My artistic mission is to continually grow as an artist in ways that allow me to more deeply understand the world around me, the complexity of our society, and to create work that grows love, awareness, forgiveness, honesty and generosity of spirit personally and in our society.
Eric March is a painter and draftsman whose work explores the formal possibilities of realism along with themes of observation, history and urban life-often through the lens of Coney Island, one of his favorite subjects. Eric teaches painting and drawing at the 92nd Street Y, CAW, and classes in his studio.
My works are representational but not realistic. I strive to get color and texture into my ceramics with a strong sense of design. My pottery is all hand built, because I find that to be very satisfying.
Rosemary has had a successful career as a product designer for several manufacturers including fabricators of home decor products. Presently she is focusing on pottery and ceramic sculptures. Her work can be found exhibited in galleries and art shows throughout Connecticut.
His style is very vibrant as he uses complimentary, primary colors in a simplistic way. He was dedicated to fostering a positive learning environment and artistic development for children through a variety of creative techniques.
Masud is a fine artist, digital artist, and art educator. As a very young child he had a special talent for drawing. He went on to develop his talent at Art and design High School in New York City. Masud continued his formal art training at Parsons School of Design, where he later earned his B.F.A. in fine art. Masud’s fine art primarily consists of acrylic on canvases and mixed media on paper. He will be showing at Bregamos Community Theatre.
All those faces that shed tears
All those smiles and laughter
All those forgotten lives
All those stories untold
Fethi Meghelli has exhibited throughout his long career in the US and internationally, including Algeria, France, Japan, Germany, the former Yugoslavia and Canada.
He has been awarded both prizes and grants for his work.
His art is in the Library of Congress, multiple university and private collections.
Margot Miller is an American Artist born in 1962 in the Borough of Woodmont, Ct. An Oil Painter from Putney, VT, with deep ties to the New Haven area. Has been showing her work in New Haven since the 1970s. She has just closed her show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in NYC for Biennial and is scheduled to show overseas in London this year.
Margot will be showing her work at Bregamos Community Theatre
The prints in my latest series Optics/Eye Shine are based on and abstracted from the minuscule details found in electron micrographs of molecular and cellular studies of the invertebrate eye. The Optics series is most personal as it is a commentary on visual deterioration, which to an artist becomes a life concern.
I did not plan to become a printmaker when I took my first printmaking course at Creative Arts Workshop. I was happily making functional pottery in my small studio at Erector Square. Then little by little the prints took over the walls, then the tables and floor. When no space was left, I knew I was hooked.
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. In this sense the artist is defining the moment of the present to be recreated infinitely as far as the mind can imagine.
My name is Christian Miller, and I am a self-taught artist. I began drawing at an early age and still regard some of my early sketches as a source of inspiration. I studied at Paier College of Art in 1985-1986, and earned an Associate in Arts/Commercial Graphics Degree from Middlesex Community-Technical College in 1998.
My art explores the gray realm of uncertainty between the subconscious and physical reality.
I have a B.A. degree in Technical Theater Design from Southern Connecticut State University. I have been designing clothing, jewelry and fashion accessories for many years. My work has been shown in several area boutiques. Currently I have expanded into creating mixed media collages.
I like to putter and make things that involve a kind of meditative process. I like to take things apart and then put them back together. I like to experiment with materials. Most recently I have been using textiles and other found objects to create sculptural forms. There is something fascinating about the reverse side of an embroidery, where one
Jane Miller is a contemporary artist working in two and three dimensional forms in drawings and sculpture and installations through the manipulation of textiles, fiber, and common industrial materials. She currently has a studio in New Haven, CT. Her works have been shown as solo, two person and group exhibitions internationally and domestically.
My work addresses the beauty of seeing and understanding the works of the human mind and our interpretation of the world by an abstract language of shapes, lines, colors, and patterns. In my sculptures I use abstraction as a way to explore the relationship between solid forms and negative spaces and their rhythms.
Maria Morabito was born in Italy and grew up in Rome. Morabito works predominantly in the medium of oil painting and, recently, sculpture. She was awarded Honorable Mention by Robert Storr. She has shown nationally and internationally and she is represented in several private and public collections. She lives and works in New York City.
As long as there is a world there will be paintings- Sister Wendy
I cannot separate the processes of becoming from the process of painting. This is something which is particular to me and not meant as universal. I did not intend this, it is not an extension of how I believe an artist should approach his work, it’s just how it worked out for me.
Polyethylene is an indestructible chemical that most stomaches cannot break down, but is often consumed.
Alexis lives and works in New Haven, CT. She received her BFA from the Hartford Art School with a concentration in Sculpture, Ceramics and Art History. She currently works at the Ely Center of Contemporary Art in New Haven.