Current Art

Dance Macabre Event

Yvonne Welman

“My work is a personal reaction to social issues.”

Yvonne Welman’s sense and purpose in life are her paintings. She uses them to make people more open minded about the social and philosophical issues, to see if they agree or not. She creates visual stories about her experiences and ideas.

Beauty and traditional painting can attract and give more willingness to at least try to understand.  She uses color, composition, materials, icons to reach her goal.

She wants people to understand that we need […]

Dance Macabre Event2023-12-19T03:00:19+00:00

Untitled

Lore Skoulatos

Lore Skoulatos is a writer and artist from New York. Her writing has been featured in The Gallatin Review, Caustic Frolic, and NYU’s WeSearch Series and has two self-published poetry collections. Her artwork has been displayed in NYC galleries and modeling work featured in Mashable, Snapchat, Vanity Fair, TLC, and various art photography collections.

Untitled2023-12-19T03:00:05+00:00

Triptych – Main

Joe Fischer

Joe Fisher: Born in Nicosia, Cyprus, lives and works in NYC.

Graduated from Cooper Union

Exhibited in galleries and institutions, including The Larry Aldrich museum.

Received a Yaddo fellowship (Spent a summer working alongside notable writers, poets, and musicians.)

Painting published in the New England Journal, a literary magazine.

Reviewed in Arts Magazine by Frank Bowling.

Produced films and documentaries.

Worked as a graphic designer, visual effects and titles.

Triptych – Main2023-12-19T02:59:51+00:00

Be Creative

Cristián Pietrapiana

About the Artist

Originally from Buenos Aires, Pietrapiana lives and works in New York City. His work explores the vulnerability of human nature and its environment.

Pietrapiana has been awarded the Sheldon Bergh Award, has been selected by the City of New York’s DOT Art Program to create a site-specific outdoors installation in LIC, Queens, selected artist for the LTA Program of the Guggenheim Museum, Chashama Residency Program as well as The Space Program in LIC. His […]

Be Creative2023-12-19T14:23:33+00:00

EcoMess

Cristián Pietrapiana

Originally from Buenos Aires, Pietrapiana lives and works in New York City. His work explores the vulnerability of human nature and its environment.

Pietrapiana has been awarded the Sheldon Bergh Award, has been selected by the City of New York’s DOT Art Program to create a site-specific outdoors installation in LIC, Queens, selected artist for the LTA Program of the Guggenheim Museum, Chashama Residency Program as well as The Space Program in LIC. His work has been exhibited at Exit Art NY, AES Gallery NY, Local Project, The […]

EcoMess2023-12-19T02:55:52+00:00

Communication

Yvonne Welman

“My work is a personal reaction to social issues.”

Yvonne Welman’s sense and purpose in life are her paintings. She uses them to make people more open minded about the social and philosophical issues, to see if they agree or not. She creates visual stories about her experiences and ideas.

Beauty and traditional painting can attract and give more willingness to at least try to understand.  She uses color, composition, materials, icons to reach her goal.

She wants people to understand […]

Communication2023-12-19T02:56:07+00:00
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