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Hammond Artist Members Directory

Listed alphabetically by first name

Countries Represented: Argentina, Australia, Barbados, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, India, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Syria, Taiwan, USA, Wales




Painting, Acrylic, Resin, Wire on Wood Panel, Canvas, Murals


Born in London, Aisla's artwork has been featured at National Trust Sites in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, Paris, London, Boston, San Francisco and New York City. Aisla was raised in the American Southwest, in a city with the natural border of the Rio Grande which has a varied and rich cultural history. Aisla has participated in individual and community mural projects throughout the United States. Her music, art and jewelry creations have been featured at the DeYoung, SF MOMA, and SOMArts Galleries, as well as public and private collections throughout the United States and Europe. Aisla's artistic creations illustrate the alchemy of science, engineering, nature, culture, language, music, literature and the expressive arts.



Alice Harrison

Mixed Media


Working in layers, technically, intellectually and spiritually I create images and sensations of movement, color, harmony and joy. Much of my work is inspired by the various materials I have collected, as well as by traditional materials in my studio.

My work encompasses a variety of mediums – oil, acrylic, water, prints, found papers and objects, image transfer and encaustic. In each artwork there may be one medium, two or many media combined in one piece. Inspiration comes from the inside – based on my personal distillation of the external world.


Instagram: alice_blum_harrison

Alice Harrison

Allan Cyprys

Collage, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture

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The Asian culture has always fascinated me. My philosophy of “less is more”, has guided me in the kind of artwork that I create. In 2009, I received a NYS Council on the Arts grant from ArtsWestchester for my project, “Westchester’s Fantasy Landscape in the Year 2059”. The subject was my concerns of maintaining a balance between conservation and development that will sustain the county into the future.

I’m also intrigued with buildings that are created by combining traditional materials (metal, glass, stone, brick, etc.) with the new, (plants, recycled materials and lighting.) Wanting to capture some of these unique visual properties I began to alter and intensify the image’s color while using Photoshop. This enables me to use a more intense color palette. I work in an intuitive way. One step leads to another until the whole image comes into focus. I find the process magical.


Allan Cyprys

Amy R Farrell

Printmaking / Mixed Media

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My Art making is inspired by the breathtaking beauty of the natural world. The vistas, flora and fauna are frequent subjects of my prints and paintings. The challenge, complexity and hands on involvement of the creative process bring me comfort and joy. It is the deep respect I feel for our fragile environment that I wish to share and encourage in others.



Asra Rán Björt

Poet, Writer & Graphic Designer


Asra grew up in Iceland. She moved to Tokyo to study Japanese Literature and Art History where she currently works as a graphic designer with a Japanese company. Her independent work is writing, through which she aspires to explore and reevaluate human behavior, and the various vast surroundings around us.

Instagram: asraran

Asra Rán Björt