Linda Capello is a master of figure drawing. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology, she worked in the NYC fashion industry for over 20 years. She is listed in Who's Who of American Women, and received the Miriam Russo Enders Award: For Works on Paper, from the National Association of Woman Artists (May 2009), for her red conte drawing, So Inclined. She teaches extensively on the East End.
Karyn Mannix has a BA in Fashion Design and Construction and a BA in Post Modern Art Theory and Criticism. Her art has been exhibited in galleries throughout the US, and has received several awards and grants for her work. She has taught art to children with special needs and works as an artist, freelance writer, and educator.
Janet Jenningsreceived her BFA from University of Dayton and attended The Dayton Art Institute and The Art Students League. Janet Jennings has taught painting to children and adults at The Art Barge, Guild Hall and The Parrish Art Museum. She has exhibited at numerous galleries on Long Island including Gallery North, Elaine Benson Gallery, Hampton Road Gallery, Glen Horowitz Gallery and Lizan Tops
Dennis Leri is a sculptor who creates for indoor, outdoor, private and public spaces from various materials such as steel, copper and wood. Through the free association of color, texture, scale and form his work defines itself in an intuitive manner. Dennis was the "Best Mixed Media" winner of the Guild Hall 71st Annual Artist Members Exhibtion.
Barbara Thomashas been painting all her life. She attended Art Students' League and Pratt Institute. She began painting full time in the East End in the 1980s, and has since built a successful painting career as a house, garden and landscape portraitist, in addition to her own work primarily as a landscape artist. Barbara paints commission works all over the country, as well as murals for restaurants and private homes. She has taught drawing, painting, and art theory at Marymount College, The Scarsdale School, The Parrish Art Museum, and in her own studio.