Artist, illustrator, teacher with over 40 years of experience.
Hiking and camping while young brought Larry into the grandeur of nature and respect for the preservation of wilderness. His interpretations range from cloud capped canyons to close-up images of forest and flowers. His eyes see the image then the camera does it’s part.
Student, Collector, Curator, Board Member, Art Volunteer and Fundraiser, Painter
Through a lifetime of rich art experiences that include studying art at Purdue University, the Des Moines Art Center and the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, collecting art as our family moved around the country, working with New York art galleries and museums to curate, for the Summit Art Center, a drawing exhibition, a sculpture and tapestry exhibition, a solo exhibition for the historically significant gallery owner and artist Betty Parsons, and a one man show for famed artist Philip Pearlstein, while serving on various art boards, volunteering and fundraising for the arts … I have become a painter.
The subject matter of my paintings includes landscapes and skyscapes based on photographs from my world travels, still life studies and my series of rooster paintings. My work is in collections in NJ, NY, PA, VA, SC, NC, NM, CA, FL and LA.
To contact me: 973-635-9089 home or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gail Logan started to paint after her husband gave her some watercolor paints as a Christmas present. Gail says: “It has been fun building up the creative side of my brain. But also a challenge. I continue because I see improvement and I have met some great people.”
Watercolor is Ellie’s medium of choice. However, in early 90’s she learned the art of tile painting and began a successful business. It was an honor foe Ellie to have her tile art presented in a showcase house bathroom in Morristown.
Ellie has been a member of the ALC for a number of years and has enjoyed participating in the shows at the Municipal Building and at Borough Hall. In November 2015 she and her daughter, Colleen Kirton had a show at the Chase Room at the Madison Library. They consider it a wonderful gift to share their love of the arts and look forward to having another Mother-Daughter show at the Lundt-Glover Gallery in September 2016.
Noreen Brunini’s medium is watercolor; her works have won Awards of Excellence with the NJ Watercolor Society (Associate Level), MSHAC and the Livingston Arts Association. She is also an Exhibiting member of the Essex Watercolor Club.
Suzanne has been interested in art and painting since a child. Her approach to painting is impressionistic in quality, favors neutrals and half tones in all their infinite variety worked against pale colors. Suzanne’s art reflects a lifelong fascination with nature, animals and the Victorian Period.
Nancy Kingman enjoys being outdoors and finds inspiration for her paintings in nearby parks and nature preserves. Many of her landscapes were started en plein air at places like Jockey Hollow and the Frelinghuysen Arboretum and then finished in the studio. Other scenes are from some of her favorite places in Cape Cod and along the Delaware River. In all of them, she tries to capture the light and atmosphere, and some of the magic of being in that spot at that particular moment.
Magdalena Urbankova was born in Prague, in already non-existent country of Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic. She spent last 20 years in lovely Garden State of NJ. Magdalena is fascinated by the spaces people create as they interact with one another, and enjoys exploring these on the canvas. She also enjoys portraying the beauty of nature.