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 […]

Joseph Genova

Joseph Genova, a native of Italy, moved to New York at the age of nine.He studied at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. Although he is mostly self-taught as an artist, he has drawn inspiration from masters such as Caravaggio and his use of chiaroscuro, the strong contrast between light and dark to create depth and drama […]

Jennifer Smith Donaldson

Painter After graduating from Rosemont College, Jennifer moved to New York City, and worked as a graphic designer & illustrator, enjoying all the city had to offer. She experienced several different short term positions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, while continuing to paint and draw at the Salmagundi Club, the National Arts Club, the […]

David Lyttleton Smith

My subject matter is typically based on something I’ve seen and responded to emotionally, such as a large wave slowly curling toward shore while sunlight sparkles off it’s edges, or cloud banks floating over a turquoise sea ocean creating dark green shadows. Immediately I begin thinking how I might create a composition based on that […]

Candace Whittemore Lovely

With a fussy child on her hands, Mrs. Sally Lovely gave her daughter Candace a red crayon to calm and entertain her. That one act started a life time of imagination and creation for Candace Whittemore Lovely. Her passion for art has continued to flourish and shape her life choices. In high school she led […]

Stapleton Kearns

Stapleton Kearns was born in 1952 and has been painting full time since the mid 1970s.  An established professional painter, he has made his living  as an artist for thirty years. Stapleton grew up in Minnesota, studied at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and the University of Minnesota. Neither was teaching what he […]

Richard Lane

Richard lane began to develop an interest in Marine Art and history at a very young age, spending summers in cape Cod Cod and Nantucket, Massachusetts. He studied fine art and Illustration at The School Of Visual Arts in New York City receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. After art college Richard worked for […]

Steven Lush

It was the artistic family where he grew up that gave Steve his first inspirations. As a young boy Steve was fascinated with the pen and ink drawings of Saul Steinberg as depicted in issues of the New Yorker magazine. He would create his own renderings and spent hours drawing and making up cartoon images […]

John P. Osborne

John P. Osborne is a dedicated painter and teacher of the principles of light which illuminate all fine paintings. The atmospheric paintings are works of tonality and subtlety that evoke an emotional rather than tangible remembrance. As a cum laude graduate of Pratt Institute in New York , his paintings are exhibited internationally at the […]