Long Island Artists
Damon Tommolino

As far as the "body" of my work goes, I would break the majority of it down into three categories:

1. Social / Political / Evolution (commentary)

2. Man and Woman / Adam and Eve (creationism vs. evolution)

3. Moche (interpretations of the Peruvian artifacts).

Thea Lanzisero Monier-Williams
My artwork is about finding a place of balance. I want to take you with me on a journey spiritually and intellectually through my installations with the hope of touching on what connects people, sparking memory, wonder and play. The motivation and materials create the balance- spiritual, mystical, ritual vs. logical, manmade, and scientific.
Michael Killelea
Michael Killelea was born in Brooklyn, NY and currently resides east of there on Long Island where he devides his time between painting and teaching watercolor classes. He is a US Navy veteran and an avid outdoorsman. His work reflects a keen interest in all of the natural world, but particularly the waterfront and those caught in its spell. Having spent most of his life on or near the water, boatyards, ships, eddies and the people who fill them offer him an endless supply of potential subjects. Killelea's approach to the medium is one that revels in the changing light and moods of the outdoors that is, in his view, best captured in the spontaneity of watercolors.
Toni Rose
Stained glass has been my passion since the early 1970's when I fell in love with a stained glass lamp I couldn't afford in an antique shop, so I went to school at The Museums in Stoneybrook, in order to learn to make my own. It took quite awhile before I was able to make a lamp and in the meantime I found I loved glass.
Barbara Stein

Barbara has been creating artwork and teaching for most of her life. Her batiks, pastels, watercolors, and ceramics have been shown throughout New York and Vermont. Her work has been greatly influenced by natural forms and colors. Barbara lived in Vermont in the early 1970's, and the place's natural beauty and tranquility continues to inspire.

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Making Encaustic Medium
I fell in love with encaustic paintings the first time I saw one hanging. There was just something about the work... The luminosity, the transparency, the brilliance. It was unlike anything that I had ever seen before. I knew I had to try it and once I did, I was hooked.
Using Color to Express Your Creativity
Colors have an amazing impact on our lives. From the red of our stop signs and traffic lights, to the ever important green of a dollar bill, color is integrated into every facet of our daily adventures. No where is this more clear, than in our art and in our artistic creativity.
How to make your own oil paints
How to make your own oil paintsOil paints are made basically by mixing cold-pressed Linsed oil with pigment or color until a smooth buttery paint is produced. When the oil paint is used and applied to a surface the oil oxidizes or absorbs air and then forms a solid film that binds the pigment to the surface of the painting.
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