Regina Quinn

Regina Quinn working on an encaustic painting

After nearly three decades in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, I now live in New York’s Northern Catskills. Although I am a New York City native, I have spent most of my adult life in the northern mountains which are a continuous source of inspiration for my work. As much time as I spend in my studio, […]

Phyllis Bryce Ely: Not My Father’s Iceberg

I began painting this series after the loss of my father, Joseph Loder Bryce, in 2015. Loder served in the US Navy as a photographer aboard the Icebreaker USS Edisto in the early 1950s during the cold war era. His ship supported the installation of the Distant Early Warning Line (DEW Line) in the Arctic […]

Jim DeLucia

I have always been creative as far back as I can remember. It wasn’t until I went to college that I began to paint. I mean really paint. I earned my BFA in 2002 and didn’t officially become a full-time artist until 2013.  Soon after, I shifted into the role of stay-at-home dad and nighttime […]

Ruth LaGue

I grew up in Alaska, awed by the incredible vastness of the wild landscape. Gazing at the expansive skies and majestic mountains as a girl, I recognized that I was a small part of something much larger than myself. Traveling through India in my twenties, I became consumed by the landscape of the spirit — […]

Lin Price

Originally I am from Ann Arbor Michigan, but have spent most of my adult life in New York State, near Ithaca. I had an unconventional and circuitous path toward the arts. After the birth of my second child I decided to return to college and became completely smitten with painting, earning a BFA from Ithaca […]

Victoria Connors: Fiber Art

Growing up in the Finger Lakes, the regional terrain has shown me the peace and beauty of nature. I have always enjoyed the process of creating, using landscape and surrealism as my main passions for expression. I was first introduced to fiber arts and needle felting in June 2014 while volunteering in Rochester.  I saw an inspiring […]

Phyllis Bryce Ely: Look Out the Window

Painting at Durand Eastman Park

“Look out the window.” My mother said that to me again and again. If I was bored, she would say, “Look out the window, what do you see? Make something to tell me about.” If I complained of long trips in the car she would say, “Look out the window.” Over time we drove and […]