Richard Alexander (Mt. Kisco, New York) Suzanne Babineau Alyssa Bauer Alaiyo Bradshaw Sophy Brown Meredith Chong Jeff Dente Doc Dochtermann (Bedford, NY) Rana Faure Michael Freed Diddy Gomerman Erica Hauser Peter Hirsch Marc Jaffe (South Salem, New York) Katherine Kornel Carolin Lancaster Adrian Landon (New York, New York) Doris Madison Teresa McCabe (White Plains, NY) Susan McCarty Marie Milbrandt Katherine More Pat Olmetti (Leesburg, Virginia) Carol Peek Patricia Powers John Rice Olivia Robertson Beth Saffer (Southport, Connecticut) Victoria Salvador Frances Saracco (Pleasantville, New York) Marcia Spivak Barbara Stanton Debby Thomas (Manakin Sabot, Virginia) Jocelyn Urban (Georgetown, Connecticut) Alice Van Buren Don Weller Glenda Zuckerman (Ossining, New York) Jeffrey Zukowski (Los Angeles, California) This exhibition is made possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts and Con Edison.
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