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Gary Swiontek, Photographer

I create photographs because scenes and snippets of life beg to be photographed. I’m forced to shoot. My images aren’t made to make statements or influence opinions. Hopefully they evoke emotions, stimulate thought. Some create peace, others discomfort. I’m open-minded believing there’s something interesting everywhere. I portray that in photographs. Many are literal interpretation, but abstract compositions are not out of bounds. I’ve printed most of my B&W film images in darkrooms. Today, I’m into digital. It has unleashed new artistic freedoms. My darkroom is devoid of darkness, fumes, but still affords me creative options that help me document life.


Steven Schroeder, Artist, various mediums

Steven works with oil, acrylic, watercolor, and ink on canvas, board, and paper. But, whatever the medium, my work incorporates techniques associated with watercolor — particularly attention to fluidity and painting with light as much as with pigment.


Tobi Abrams, Painter

Tobi Abrams taught painting, drawing and Early American Crafts for approximately 30 years part time at adult education facilities, schools, museums and nature centers. Her paintings and drawings have been juried into many museums, and colleges throughout the United States.