Lesley A. Powell

Lesley A. Powell has been an artist all of her life. She was first a dancer, choreographer and now a painter. The love of movement, space, texture, the body, color and nature are major influences on her art. Lesley’s art deals with the ability to expressively change the space, whether it be the stage or the painting.

Lesley’s art journey ranges from watercolors, oils and collages.  Working on the canvass is now the stage for movement, line, color, texture and expression.

Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes

I have been weaving since 1980, producing handwoven textiles for the wardrobe and home under the tag line “BRING HOME THE COLORS OF THE CATSKILLS” ™.  Since 2016 I ‘draw with wool’ in weaving tapestries. These tapestries reflect the Catskill views and Biblical...

Alan Powell

Alan Powell has been a practicing artist for over 40 years. His main body of work consists of single channel videotapes and video installations.

In the 1990s, Alan returned to painting, developing a painted diary in which he painted a picture every day for three years. He has exhibited his work at MOMA, Museum of the Moving Image, Kitchen, Everson Museum of Art and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Patrice Lorenz

As an artist I work in several mediums, drawing, painting, printmaking, painting and collage. These different processes inform each other in my work and sometimes exist side by side.

My work is always based in observation. I am both a plein air artist and a studio artist which means I work on location when I can and otherwise in my studio from my sketches and photographs.

My subject matter is the natural world, which sometimes includes the man made elements that become a part of  the landscape.