Matt Dine

Photographer/Oboist Matt Dine is equally at home with an oboe or a camera.  Co-principal oboist of the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and Principal oboist of American Ballet Theatre, New York-based Dine leads a varied and busy performing life while serving as a freelance culture photographer for The New York Times and...

Michael Tarricone

I am a watercolor artist and I’m interested in creating a watercolor and greeting card workshop here in Leonia. I have a gallery page on Facebook called “My Watercolors by Tarricone” where you can see my watercolor work.

Mo Riza

Multidisciplinary designer and visual artist, exploring analog and digital medium. moriza.com

Nanda van Ginkel

I don’t do perfect – I actually love to explore “mistakes.” Be it in mixed media or oils, there are journeys to be discovered. I do enjoy the silence and contemplation that goes with creating my work. The mental challenge to ‘listen’ to a piece and be open to what...

Pamela Fenwick

While running my graphic design business, Fenwick Design Inc. in New York City, I studied watercolor at the National Academy.  I have been painting with watercolor and occasionally oils for 20 years.  I attended workshops in Owls Head, Maine where my husband David and I bought a summer house and...

Paul Leibow

My work is going in a few directions both in abstraction and figurative, however the figure might not always be human, a figure to me can be alternative such as letter forms, words, maps, symbols or abstracted facial characters from vintage cartoons. Constant attempts to come away with a new...

Ron Pancrazi

Ron Pancrazi is an artist for fifty years working in Leonia for forty of those years. The paintings are abstractions, metaphorical expressions of what may be real. Working with form and space like a sculptor. He studied fine art at the Cooper Union.

Silverio Barbosa

Silverio Barbosa worked as an architectural draftsman in Brasilia in the 1970s, where he developed his knack for art.  He developed his skills by doing extensive work on scale models.   Silverio then, worked on transforming these skills into an art form. Silverio moved to the US in the 1970s.  It...

Steven Swank

The creative imperative is the urgent call to action, it is in the doing and being that our lives are expressed. While the product of our endeavors is certainly important, it is in the process of becoming or evolving that we discover who we are and what we portend. As...

Vincent Priblo

I use art as a way to express my inner joy and love of life.  I consider painting as a journey that has just begun.  My methodology is very dynamic and always evolving and developing , sometimes resulting in finished works which have little resemblance to my original idea.  When...