LISA TYSON ENNIS
Lisa Tyson Ennis lives in the eastern most town in the US - the remote, rocky, “Bold coast” town of Lubec, Maine. She works solely with historical photographic processes, including the beautiful 19th century processes of tintype and wet plate collodion. Lisa has directed her large and medium format cameras towards subjects that depict the passage of time and is always searching for that fleeting unison of light and landscape that is both representational and symbolic. Each image is hand printed by her in her traditional wet darkroom. Tyson Ennis’s work is in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Tides Institute, the Delaware Art Museum, and the Portland Museum of Art, and has been included in more than 75 solo and group exhibitions.
Adam Woodworth is a landscape photographer originally from Kittery, Maine, and he now resides in Lubec. He has had a love of photography for almost 20 years, and since 2008 he has focused on landscape photography. His goal as a photographer is to create compelling images using high quality tools and techniques.
Adam regularly works with Nikon on reviewing cameras and lenses, and has spoken at their booth at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City and the CES expo in Las Vegas. His images have been published in a number of magazines including Outdoor Photographer and Down East.
Carol Santora is a multi-disciplinary artist, best known for her contemporary expressionist and soulful equine and animal paintings.
Her art combines abstract and realistic elements. She filters out superfluous details and portray animals in their clear essence – their spirits and souls, their energy, movement and physical presence.
She has captured the attention of international collectors, both private and corporate, and among her many awards and achievements, Santora has earned associate status in the Society of Animal Artists, and signature status in the Pastel Society of America. Her work has been shown in museums and galleries across the U.S. and in Europe. She maintains a working studio in Lyman, ME, on a 7-acre farm with their three quarter horse mares, Ruby, Mimi & Trixie, and their two dogs Biscuit & Peaches.
GREG B GORDON
Greg Gordon is a professional mariner and a willing prisoner of the sea. Although his photographic work primarily focuses on Downeast and the Canadian maritimes you will find scattered images from his travels at sea. He says there are so many amazing places to see in this world but every time he comes home he is reminded you don't have to travel the world to find opportunities to capture amazing images . We have more then our share in North America and right in our own neighborhood.
Greg uses Nikon systems exclusively
Vittoria Chierici is a renown, international painter and filmmaker, from Bologna, Italy.
Paintings and video installations by Vittoria Chierici have been shown in galleries and museums including: Kunstmoderner Museum, Wien; Massimo Minini Gallery, Brescia; PAC, Contemporary Art Museum, Milano; Riverside Studios, London; Buades Gallery, Madrid; Museo Civico, Siena; Trevi Flash Art Museum; Italian Cultural Institute, New York; Esso Gallery, New York; Baryshnikov Art Center, New York; The Times Center, New York; The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, le Torri dell'Acqua, Budrio, Bologna; Centro Studi Dante Bighi, Copparo, Ferrara, Italy, Marianne Boesky, New York.
Since 2009, Chierici’s work is documented at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, in Washington DC.
Jim Riccio is a graduate of Roger Williams University in Rhode Island and has studied at Parsons School of Design in New York.
In search of additional creative expression, he began painting in watercolor under the direction of renowned watercolor artist Mim Mills. Jims work reflects his affinity for nature and capturing its subtle beauty. His use of light creates a mood and a sense of place. Jims watercolors are frequently described as calming, and very peaceful. Each piece conveying a pleasant quietness that draws the viewer in.
Jim is a member of the Lyme Art Association, Lyme, Connecticut and a member of the Mystic Art Association in Mystic, Connecticut.
Sheryl Denbo uses intense, fluid, vibrant colors to develop mixed media, sculptural paintings that extend the boundaries of the canvas. Sculptural canvases are developed through a complex process that builds the surface until it transcends its original structure. Using traditional fabrics from around the world, she introduces metallic color, gold, silver and copper paint, paper and leaf.
Her use of classic materials while employing abstract expressionist style closes the divide between old and new, giving the canvas a dramatic and timeless appearance.
Sheryl's work is in private collections in New York, Maryland, Virginia, District of Columbia, Maine, California, Seattle, and Toronto.
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