Ruby R. Scott

Ruby R. Scott, specializes in large acrylic paintings that seem to fluctuate between a suggestive narrative and a nuanced visual atmosphere. Scott’s compositions can retain one’s attention because of the suggestive qualities that are slowly provided to the viewer. A […]

Ted Kurland

The recent works from Ted Kurland are a good example of why painting is unlike any other medium.   Mr. Kuralnds’s pictorial compositions not only provide vivid and mysterious abstract shapes but continually allow a viewer to discover a multitude […]

Queen Amina

 A self-taught artist, Queen Amina creates visceral works that maintain a compositional buoyancy and an innate control of pictorial space. Many of her compositions are in black and white on various surfaces but overall Queen Amaina exhibits an acute mastery […]

Toby Rosser

Toby Rosser at “Visual Language & Catharsis” EXCERPT FROM THE CATALOG ESSAY WRITTEN BY PHOEBE HOBAN Visit Toby Rosser’s web site: Toby Rosser’s work emanates sheer velocity. The shapes and forms he conjures up on canvas spin on their own […]

Stephen Paul Connor

Visit Steve Paul Connor’s web site: Catalog Essay by Phoebe Hoban Stephen Paul Connor teaches game design at a community college in Austin, Texas, instructing his classes in the creation of art for computer games. Connor’s practice in his studio […]

John Hovig

John Hovig Visit john Hovigs’s web site: John Hovig, like Toby Rosser, is an internet developer; he has been “steeped in software coding” since 1980. Hovig originally wanted to be an architect, and both that predilection and his profession are […]

Bob Marty

Visit Bob Marty’s website: Bob Marty’s colorful career ranges from helping build Big Bird for Sesame Street to working on sets and props for several George Balanchine ballets to creating over 1,000 television specials for PBS and other major […]