rivertowns NY

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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Susan Ordahl

Susan Ordahl

Tell us about yourself. I was born in the Queens, NYC and grew up in Massachusetts, the youngest of four kids. We had a cottage on the beach and being the last of four in the 70’s I was left to my own devices much of the time. My surroundings; the beach, the ocean, the fish, and […]

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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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Jerzy Kubina

Jerzy Kubina

Jerzy constructs large scale images on silk using technologies to create layers, textures, translucency. He is searching for a language which expresses the ideas inside. Sometimes the paintings are quiet and translucent, and then suddenly become very dramatic. There is a symbiotic relationship between him and the materials. Tell us about yourself. I was born in Zamosc, Poland, […]

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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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Tim Duch

Tim Duch

Tell us about yourself. I painted as a youth, returned to painting in college and have been at it since.  I lived in the East village in the 80’s and showed there frequently, sometimes in clubs, sometimes in galleries. I’ve been married for 26 years, have two sons aged 24 and 17.  I left Brooklyn […]

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