Giovanni DeCunto ~ Global Expressionist

July 8th, 7 ~ 9pm reception Giovanni DeCunto, one of the great expressionist painters will be on-site to present an exceptional and highly curated selection of paintings and mixed media. Giovanni DeCunto’s artworks can be found in some of the world’s most prestigious museums, as well as in public and private collections. Individuals owning his paintings […]

Robin & Julia Rogers

Contemporary Art Glass Physically and metaphorically we put our minds, hearts and hands together to create sculptural works. We use glass as a material because we are enlivened by its inherent qualities; its luminosity, viscosity, and seductive flow. Our inspiration is drawn from the natural world, personal experience, family life, music, psychology, and science. Complex […]

Henry St Clair

Painter Henry St. Clair was born in Arras, Pas de Calais, Normandy region of France in 1899 and later lived in Sotteville, near the picturesque port of Honfleur. He was born to a well-to-do family and worked as an art restorer for the National Museum of France, including the Louvre Museum. St. Clair was a […]

Kasia Bruniany

Painter Evocative and compelling works of Kasia Bruniany reveal the intimacy of our physical world, inviting contemplation of places and events where emotions define a singular moment in time. Drawing from the entire body of her rich European heritage, the artist explores the boundaries between realism and abstraction, fusing together the contradictory qualities of real […]

Milo Milowsky

Painter Milo is a painter who lives and works at the Claflin School Studios in Newton, Massachusetts. His work has been exhibited in galleries locally, nationally and internationally. “My goal is to blend fact and fiction, which I do by filling dream-like landscapes with re-imagined famous or contemporary imagery as forgotten sculptures. Similar to how […]

Carol Calicchio

Painter Fairfield County native Carol Calicchio’s ascent into the art world can be traced back to her family of artists and early education. Her mastery of abstract florals began several years after she earned a degree from the NYSID. A combination of painting and drawing studies at the School of Visual Arts helped Carol realize her […]

John Carruthers

With a master’s degree from the New York Academy of Art and five years of printmaking study at Pratt Graphic Center and Hunter College, I have been creating and selling woodcuts for over 25 years. I am currently the Visual and Performing Arts Chair at The Storm King School in Cornwall, NY., a private boarding […]

Judith Brust

Judith A. Brust is a nationally known artist who works in various mediums. Her painting and drawing, both abstract and figurative and most recently unusually large (4 ft x 8 ft) layered monoprints. Influenced by extensive readings in the works of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell and Gaston Bachelard. She is inspired by the spiritual quality […]

Peter Bremers

PETER BREMERS IS RENOWNED FOR HIS GLASS SCULPTURES INSPIRED BY NATURE`S MOST EXTREME LANDSCAPES. HE HAS ALSO CREATED OUTSTANDING ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTAL SCULPTURES FOR INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR SETTINGS. In many non-Western cultures it is customary to perform small daily rituals to pay homage to nature, ensure good harvests, propitiate the weather gods, pacify the ocean or give thanks […]

Alex Bernstein

Alex Gabriel Bernstein grew up in a creative environment with access to many of the artists of the American studio glass movement. As the child of two established glass artists, William and Katherine Bernstein, the beautiful surroundings of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Western North Carolina where they lived played almost as much of a […]