Puerto Rico on Canvas
Steve Hernandez was born in Bronx, New York and at an early age moved to Puerto Rico where his passion for painting developed.
Steve has studied art at The San Juan Art League in Puerto Rico and Hunter College in New York City, but for the most part he is a self-taught artist.
After relocating to New York, his works are mostly inspired by his upbringing in Puerto Rico, where there were abundant sources of inspirations for his paintings.
In this exhibition you will see the use of different mediums, such as oils, acrylics and pastels.
Paintings by Lisa D'Amico, Ceramics by Colleen Vanderhoef
Art Reception: Sunday, February 2, 1:00-3:00pm
Lisa D'Amico’s art primarily focuses on translating and provoking human emotions. She strives to reproduce the varied facets of feelings through her deep fascination with color, shape and composition and the struggles that occur between them.
“Every new painting is a deep breath. A new beginning to tell a story using color and creativity."
Colleen Vanderhoef is a local Rockland Artist with an M.A. in Art Museum Administration/Education from NYU and has been an art teacher for over 25 years. Currently Vanderhoef is a Public School Studio Art Teacher, Clay Instructor at Rockland Center for the Arts, and Board Member of Arts Council of Rockland.
Vanderhoef’s ‘The Sunshine Gallery, NY’, started 2015, and is currently located with Nebula Crafts at Studio N at Garner Arts Center.
Paintings by Peter Cheney
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