Photographer Lynn Savarese beautifully captures this depth of expression in her fine art.
How do you keep your humanity in circumstances that are inhumane? For Hope Sandrow the answer is art, and specifically art as a catalyst for change.
For Jeremy Dennis, art has become his form of expression and giving voice to his tribe, past, present and future.
Jody Cukier turns to art to express both what has broken and has the power to endure.
If there is one word to describe the paintings of Darius Yektai it would be “alive.”
would find yourself immersed in the art of Gabriele Raacke. 
Sometimes, second acts in life are the most exciting.
Painter and collage artist Cabell Molina takes the traditional patriarchal notion of a woman’s place and turns it on its head, or in the case of her images, on a woman’s head.
You can almost hear the whispers of ghosts of abstract expressionists past when you visit the Springs waterfront home and studio of artist Kevin Bishop.
For artist Rachel Wilkins whose “Shoulders of Giants” was recently exhibited at the Chase Edwards Gallery in Bridgehampton to celebrate Pride month, waiting for a gate keeper to grant her entry to an art career was not an option.