arts

Ellen Hopkins Fountain

Ellen Hopkins Fountain

Tell us about yourself. My husband and I have been living in NY for 27 years but I will always feel rooted to where I grew up in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. My family moved around a bit, to Pennsylvania and then here. It’s the proximity of the city that brought us to Westchester. Besides making art, what do […]

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Patricia van Essche

Patricia van Essche

Tell us about yourself. If I could draw the answer to this question, it certainly would not be a straight line. I am “PvE” an artist, wife, mother, sister, and friend to many and a keen observer of life-style.  Some might say, I have always been drawn to capturing what I see with line and color. […]

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Allen M Hart

Allen M Hart

Tell us about yourself. I was born in New York and am now 87 years old. I studied art at the Art Students League and was  seriously painting by the time I was 15 years old. My journey has been a never ending process, and I’m working as furiously today as I did then. Early on […]

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Kaya Deckelbaum

Kaya Deckelbaum

Kaya is a  figurative sculptor who integrates wire mesh with driftwood and other media.  Wire-mesh is a window screen like industrial material, I work it with my hands and fingers and use simple  tools with rounded knobs. No molds. I started with clay and then further developed my skills with wire mesh and driftwood. I love […]

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Antonio Alvarez

Antonio Alvarez

Tell us about yourself. I was born in Cuba and I came when I was 24. I didn’t begin college until I was 30 and got my Masters when I was 35. I majored in Spanish Literature, with a minor in Philosophy and Art. I did this at night while I was working in restoration during […]

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