James Romberger

James Romberger is a fine artist and  cartoonist who lives and works in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. In the mid-1980s, he was co-founder of the seminal East Village installation gallery Ground Zero. Romberger’s pastel drawings are in many private and public collections  including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   “Post  York”, his multimedia graphic novel/flexidisc collaboration […]

Robin Winters

Robin Winters is a mixed media cultural worker, glassblower, sculptor, painter, and teacher with studios in the Catskill Mountains and New York City.  Robin Winter’s work may be found in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art New York, The Whitney Museum New York, The Metropolitan Museum New York, The Brooklyn Museum New York […]

R.M. Fischer

R.M. Fischer’s artwork has always rejected strict definition, hovering between the traditional boundaries that divide the worlds of art, design, architecture, and craft. Throughout his career he has made use of industrial materials in assembled objects that are simultaneously abstract and representational. His art appears both unexpected yet familiar at the same time. This is […]

R.M. Fischer

R.M. Fischer’s artwork has always rejected strict definition, hovering between the traditional boundaries that divide the worlds of art, design, architecture, and craft. Throughout his career he has made use of industrial materials in assembled objects that are simultaneously abstract and representational. His art appears both unexpected yet familiar at the same time. This is […]

Jerry Kearns

Jerry Kearns’ “psychological pop” paintings represent a multidimensional quantum universe. Juxtaposing varied modes of representation, Kearns presents a visual mash-up that highlights how certain iconography expresses American belief structures. In compositions rife with conflict, questioning, contradictions and intrigue, Kearns depicts iconic figures sourced from Western popular culture engaged in perpetual power struggles, though it’s never clear who […]

Jerry Kearns

Jerry Kearns’ “psychological pop” paintings represent a multidimensional quantum universe. Juxtaposing varied modes of representation, Kearns presents a visual mash-up that highlights how certain iconography expresses American belief structures. In compositions rife with conflict, questioning, contradictions and intrigue, Kearns depicts iconic figures sourced from Western popular culture engaged in perpetual power struggles, though it’s never clear who […]

Daisy Craddock

Daisy Craddock (b1949, Memphis,TN) received a BA in Fine Arts from Rhodes College and an MFA in painting from the University of Georgia. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the United States. Recent one person shows Include Summer Produce, July, 2017, Garvey Simon Gallery, NYC and A View of One’s Own, John Davis Gallery, […]

Daisy Craddock

Daisy Craddock (b1949, Memphis,TN) received a BA in Fine Arts from Rhodes College and an MFA in painting from the University of Georgia. Her work has been exhibited widely throughout the United States. Recent one person shows Include Summer Produce, July, 2017, Garvey Simon Gallery, NYC and A View of One’s Own, John Davis Gallery, […]

Curt Hoppe

Curt Hoppe is a New York-based artist whose photographs and realist paintings chronicle his life and interests over the past 40 years. His diverse work ranges from caricatures for sex tabloid Screw to meticulously rendered photo-realist cityscapes of the ethnic neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan or the Hamptons. He is currently working on a series of photographs and larger-than-life black-and-white […]

Curt Hoppe

Curt Hoppe is a New York-based artist whose photographs and realist paintings chronicle his life and interests over the past 40 years. His diverse work ranges from caricatures for sex tabloid Screw to meticulously rendered photo-realist cityscapes of the ethnic neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan or the Hamptons. He is currently working on a series of photographs and larger-than-life black-and-white […]