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.

Patricia Wright

I work full time and paint when I can. I work in watercolor and oils and occasionally oil pastel. Please contact me at

Jacqueline Grabinski

I have been painting for many years and studied at the Phila. College of art, The School of Visual Arts, NYC, and under many other artists. I have been in Art Shows and won several prizes. Please contact me at

Elizabeth Stark

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

Robin Brownfield

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

Susan Cunningham

Began painting two years ago. Enjoy doing landscapes and natural settings. Impressionism is my favorite. No formal lessons, but have gotten feedback and informal instructions from friend who paints. Please contact me at

Florence Neild

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

Lisa Cummings

My name is Lisa Cummings and I am originally from Philadelphia, Pa. where I attended Temple University/Tyler School of Art.In the past my passion was painting with oil. I slowly grew curious about watercolor and found myself comfortably creating and enjoying this medium. Please contact me at

Roberta Rucker

Always in need of a creative outlet, Ms. Rucker has dabbled in photography since her youth. She seeks to capture the wonder and joy of the moment. Please contact me at

Robin Brown

My name is Robin and I am a self taught photographer. What I love about photography is meeting so many new people and learning to see every day ordinary things in a different way that peaks my curiosity. I have also been able to share my photos with others in many types of venues like gallery shows and on my website. Please contact me at

Joanne Gibbs

Joanne is also in our gallery, see her bio here. Or contact me at

Richard Goodman

Richard Goodman is an artist living in southern New Jersey. Richard taught Art in Washington Township, as a high school and middle school teacher, before becoming an elementary classroom teacher for grades 3 through 6 in Williamstown, New Jersey. His interest in origami began as a grade school student, creating inflatable paper balloons. He’s been folding paper ever since. His 3-dimensional creations include mobiles, flowers, sculptures, votive candles, puppets, holiday ornaments and numerous animals. In addition to creating artwork, Richard has taught origami workshops in Medford, Cherry Hill, Marlton, Moorestown and Philadelphia. Please contact me at

Tene’ Aiken

The process of creating art and its outcome wakes Tené up in the morning and often keeps her awake at night. Creating art is not just a career or her passion, but her purpose. She didn’t haphazardly choose to be an artist, but rather believes that her capability to be creative is God given and has always been within her. Although Tené was fully convinced at an early age that she would make an impact far beyond her understanding with her work, she cultivated her artistic talents at the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP). It was there where she discovered a myriad of mediums, and in 2001 received a degree in Fine Arts. Since graduating, Tené has taught art in the Charter school sector, completed various commissioned projects, and started Exo31 Art, LLC (a business she established to sell her creations). Tené almost always includes her writings in her work, and unlike many artists does not limit her work to one medium. The on-onlookers connection to her work is of great importance to the artist. “I paint, draw, design/create jewelry, shoot photography, etc., with passion! I almost never limit my use of materials. I enjoy exploring the harmony and combativeness assorted textures often cause within my work. I create according to how I feel, which is not stifled by a particular medium, subject or technique, but indulges in many to communicate with my audience.” Tené is currently focusing her attention on her eclectic handcrafted jewelry that is created from broken, found or odd items, and a series of small introspective paintings regarding the city of Philadelphia called the “365 Philly Project”. Tené is passionate about a long list of things that include but are not limited to singing, dancing, and mentoring young women. Please contact me at

Ann Kelly

Ann is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact her at

Joan Wheeler

Joan is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact her at

Ray Tyler

Bio to come. Please contact me at

Donna Moyer

Donna is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact me at

Julie Savilla

Julie is also a Gallery artists, see her bio here. Or contact me at

Kim Clay

Kim is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact her at

Patty Kennedy

Patty is also a Gallery artist, see her bio here. Or contact me at

Michael Massee

Michael is also a resident artists, see his bio here. Or contact me at