comAngela Flood is a local Long Island artist. I have a degree in fine arts and interior design In the early 90’s  I exhibited year round at Artist Gallery on Main Street in Greenport, L.I. In the late 90’s I was on the art committee for Brookhaven Town “Gallery on the Hill” in Farmingville. At that time I also was chairperson for the “Abstract Art Exhibit” for Brookhaven Town, “Gallery on the Hill” 97-98. Since then I have exhibited in many places. …

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Anna Falco-Lane

EH:      631.324.6521631.324.6521 NYC:    917.859.6527917.859.6527afalcolane@gmail.com Also on Facebook Anna Falco-Lane works as both a painter and a sculptor. Her sculptural work, in stone and terra cotta, reveals an evocative use of space and light. Her process is organic and instinctual allowing her to “get to know the stone”, culminating in strong and architectural but, at the same time, soft and sensuous sculptures that have significant presence. Falco-Lane’s acrylic paintings are gestural abstractions. She constructs compositions of multiple layers. Sometimes using a palette …

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Bernice Faegenburg

neicy@optonline.netHaving studied with several Asian teachers, Bernice Faegenburg produces work that is a combination of Eastern and Western influences. Her most familiar paintings take the shape of  a fan and are done as large triptychs.  The images within might include Japanese brush painting, collage, silk-screen printing or other media. Ms. Faegenburg is always studying new techniques and learning more ways to express herself visually. Ms. Faegenburg received a Masters Degree in Art from C.W. Post College in Brookville, New York …

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Lance Corey

Lance Corey                                                                                                                                                   10 Windwood Court    Westhampton, NY 11977                                                                                          914 584-3257    rlancecorey@aol.com                                         Being Irish, Iroquois, and French Canadian: My values, my life-long love of history and learning; my politics, and my willingness to speak truth to power… these compel my art. A child of Merrick, LI; A graduate of Mepham High School; Running track and body surfing, playing baseball, ice hockey, rugby and boxing; having been a Lifeguard and a broiler-man; artists’ model, bouncer, housecleaner/painter;  gas station attendant and real estate agent; …

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Michael Cardacino

Michael Cardacino is a contemporary artist working and living in the Springs hamlet of East Hampton, NY. His art is realized in sculpture, utilizing a wide range of materials, including stone, glass, metal and plastics, installations, works on paper and video. Michael Cardacino’s work invites a conversation with viewers as it points to universal topics that are cause for suffering and conflict in the world.   9 Bon Pinck Way  East Hampton, NY 11937 tel: (631) 324-6441 cell: (917) 681-6833 …

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Rosalind Brenner

Rosalind Brenner creates paintings, collage, poetry and stained glass in her Springs studio. She uses color passionately, calling on the viewer to travel her art, capturing our attention with a figure nearly obscured but present, or a passage of landscape, to beckon us further into the depth of the work.Her abstractions are sprinkled with alphabets and recognizable objects. She uses the in and out of broken line and space to further the illusion of falling into a new world, one …

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Barbara Bilotta

“I believe the language of form remains the key to unlocking the magic of art”   Barbara was born in New York and attended the Stony Brook University Arts Program. She considers herself an abstract impressionist, using the flow of colors and their relationship to trigger the imagination. Her work has been described as Vibrant, Passionate and Energetic. She now dedicates herself solely to her work throughout various galleries nationally.   Affiliations: Crazy Monkey Gallery, Amagansett NY Art League of …

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Laura Benjamin

t: 917.370.6050917.370.6050 www.LauraBenjaminArt.com laurasart@aol.com I was born in New York City in 1945. In 1967 I received a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts from the American University in Washington D.C. and in 1972, a Master’s Degree in Art Education from New York University. In 1983 while on sabbatical from teaching, I received an Associate’s Degree in Textile Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology. In New York I also studied at The Art Student’s League, The Parson’s School of Design. …

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Beth Barry

Beth Barry 241 West 23rd Street #7A, New York, NY 10011 Beth@BethBarry.com www.BethBarry.com 2017 “Scapes”, Gallery 35, NY “Plein- Air Revisited”, Liquid Art House, solo show, Boston, MA Ashawagh Hall, East Hampton Artist Alliance, East Hampton, NY Masterworks Museum, Bermuda 2016 M2L Gallery, Boston, MA Coupelovous Family Museum, Athens, Greece Affordable Art Fair, NYC Guild Hall Members Show, East Hampton, NY “Made in New York”,Lavelanet, France “Off the Wall/On the Wall”, White Room Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY “Summer Show”, Judith Klein …

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Ted Asnis

  Sag Harbor NY   631-725-3594    tasnis@aol.com    www.tedasnis.com MEDIUM: ACRYLICS ON CANVAS EDUCATION: UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE NEW YORK SCHOOL OF INTERIOR DESIGN After acquiring his BA in Arch. and doing post-graduate work at the at NYSID, Ted became one of the top architectural illustrators in the field. His work for Edward Durell Stone, Carleton Varney and other major designers appeared in House Beautiful, House & Garden, The New York Times and graced the cover of Interior …

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Sheril Antonio

Sheril Antonio has been taking photographs since she was in her teens. Over the past 15 years she has been working with both digital and analog cameras and in 2009 her first published photographs appeared in conjunction with an article she wrote for Black Camera. Her last titled series were taken with her Blackberry. Its lens began as a convenience then evolved into more fascinating study of color, design, and texture. These images entitled  “Distortions” combined the impulsive spontaneity that …

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