Flywheel Gallery

April 4th - April 21, 2019

 

Julie Scholz

Julie Scholz began making pictures in 1987 when she studied photography as a Studio Art major at SUNY Oneonta. Her education continued with various workshops on advanced darkroom techniques and alternative processes. Julie's approach to photography is one that emphasizes the beauty of subject matter and composition rather than documentation.

Tony Seker

As a young refugee of the Lebanese civil war, sequestered in a hotel room with my brothers, I searched for answers amidst the despair. I found hope yearning within me by painting plastic model airplanes using bright non-representational colors. By not conforming to the requisite camouflage colors, I began to express my anti-war sentiment and call for global unity.




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Mitch Rosen

"I am a self-taught artist with a passion for vivid realism. My medium is color pencil and it is applied in magnified detail to offer a naturalistic, descriptive style..."

Linnea Pergola

The art world has taken me in many directions with many publishers, such as Martin Lawrence Galleries, CA and John Szoke Editions, NY. My spirit of adventure comes to life through my paintbrush. - Linnea Pergola

Carol Caruso

" I like painting people engaged in activities. Some are like snapshots - scenes of daily life. Although they are personal, they are not exclusively autobiographical..."