Robert Brinker: Painter
(American, lives and works in Aspen, Colorado)
Robert Brinker is making drawings on tea bags and vellum incorporating
images from many sources including comic books, children's work
books, and images collected from personal travels. They have all
been removed from their original context and placed in a new one.
He is interested in how the viewer may see these pieces as a type
of storyboard installation and how narratives may change in response
to the order of the images.
Joelle Deroy: Painter & Watercolorist
(French, born in Texas)
paintings are figurative to abstract, in a style continuing the
feeling of French Impressionism but exploring modern techniques.
She is inspired by the Zen approach to art and by Japanese stylization
going to the essential.
Hourdé: Sculptor, Painter & Draughtsman
(French, lives and works in Paris)
James M. Rizzi: Painter, Illustrator & Graphic Designer
(American, lives and works in Brooklyn, New York)
"I am inspired by the flux of the city:
memories and photographs of painted elevated trains, illumin(at)ed
windows in nocturnal cityscapes, broken glass shimmering in dull
sidewalks, and the panoply of cultural pluralism, increasing by
the day, even in a city already as diverse as New York. In the public
space of the city, street artists appropriate the urban environment
by layering ideas on top of one another...."
(American, lives and works in New York)
Her work includes books made of a combination of
handmade and found objects, silver gelatin prints, color photographs
and digital works.