Below you will find the bios of the artists participating in our summer exhibit. the artwork will be up until late September. if you are interested in any of their work, contact the artist directly. see price list at bottom of page.
Photography and painting have worked hand in hand for me for many years. I enjoy painting the photographs I capture, especially in nature. Being in the true presence of trees, flowers, insects and landscapes before I set them on canvas gives me a heightened awareness of nature’s vibration and use of light. Capturing those moments are my passion. She can be contacted at email@example.com
I’m inspired to create new paintings every day from the beauty and goodness in the world. There’s just something about the starkness that calls to me. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Received my B. A. in fine art design from Glassboro State College in 1982, but have as a civil engineering drafting designer for over 30 years. Now I am retired and have returned to drawing and painting. This year (2018) I won first place for my pen and ink drawing at the Camden County Senior Art Show and was entered into the State Senior Final Show. I exhibited a drawing and 2 watercolor paintings this year (2018) at Smithville Mansion in the Willingboro Art Alliance Annual Show. Please contact me at email@example.com
Joan is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
John is also a VAC Gallery artist, see his bio here. or contact him at email@example.com
Maria Sammartino was born into a family of artists, and has spent many years creating art. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2009, she found herself immersed in painting, writing, and editing to help alleviate the pain that MS can cause. Maria has been a featured artist in local South Jersey juried shows and exhibitions, and currently has paintings hanging at the Perelman Canter in Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital, and Penn Medicine.
Maria presents the viewer with a challenge in self-described “imagined landscapes” and abstract art that often defy rules of perspective and dimension. Her body of work is full of many different styles, and that is just a part of what makes them original. Each painting is different from the next, and not easily described as “abstract” or “landscape” but both at the same time. She mixes her vibrant palette in what seems to be endless layers and texture, challenging the viewer to label or describe them easily.
Natalie is also a VAC Gallery artist, see her bio here. or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paula is also a VAC Gallery artist, see her bio here. or contact her at email@example.com
Robin Brownfield is a Collingswood, NJ resident and former sociology professor, musical playwright, and mother of 5, who delved into art, especially mosaic art, after she became disabled by Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and fibromyalgia. She has a large mosaic walkway in her front yard that is always a work in progress. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharon A. Gore
Sharon A. Gore is an exorbitant artist and new resident of Voorhees, NJ who enjoys all forms of art expression. In gratitude for the opportunity to display her artwork at VAC’s art exhibit, she uses an acrylic medium of cool blue colors with white and silver tones to capture winter. She can be reached at email@example.com
Hello! My name is Stefanie and Art is my passion! I am a kindergarten teacher by day and a freelance eclectic artist by night! I have been capturing moments on canvas for over 15 years. To see more of my work visit: www.ArtToAppreciate.com. Enjoy exploring my world! ~Stefanie . She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
I discovered art while in ‘Art Therapy’ years ago. The paintings I do are part of who I am, was and will be. I am self taught, inspired by many artists world wide through time. Abstract is my genre. My work can be found on Face Book, under ‘Hues of the Soul Art’. www.facebook.com/huesofthesoulart She can be reached at Mmbr2@verizon.net