GALLERY (click to see individual pages)
Jordan Bahosh is a professional artist, since 1973
she has made art her business and livelihood. She has been a member
of the portrait group in Princeton since the mid 1990's and enjoys
keeping her work sharp by participating in the workshops each
week especially in the winter. Otherwise she is in the open air
recreating moments in time. "An artist is a historian"
she says, "capturing sights that sometimes dissapear."
is currently represented by Willoughby Fine Art Gallery in Edgartown,
Martha's Vineyard, Aries East on Cape Cod, and Celebrations Gallery
and Gifts, Pomfret CT.
Robert Dean studied art at Tufts University through
the Museum School of the MFA. He holds an M.Ed. from Boston University
and has worked as a public school art teacher since 1975. He also
studied at The Worcester Craft Center for 20 years. Bruce is a
National Board Certified art teacher and a Master Teacher for
Massachusetts. He currently teaches art at Leominster High School.
His photographs can be viewed at Dean's
a dutch artist whom has been living in the United States for the
past 40 years. Elisabeth is a multi-disciplined artist, she has
done everything from jewelry and graphic design to stained glass,
ceramics and oil painting. Her motivation is "art for the
art of it".
more information, biography, past work and current activities
Kathy Hebert is a Worcester artist who teaches art to beginners at her studio and at Assabet Valley's After Dark Program. Beginners only. No Talent required. Hebert graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY in 1973 with a degree in Fashion Design. She worked as a lounge singer for 10 years and took painting classes during the day. It wasn't until she discovered Betty Edwards' book Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain that she actually began to draw with some confidence. After taking many painting classes, Hebert finally learned how to paint from Rockport artist, Helen Van Wyk.
a painter, my happiest moments are when I am outside on a sunny
day in front of my easel looking at nature. For me painting from
life is the best way to paint. That extends to portraits, figures
and still life in a studio setting. I have used the mediums of
oil, pastel and charcoal extensively. In the past 25 years I have
studied with artists from Holyoke to Provincetown and exhibited
in many competitions within those boundaries and in my home state
I have been painting all my life, recently I have been primarily
working with pastels and oils. My style crosses Realism with the
softer edges and painterly qualities of Impressionism. As a Plein-aire
painter, I love to explore and capture the gentle beauty and spirit
of New England landscape. The winter months find me concentrating
on painting still lives also from direct observation.
at Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, PA., and hold a M.A.
from Clark University.
was a professional weaver of liturgical vesture until 1999. In
1997, I took a watercolor class at the Worcester Art Museum in
Worcester, MA, which opened up a whole new beginning for my creative
life. I retired from weaving and am now painting full time! I
think that my joy is reflected in my paintings.
Sid Solomon was born in Springfield, he spent his early years
in Worcester, Mass. In high school, his first prize-winning entry
in the Service Clubs Essay Competition led to a scholarship to
the Worcester Art Museum for three years, culminating in a graduation
certificate, and an Art career spanning more than forty years.
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