Stephanie’s art exudes creativity and innovation at its finest while delivering a powerful voice for change. – Emily Burnett, CEO of MetaBurnett Perpetually fluctuating between pop culture and protest art, Stephanie Dillon’s works are like an ongoing novel brought together by a bricolage of ex

I see beauty in loneliness, I see beauty in darkness. – Jon Linton Jon Linton’s iconic landscapes and portraits find beauty in the most displaced of people and intractable places. Whether a photograph of an abandoned village, grief-stricken- face, daunting mountain top, a sole prickly cactus, so

It may not surprise you to learn, after seeing his work, that Raúl Cordero grew up in Cuba. After all, Cuba is fertile ground for passionate souls, a storied Caribbean island where the irrepressible spirit of its people defines a culture steeped in riches of the heart. There, life is literally pave

By way of history, Joelino Miller describes his early introduction to creativity as that of a dancing enthusiast and later on as a self-taught musician. While a graduate student in clinical psychology, Joelino was introduced to the theory and practice of clinical procedures, but not the artistry of

This new exhibition in downtown White Plains foregrounds a more inclusive recounting of the past and present. Supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, participating artists explore how images and language (together and independently) shape our collective memory and mainstream narrat

I met Mike Boland by chance while I was attending a short film festival at a Norwalk, Connecticut theater I didn’t even know existed. The venue itself was a historic treasure, a turn-back-time movie house that stirred nostalgic memories of days long past, when dashing, mustached leading men won ba Music is the universal language” that crosses cultural and societal boundaries. The frequencies and vibrations it gives off not only unify us as a people but celebrate our humanity – our life – our core existence. Did you know that sound can be an elixir o

Photography by Jeff Remas Dillon’s artistry takes an uncharted route in the juxtaposition of her commentary, depicting the degradation of social unrest and environmental inhumanities. Between the brushstrokes of her canvas and penned disciplines, a contemplative ambiguity engages the viewer with a



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