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CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Caroline mcauliffe

1) Where were you raised? Can you paint a picture of your childhood? I was raised in a turn-of-the century picturesque town called Radburn- a town within a town in New Jersey. The same town where my mother was raised. My sister and I were raised...

​CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Julia Knight:"SKIN: A MEDITATION"...

 

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT                          - Erin Karp

1) Where were you raised? Can you paint a picture of your childhood?
I was born in Manhattan to an abstract oil painter & a fashion designer & spent my first years in a light-filled loft in the West Village.  We moved to Teaneck, NJ when I...

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Bithika Adhikary: "Art allows us to have a conversation about topics that matter..."

 1) Where were you raised? Can you paint a picture of your childhood?

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Alexa Jade Frankelis PRESENTS: "Seclusion,  I isolated a part of the environment"

ALEXA JADE FRANKELIS is a photographer based in New York City. She explores the relationship between nature, the macabre, and spirituality in her work.

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Ken De Poto: "Art will always serve a purpose..."

1) Where were you raised? Can you paint a picture of your childhood?

ART WALK 2018 CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - valerie barnes: An artist can express an opinion in a myriad of ways and invite a dialogue that offers opportunity for possible solutions or awakenings.

1) Where were you raised? Can you paint a picture of your childhood?

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT Daniel Esposito

Where were you raised?

I was raised in Fair Lawn, a suburban town in Northern New Jersey. My childhood home is a block away from a large park. Therefore, I spent a majority of my summer days playing pick up baseball games with friends.

CREATIVE SPOTLIGHT - Luis Yllanes... Art can be used as therapy, to tell great stories, and is highly educational...

Art walk 2018 creative spotlight: Terry Straus 

I was raised in Ridgewood, NY, five miles from midtown, New York City.  It was a blue color neighborhood then. Great people, but talking and viewing art was not really a neighborhood thing.  In my teens, I would take the M train into...

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