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Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden Founding 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, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Syria, Taiwan, USA, Wales

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Adam Grabois

Aisla​

Aki Kano

Alice Harrison​

Allan Cyprys​

Amitabh Shrivastav   

Amy R Farrell

Amy Zhang

Andrea Bonfils

Andrew Zelman

Ann Mallory

Ann Tetelman

Anna Rose Holmer

Asra Rán Björt

Ayu Arista Murti

B

Baltasar Samper 

Barbara Fish

Barbara Herzfeld

Barbara Masterson

Bärbel Thiel

Basha Ruth Nelson

Bert Rechtschaffer

Beth Barry​

Beth Haber

Bibiana Huang Matheis 黄家璧

Bobby Jacobs

Brandur Patursson

Brian Sheridan

Bridget Pavalow

Byron Keith Byrd

C

Carla Goldberg

Carla Rae Johnson

Carol Flaitz

Carol Oster​

Carol Radsprecher

Carol Schwartz

Carole Bonicelli

Carolyn Oberst

Cassandra Jennings Hall

Catherine Schmitt

Catherine Vanaria 

Cathey Billian

Cathy O'Keefe

Cathy O'Keefe Jarcho    

Ceci Cole McInturff​

Cedric van Eenoo

Charles Daviet

Chema Chino

Chia-Hui Luo  羅嘉惠

Chris Farrell

Christina Saj​

Chuck von Schmidt 

Cindy Sacks

Clara Joris

Connie Freid

Corinne Lapin-Cohen

Crystal Marshall

D

Dale Leifeste

Daniel Kabakoff

David Skora

Deborah Loeb Bohren

Diane Churchill

Donald Schwartz

Doreen Pagano Halsall

Douglas Newton

Douglass Ridgeway

Dustan Osborn

E

Eileen Hoffman

Eileen Weitzman

Elaine Forrest

Eleanor Goldstein

Eleanor Wong

Elisa Pritzker

Elizabeth Bryan-Jacobs

Elizabeth Digiorgio

Elizabeth Hasegawa Agresta​

Ellen Pliskin

Ellen W Kaplan

Erla Thórarinsdottir

Esmeralda Ortiz-Luis Lyn, Ph.D.

F

Frank Kara

Frank Matheis

Fred Levine

G

Gail Winbury

George-Ann Gowan

Gretchen Hoffmann Abene

H

Hannah Rosenstein

Harriet Forman Barrett

HEGO

Heidi Lewis Coleman​

Hilda Green Demsky

Hildreth Potts

Howard Goodman

I

Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz

Ilse Schreiber-Noll

Inka Juslin

Irene Osborn

J

Jackie Merritt

Jacqueline Sferra Rada

Jane Dell​

Janet Rutkowski

제뉴어리 조 윤 - January Yoon Cho

Jean O'Neill

Jeanette Rodriguez

Jenna Lash​

Jennifer Cadoff

Jennifer H. Pien​

Jennifer Moné Hill

Jennifer Woolcock Schwartz

Jeremy K. Bullis

Jessica Rechtschaffer

Jill Parry

Joan Blazis Levitt

Jo-Ann Brody

John Armstrong    

John Gibson

Joy Brown

Joyce Pommer

Judith Wyer

Judy Lyons Schneider    

Juliet Martin

K

Karen B Allen

Karen Fitzgerald

Karen LaFleur

Karen Starrett

Kate Thomas

Kathleen Goldberg

Kathleen Migliore Newton​

Kazaan Viveiros

Kenneth Sean Golden

Ker Berdimurat Beckley 

Khadija Zizi, PhD

Kit Callahan

Kris Lee

Kristjana Samper

Krisztina Asztalos

Kyra Hazou​

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L. Brandon Krall

Larry Dell

LaThoriel Badenhausen

Laura Cannamela

Laurie Sheridan

Lena Mösko

Leonie Castelino

Leslie Connito

Leslie Hardie

Leslie Pelino

Linda Filley

Linda Greenhouse

Linda Kuehne

Linda Stillman​

Lisa Breznak

Lisa D'Amico, PhD

Lisa Fuge

Lisa K Rosenstein

Lise Prown

Lois Sylvia Bender

Luz Castaneda​

Lynette Charters​

M

Mansheng Wang

Marcy B. Freedman

Margarita Nuller

Maria Morabito

Marieken Cochius

Marilyn Richeda

Marjie Zelman​

Marlene Siff  

Marlow Shami 

Mary McFerran

Maureen Burns-Bowie

Maya Matheis

Maya Rau Murthy

Mei Wang / 王槑

Melinda Green Tepler

Michael Abene

Michael Gellatly

Micheline Klagsbrun

Michelle Cooke

Mimi Czajka Graminski

Mireya Samper

Miriam Stern

Mitchell Lewis

Mitchell Visoky

Miyuki Kido 城戸みゆき

Moira Trachtenberg​

Monique Allain

Monroe Hodder

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Harriet Forman Barrett

Oil on Canvas, Bronze Sculpture, Sterling Silver Wearable Art

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Sterling Silver Necklace by Harriet Form
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My life work of 50 years has always been about our spirituality and the feminine. I’ve always worked to provoke conscious thought of our struggles and dualities. To find balance so that we may honor the divine within. I’ve been graced with always trying to work with faith, hope even through dark times. To find the light, the connection of who we are in our strength as spiritual warriors to empower us forward. Each of the paintings, sculptures, wearables represent all of the elements encompassing our struggles and power.

Website: hformanbarrett.com

Harriet Forman Barrett

HEGO

Painter. Musician.

photo of HEGO
Sesshin by HEGO
Disrupted by HEGO

"HEGO" is a pseudonym – derived from the first two letters of his first and last name (Heinz Goevert). A longtime drummer in the rock- and rhythm ‘n blues scene in Dortmund, Germany, he recently published a book about those years. HEGO’s works express primordial feelings controlled by reason. His materials vocabulary is just as eclectic, often incorporating sand, marble dust, twine, denim and copper into his paintings. He’s been publicly juried into the top 10 twelve times in the “Saatchi Showdown" Gallery, which receives over 40 million hits per day. HEGO's works were shown in exhibitions in New York, Cape Town, Stockholm, Luxembourg, Malta, Orewa (NZ), and in Cologne, Hagen and Witten, Germany. HEGO has works in private collections all over the world.

Website: hegoart.wordpress.com

HEGO

Heidi Lewis Coleman

Mixed Media, including Acrylic, Pastel, Kozo Tissue, Cut Plywood, Cut Steel

Heidi Lewis Coleman with Triptych.2.Square.
Magnolia by Heidi Lewis Coleman
Cair Paravel by Heidi Lewis Coleman

Heidi Lewis Coleman is an abstract artist whose Dreamscape Series reflects an exploration of imaginary landscapes inspired by the ancient lands of mythology and cultural lore, whether historical, fictional or fantastical. The artist creates her mixed media pieces using thin washes of acrylic paint and pastels, building up layer after layer of artwork that embodies an atmospheric, ephemeral quality.

Website: heidilewiscoleman.com

Heidi Lewis Coleman

Hilda Green Demsky

Oil Paint

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Fresh Water Stone Garden an oil painting by Hilda Green Demsky
It Speaks in Silence an oil painting by Hilda Green Demsky

The inspiration for my paintings comes from places I’ve been and thoughts I have about nature. I feel energized when I see water. I grew up on the banks of the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. The constantly changing movement of water, reflections and color inspire me.

I enjoy working in a variety of materials, but my preference has always been oil paint. I love its fluidity and depth of color. My water paintings are metaphors for life flowing unceasingly, running its course, urging us to take the time to enjoy the beauty surrounding us.

Website: Hildademsky.com

Hilda Green Demsky
Howard Goodman

Howard Goodman

Photography

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Fork Galicia by Howard Goodman

For hundreds, if not thousands of years it has been said that all art is a reflection of a society or culture. Because there is more than enough bad news and misery in our world, the great challenge of the artist is to not simply join in and say "look how horrible this is", but to see and express beauty that uplifts the spirit in the face of adversity.  It is the artist's job to portray what is wondrous and inspiring about the human experience. The common thread in my photography is how an everyday object can reveal our humanity.

Website: howardgoodmanphotographer.com

Blackened Paper

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Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz

Acrylic Painting

photo of Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz
flower of hope by Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz
Meditation in Blue by Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz

I am an artist citizen of the world , Born in Syria , living in Michigan USA , Graduate of Eastern Michigan University B.F.A had 13 solo art exhibits , participated in 103 group exhibits , received awards in art, my art work on display in Arab American Museum in Dearborn, Mi , also in New Art museum in Armada Mi, also in Cell amnesty international museum H.R.F. in Denmark.

I believe in humanity , love and help each others to live  in peace and harmony . we are all the children of Adam & eve , we are all one big family  Human race . embrace each others for a greater future in peace and harmony.

Website: artistilham.com 

Instagram: ilhammahfouz

Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz
Ilse Schreiber-Noll

Ilse Schreiber-Noll

Mixed Media: Woodcuts, Artist's Books, Paintings and Installations

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So sind wir in die Welt gefallen by Ilse Schreiber-Noll
Ilse Schreiber-Noll's Sunflower Road

In recent years the artist returned to painting, installations, and making unique Artist’s Books. She creates densely painted surfaces with the addition of collage elements: wire, wood, photos, and books that give a strong sense of physical presence. Much of her work depicts the terrors of war and the threat of ecological disaster. While her work is less concerned with beauty than with ideas, it transmits an undeniable sense of poetry and lyricism.

Website: ilseschreibernoll.com

In Other Words essay: The Vulnerable Empathy of Ilse Schreiber Noll 

Inka Juslin, PhD

Acrylic Painting and Photography

photo of Inka Juslin
Tropical forest by Inka Juslin
Baltic Sea by Inka Juslin

Inka Juslin is a Finnish artist and PhD living in New York City. Her focus is in painting and photography, while her background is in multidisciplinary arts. Inspirations behind her work are philosophy and nature. Juslin has created works in collaboration with other artists, using live performance, video, photography, architecture, and installation to create visual storytelling. She has exhibited in group and solo shows.

Website: inkajuslin.com

Inka Juslin

Irene Osborn

Clay

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Family Seperation back view by Irene Osborn
Family Seperation front view by Irene Osborn
Addiction by Irene Osborn

My sculptures deal with insights into the human condition. My pieces reflect attitudes, states of mind, and flashes of insight. They are influenced by my growing up in post war Germany and coming of age during the second wave of feminism during the 60‘s and 70‘s. While my sculptures reflect this background, they do not need the feminist lens to be understood. They are figurative without being overly realistic. My goal is to capture universal emotions, thoughts, and feelings in my clay.

Website: IreneOsbornsculpture.com 

Irene Osborn
Cracked Concrete Wall

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Jackie Merritt

Color Pastel on Paper, Oil on Canvas

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Self Portrait by Jackie Merritt
One Degree of Separation by Jackie Merritt

As an Artist and Musician/Songwriter, I am by nature a storyteller. It doesn’t matter if my story is told on canvas or in song. Whether it’s intentional or not, ideas overlap and influence each other during the process of creating.

I’m a painter. I prefer working with color pastel on paper and or oil on canvas. I love the intimacy of the chalk in my hands, the quickness of application when applying oil, the vividness of color and the enjoyment of working and reworking the painted surfaces…I embrace the journey.

Websites: jackieamerritt.comfineartamerica.comacousticbluesmsg.com

In Other Words essay: The Multiple Muses of Jackie Merritt

Jackie Merritt

Jacqueline Sferra Rada

Acrylic Glaze/Gessoed Paper, Pastel/Paper, Monoprint Collage

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While grounded in reality, my work draws on the aesthetic traditions of minimalism, realism and remembrance art.  Rather than presenting a factual reality, an illusion is fabricated to evoke realms of the imagination.  I seek to establish a link between reality and imagination based on my interior response to a subject.  A place where fiction and reality balance.  Time and memory play a key role.  In my exploration of landscape I strive to amplify the astonishment of the viewer by creating compositions or settings that generate tranquil, poetic images which convey traces of recognition and alienation.

Website: nyartistscircle.com

Instagram: jacqueline_rada

Jacqueline Sferra Rada

Jane Dell

Acrylic, Watercolor Inks and Collage on Canvas and Mylar

Photo of Jane Dell in her studio 2019
diptych by Jane Dell

Jane Dell is a native New Yorker, Brooklyn born artist that is currently living and working in Easton, Pennsylvania. Her love of art and painting started in grade school and has been a continuous thread and drive throughout her artistic career. Dell’s vivid imagination and an attraction to all types of painting and mixed media mediums have encompassed a number of themes from environmental, animal fantasies, hybrids and the effects of lunar phases on the earth. The love of painting and creating worlds of fantasy are her main focus.

Websites: janedell.comnyartistscircle   

Instagram: janedell

Jane Dell

Janet Rutkowski

Steel, Stainless Steel, Mixed Media, Drawings

Janet Rutkowski Bio photo
Citadel Reflection Installation Solo Show Nov
Catalyst by Janet Rutkowski

Great art, whether it be visual, sculptural, functional or audio, has a presence, a spirit which it truly felt. I seek to incorporate that presence, that spirit into every piece I create. Art is an unfounded religion whose inspiration comes from a divine source. the power is within each of us, and we should use it in everything we do, in all walks of life. It is the power of transformation. Transformation of the mundane into the divine.


I am a Brooklyn-based artist working in metal whose work includes abstract sculpture, architectural ironwork, and functional art for over 30 years.

Website: janetrutkowski.com

Instagram: steelyjan38_bfdstudios

Twitter: JanKanDo

Linkedin: janet-rutkowski-578b8a13

Janet Rutkowski

제뉴어리 조 윤 - January Yoon Cho

Photography, Video, Drawing and Performance

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January Yoon Cho - Fungi Field from the
January Yoon Cho - Once Upon a Time Eggs

Cho’s work examines the relationships with our environments. She exhibited at Hammond Museum; Islip Art Museum; Austin Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee; Korean Consulate General NY; The Croton Free Public Library; Dallas Center for Contemporary Art; Centro de Cultura Contemporania, Barcelona; and Imago Mundi, a Collateral Event of the 55th Venice Beinnale, Italy. Cho was a visiting artist at Ringling College and received Barbara Deming Memorial Funds and Puffin Grant. Collections of her work includes Luciano Benetton Foundation, Italy. She has a BFA from RISD and a MFA from Parsons. She was born in Seoul, Korea.

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