Emmy Thelander

Emmy Thelander was raised in Massachusetts and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. As an artist, she devises idiosyncratic systems that give rise to drawings, paintings, video and sculpture. Emmy received her MFA in Painting from Yale University in 2014 and a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2010. She has been awarded fellowships […]

Daniel Giordano

Daniel Giordano lives and works in Newburgh, NY.  He earned his MFA from the University of Delaware, and has shown nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Menage/rie at Super Dutchess; A Salve of Sorts at Vacation;  and Living/Breathing at Morgan Lehman Gallery in New York, NY. Giordano currently has work on view at the Karpeles […]

Diego Leclery

My decision to “become an artist” can be broken down into two dimensions: “I was born to make art,” and “I have to do something with my life.” The first is an expression of some innate identity—that I have an artistic disposition and that making art is a manifestation of who I am—and the second […]

Richard Turley

Richard Turley is a designer living in NYC.

In this interview he talks about design and Civilization.
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Melora Griffis

A native New Yorker, Griffis received her BFA from The Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts (Montpelier, VT). She has had solo exhibitions at Anna Kaplan Contemporary (Buffalo, NY) the Pamela Williams Gallery (Amagansett, NY), Lizan Tops Gallery and AE Gallery (both East Hampton, NY), Whitney […]

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 […]