Natalie Birinyi

Natalie Birinyi

Natalie Birinyi is a Brooklyn based artist. She received a BA from Columbia University and an MFA from Hunter College. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including in Spain, Austria, Serbia, Argentina, and China. Her work examines the porous boundaries between man, nature, and technology and projects a future in which the divisions erode.

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Rebecca Sutton

Rebecca Sutton

Rebecca Sutton grew up in Portland, Oregon and relocated to Brooklyn in 2011. She makes large-scale, mostly black and white watercolors depicting women in an environment of their own creation where they are free to act on their animalistic impulses without consequence. Her work incorporates vernacular objects taken out of context in order to highlight their strangeness and their interaction with the corporeal. She has shown at the Governors Island Art Fair, Arc Gallery, with the Beaver Exhibition and has curated at Peninsula Art Space. 

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Stephanie Martin

Stephanie Martin

I am an artist mainly working in the medium of ceramics, creating biomorphic worlds, which evoke the sense of living. I create biomorphic expressionistic forms using low fire stoneware. The forms represent new worlds that range from a cellular level to a macroscopic planetary scale. The fabricated ecosystems are a representation of my perceptions and experiences of life familiar to Earth and yet an entirely new place. As an abstract reflection of biological forms within alternating scales, my work focuses on dualities present in life and utilizes comparisons of attraction and repulsion.

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Lesley Wamsley

Born in West Virginia, Lesley Wamsley (b. 1982) is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. Her paintings focus on observing subtle relationship within the landscape. She holds a M.F.A. (2012) from the State University of New York at New Paltz, New Paltz, NY and a B.A. (2004) from Miami University, Oxford, OH. Recent shows include Women’s Work, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY; Optimism, 20/20 Gallery, New York, NY; and Watch It Burn, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Awarded residencies include The Constance Saltonstall Foundation, Ithaca, NY and Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY. Her work is held by The Museum of Modern Art Artists’ Books Collection, New York, NY. She is an adjunct professor of Drawing and Visual Thinking at Fordham University, New York, NY.

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