Jonathan Talbot has a studio in Warwick, NY. He works in oils, watercolors, etchings, collages, and multi-dimensional collage-constructions. His artwork has been shown at The National Academy and the Museum of Modern Art in New York and in other art venues in U.S. and Europe, including exhibitions sponsored by the State Department and the Smithsonian Institution. In 2001, Jonathan was awarded the Medici Medal for Career Achievement by the Florence Biennial.
Karen Vogel is a printmaker, painter and landscape designer who lives in Darien and maintains a studio in Norwalk, CT. Her monotypes and paintings employ images from typography, architecture and organic forms in a multidisciplinary layering of techniques. Her images agitate with a sense of sound and movement, order and chaos, juxtaposing diverse shifts and uncertain references. She studied printmaking at The Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, painting and drawing at the Art Students League in NYC, and at the Corcoran College of Art. She is a Guild Member at Silvermine Art Gallery in New Canaan, CT
Toby Michaels is an award-winning full time artist. She taught art in area schools, then received a Master’s degree in Art Therapy and Counseling. She initiated an Art Therapy program in Norwalk Hospital where she practiced for 17 years, and later at Silver Hill Hospital in New Canaan. Her art is in the Westport Schools permanent art collection. In this exhibit, she pays homage to the abstract expressionists who have inspired her by embedding their names in her artworks..
Phyllis Peckar Clamage lives and works in Stratford. Her work includes collages, handmade books, journals and monoprints made on various handmade paper. She has taught papermaking and journal making at numerous schools in the northeast. Her work has been shown in Connecticut at Silvermine Guild, Art/Place Gallery, and the Aldrich Museum; and in New York at the Botanical Gardens, and the Contemporary Craft Museum.. Her works are in many private and corporate collections, including Champion International, Aetna Insurance, Credit Suisse, and I. B. M.
Robert Korn grew up in Pittsburgh where he graduated from Carnegie Mellon as a design major. After graduation, he lived in Paris for six years. He studied briefly at the Sorbonne and designed books for a prestigious French publishing house, as well as writing and illustrating a cartoon book about an American’s outlook on French life. When he then settled in NYC, he enjoyed a free lance career and created book covers for every publishing house in the city. He also designed many company logos and brochures, and has often been included in the international design annual published in Switzerland.