Sally Apfelbaum–Sally Apfelbaum is a photographer whose work is shown and represented in collections internationally. She has received several French Cultural Services Grants; the Giverny Grant, a Percent for Art Commission from the General Services Administration, Wash., D.C., and Arts in Transit commissions from the Metropolitan Transit Authority, NYC and Metro, St. Louis, MO. She lives and works in Bennington, Vermont and New York City.


Tim Daly- is a New Jersey based painter and printmaker and a four-time recipient of fellowship grants for graph- ics and painting from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. Daly's work is represented in the collections of Coopers and Lybrand, Malcolm Forbes, Prudential Insurance Co., and Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. In 2002, he was commissioned by NJ Transit to create thirty- two mural paintings for the Secaucus Transfer Station in Secaucus, NJ.


Alisa Dworsky- is a multiple media artist who has in- stalled her work throughout the Northeast. Ms Dworsky got her BA at Stanford University and a Masters at Yale University School of Architecture. Her most recent exhibitions include sculptural installations at the Bennington Art Museum, in 2010, and the Fleming Museum at the University of Vermont, in 2007. Ms Dworsky lives and works in Montpelier, Vermont.


Bill Doherty– has been active as a painter, performance artist and as a curator in the New York metropolitan area since the early 1970s. Between 2007 and 2009 as part of the curatorial team KOOH he has presented the exhibiton Kuf-Mold in Istanbul,. Turkey, Ghent, Belgium and Rotterdam in the Netherlands.


Ken Ikeda– is a sound artist originally from Japan ,now residing in New York City. From 2000 to 2010, he has released four CD collections of his compositions, the most recent being “Kosame” on the Spekk label ,Tokyo. He has worked in the past in collaboration with the artist Mariko Mori, the director David Lynch and the photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto


Justine Kurland- studied at Yale University and has work in many collections including the Guggenheim Museum of Art and the Whiney Museum in NY. In 2011 she will have a solo exhibition at Galerie Frank Elbaz,, Paris. She is repre- sented by the Mitchell-Innes and Nash Gallery in NY.


Nathaniel Lieb- Lives and works in Brooklyn. A gradu- ate from Syracuse University, he also attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture,Maine. He received his MFA from Brooklyn College where he studied with Vito Acconci.. Recent exhibitions have included the 2010 Governors Island Art Fair and ICA in Philadelphia. He is currently preparing a project for Andre Zittel’s High Desert Test Sites in Joshua Tree, California for the spring and fall of 2011. Mr. Lieb currently teaches art in the CUNY and SUNY college system.


Mary McDonnell- is a painter whose work is represented in many collections here and abroad, including the Sally and Werner Kramarsky collection. In 2007 she received the Milton and Sally Avery Foundation Fellowship for residency at the MacDowell colony in New Hampshire .  In fall 2011 she will have a solo show with the James Graham Gallery, New York, which represents her work.  Ms. McDonnell maintains studios in upstate New York  and in Brooklyn, NY .


Rebecca Purdum- is a painter whose work is represented in the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell Uni- versity, the List Visual Arts Center at MIT, and many other public and private collections. She has been awarded the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant and the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Award. Since 1985, the Jack Tilton Gallery, NY has represented her work. She lives and works in Ripton, Vermont.


Kiki Smith– is a sculptor, printmaker, and installation artist whose work is represented in numerous private and public collections nationally and internationally including The Museum of Modern Art NY, the Whitney Museum in NY, and the Tate Gallery, in London. In 2005 she was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, NY. She is represented by The Pace Gallery NY.


Frederik Strid- has studied fine arts at the Malmo Art Academy in Sweden and interdisciplinary studies at UCLA, Los Angeles. From 2002-to 2009 he has had multiple solo exhibitions of his work in Sweden and Norway. He has also been a curator/member of Signal Gallery in Malmo, Sweden from 2005 to 2008.

Scott Walden- is originally from Toronto, Canada, and divides his time between New York and Newfoundland. His training in the philosophy of mind and language informs his photography, which examines the potential for discursive and pictorial forms of representation to deal with memory and place. He is currently Visiting Scholar in the Department of Philosophy at New York University, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Nassau Community College.


Tenesh Webber- works in black and white abstract photography. Her work is represented in many collections including the The Brooklyn Museum of Art and Barclays Bank. She is the recipient of an Art Matters grant and a Canada Council Travel Grant. She has been showing her work internationally since 1995.


James Welling- is an artist, originally from Connecticut, whose work is represented in multiple private and public collections including the Städel Museum, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art - LACMA, Los Angeles, CA, and the Fotomuseum Winterthur, Winterthur, Switzerland. He currently teaches in the Art depart- ment at UCLA ,Los Angeles, and is represented by David Zwirner Gallery,NY.


Aaron Williams- earned his BFA at the Maine College of Art in and his MFA at the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ. He had a one-person show of his work at Max Protech Gallery, NY, in 2008, and in that same year received the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant.