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Artspace _ Passport_Private Studios (Weekend 2, October 19-20)

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[A-E] [F-K] [L-P] [Q-Z] [October 12-13] [October 19-20] [October 26-27] Scroll down for the full directory of images ↓ Kwadwo Adae Michael Angelis Liz Antle-O'Donnell Chris Barnard Catalina Barroso-Luque Johanna Bresnick Alexis Brown Frank Bruckmann Leslie Carmin Jeff Carter Jeremy Chandler Susan Clinard George Corsillo Eileen Eder Silas Finch Roberta Friedman Maura Galante Jean Galli Michael Galvin & Kyle Skar Kayla Gibbons Julian Gilbert-Davis Sy Gresser Stephen Grossman Luke And Mistina Hanscom Kevin Harty Music Haven Clymenza Hawkins Ellen Hoverkamp Brent Howard Nancy Karpel John Keefer Martin Kersels Katie Kindilien Tony Kosloski Constance Lapalombara Charlotte Lichtblau Linda Lindroth Karleen Loughran Ken Lovell Nomi Lubin Barbara Marks Kiara Matos Mary Mayer William Meddick Lenny Moskowitz Sigrun Müller Susan Nichols Douglas Nygren Perry Obee Daniel Paier Mark Potter Gerald Saladyga Sara Scranton Thomas Stavovy Bryan Stryeski Marcus Surrealius Sara Thomas Cole Tucker-Walton Kevin Van Aelst Thuan Vu Gar Waterman Susan Weinreich Brian Wendler Aicha Woods

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Kwadwo Adae Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 817 Chapel Street Suite 2A New Haven, CT Map Artists from the Adae Fine Art Academy will be exhibiting their drawings and paintings during the Passport Weekend: Saturday, October 19th and Sunday October 20th. Kwadwo Adae is the instructor of the Adae Fine Art Academy, located on the second floor of 817 Chapel Street in the Ninth Square one block up from Artspace at the corner of Orange St. ↑

Michael Angelis Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church St. 4th Floor New Haven, CT Map Michael Angelis is a landscape painter based in New Haven, CT. His plein air painting series depicting New Haven neighborhoods were begun 5 years ago as a study of the street level experience underneath the overpasses of Route 91. Since then he has branched out to include construction sites and other changing urban landscapes. ↑

Liz Antle-O'Donnell Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 20 Paramount Avenue Hamden, CT Map I enjoy developing textures both within and outside of the print. My primary medium is linoleum. Most of my work combines prints with found objects -natural objects such as bark or leaves; salvaged wood, windows or frames -pushing the print into the third dimension. My recent works are best described as surrealistic, apocalyptic landscapes. ↑
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Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio M 110 West Haven, CT Map My work examines the connections and gaps between landscape painting and contemporary socio-political concerns, specifically U.S. militarization, imperialism and ideologies that perpetuate them. I address relationships between representations of history and destruction, desensitization to violence, and engagement in potentially perpetual war. ↑

Catalina Barroso-Luque Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 50 Orange St New Haven, CT Map Alternative Space (October 26-27) My practice seeks to challenge the boundaries of sculpture and photography. Recently, I have focused on analyzing how images function as ‘screens’. I aim to address how today’s image environment depicts reality as a series of overlapping universes, and how the veils created by images deny us access to something deeper than the image itself. ↑

Johanna Bresnick Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 84 Lyon Street New Haven, CT Map Recent work investigates the imposition of geometry on nature; the engineering of environments and conditions by
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means of architecture, economics, time, geopolitics, social behavior, familial structure, or personal code. The materials vary widely. ↑

Alexis Brown Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Eli Whitney Barn 915 whitney ave Hamden, CT Map Mail focus is in printmaking currently. General subject is animals usually in large format. ↑

Frank Bruckmann Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 418 West Rock Ave. New Haven, ct Map I like to paint!! ↑

Leslie Carmin Passport/Private Studios (October 19www.cwos.org/artist_directory_weekend_2

Jeff Carter Website →

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Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 17 Anderson Street New Haven, CT Map I draw odd little creatures and people from my imagination using primarily pencil and paper. I develop a drawing over time that translates my intended meaning into a visual metaphor. My drawings often represent my deepest and darkest feelings or sometimes they can simply be of something I found to be funny. ↑

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Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 B Gilbert St West Haven , CT Map The Westmount Group is a diverse team of crafts people led by Jeff Carter collaborating on the fabrication of your bespoke furniture. Bringing the talents of many people together on one project he utilizes the expertise of many. This approach permits Jeff to undertake a wide range of projects. ↑

Susan Clinard Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Jeremy Chandler The Eli Whitney Museum BARN 920 Website → Whitney Ave Passport/Private Studios (October 19Hamden, CT, 20) Map 943 Dixwell Ave. Over several decades, I have honed a Hamden, CT mature personal style across a variety of Map My work is informed by my own cultural sculptural media. My work is an identity as well as a curiosity in people’s exploration of nature’s forms, distorted and perfect, found and inspired. It is relationship with the natural simply art reflective of life which environment. I am interested in the persistence of mythology in depictions of contains the ugly and the beautiful the landscape as well as how culture and without interruption. ↑ myth often intertwine to create altered perceptions of space and place. ↑

Eileen Eder Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920)
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George Corsillo Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 838 Whalley Avenue Unit #12 New Haven, Connecticut Map George Corsillo, representing his company Design Monsters, specializes in graphic design with a playful, graphic illustration style. Posters, felt patches, book jackets, and tees — commercial design for hire, with a heart. During CWOS, Corsillo will be debuting his 2013 'Day of the Dead' poster. ↑

20) 167 Uncas Point Road Guilford, CT Map Like a slow exhale where we pause to enjoy the world around us, my paintings strive to find poetry in the visual world. ↑

Silas Finch Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church st 3rd floor New haven, Ct Map A combination of Geppetto fashioning metal Pinocchios and Thomas Edison indifferent to usefulness, Silas Finch has a gift for re-imagining the curious debris of the ordinary world. His workshop is an archive of vaguely identifiable fragments that, once he plots the instructions for their assembly, become small, unofficial mysteries. ↑

Roberta Friedman Website → Erector Square (October 12 -13) Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) City Gallery, 994 State Street New Haven, CT Map The technique of collage-layered paintings created on surfaces of various textures, weights and properties, allows me to expand my perception of watercolor. The ever changing natural layering of the landscape tirelessly beckons. My goal is to take the viewer on an imaginative journey into memory, reflection and solace. ↑

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Maura Galante Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Eli Whitney Museum Barn 915 Whitney Ave Hamden, CT Map Although I like to experiment with a variety of media, I consider myself first and foremost a printmaker. I am fascinated by the various tools, the smell of the inks, the machinery of the press. I continue to play with color, pattern and texture and incorporate these elements into my explorations of nature, architecture and faraway places. ↑

Jean Galli Website → Erector Square (October 12 -13) Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Framed 1224 Whitney Ave Hamden, Map My paintings embody the inner pride, strength and confidence of my subjects. I strive to achieve as close a resemblance to as I can, while adding creative nuances to all my work, so the viewer will know know they are looking at paintings. My goal is to draw the viewers in, evoke emotion, inspire imagination, and ultimately tell a story. ↑

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Michael Galvin & Kyle Skar Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 300 Boston Post Road University of New Haven, Dodds Hall West Haven, CT Map UNH artists-in-residence Galvin and Skar have created two luminescent cubes situated in a field of grass within the gallery. The installation invites the viewer to reconsider the relation between regulated and wild spaces. ↑ Julian Gilbert-Davis Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 B Gilbert St Studio M 203 West Haven, CT Map ↑

Kayla Gibbons Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio 204 West Haven, CT Map Utilizing the junkyard as a site for material recuperation, Kayla's work attempts to discover the ways that crude material can be transformed into invented form. Whether imbued with the rust of time or recuperated and restored, personal history is fused with the culturally mass-produced. ↑

Sy Gresser Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio M 207 West Haven, CT Map Sy Gresser has been carving directly in wood and stone since the early 1950s., when he studied with Bill Taylor. His work has been exhibited in galleries and universities from Alabama to Connecticut, with two retrospectives in New Haven: Pierson College at Yale (1969) and the Slifka Center at Yale (2009). ↑

Stephen Grossman Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 19www.cwos.org/artist_directory_weekend_2

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Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church Street #4B New Haven, CT Map Painting has died many a death and yet some of us slog on. Perhaps we are hunting ghosts, perhaps we experience its afterlife. I consider both possibilities when I make a painting, all the while focused and distracted by life's daily events. ↑

Luke And Mistina Hanscom Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 1175 State st New Haven , Map Alternative Space (October 26-27) While currently living and working in the Westville Village of New Haven, Hanscom's fine art work mixes multiple mediums while placing an emphasis on his strong photographic background with the use of both digital and analogue techniques. ↑

Music Haven Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 117 Whalley Ave. New Haven, CT Map Music Haven's mission is to build a vibrant urban community through performance and music education that empowers young people, their families & professional musicians. Through the residency of the Haven String Quartet, we provide world-class performances and free lessons to kids in the Dixwell, Hill, Dwight & Newhallville neighborhoods. ↑ Kevin Harty Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 30 Elm St. West Haven, CT Map Gravity guides the medium with some help from the selective psyche that's rummaging the infinite. Visuals can be perceived as objective or abstract or as a combination of the two. I hybridize the known with the fictional, so hopefully you are fooled into thinking they are part of www.cwos.org/artist_directory_weekend_2

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are fooled into thinking they are part of the actual worlld. ↑

Clymenza Hawkins Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 185 Front Street Fair Haven, CT Map From her atelier by the Quinnipiac River, Clymenza will exhibit mixed media images of women and transformation inspired by mythology with a modern twist. She will also introduce the RiverFront Literary Episode to read one of her published tales, Sable Selkie set in her yard by the Quinnipiac River. (If it rains, will be inside atelier).range of interior accessories including wall paper panels, portable altar boxes and artbooks. ↑

Ellen Hoverkamp Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) West Cove Studio 30 Elm St. West Haven, CT Map Ellen Hoverkamp’s work strives to bring attention to the beauty of nature. It has appeared in many solo shows and has been published in several books and magazines. Ellen received the Garden Writer’s Association 2013 Gold Award for Photography for her collaboration on the book, “Natural Companions," published in 2012 by Stewart, Tabori and Chang. ↑

Brent Howard Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio M 203 West Haven, CT Map ↑

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Nancy Karpel Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 85 Willow Street, Bldg. A, FL-3, Unit 1 Marlin Business Center New Haven, CT Map I've been fortunate to be a professional jewelry artist in New Haven for 37+ years. My work has constantly evolved, and in 1997 I began incorporating gold

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and in 1997 I began incorporating gold and silver Precious Metal Clay (PMC) into my designs. Inspiration for my designs comes from both my travels around the world and my life-long residence by the ocean. ↑ Martin Kersels Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio M 203 West Haven, CT Map ↑

John Keefer Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 904 whalley ave. #4 new haven, ct Map some people might think my work isn't appropriate for children. some people might think my work is not appropriate for any one. ↑

Tony Kosloski Website → Katie Kindilien Passport/Private Studios (October 19Website → 20) Passport/Private Studios (October 1951 chestnut st 20) new haven, ct 115 west park avenue Map new haven, ct my work is based on the concept of Map I have spent the summer creating small "change" as the structure of experience. plein air and still life paintings, trying to it takes the form of sets of arrangements within specific time periods. i use this capture light and depth, atmosphere and structure for my sculpture, painting and memory..I hope you enjoy them! ↑ choreography. ↑
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choreography. ↑

Constance Lapalombara Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 85 Willow Street New Haven, CT Map My work is about the interaction of light and shadow. I paint landscape--the city and coastal Maine--as well as still life and interiors. ↑

Charlotte Lichtblau Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Studio M 207 West Haven, CT Map The artist, who came to the US from Vienna in 1940, has exhibited in museums, universities, and churches, with retrospectives at the Palais Palffy in Vienna (1994) and in Bad Aussee, (2002). Her work explores the passion of human existence. Some of it, on biblical themes, references both expressionism and the history of ecclesiastical imagery. ↑

Linda Lindroth Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 85 Willow Street Studio E New Haven , CT Map My photographs examine boxes in states of decay and disintegration, stripped of their identity by flattening them and folding their sides. Enlarging to 44x55" further confuses the viewer, the grand www.cwos.org/artist_directory_weekend_2

Karleen Loughran Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 60 Middle Rd. Hamden, Connecticut Map As a non-objective artist, I attempt to expose the deeper, veiled aspects of the human experience through the formal elements of line, color, shape and texture in a hope to shift the viewer’s perceptions from a literal level to more emotional and spiritual; “to capture the essence of a thing rather than its mere outward appearance” (Clive Bell). ↑

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further confuses the viewer, the grand scale revealing imperfections and faded color; the resulting images similar to the panoply of art historical styles of 20th century masters. ↑

outward appearance” (Clive Bell). ↑

Ken Lovell Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church street #3B New Haven, CT Map My working method involves both digital means and traditional fine art concerns. Random elements, personal reflections and research material are programmatically combined using a variety of painting and printmaking techniques. Images evolve, serially, moving back and forth from the virtual space of the computer to 2d and 3d printed objects. ↑

Nomi Lubin Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) West Cove Studio 30 Elm St. West Haven , CT Map I am preoccupied with perceptual painting, its mysteries, its possibilities, its impossibilities. I studied at The New York Studio School for Drawing, Painting and Sculpture. ↑

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Barbara Marks Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church Street 4th floor New Haven, CT Map My primary medium is color— everything else is secondary. Lately I've been using pastel pencils to make line drawings of a lone figure in a room, everyday interior spaces, and the landscape. ↑

20) 915 Whitney Av. Hamden, Ct Map I encountered clay early in my life and since I have grown beside it. Most of my life has gone by, working with it and whenever that has not been the case, I have missed it terribly. I love the feel of it, the way my hands alter it, the dance they perform mesmerizes me, whether on the will or when I hand model. Working with clay is my passion. ↑

Mary Mayer Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Framed 1224 Whitney Ave Hamden, CT Map I was first drawn to monotypes because it’s a medium that encourages experimentation and spontaneity–where the process is as rewarding as the final print. As my monotypes have evolved, my exploration has focused on embracing the “accidents” that happen in the process and on color relationships. ↑

William Meddick Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 337 Summit Street New Haven , CT Map A painting originates by way of my emotions and sight. It is all encompassing -- body and mind combined to create gestural strikes of paint on a surface. The process becomes demanding, with solid labor attempting to contain that initial passion. I try to capture the image for the viewer’s observation and contemplation. My work is my visual diary. ↑

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Lenny Moskowitz Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 115 W. Park Ave New Haven, CT Map Art is self-portrait. I try to portray my best intentions. My paintings are loose interpretations of my response to life. My work is a communion between subject and self. My experience of communion can most easily be translated into color and image. I consider myself working in the tradition of landscape. ↑

Sigrun Müller Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 55 Fountain Street ARLOW (ArtLoftsWest), Unit #3 New Haven-Westville, CT Map I believe that a statement by Henri Matisse best defines my own beliefs about my work: "The artist should bring to his work all his energy, his sincerity and utmost modesty in order to discard all old clichés during his work." ↑

Susan Nichols Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) West Cove Studios and Gallery 30 Elm Street West Haven, CT Map I am a printmaker and painter who lives on the Connecticut shoreline. ↑

Douglas Nygren Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) West Cove Studio and Gallery 30 Elm Street West Haven , CT Map In my photos, I like to show motion to question reality. At times, motion becomes emotion. ↑

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Perry Obee Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 91 Shelton Ave New Haven, CT Map I paint what I see. I am interested in revealing space on a two dimensional surface, and not just western perspective, but Chinese landscape painting and the parallel perspective of pre-renaissance. I love color. It is in color that I find the true voice of painting. Light is another interest, and this falls in line after color. I make images. ↑

Daniel Paier Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 44 Circular Avenue Hamden, CT Map Alternative Space (October 26-27) Paier College of Art Group Show features selected work from juniors and seniors students. Fine Art, Illustration, Photography, Graphic Design, and Interior Design departments will be represented. ↑

Mark Potter Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 14 Gilbert Street Suite M114A West Haven, ST Map I work primarily in clay, making both pots and sculptures. I also paint. My work is about the space between language and form, as I often draw, or write on my pots and paintings. ↑

Gerald Saladyga Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 Church St. #4 New Haven, CT. Map My paintings are about reconstructing landscape ↑

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Sara Scranton Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 756 Chapel Street New Haven, Ct Map Sara Scranton rasied in the New Haven area attended Cooperative Arts and Humanity's High School. She studied fine art at Gateway Community College and Illustration at The Art Insitute of Boston. Sara has curated shows in the Gretaer New Haven area where she is best know for her Patron Saints and pin - up photography. ↑

Thomas Stavovy Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 30 Elm Street West Haven, CT Map I use an iterative process of finding, breaking apart, and re-finding form. The accumulation of marks and revisions provides a syntax for the articulation of form and structure. ↑

Bryan Stryeski Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 39 church st new www.cwos.org/artist_directory_weekend_2 haven, ct

Marcus Surrealius Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 830 Elm Street New Haven, CT Map
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new haven, ct Map This Group of work represents my ongoing interest in the combination of art, design, architecture. I am particularly concerned with creating images that are a reflection of the overwhelming nature of our surroundings. ↑

Map Artist statement short version: i make sculptures mostly themed around recycling, reusing, and modifying material with themes rooted in biomimetics, culture, and exploring the definitions of humanity and the self. ↑

Sara Thomas Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) The Barn @ the Eli Whitney Museum 920 Whitney Avenue Hamden, CT Map I love printmaking. I can have a good visualization of how the final print will look in my head, and then something so much more amazing comes off of the plate. Currently, I am working on a series about elephants. I began exploring their form through contour lines and I am now adding blocks of color and texture to the composition. ↑

Cole Tucker-Walton Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) West Cove Studio 30 Elm Street West Haven, CT Map "Born in NY (1991), raised in CT, did time at Yale, now make art in Redding. In a practice that spans painting, drawing, and sculpture, I aim for the inexplicable, mischievous, free, bodied, happy. Though often abstract and always materialistic, every piece lies within influence of the world, and the bits of it I know." ↑

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Kevin Van Aelst Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 111 Dessa Drive Hamden, CT Map My photographs and constructions consist of common artifacts and materials from everyday life, which have been rearranged and reassembled into various forms and illustrations. The images aim to examine the distance between where my mind wanders to and the material objects that inspire those fixations. ↑

Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 943 Dixwell Ave. Studio H Hamden, CT Map Identity politics are at the heart of my work. As a Vietnamese refugee, I've created paintings that evoke the feelings of discovery and adaptation to a new life in America. In The New World, I correlate my family's experience of coming to America to those of early 19th century American painters. I imagine their sense of awe, confusion, and hope. ↑

Susan Weinreich Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Gar Waterman Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 425 West Rock. Ave. New Haven, CT Map Gar Waterman’s sculpture explores organic form. A combination of observation of natural phenomena, sensual devotion to the tactile possibilities of material, and a model maker's tinkering sensibility inform his work. West Rock Studio in the Westville section of New Haven has been his home and workplace for the last 17 years. ↑ 96 Orange Street New Haven, CT Map Reynolds Fine Art is pleased to offer a hand picked selection of work by Susan Weinreich. Weinreich is a celebrated American Artist, Lecturer and Mental Health Advocate whose paintings and drawings have been exhibited across the nation. Her work will be on Exhibit at Reynolds Fine Art the whole month of October. ↑

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Brian Wendler Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) 26A Clifton Street New Haven, CT Map I believe a life in art is one of continual learning, and I am always occupied with the study of it. When I approach my subject I try to empty my mind and respond to prompts from the subject, the painting, and from within, always with an eye to simplifying shapes while distilling colors and impressions. ↑

Aicha Woods Website → Passport/Private Studios (October 1920) Eli Whitney Museum Barn CT 920 Whitney Ave Hamden, CT Map Aicha Woods' site specific temporal installations employ everyday materials and objects in repetitions, coalescing in fragile environments. The work is inspired by a daily practice of documenting small changes primarily in East Rock Park, New Haven and larger shifts viewed seasonally from fly overs above the Arctic. ↑

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