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  • 36″ x 36″, acrylic/latex/spray paints/earth material, framed and wired on the back Mixed media artist David Lionheart  employs a variety of unexpected materials to create layers of dimension, including oil paints, spray paints, and industrial materials, which results in a sculptural quality in his canvas and wood pieces. In his large-scale compositions, he demonstrates a unique understanding of the power of movement over a canvas, versus representing a specific subject. This creates a powerful suggestive journey that walks the viewer over every square inch of the piece.
  • Rebecca is a photographer living in Cornwall New York. In her photography she captures the differing perspectives of the subject matter, giving the viewer an intimate look into the subject matter.
  • 30" x 20" photograph requires mounting pegs
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    Mitchell Saler enjoys conveying vastness, dramatic lighting, and atmospheric effects in his works and has received awards in various art exhibits, including at the Salmagundi Club in NYC.  He is a member of the Salmagundi Club, the Goshen Art League, the Orange County Arts Council, the Middletown Art Group, the Monroe Arts Society, the River Valley Artists Guild, and a Represented Artist and Board Member of the Wallkill River School.  www.mitchellsaler.com
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    Painted from life using expressive lines and brush strokes. The contour gesture of the female nude draws on the beauty of a woman.
  • HotNostalgia - Amy Hannum

    Paraffin and colored sugar water.

    Hot Nostalgia is made of candy. This work pairs perfectly with Cool Nostalgia.

    Educated in interior design, fine art and energy work, Amy Hannum offers over 25 years of international experience designing interiors, furniture, exhibit spaces for museums and galleries, artwork/art installations, props and sets, as well as producing events and programs that blend her talents in creating meaningful experiences for others.

    Put her sentient knowledge of spatial analysis and color to work by creating a custom design for your home, business or event. In merging her expertise, she makes the process collaborative, productive and fun, tailoring each project to meet clients’ specific needs.

  • Watercolor painting on watercolor paper. This is a poured watercolor with several underpaintings of three primary colors poured from cups prior to finalizing with a brush.

    This work is framed and wired.

    Janet Campbell's love of nature is reflected in her loose and transparent watercolors of landscapes, figures, and other natural objects. She is a watercolor teacher whose work has been accepted into national exhibitions where she has won numerous awards. She is a Signature Member of the NorthEast Watercolor Society.

  • 16" x 20" Oil on Canvas, by Janet Howard-Fatta, Valued at $900.

    Spring daffodils is painted on stretched canvas with edges painted and wire on back. This work was painted in the studio in natural light from life during quarantine.

    Janet is a painter in the Hudson Valley. Painting landscapes, figures, still life and live event paintings.

  • Valued at $1800.

    Blue + Three was painted during the first phase of Covid-19 to express the artist’s feelings of isolation and anguish.

    This work is wired but not framed.

    Born into a family of artists on the island of Jamaica in the Caribbean, Jennifer Woolcock Schwartz attended the Jamaica School of Arts and Crafts. After a year, Woolcock Schwartz transferred to the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and then to the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

    Her goal is to present a purely visual space in which color and line create an illusion of movement that envelops the viewer, eliciting a visceral response.

    Woolcock Schwartz has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work has been reviewed in local and national publications including the New York Times. Her work can be found in both public and private collections.

  • Valued at $1800.

    The colors and composition of this work bring to mind a day at the beach in Jamaica.

    This work is wired but not framed.

    Born into a family of artists on the island of Jamaica in the Caribbean, Jennifer Woolcock Schwartz attended the Jamaica School of Arts and Crafts. After a year, Woolcock Schwartz transferred to the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and then to the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

    Her goal is to present a purely visual space in which color and line create an illusion of movement that envelops the viewer, eliciting a visceral response.

    Woolcock Schwartz has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work has been reviewed in local and national publications including the New York Times. Her work can be found in both public and private collections.

  • The colors and composition of this work bring to mind a day at the beach in Jamaica.

    This work is wired but not framed.

    Born into a family of artists on the island of Jamaica in the Caribbean, Jennifer Woolcock Schwartz attended the Jamaica School of Arts and Crafts. After a year, Woolcock Schwartz transferred to the Ontario College of Art in Toronto and then to the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

    Her goal is to present a purely visual space in which color and line create an illusion of movement that envelops the viewer, eliciting a visceral response.

    Woolcock Schwartz has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work has been reviewed in local and national publications including the New York Times. Her work can be found in both public and private collections.

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