Beauty of the Catskills: New Works by Mara Lehmann

“Nature is all inspiring,” according to artist Mara Lehmann. “To be in the country, among the mountains, trees, and blue sky is magnificent. It’s the beauty before me that I try to capture. Nature is my source of inspiration.” She refers to the Catskills as “a kind of holy ground for artists,” and reveals that what…

Robert Schneider

Robert Schneider, landscape painter embodying the rich tradition of the Hudson River School, uses a traditional style acknowledging the influence of painters of the past including George Inness, Thomas Cole, and Fredrick Church. He was recognized by the Fenimore Museum of Art with a one man show in January 2016. The influences on of the…

Elissa Gore

Elissa Gore is a landscape painter who paints from both observation and memory. In her work, Elissa strives to find a feeling of the universal in the natural landscape. Sunset walks and frequent studies painted at Cooper Lake inspires many of her large works as she is influenced by water. Forty years ago, she decided…

John McNulty

John McNulty attended the Brooks School, the University of Chicago, Bennington College, and NYU Film school, where he earned a BFA. He moved to New York City in 1971, where he worked as an instructor at the LaMama theatre, cab driver, and film technician. He joined the union and rose through the ranks to Director…

Susan Cushin

Susan Cushin’s first interest in art can be credited to an art teacher who inspired her. However, painting and creating art pieces have been intermittent. Between taking time off to go to medical school and complete her residency in radiology, another visual endeavor, Cushin never forgot her passion for art. She began to paint more…

Clark Winter

Clark Winter photographs peoples’ awareness of the multiple levels of perception that accompany the passage of time and how our experiences influence our ability to see things clearly. He has used similar observations as a global investment strategist.  What the two roles have in common is the opportunity to see things as they really are, frame…

Gina Blickenstaff

Colorado fine artist Gina Blickenstaff creates heirloom artwork of figures, landscapes, and still life.  Influenced by artistic parents, art has always been Gina’s passion. After attending art college in Philadelphia, Colorado became her home.  Gina’s paintings express energy, happiness, and her love for nature. 

Ken Salaz

Ken Salaz was born in Southern Claifornia and spent his youth living in numerous locations with his family. After graduating from Cooper Union, Mr Salaz spent several years traveling the world, through Asia, Central and South America, and Europe painting landscapes and making copies of Masterworks at numerous Museums. He continued his education with Leonid Gervitz of the Repin Academy and Nelson…

Washington Square by Tatiana Rhinevault
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Tatiana Rhinevault

Tatiana Rhinevault was born in Moscow and spent much of her childhood playing in Sokolniki Park, watching artists as they painted, day in and day out. Because of her exposure to Moscow’s many museums, theaters and art studios, the arts played a huge role in her early life and later on, in her paintings. Her older…

Joseph Sampson

Joseph Sampson graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1995. After OCA, he began freelancing as an illustrator while continuing to paint. Painting quickly became his sole occupation.  Joe’s portfolio is comprised of a variety of scenic imagery, and is currently focused on waterscapes. Drawn to shorelines, beaches, lakes, oceans and streams, Joe uses…