In The Studio With: Paul Catalanotto

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In The Studio With: Paul Catalanotto

"...I’m imitating the process of how everything around us becomes what we see in that particular moment instead of just rendering the final result of that moment caught in time..."
- Paul Catalanotto, Brooklyn based artist & gallerist

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In The Studio With: Adrianne Lobel

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In The Studio With: Adrianne Lobel

"...It is important for an artist to feel a little off balance and not so successful and full of themselves. This is the only way to grow..."
-Adrianne Lobel, New York painter and theatrical designer

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In The Studio With: Roman Kalinovski

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In The Studio With: Roman Kalinovski

"...There has to be a missing piece, a lack, maybe, for there to be any excitement or feeling at all. This, to me, is the essence of the idol: it’s an imitation of something that is far beyond our grasp.."
-Roman Kalinovski, Brooklyn painter and new media artist

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In The Studio With: Karl Jones

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In The Studio With: Karl Jones

"...There are universal experiences that we all share. I need the empirical before I feel moved enough to make something unless it’s an odd historical/myth story..."
- Karl Jones, Brooklyn-based artist

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In The Studio With: KellyAnne Hanrahan

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In The Studio With: KellyAnne Hanrahan

"Folks often remark 'Why do you call this series Oil Paintings of Animals' when they’re obviously people?” Perhaps that is part what I’m trying to do: help folks remember we’re all animals."- KellyAnne Hanrahan, Brooklyn-based painter and graphic designer

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In The Studio With: Ethan Boisvert

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In The Studio With: Ethan Boisvert

"...Currently I am exploring the idea a collaging my life events, colors I see, people in the street to forge some kind of bizarre reality with an icon-like quality..."

-Ethan Boisvert, Queens-based painter and multi-disciplinary artist.

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In The Studio With: Hagar Sadan

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In The Studio With: Hagar Sadan

"...Although specific aspects of my identity, such as being a woman and an immigrant, inform my work, I am also a part of a tradition of painting, and I try to assert my own voice while expanding on that tradition..."

-Hagar Sadan, Brooklyn-based painter & educator

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In The Studio With: Christa Pratt

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In The Studio With: Christa Pratt

"...I want my work to speak to my world, where blackness or darkness isn't just something ugly or bad, but is something whole and complex and beautiful..."

- Christa Pratt, Brooklyn-based painter

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