Clemente's work is born of a synergy between memory and imagination. He uses no models, pictures or still life arrangements when creating a new work of art. A self-proclaimed “observer,” Clemente chooses to elicit an intellectual formula for his subject matter that he describes through a hierarchy of interpersonal understanding. Today, his universal language is spoken through his art.
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"Liman's work honors nature in a most sophisticated manner. It escapes deing decorative because of her confident brush strokes and careful composition. The strong connection between the artist and subject matter manifests itself in the vibrancy of her scenes and flowers." ArtNews
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Continuing in her family's tradition, Stroh is an oil painter and sculptor specializing in animal portraits and landscapes. With her life's foundation, Stroh has returned to her love of painting after following other professional, personal and artistic pursuits and now her career as a painter and sculptor brings together a variety of aspects of her life.
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Camilla Webster is a widely exhibited fine artist, best-selling author, TED speaker and lecturer. Webster had her first solo museum show curated by world renowned artist Bruce Helander in May 2020. “Webster has an innate ability to install invisible emotional gestures that seem to float and seductively recede like the tide into provocative abstract arrangements.”
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Kathleen E. Carbonara has been painting professionally for 25 years, creating privately commissioned portraits for families, as well as building a body of original work for galleries and clients. Kathleen’s work is in professional and private collections around the US and in the UK. Her uniquely personal style is bold, realistic, and beautifully lifelike.
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Farley is an island girl, born and raised on the island of Manhattan. She is very much involved in art, film, and matters of the ocean.
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Bob’s work, simultaneously figurative and abstract, focuses on the human figure and the landscape of coastal Maine and Florida. Working mostly with oil paint and oil sticks, gouache, and Flashe, the images he creates seem both familiar, and yet somehow not of a specific place, time, or person.
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Our mission of the Artist Collectives is to provide a platform for local artists to grow their potential and to provide collectors, young or experienced, access to original affordable art while giving back to our local non-profits and organizations.
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