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Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities. Currently she works in her studio in Philadelphia, where she belongs to the 3rd Street Gallery, a co-operative which she supports. In the 70's she was a founding member of an artists co-op in NYC. Her work is abstract, both in painting and drawing. They sometimes combine in mixed media with collage. These works may include fragments from the collection of memorabilia in her studio. Her work has been influenced by travel, Morocco, Mexico, and repeated trips to Japan and Europe
Marjorie Grigonis
Marjorie Grigonis

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities.…

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities. Currently she works in her studio in Philadelphia, where she belongs to the 3rd…

Marjorie Grigonis is a painter who has spent 15 years as an art teacher, a professor at several colleges and universities. Currently she works in her studio in Philadelphia, where she belongs to the 3rd Street Gallery, a…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually led back to abstract painting, just as his external explorations led him back to Philadelphia, where he has lived and painted since 2009.
Adam Erlbaum
Adam Erlbaum

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually led back to abstract…

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and oil, cutout oil paintngs on aluminum, stage sets, Indian miniatures, temples and altars.
Sutton Hays
Sutton Hays

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and…

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and oil, cutout oil paintngs on aluminum, stage sets, Indian miniatures, temples and…

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and oil, cutout oil paintngs on aluminum, stage sets, Indian miniatures, temples and altars.…

Dana Suleymanova
Dana Suleymanova
Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when seeing the new work by Patricia Ingersoll. Ingersoll continues her studies of the merging of organic and geometric elements in nature and how they compare and contrast with the human condition. Her explorations of subjects found in nature, such as water, dense woods, vines, plants introduces challenges in the process of deconstructing the pictorial plane, or breaking it apart, in order to reconstruct it as individual, but equal parts. Through this process of mapping and diagramming with line, she is exploring and recording where these elements intersect pictorially.
Patricia Ingersoll
Patricia Ingersoll

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when…

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when seeing the new work by Patricia Ingersoll. Ingersoll continues her studies of the…

Acrylic and watercolor grids and overlapping lines, gestured brush strokes and bold color are the first impressions when seeing the new work by Patricia Ingersoll. Ingersoll continues her studies of the merging of organic…

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