Jerry Alonzo: Learning New Stuff

Feeling energized, having just returned from two weeks in Colorado at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.  I drove out from Geneseo, NY and caught up with friends along the way. I went there to spend time with a sculptor whose work I greatly admire, James Surls. The course was “Critical Dialog in Sculpture”  which is exactly what […]

Susan Stuart: In the Details – Large-Scale Painting

In The Details - Susan Stuart - House and Home

Creating Large-Scale Paintings By Artist Susan Stuart GETTING STARTED My process of working with oil paints begins with stretching a medium textured, unprimed, linen canvas onto a stretcher frame. This canvas is then primed with three coats of a sizing glue. This special glue is applied while hot and brushed onto the surface of the […]

Christopher Baker

Art means making choices: color, composition, subject, etc.  Since I adhere to no formal “rules” my painting process actually begins with my camera.  Following my collecting of images, I work in my studio in Weedsport, NY with a carefully established rhythm of photo, sketch, painted color study and final painting.  Following graduate work at Rochester […]

Dale Klein

My studio at the Hungerford Building and my etching press

My name is Dale Klein and I am a printmaker and painter. I was born in Buffalo and live and work in Rochester, NY. For 25 years I was a clinical social worker, but I have always been interested in the arts. In 2002 I went back to school and earned a BS in studio art […]