Julie Torres was a Brooklyn artist, but then one day she and her partner, artist Ellen Letcher, decided to leave it all and head upstate.
Joan Grubin is a New York based visual artist and writer, whose dimensional work in paper deals with issues of perception and color. Grubin has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions in and around the New York area and beyond, in galleries, universities, non-profit spaces, and museums, including the New York Public Library, the Parrish Art Museum, the Weatherspoon Museum, the University of Maine, and the Kentler International Drawing Space. She was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship In 2008, and was a MacDowell Colony Fellow in 2012.
Translating Sight into Paint
Working entirely from observation, Daniel Heidkamp’s paintings join what we see with what we feel.