I paint what I feel. I paint with energy and fire. My works are filled with rhythm and movement. Improvisation is my method of creating art. I explore internally for long periods of time and then paint quickly, explosively. The result is abstract but often recognizable. I love to paint. website »
My work reflects on the social and political powers that affect me, an immigrant and a Latin woman, and my community.
My models are law enforcement officers and immigrants. They are a blend of male and female. It’s a mutation of two protagonists separated by gender, race and social status. My models highlight organizations dedicated to helping immigrants. website »
My photographs are a document of the people/places of Washington Heights. They are not planned or composed in advance. Using a camera I produce an authentic contemporary document, simply and directly expressing the (unposed) spontaneous moment when humanity is revealed. website »
Known as the curator of the online Armenian Poetry Project, Lola published her first collection of poetry, The Accidental Observer, in 2011; her second, Advice to a Poet, is ready for publication. Lola is the poetry editor of the Armenian-American magazine Ararat. Lola’s work has appeared online and in print. website »
Danielle is a fiction writer, at work on a novel and a collection of short stories. She is the founder of Iceberg Writing, which runs writing workshops in Northern Manhattan. website »
Multi-disciplinary artist working in the fields of writing, visual and performing arts. website »
The primary themes I explore are closely connected to the exploration of female identity and experience. My future endeavors include applying therapeutic methods within the landscape of computerized digital imagery, while continuing to support and participate in the upper Manhattan visual arts community. website »
Lyricist/writer of MendelsSongs and others. Specializes in quirky, not-commercially-viable graphic novelettes, including “How to Wash a Cow” and “Tales from the Trash.” website »
Art from my heart. There is a personal, underlying story that is key to the essence of each image. The images are visual souvenirs of fond memories, a happy moment captured and relived every time I look at them. I like to create art that makes my viewer, and me, smile! website »
Marne Lucas is a multidisciplinary artist investigating nature and culture with photography, video and installation to present unique aesthetic philosophies. Her social justice related projects include ‘Bardo ∞ Project’ an ongoing exploration of creativity as a form of spiritual end of life care. website »
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