Bria is painter from Bethlehem, PA and a History of Art and Design major at Pratt Institute. Her work ranges a variety of two-dimensional mediums and she strives to capture a variety of small happenings in life.
Elena Eshleman uses photography and collected ephemera to explore themes of femininity, sexuality, and love and heartbreak. Her work combines aspects of traditional analog photography and modern technologies to create work best described as “intimate surrealism”.
Nikki Schiro is a native New York artist and Hunter College MFA Alumni. Schiro exhibits regularly in museums, galleries and alternative spaces across the globe, most notably in the United States and China.
Samuel is a social documentary photographer living in Brooklyn and working primarily in the depressive realist mode. His work has been seen at BAM, MoMA PS1 Print Shop, and the Living Gallery, and is in the permanent collection of the Center for Art in Wood in Philadelphia, PA.
Kasey Adams is a photographer originally from North Carolina, currently based in Brooklyn. She draws inspiration from her family and southern home, the land she grew up on as a child, and her summers spent in Sweden. Her work experiments with the culture and relationships between people and their environment.
Vern was born in Baltimore in 1941, graduated from Pratt Institute Art School with a BFA in 1963. He established his career in New York City as a designer consulting with the following major firms: Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, Sandgren & Murtha Inc., Anspach Grossman Portugal and Enterprise IG from 1969 to 2001. He created the Fidelity Investments, Citibank and Star Market brands along the way. Vern is also currently a Production Associate at Historic Hudson Valley in Croton-On-Hudson and the head designer for the Great Jack ‘O’ Lantern Blaze event. Vern lives with his wife of 47.
Jaleeca Yancy is a multi-disciplinary artist passionate about developing aesthetically pleasing art that explores themes such as life, African Diaspora, and nature. Born in Tennessee, Yancy currently lives and works in New York City. She is available for collaborations, commissions, and freelance projects.