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James Martocci paints abstracted landscapes inspired by his hiking and travel experiences. Often inspired by New York’s waterways, his compositions attempt to capture a snapshot of water in motion. He achieves his style by using a broad pallet of wet acrylic paint on a variety...

Matthew Burcaw has lived in the Bronx for the past 20 years and in that time he has become part of the Bronx arts community. He is an arts educator in numerous schools and institutions and is currently working at two Senior Centers teaching ceramics,...

Bronx born Trevon Blondet is a visual storyteller who has worked on long term projects in the Bronx, Puerto Rico, Spain, and Switzerland. In 2013, he began photographing his neighborhood, noticing its changing face. He joined other Bronx photographers in documenting Jerome Avenue as it...

Carlos Wilfredo Encarnación is a visual artist and educator born and raised in Puerto Rico. Encarnación received a BA in Social Sciences/Forensic Psychology from the Universidad de Puerto Rico, a BA in Painting from CUNY-Herbert H. Lehman College, and a MFA from CUNY-The City College...

Dennis RedMoon Darkeem is an artist, educator, and community and cultural practitioner. As a mixed media and multidimensional artist, he makes experiential works that engage, enlighten and educate. Using installation, photography, sculpture, drawing, painting, sound and performance, Darkeem layers old and new experiences to form...

Zeehan Wazed is a painter, sculptor, choreographer, new media artist, and well known muralist in NYC whose work is informed by his knowledge and curiosity surrounding psychological and physical existence. He integrates his passions for dance and painting into new media explorations. ...

Ghanaian-born artist Tijay Mohammed creates artwork to address issues that confront his community and humanity. Focusing on ‘excess’ in both the production and consumption of countless products, Mohammed uses commonly found objects (fabric scraps, metro cards, jewelry, cardboard, paper, photographs, stories, etc.) to create multimedia...

Xenobia Bailey is a fiber artist and cultural activist who, through crochet and needlework, transforms trauma into a productive creative energy of Black Joy, and alchemizes history and disinvestment into representations of presence and future for the African-American community. She is influenced by the thrift...

New York-based artist Priscila De Carvalho is a multimedia artist working with public art, painting, sculpture, and site-specific installations. In her works, De Carvalho incorporates urban environments with socioeconomic and political content. Priscila De Carvalho has been awarded the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Fellowship Award (2008), the...

Naomi Lawrence is a NYC Fiber Artist based in East Harlem. She works with acrylic yarn to create oversized 2-Dimensional crochet flowers, trees, and wildlife. The site-specific installations are sewn onto chain-link fences in parks and public spaces. Originally from England, UK she studied Floral Design...