Hammond Museum and Japanese Stroll Garden 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


Hannah Rosenstein

Harriet Forman Barrett


Heidi Lewis Coleman​

Hilda Green Demsky

Hildreth Potts

Howard Goodman


Ilham Badreddine Mahfouz

Ilse Schreiber-Noll

Inka Juslin

Irene Osborn


Jackie Merritt

Jane Dell​

제뉴어리 조 윤 - January Yoon Cho

Jean O'Neill

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

Judith Wyer

Judy Lyons Schneider

Juliet Martin


Karen B Allen

Karen Fitzgerald

Karen LaFleur

Karen Starrett

Kate Thomas

Katherine Forrestal 

Kathleen Migliore Newton​

Kazaan Viveiros

Kenneth Sean Golden

Ker Berdimurat Beckley 

Khadija Zizi, PhD

Kristjana Samper

Krisztina Asztalos

Kyra Hazou​


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​


Marcy B. Freedman

Margarita Nuller

Marieken Cochius

Marilyn Richeda

Marjie Zelman​

Marlene Siff  

Marlow Shami 

Mary McFerran

Maya Matheis

Maya Rau Murthy

Mei Wang / 王槑

Melinda Green Tepler

Michael Abene

Michael Gellatly

Michelle Cooke

Mimi Czajka Graminski

Mireya Samper

Mitchell Lewis

Mitchell Visoky

Miyuki Kido 城戸みゆき

Moira Trachtenberg​

Monique Allain

Monroe Hodder

Grunge Turqoise Wall



Tanya Kukucka

Mixed Media Sculpture, Painting, Ceramics

Tanya Kukucka draws on deep worlds of the unconscious and the fantastic. She dwells within a place of fears and dreams, nightmares and touches of reality. Her work reflects upon Death and Rebirth, as she incorporates both feelings of sadness and grace.

Symbolism is important, from butterflies representing the Soul to ancient texts depicting Shamanistic stories.
Her work is cathartic, as she believes that she is purging her soul as she creates, which becomes a cleansing and healing process.

Instagram: troutybean


Terri Tibbatts

Book Artist, Photographer, Printmaker and Calligrapher

Terri Tibbatts is a book artist, photographer, printmaker and calligrapher. She is a student of Japanese brushwork and book arts, and has exhibited her work exclusively and in private and university collections across the U.S.  Her commercial work includes Shoji Shades, a specialty design business producing custom window shades made from Japanese papers. Her calligraphy and artist’s books are featured in the book collections of a number of American colleges and universities.

Website: territibbatts.com

Theresa DeSalvio

Painting, Video

The Wooded Path an oil painting by Theresa DeSalvio
Close to Home an oil painting by Theresa DeSalvio

Theresa DeSalvio is a visual artist whose images are rooted in everyday life, memory and the natural world. She has extended her work to include narrative videos using her paintings, photography, music and narration. Her film Visit to Thailand – Land of Smiles won numerous awards at the Tagore International Film Festival including best travel film.

In 2019, DeSalvio relocated to the Hudson Valley, NY. She holds a MFA from CUNY Hunter College (1982) and a BFA from the School of Visual Arts (1976).

Website: theresadesalvio.com


Tilly Strauss

Tilly Strauss Works in Acrylics and in Digital Formats on Her iPad

I think Time is my inspiration.  I didn’t grow up in one home. Instead I shifted with the rhythms of seasons and vacations that repeated over Time. My body and my thoughts react to Time. I am a lot in the past and the future. It is hard for me to stay in the present UNLESS I am making art. That is why, since 2006, I have kept a daily drawing or painting practice.

Website: tillystudio.com

Instagram: tillystrauss

Traci R. Meitzler

Acrylic, Marker, Charcoal, Spray Paint, Modeling Paste

City by the Sea a painting by Traci R. Meitzler.jpg

As an artist I work hard to develop art that speaks both to me and to others about my emotions and frame of mind while creating.

I would classify my style as chaotic architecture. I enjoy the juxtaposition of straight edges with organic curves. I believe that a painting or any design cannot have just one element, but that each exists in harmony because of the other.

I work mostly in acrylic mediums along with other materials such as marker, charcoal, spray paint and modeling paste. I like to add non-standard items as well to create texture, such as clear acrylic sheets, textured wall paper, and coarse sand.

Website: mad7studio.com 

Instagram: mad7studio

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Veronica C. Wilkinson

Mixed Media, Paint, Collage, Clay, Textiles, Etching, Woodblock, Experimental Materials, Writing

My floating world was spent aboard various classes and sizes of cargo ships at sea accompanying my husband, a master mariner (Captain) for over twenty years as we traveled around the world.  My inspiration is drawn from nature and natural light and I have drawn, painted and written since I can remember to express a need to record in a reassuring practical way.

Rock Formations


Yvette Cohen

Graphite, Acrylic, Oil, Collage with Wood Dowels and Canvas

My background is in drawing and painting, but I think sculpturally. The shapes are canvas under wooden dowels, or simply canvas pieces, that mount flat on the wall. The space surrounding the pieces is no less important than the pieces themselves. Brushstrokes, and underlying brushstrokes, reveal themselves. It’s not perfect. The work keeps on growing.

Website: yvettecohen.com

Instagram: yvette.cohen



Zena-Marie Lopez

Contemporary and Digital/Media Art

Beauty by Zena-Marie Lopez.jpg
Sweet Ride by Zena-Marie Lopez

I am a multi-dimensional, contemporary collage artist, storyteller and student of the profound human spirit. No matter the medium my art has always been the manifestation of the collective experience. I share my perspective with the world in the hopes of inspiring a deeper connection that may bridge the spiritual and material worlds. Discover the depths pertaining to the meaning of life on earth, and experience true freedom. I create art to encourage people to live deeply, love endlessly and motivate dynamic thought. 

Website: zmlartforeveryone.com

Instagram: zmlartforeveryone


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