My current work, The Half Life of Memory, is a collection of large scale oil paintings that investigate how visual memories, of a personal experiences, transform over time–ranging anywhere from a few minutes to almost a year.
David Kuehler is an artist and innovator. His interdisciplinary background in both the arts and sciences, fuels his fascination with the new and novel. He holds a BFA from the Lyme Academy College of fine Arts, a BS in Engineering from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, and he is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School.
Travel , has been my primary inspiration. Italy has been a favorite place. In 2014, I returned from a month long Residency in Guardia, San Framondi a hilltop town in the Compagnia Region.
Plein Air Studies are always the starting point for Larger Studio Works. Both will be exhibited at Erector Square.
Studied at the Art Students League with Mario Cooper, the National Academy , with Paul Resika, and the Armory, West Palm Beach with Stanley Lewis. Artist member at Prince Street Galley, NYC and have had several solo shows. Currently, artist member at Bowery Gallery, NYC with a solo show scheduled for December ,2019.
Clay is an infinitely versatile medium. Just about any three dimensional object that can be imagined can be made with clay. Furthermore, clay produces objects which are useful, which can hold coffee or soup or flowers. I love working with clay. I make lots of mugs and bowls and vases, yet I enjoy trying new forms and using new techniques.
I became a potter in the year 2000. Before that, pottery was just a hobby. In 2000, I made a hyacinth holder, a simple, small vessel, for each guest at my daughter’s wedding, and the exercise of making the same thing over 150 times gave me the discipline, the expertise, and the confidence to call myself, proudly, a potter.
The subject of my art work is often based upon my personal experiences. These experiences become the launching pad for exploring how to translate something deeply personal into something that might become more universal in scope. I enjoy the mystery of how a copper plate etching might unfold visually.
For a long while I have noticed that the subject of my art work is often based upon my personal experiences. These experiences become the launching pad for exploring how to translate something deeply personal into something that might become more universal in scope.
I am deeply engaged in the process of making copper plate etchings.
Eric March is a painter and draftsman whose work explores the formal possibilities of realism along with themes of observation, history and the complexity of contemporary urban society-often through the lens of Coney Island, one of his favorite subjects.
Eric grew up in Illinois and earned his BFA in Painting at Indiana University. He continued his studies in NYC with Andy Reiss and at the Art Students League. Eric has had solo shows in Brooklyn and Queens and has exhibited across the NY Metro area and in New Haven. Eric currently teaches at SCSU, CAW, the Art Students League, and the 92nd St Y.
The narrative series "duality" reflects on gender and the spectrum in which we, as men and women, identify, at any given time. we float between our biological sex, through our gender identity and our gender expression. how do we choose to express ourselves at any given time? our sexual orientation... and who we are attracted to...
I search for the unseen. a passion for the environment, the focus of a narrative… my head spins. my days are filled with photographic imagery. every thought, captured; a snapshot… a camera in hand, self taught, spending a life between the US and the UK… my works look to move, explore, resonant, empower, question or answer… click.
The task of the artist is paradoxical by nature. He strives to create all at once the essence of an emotional moment to be recreated endlessly in the viewer's mind. Capturing as a photo captures a precise moment of joy, despair, harmony or discord, the artist expresses the event and at the same time conveys the sense of that event.
I studied at Paier College Of Art. I have a Fine Art / Graphic Design Degree From Middlesex College. My art has been in galleries and is in private collections. I have had a studio at Erector Square for the past 15 years.
I invite you to visit my studio on the second floor of Building 8. This, my personal space, offers me the privacy to think, make work, meet with colleagues, meditate, or do nothing at all. I am privileged to share my studio with Maria Mariboto, a sculptor, for the two days of CWOS. Come by!
Irene has been showing her work at CWOS every year since it began. At first she made pottery in a studio in Building 1, moving to her present studio in Building 8 where she prints on her manual press. Continuing to experiment with her work, she enhances her prints with pastels, acrylic paint, colored pencils and collaged shapes.
Abstraction is my way to see and understand the world, to explore memories and emotions, to find patterns and understanding connections. My sculptures are inspired by organic forms and are driven by my interest in volumes, textures, movement, and in free assembly of elements, to develop a unique piece.
Born in Italy, Maria Morabito grew up in Rome and now lives and works in Manhattan. Maria has exhibited nationally and internationally. She is the recipient of an award from Robert Storr, Dean of the Yale School of Art. Maria studied at the University of Cincinnati, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the School of Visual Arts.
My paintings are my personal vision of the water. Sometimes it’s wild and rolling...other times, it’s gentle and still, but it’s always beautiful and full of surprises! I never set out to be a painter of seascapes but the waves are always there. My studio is my island and I’m surrounded by my waves...my own “private beach”!!!
I have lived and boated on Long Island Sound for most of my adult life…my childhood was spent in Kansas, Illinois, and New Jersey. My professional career was as a teacher of young children. I have no formal training in art but have been involved in the arts for most of my life…theater, ceramics, sculpture, and painting!!!
Your path is not a straight line. Obstacles do not put you off your path. They are your path.
In every medium I work in, whether print paint jewelry artful illumination etc. Accidental beauty inspires me. My process is about exploring interactions of Chance and control, coincidence and intent. What if I do this then letting go to see what happens. It is what keeps me coming back. Always creating new moments to explore. Intuitive expression
My work rests on my practice as a librarian. Books and library culture inspired assemblages which examine the disciplines of agriculture and nature using materials with properties that resist manipulation and challenge the expectations of the viewer, yet promote an exchange of ideas, bridging my artwork with my journey through Libraryland.
Gabriella Radujko is a self-taught artist. In 2017, she exhibited the watercolor series “ComPosing Books” as part of the 10th annual Book Paper Scissors artist book fair presented by Philadelphia Center for the Book. In 2018, she participated in the group exhibition Ark/Hive at the Institute Library in New Haven.