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Artists & Makers Studios 1 and 2 Resident Artists and Affiliates

Alan J. Cutler A&M2

Capturing your most flattering expressions, as well as poses, is my passion. I treat everyone I shoot with dignity and respect, and welcome an escort if that makes you feel more comfortable during your session. I am located in Montgomery County, Maryland, so if you live in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C., lets create some great photos!

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Alex May A&M1

My passion for crochet stemmed from a birthday present my mother gave to me in 2014: a handmade, stuffed, crochet octopus. Something about the design of the cute creature caught my interest, and when I found the book that my mother had gotten the crochet pattern from, I was hooked! Since then, I have started and

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Alton F. Knight A&M2

  Hi, my name is Alton Knight and I’m a photographer who specializes in creating portraits, headshots, and portfolios for actors, models and other creatives.  I also shoot lifestyle and event photography for a variety of clients who desire albums and digital images of special occasions and other memorable moments.    My clients include models, actors, authors, event planners, sporting event companies, universities, high

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Angela White A&M1

The concept of the many layers of our life experiences forming our physical, spiritual and emotional identity lends itself to creating and adding layers of visual depth and density in my art work.

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Anita L. Albertson A&M1

What is Art?  To me, art captures something essential about life. Art makes life bearable. It isn’t a luxury. Like our capacity for understanding, and our experience of love, it is a vitally important part of life. –Gillian Pederson Krag How does one share the charm and communicate the wonder of living, breathing and being?

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Ann Schaefer A&M2

Ann is a plein air artist, gaining her inspiration from the places she paints. The excitement in her work comes from the rapid, fresh brushstrokes and color choices to catch the light of a particular place and time. She works primarily in Maryland, in the area surrounding Washington, DC, Frederick County, and the Eastern Shore. A Fine

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Anne Cherubim A&M1

I am an abstract contemporary landscape painter working in acrylic. My art is rooted in real life images and textures, with a modern abstraction, often in a limited colour palette.

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Annie Abaziou A&M1

Annie Abaziou is a sculptor who began her artistic career in figurative painting, learning the basics of color, perspective, proportion and shape.

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Anthony Williams A&M2

Anthony has been interested in photography for many years and now that he’s retired, he can dedicate more time to this art that he truly loves. Anthony has taken a variety of photography courses at the Smithsonian as well as WSP workshops and specialty studio shoots that the school offers. Anthony has been a WSP Camera Club

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Bahia Akerele – On the Purple Couch A&M1

Reuse, Renew and Conserve is at the heart and soul of On the Purple Couch and its owner Bahia. We are a space for you to create  and transform your home.  Our space, the colors and the displays are all presented with the notion that we might create a space that transcends the every day and gives

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Barbara Bell A&M1

Barbara uses her own photographs as a major resource for her paintings, in which she attempts to capture the fluidity and rhythms of the natural world.

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Barbara Eisenstein A&M1

Inspiration for my quilts comes from the images in photos I have taken and images of nature. Seen through the lens of my imagination, I transfer them into fabric using raw-edge appliqué, enhanced by machine and hand stitching.

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Brian Fisher A&M1

Brian Fisher’s art combines the rich history of master painters with evocative memories of a working class childhood.

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Carolyn Alper A&M1

From the Washington Project for the Arts 2014: WPA Membership Director, Jeremy Flick, recently spoke with Carolyn Alper, an American University alumna and a longtime DC benefactor about her “Alper Initiative” to build a Washington Art gallery at American University. There has been much conversation of late concerning the changing cultural landscape of the Washington, DC

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Cathy Abramson A&M1

Cathy Abramson’s recent urban paintings are inspired by her photos of everyday events: sitting at a lunch counter; getting a watch repaired; having a cup of coffee.

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Cathy Hirsh A&M1 and 2

Put simply, I paint because I find painting fun and challenging. I work in multiple media – watercolor, oil, acrylic, gouache and mixed media – depending on the subject and the visual impact I want.

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Cecelia Laurendeau A&M2

At an early age I began to go beyond coloring and ventured into drawing and painting. The moment I uncapped my first tube of oil paint and squeezed out that brilliant buttery hue, I knew I was on a journey of artistic discovery. This natural ability was nurtured by my loving talented parents. They were

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Christina Hibbard A&M1

Christina Hibbard is an abstract mixed-media artist, who recently turned her passions of painting and collage-making into a full-time gig after fifteen years of working toward eliminating violence against women and girls, teaching and coaching women.

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Christopher Hoppe A&M2

Mr. Hoppe currently calls Alamogordo, New Mexico his home, but he was born in the Philippines. He currently lives in Alexandria Virginia. He has been engaged in art since the age of seven, but began studying art full force when he was living in Western Europe. Mr. Hoppe studied art history in England, art restoration

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Dale O’ve Jackson A&M1

I’ve now circled back to working with clay and producing sculptures after being away from it for 40 years. It feels natural, and each new artistic progression feels great. I’m looking forward to creating new pieces that are visually powerful and entertaining.

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Desiree Sterbini A&M1

Desiree Sterbini creates award winning works with oil pastels and colored pencils on textured paper and board. Her sensitive compositions are detailed with vibrant colors and strokes, created by stumps of rolled paper and brush.

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Dona Jones A&M2

Dona Jones has been a professional photographer since 2000. She graduated from the Washington School of Photography (WSP) in Bethesda, MD with a Certificate in Professional Photography. She was also the former Assistant Dean of WSP. Dona is currently the President and Coordinator of the Montgomery County Camera Club of Maryland. Her specialty areas of photography are

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Elaine Boucher Burch Taylor A&M2

Biography: B.A. in Fine Art, Boston College, Boston, Massachusetts B.S.C.S. in Computer Science, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia Study at Boston University, Harvard University, Montgomery College and Corcoran School of Art Work as a software engineer and an artist Highlights of Exhibitions, Collectors and Gallery Associations: Washington International Art Fair II, III, IV and V

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Elizabeth Davison A&M1

Every individual should have access to art and culture in their daily lives. It’s our goal to provide a medium between art enthusiasts and the artists themselves. From the outset, our project’s goal was to enable visitors to not only understand the art we display, but also to generate group discussions about the pieces as a

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Elizabeth Stecher A&M2

“Watercolor does surprising things and is unpredictable, but sometimes spontaneous effects can be incorporated into the painting,” says Elizabeth. She chooses landscape subject matter based on her personal attraction which is typically mountains and Colorado scenery. While she often works from the photographs she takes when she travels, Elizabeth feels they do not capture the

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Elizabeth Steel A&M2

I am a painter whose work reflects a love of and training in sculpture and metalwork. Much of my abstract work focuses on creating two-dimensional wall pieces that have a three-dimensional feeling. To that end, I may manipulate textures, shapes, and colors by enhancing them with materials such as hand-painted papers, sand, or foils, or

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Elody Crimi A&M2

Elody Crimi is an alumni graduate of the Washington School of Photography and is an accomplished commercial and fine arts photographer, specializing in landscape and portrait photography.  She is also a photography instructor, teaching a vast range of classes including: Photoshop, Smartphone Photography, HDR Techniques, and DSLR Basics.  Her greatest passion is to experiment with

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Gary D. Jones A&M2

Gary has been a freelance photographer for 30 plus years and he’s also been a Camera Club member for 12 years. Gary’s area of expertise is events, portraits, models and commercial photography. When he’s not photographing models, documenting his historic hometown of Petersburg, VA and searching for vintage buses, Gary mentors and instructs other photographers. Professional Affiliation: Member

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Geri Olson A&M2

I’ve been working in water media for many years and recently I’m enjoying experimenting with  various ways of applying color (acrylic, ink, watercolor) on canvas—splashing, pouring, brushing color that can freely unite into lively, energetic compositions. Allowing the paint to move and flow creates new and unimagined colors and forms—improvisation in art. I’m drawn to

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Glen Kessler A&M1

Glen Kessler has been awarded a 2013 Maryland State Arts Council Grant, two Elizabeth Greenshields Grants, and the Prince of Wales Fellowship. Glen is also a renowned teacher and mentor, and has taught avidly at both the university and community level for nearly two decades.

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Iris Perry A&M1

Designing jewelry takes me to a special place deep within my soul where I feel the most free, authentic and empowered. I want you to experience the same feelings when wearing my jewelry.

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Jane Pettit A&M1

After twenty years of running my own organizational development company, I celebrate my life as an artist every day.

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Janet Fox A&M2

I’m a Gallery 209 artist, at Artists & Makers 2. I love to make art and learn about art-making by experimenting in my studio, by viewing and discussing art with others, and through living and dreaming. I have been creating art for sale for about 15 years, and have studied under Indianapolis and DC area

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Jean Hirons A&M2

Jean Hirons works exclusively in the beautiful medium of soft pastel. She is a teacher of the medium and the author of Finding Your Style in Pastel, her highly acclaimed self-published book on all things ‘pastel.’ Hirons is a signature member of the Pastel Society of America and a Master Circle member of the International

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Jeanne Powell A&M2

An Artist’s Journey Traveling introduced me to the joy of painting. For many years I was merely a photographic observer. In 2003, my semi-retirement from being a research economist at NIST afforded me the time to pursue painting in classes and workshops (mostly at the Yellow Barn). With wonderful surprise, I found that plein air

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Jeanne Sullivan A&M1

Jeanne Sullivan is a mixed media artist who uses an assortment of papers which are torn and mixed with acrylics, maps, drawings, photos, charcoal, pencil, prints, tissue, napkins, inks and some surprises to create something totally unique.

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Jeff Caporizzo A&M2

I give form to vision. Jeff is a mixed media artist recently moving to the area from Baltimore. Jeff works on large format canvas and paper using acrylic, jumbo sharpie, spray paint, oil pastel and collage. His current series combines letter forms with an urban graffiti style that kind of looks like a forgotten highway

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Jennifer Bishop A&M1

Jennifer Bishop is an artist who works in oil paint and mixed media. Her vibrant figurative paintings explore human vulnerabilities and the things we trust and carry to protect and sustain us.

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Jill Romanoke A&M2

Jill Romanoke works with a variety of unique and intriguing materials.  Romanoke creates visually complex and elegant drawings and prints. Created on large layered sheets of exceptionally thin, translucent paper, each layer treated with a different medium. Romanoke’s two-sided and delicate hangings are strikingly luminous. Jill Romanoke

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Jody Sachs A&M1

Jody Sachs draws on her love for nature and science, inspired by nature and beauty in the simplest forms.

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John Dennis Murphey A&M2

Hi!  I’m John Dennis Murphey.  And yes, I’ve started using my middle name, Dennis.  There are just too many other rascals out there with the same moniker.  Note too, there’s an “e” in Murphey, which hopefully will further cement my identity! Since 2000, I’ve had my own architectural practice called Meditch Murphey Architects.  So when

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Johnnie Gins A&M1

Johnnie Ginns is a former president of the Washington Guild of Goldsmiths. As a skilled silversmith and designer, all of Johnnie’s work represents her unique sense of style and creativity.

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Jonathan Jaeger A&M2

This is all the artwork from my head which is always evolving and coming up with new ideas, this is a new venture for me and I am selling the these works of art and maybe when I am gone from the earth and ancient aliens unearth these piece of art they will wonder what

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Julie Smith A&M2

I am a native of New Orleans, LA, the product of many generations that have lived and died there. My family moved to Takoma Park, MD in 1967. Coming of age in those times has always and will continue to shape my beliefs, opinions and art. I majored in art at Montgomery College in Takoma

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Katherine Janus Kahn A&M1

In the three decades that I have been maintaining a studio and making serious art, I have found myself doing many different things in many different media. But as my studios have become smaller, I find that space is a powerful informer of the things artists make.

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Kathie Perry Lynch A&M1

My glass journey began about twenty years ago when I signed up to take a fused glass class and I fell in love with the glass medium and the interplay of the glass itself with the lighting around it.

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Kathleen Litz A&M1

Kathleen Litz is a painter and mixed media artist who teaches enriching children’s classes and workshops from her studio at A&M1 Parklawn. 

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Kathy Lindert A&M1

As an oil painter, Kathy Lindert relishes every painting as a journey into the subject, embracing the joys and frustrations along the way as the image comes to life.

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Kelly Posey A&M2

I am a painter first, and a teacher second. I have taught for 17 years, while raising two children. During most of that time I was a Sunday painter. But in the past few years, as my children have grown up and become more independent, I have been able to paint on a more regular

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Kristina Penhoet A&M1

Kristina Penhoet creates abstract and expressionist sculpture using traditional and modern felt-making techniques.  Her work takes cues from living organisms, landscapes and architecture; seeking to find beauty in the strange and ugly and pursuing themes of connection, mutation and diversity. Her use of wool as a tactile, natural material is consistent with her themes and

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Leslie Kraff A&M1

Everyday life is riveting to me. I feel it is important to be aware of the daily vignettes that weave their threads throughout the fabric of our lives. They become a large part of our life stories.

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Linda Cohen (In Memoriam 2018)

Linda was a treasured member of the A&M family. Her dedication to, and love of her practice, lives on in our hearts. “I love the creative process of art which has always been a part of my life.  For many years,  I made silver jewelry with an interest in the texture and form of my

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Loren Scherbak A&M1

Making pottery talks directly to my need for tactile intimacy, communication and personal expression. In recent years I have reduced my reliance on commercially-processed materials. I built an energy-efficient wood-fueled kiln to use refuse wood in my neighborhood and local clay that I process.

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Maralyn May A&M1

I paint primarily in watercolors but also work in acrylics and other water media. I have been creating art, in one form or another, for as long as I can remember.

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Marcia Bhorjee A&M2

Picking up the strands of art interests from fifty years ago has been an adventure and a surprise. After retiring in ’07 from teaching, I thought dabbling in watercolors would be a pleasant hobby. Instead passion for art making has crept up behind me and has become a vital part of my life.  Currently, experimenting

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Marian Osher A&M2

Marian Osher had double vision until she had an eye operation at the age of four. With “new eyes” she delighted in a world of vision where she could see the single shapes of all things. And then she began to draw. “That was probably the beginning of becoming an artist. Processing and transforming what

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Mary Del Bianco A&M1

Mary Del Bianco has created art since she was a teenager. She studied art and applied design at the University of Maryland, and sculpture at the Washington Studio School.

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Meera Ghosal A&M2

Meera Ghosal was born in India and received her MFA in Studio Arts in 1969. She worked as a professional artist and educator for nine years in Calcutta. She interned with the Smithsonian for one year while teaching art in DC public schools. Meera has participated in numerous art shows in India and the U.S.,

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Melanie Grishman A&M2

Melanie Grishman is a fiber artist who uses various techniques to capture the essence of her subject. Most of the fabrics she uses have been hand dyed, printed, and/or painted.  Her extensive travels provide fabrics from other countries for her work.  Her work utilizes images from nature and from her travels. She has worked in fiber for over 50 years. The works

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Meredith Morris A&M1

Meredith Way Morris began her “art career” in Savannah, Georgia when, as a child, she won the school poster painting contest. She lives on a farm in Darnestown with her husband and a small menagerie of animals including cows, chickens, cats, dogs, and a horse.

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Millie Shott A&M2

Formerly called the Washington Water Color Club, the Washington Water Color Association is one of the oldest societies of professional artists and can trace its beginnings to the late 19th century. Washington watercolorist and teacher, Marietta W. Andrews, originated the idea for such a society. The first meeting, March 28, 1896, was attended by 15

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Natalie Falk A&M2

I strive to render images that are colorful, compelling, and distinctive. I have dabbled in many media, but at this time, work primarily in colored pencil or oils. I enjoy the freedom that oil painting affords. Colored pencil requires a more disciplined approach and enables me to render fine detail. I have studied fine art

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Neal Schlosburg A&M2

Neal Schlosburg – Juried Artist – NS Fine Art Images Artist Statement Neal Schlosburg, photo artist: The mood of an image is a shared experience between artist and viewer. I explore energy, emotion, and sensibilities with my images and their titles. My goal is to have an expressive exchange; one soul directly to another. I

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Norma Schwartz A&M1

Norma Schwartz, born in Argentina a few months before the end of World War II, was involved in social and political issues during a harsh dictatorship. She emigrated to Spain, where the hope for a new democratic era was starting to emerge, then moved to the United States where she pursued a new passion: sculpting.

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Nur Sagmanligil A&M2

I am a Jeweler and Metalsmith. Although I worked in a different field before, arts and crafts have always been an important part of my life. Over the course of my life I created objects using different media. I have worked with fiber, paper, glass and found objects. After taking classes in flower making, crafts

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Patricia de Poel Wilberg

Having traveled extensively, Patricia works in glass, mixed media, and sculpture who skillfully incorporates hand drawn elements into her work. School of Art at the Cooper Union University of Southern Maine High School of Art and Design, NY, NY

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Patricia Guzman A&M2

Patricia’s paintings have been the subject of three solo shows and numerous group exhibitions including 1st Nanning China International Watercolor Exhibition 2016, World Master Watercolor Exhibitions Thailand 2016, Shenzhen International Watercolor Biennial 2013, 2015,  World Watercolor Triennale Korea 2015, Thessaloniki International Watercolor Salon 2015, FrabrianoInAcquarello 2015, Watercolor Triennale Colombia 2015, Mexico City 1st International Watercolor Exhibit

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Patty & Jorge Hurtarte A&M2

  WHY QUOTES? SO OFTEN, WE READ OR HEAR A QUOTE THAT TRULY INSPIRES AND MOTIVATES US, BUT IN A MOMENT WE FORGET. BY KEEPING A QUOTE PRESENT IN OUR HEARTS AND IN OUR MINDS, OUR LIVES CAN TRULY TRANSFORM! hurtartestudio.com

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Paul Wolff A&M2

I sculpt in soapstone. Over the years, my work has been cast in various media including bronze, stainless steel, resin, concrete, lucite and lead glass. Currently I am focused on glass castings, finding this medium the best way to showcase my recent work. I am, however, amenable to working with a client who may desire

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Pauline Jakobsberg A&M1

The hand pulled print has been Pauline Jakobsberg’s method of expression for the past 35 years. Her works are in several private collections around the world and have been widely exhibited in the US and Europe, including two solo exhibitions in the Czech Republic.

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Peter Swift A&M2

Peter Swift is an award-winning contemporary realist artist.  his artistic philosophy is simple:  “I always paint common, everyday objects.  Using symmetry and design, I try to turn them into something new.  If the symmetry is successful, it will create a kind of dynamic stillness.  The painting will almost seem to absorb sound.” Peter is a leading

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Phyllis Gordon A&M1

With silk as her canvas, Phyllis Gordon creates hand painted, one of a kind scarves, scrolls and framed art. Working mostly from her own photographs, combining her love for color and fabric, Phyllis finds silk painting addictive and exciting.

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Richard Svec A&M1

Richard Svec worked for five decades in the Graphic Arts industry. After retirement, an affinity for fine arts, in particular the Impressionists, began to emerge. That matured into his own interest in learning how to draw and paint.

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RockShark Apparel A&M2

We are a full service boutique print shop, located at Artists & Makers Studios 2 in Rockville. We assist you through the entire design and production process. Not only will you know exactly what is going on with your order, our expert designers will make sure your vision is preserved. RockShark Apparel gives limitless possibilities

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Ronald Dubner A&M2

I am a neuroscientist at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, and have taken up painting for my present and future avocation.  I have been doing oil painting for the past three years.  I studied with Glen Kessler for two years and I am now studying at the Yellow Barn.  My work includes still-lifes, landscapes and

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Ronni Jolles A&M1

Artist Ronni Jolles creates her signature paper paintings using a unique and innovative process that she calls “Painting with Paper.”   With a network of paper sources located throughout the world, Ronni gathers paper from countries such as Thailand, France, Italy, Bhutan, China, Japan, Korea, India, Nepal, Philippines, Egypt, Zimbabwe, and Mexico. After cutting, tearing, and

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Rosana Azar A&M1

I see each painting as a doorway. Each painting is an opportunity for you to glimpse your essential self more deeply.

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Roxana Rojas Luzon A&M2

I am fascinated by the art of collage, and use snippets of magazine paper, fabric, paper painted by my children or by myself, photographs, my own pencil drawings, pigments, wires, ribbons, anything that enriches the texture and color of my pieces. I render scenes of family life trough semi-realistic and abstract images, expressing feelings and emotions.

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Sam Koushan – SamShots Photography A&M2

Voted Best of The Knot for 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. With over 20 years of experience, the team at Samshots Photo & Video are one of the premier wedding photographers in the nation.  With their artistic vision, you will be sure to enjoy your memories for a lifetime. Originally from California, Sam relocated to

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Sandy Sugar A&M2

Education M.S. Johns Hopkins University B.S. Towson State University Maryland Institute, Baltimore Md. Selected Exhibitions 2014 Mitchell Gallery, ‘Less is More’ Annapolis Md, 2014  A Salon, Takoma Park, Washington DC 2013  A Salon, Takoma Park, Washington DC 2012 DCAC, ‘Wall Mountables,’ Washington DC 2012 Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, ‘Abstract Visions,’ Silver Spring Md 2011 A

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Seena Sussman A&M2

Seena is a talented sculptor and painter whose subject matter frequently focuses on the animal kingdom. Commission a pet portrait in paint or clay, or choose from her existing animal collection.    

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Sharon Fox-Mould A&M1

Sharon Fox-Mould is a fine artist whose medium includes acrylic on canvas and photography. Sharon’s Hibiscus won second prize in UTRECHT 60th anniversary art competition in 2009. Sharon Fox-Mould is a Past President of The Jamaica Guild of Artists and a proponent of the philosophy that artists working in community will build strong technical skills, strengthen their concepts

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Sharyn Bowman A&M2

Sharyn Bowman is an award-winning photographer. She creates fine art photographs and digital paintings that elicit emotional reactions from the viewer. Sharyn’s favorite subjects are pet portraits, seascapes and landscapes along with wild horses. She also creates digital Asian brush paintings of flowers. She enjoyed a productive career as a public health researcher. Her photography is self-taught. She has shown

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Stephen Spears A&M1

I enjoy creating works with a purpose. Historical monuments, portrait commissions and works of awareness enable me to focus attention on important events and issues through a lasting medium. Denver Post Article Colorado Reporter-Herald

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Sue Fierston A&M2

I like to work in series and I’m in the midst of white-line woodcuts based on Yosemite National Park, where I’ll have my second arts residency in August 2017. In painting, it’s an endless, fascinating puzzle to capture the effects of light on a microscope or a flower. Italian Wooden Microscope, seen here, is a

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Sue Henry A&M1

My vision is to incorporate storytelling and landscapes…perhaps going back to the old bulletin boards. I like messages, but most of all I enjoy learning and seeing the amazing work that is done by artists who have dedicated years to their craft.

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Tamra Spievogel A&M1

Tamra is an artist who paints with glass creating slumped and molded forms that are sculptural and sometimes functional.  

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Tamzin Smith A&M2

I spent 23 years working as a graphic designer and illustrator, in San Francisco and the Washington, DC, area, expanding my creative services into photography about ten years ago. A love of food and cooking led first to editorial food photography, but eventually I found my passion in working with people subjects. After a few years of working as

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Terry Svat A&M1

I am artist and a printmaker in Washington DC area. I have been creating art my entire adult life. My prints hang in Argentina, Chile, Germany, Panama, Brazil and most recently in the new embassy in Sarajevo. Because I have had the opportunity to live and travel across the world, I naturally absorbed some of

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Tova Shpantzer A&M1

I thrive on the creative process of bringing an idea to life and, as a result my works, tend to have a sense of movement and continuous evolution.

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Valerie Duncan A&M2

I am a photographer who has always felt the desire to paint. My passion for painting and picture-making stems from my love of people. Compassion for others is what compels my desire to create.

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Vicky Surles A&M2

Vicky Surles is one of the 12 artists in Gallery 209, at Artists & Makers Studios 2 Vicky Surles is an award-winning realist artist, working mainly in watercolor and color pencil, focusing on portraits, still life and landscapes. She’s a member and publicity chair of the Montgomery Art Association, Gallery 209, and a juried Signature

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