Kay Making photos give me the freedom to question and respond
freely with intention. My formal studies have been in synesthetic
education, early childhood education, dance, photography, social work
and psychotherapy. I am pulled by human nature life/death, the confrontations
and beauty around me. I will be showing photographic masks and macro
studies of plants and flowers that have been made by a digital camera
and processed with the mac computer.
Kiesel 845-688-7687 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiesel is a nationally award-winning painter with solo, group and
juried exhibitions throughout tri-state area with work in numerous
private and museum collections, including National Dog Museum, St.
Louis, MO. She does primarily commissioned contemporary portraits
(people and/or pets) and landscapes from life or photographs.
Art Education: The Cooper Union Art School, NYC, Stephens College,
MO. Also studied at Brooklyn Museum Art School, NYC; New York University,NYC
(Washington Square Outdoor Art Exhibition Painting Scholarship); and
with Chas. Cajori and Nick Carone.
John Kilb was
born and grew up in Greenwich Village. He was surrounded by the arts
both in his neighborhood and at home: his mother was a dancer, singer
and painter and his father was a set designer and painter; both worked
with Orson Welles at the Mercury Theater. Inevitably,, John became
an artist too. He has studied art at NYU, the New School, the Art
Students League, and Atelier 17. John traveled and lived in Europe
before settling in the Catskills in the early 1960's. He expresses
himself in a variety of ways: paintings, drawings, wood bas-relief
and sculptures, and constructions. His art reflects his bohemian upbringing
and diverse experiences, from a detailed construction of a gritty
NYC street scene to a wooden fish beautifully carved and gilded and
hanging over a local bar.