Current Residence - New Jersey
Catherine Falco is a visual artist born and raised in New York. She obtained her BFA in studio art at Adelphi University in 2021, where she developed a passion for painting, sculpting and mixed media. In her work, she explores personal experiences and themes surrounding relationships, memories, and how they linger in day to day life. Falco has been featured in several group exhibitions, publications and private collections. She currently lives and works in New Jersey.
Katelyn Bensen-Crawford received a BFA in Studio Art and a minor in Art History from Adelphi University in Garden City, NY. She is an abstract painter exploring the interaction of color, line, shape and value. Her paintings are a metaphor about the different stages of life, and the power one has to define and redefine it [for] themselves.
Bensen-Crawford has exhibited in group shows at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY and The Manes Art and Education Center in Roslyn, NY. She holds the ESKFF Foundation Residency Award and Conger Goodyear Art History Award from Adelphi University. She has given multiple artist lectures highlighting her artwork. Bensen-Crawford has published works in David Hornung’s, Color Third Edition: A workshop for artists and designers.
Bensen-Crawford currently lives and works in NY.
Born and raised in Turin, Italy, Dalila Pasotti is a sculptor and painter, with a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Turin. She moved to New York to follow her passion for the arts. She chose sculpture as her main medium, initially worked as a jeweler, then perfected her formation in sculpture at the National Academy School of Fine Arts in New York, along with working with renowned sculptors. She possesses a passion for the unknown and nature, the incomprehensible, uncanny universe, astrophysics and any form of art that amplifies these elements, making it into the core of her work and manifesto. She continues to study physics and astrophysics, attending lectures and being invited by researchers and professors in prestigious research institutions such as CERN in Geneva and at IAS Institute of Advanced Studies in Princeton. She currently lives and works in New York.
Natalia Belaya is an artist in whose works the sensuality of human nature and natural creations are intertwined.
She was born and raised in the city of Vladivostok, Russia. Now she lives in Moscow. Natalia is an artist, architect and designer of her own brand of clothing made from organic fabrics.
The School of Art and the Higher Architectural Education distinguish her paintings with meticulous construction and realism, and the plot, language and meaning of the Natalia’s Art determines the incredible life experience of her.
Each of Natalia's elaborate paintings conveys the feeling of being immersed in her own “inner psychic landscape”.
The works are imbued with a mysterious story and connection with nature.
Brian Gustafson is an artist living and working in NY metro area. He enjoys the activity of making objects and fabricates works that he refers to as devices that heighten human awareness and sensitize viewers to the experience of empathy. He often utilizes simple natural phenomena such as wind, water, and light. His work consists of interactive and kinetic devices, sculpture, and installation, and his fondness of glass and metal is found throughout his work.
Brian Gustafson received his MFA from Illinois State University and his BFA from Tulane University. He has exhibited nationally and received numerous awards, including the New Jersey Council of the Arts Fellowship. He is currently Associate Professor of Sculpture at New Jersey City University.
Artist Suzan Globus credits her formative years spent living in Japan as the strongest influence on her work. The Eastern approach to balance, symmetry, and simplicity are reflected in her work as well as the philosophy of leaving no human footprint in any environment. Her work employs a non-objective approach using color and unconventional surfaces including tree bark, unprimed supports and found objects. Her artistic expression is focused on the fraying relationship between humankind and the natural environment and equality between the sexes.
Globus holds a post-baccalaureate in Fine Arts from Kean University and pursued additional studies at the Arts Students League and the National Academy Museum and School in New York.
Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in New Jersey and New York in juried and solo shows and hangs in private collections across the country.