I hope you can find something useful. Trying to guess what anybody else wants never gets me anywhere! Consequently I can only aim to amuse myself and keep doing that until I do something which amuses somebody else.
As a young boy, it was always my dream to become an artist. As an adult, life happened and I found myself on another path. Decades later, I am now making art and fulfilling my childhood dreams.
Evād recreates cultural icons, using his chosen medium of glitter to bring them to life. Four years ago, Evād started his apprenticeship with top glitter artist, Sue Zola, who is also his wife. He has exhibited his work in New York, Connecticut and Texas.
" If it doesn’t come from within then it’s not worth attempting. "
There are NO RULES in my style of art.. My material is point blank RAW.
My passion for expression began in 2005 when i discovered that photography was an outlet of FREEDOM regardless of
(criticism, confusement, or biased opinions) I am the model and the photographer allowing My life and emotions to be displayed.
The good.. The Bad..and The Scary.
We believe in art as public service. We believe in the power of uniting people who are not necessarily artists in collaborative efforts to beautify their surroundings. We believe art is a fundamental human right. We believe in art.
We provide individualized instruction in drawing & painting in classes for children and adults regardless of experience. We also run a Mobile Art Studio service providing off site art lessons to assisted living centers, after school programs, and mental health clinics throughout the Greater New Haven area. Call 203.777.7220 for a free trial lesson
2017 Summer Series embodies conversations with color, movement and consequences. Such as a summer fling, the artist embraces the cataclysm caused by introducing new chemicals to each other and then with intrepid patience, observes how the materials have settled, days later after their rendezvous.
Kimberly Van Aelst, MFA Puppetry graduate student at UCONN has performed and exhibited her work at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, Puppet Showplace Theatre in Boston, Galapagos, Dixon Place and Tank in NYC among others. Her puppet film, Lost was featured at the International Festival of Puppetry in Prague.
My photography is an attempt to reconcile my physical surroundings with the fears, fascinations, curiosities, and daydreams occupying my mind. I construct still lives from common artifacts and scenes from everyday life, arranging and assembling materials into various forms, patterns, and allegorical illustrations.
Kevin Van Aelst has taught photography courses at the Hartford Art School, Middlesex Community College, Quinnipiac, SCSU, and at the Educational Center for the Arts. He has exhibited his artwork internationally, and has been commissioned to create work for such publications as Time, Wired, The Atlantic, Scientific American, Fast Company.
I am a visual artist living in New Haven, Connecticut. My pieces are created using mainly acrylic paint and at times mixed media.
The focus of each piece is to delve within oneself and let go of everything, much like if one were in a dream. The colors chosen represent an exhalation of a meditative journey through movement, music and emotion.
Eduardo Alvarez resides in New Haven and is a graduate of SCSU with a B.A. in Spanish. Recent exhibits include: Koffee?, Barracuda Bistro, and Arte, Inc. Eduardo’s piece “Mapiya” has been on permanent display at the Yale Native American Cultural Center since 2015. His cartoon series was featured in an April 2016 article in feelin diasporic.
My work includes representational paintings from my day to day life, from references photos from my camera phone, and abstracts where I explore how visual components interact. Painting is a counter to technology, something physical, final, and permanent in its creation, and an escape from the frustrations of my career in computer programming.
Joseph Vincent Annino, signing works as JoViAn and based in Bethel CT, has been painting for the past two years in a variety of mediums, techniques, and styles, believing that each informs the others along a path of creative development.
Water-colorist Bayla Arietta uses tiny brushes and many layers of paint to create whimsical Natural History Illustrations of Botanical and Zoological subjects. Inspired by the intricate illustrated books from her childhood, Bayla revels in capturing the fine detail and intricacies of the natural word.
Bayla Arietta is a Scientific Illustrator living in New Haven and works primarily in watercolor. She has worked with Botanical Gardens, Nature Centers, and Museums creating whimsical depictions of botanical and zoological illustrations. Bayla loves working in her home studio with her parrot, a chameleon, 3 poison dart frogs, and a snake.