Art at the Studio
Gallery at the Yoga Studio Atrium
The Simplicity of Bare Knowing
Art Works by Nina Thorne
The Simplicity of Bare Knowing art works are inspired by fleeting impressions of the Hampton’s coastal landscapes during the winter months. The term Bare Knowing can be understood as a form of alert, yet equanimous observation that identifies the moment of initial sensory contact with an object without naming or conceptualizing the experience. Bare Knowing is practiced in meditation and fosters a gentle moment-to-moment awareness of what is experienced without the presence of a defined or judging self. Drawing these pictures was an attempt to depict this initial pre-conceptual awareness.
Group Show-Opening Night
New drawings in pencil.
Journey of the Untamed Eye
Oil Paintings by Edward Batcheller
Homage to the Heart
Oil Paintings by Edward Batcheller
"Bird Mystery" Silver leaf and collage elements on paper.
"Moon Over Marsh" Paint and silver leaf on board.
Katherine was born in Seattle, WA. She attended the Cornish School of Fine Arts and graduated in Architecture at Washington State University. She is a professional commercial architect and is an architectural illustrator specializing in watercolors. Since 2005, she lives and exhibits between the U.S. and Italy. www.klwright.com
Her business, "Adventure Puglia" is for artists and adventurous travelers who want to come to Puglia, to...more
Fiberworks that tell a story. Having grown up in NEPA, Abby lived and breathed the country life. Surounded by woods, fields, and farms, she spent her days riding horses, hiking, skiing and gardening. Time spent in VA exposed her to steeplechase races where she and her Jack Russel raced amongst the horses once again. On Long Island, Belmont and Polo were the draw. Her original textile works can be shown by appointment. 631-355-1855more
Robert Cornell, the youngest of 3 Cornell siblings, was born with Cerebra Palsy. He never walked, and his hands were turned and twisted. But his mind was brilliant and his spirit strong and filled with humor. As he grew he taught himself to draw and invented a host of characters to populate a world of his own creation. There is Mouse King, Hippo, Clancy, Pablo Pinz, and others. The works presented show some of his characters in various...more
I began my art career with studies and an emphasis on drawing, sculpture and multi-media at Washington University School of Fine Arts, St. Louis MO. Finished my BA at SUNY Binghamton, with a major in Filmmaking. From there I moved to NYC, and upon the discovery of unexposed glass plate negatives from a junk shop on Canal St., I found a way in integrate my interest in film/photographic images, sculpture and structure.
I continued to make...more
Patti Robinson is an artist working with repurposed materials in many different forms, including collage, mixed media, fashion, sculpture, and design.She received a BFA in Art and Art History from Arcadia University. Her biggest inspiration was working with Elisabeth Cornell Benton to catalog Joseph Cornell’s source materials before they were shipped to the Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art.
Her classes for adults and children...more
Julie Kirkpatrick is a collage artist and Advanced Certified Jivamukti teacher since 2005. Her association with Jivamukti Yoga has allowed her to teach abroad in Germany, Italy, Czech Republic, Spain, Turkey, and Canada, as well as in the United States in New York, New Jersey, Virginia, Michigan, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Alabama, Tennessee, Louisiana, and Ohio.
Julie has taught open, basics, prenatal, and children’s yoga...more
Lives and works in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. Julia Salinger's varied art career began as an art historian. Her mentor, Irving Sandler, was the preeminent art scholar who wrote ' The Triumph of American Painting.' She continued her studies at Columbia University and worked for Ronald Feldman Fine Arts as a researcher for five Andy Warhol print portfolios. During this period, she was accepted into the prestigious curatorial program at the...more