Bobbie Oliver and Frank Kitchens's home in Long Eddy is a beautiful converted church where last year a wild deer they named Rosie made herself a part-time housemate.
Eleanna Anagnos and Matt Eich: A Rauschenberg Residency Collaboration
These images are part of a collaboration between Eleanna Anagnos’s current practice involving handmade paper and Matt Eich’s medium of photography. The project's combination of traditional media with new technology creates a haunting, classical pathos evoking themes of longing and isolation, reminiscent of John Everett Millais's "Ophelia," or Kate Chopin's "The Awakening."
"Five years ago, I began making bricks, cinder blocks and later 1 ft. cubes out wire. The bricks, though nearly invisible, still read as a solid. I used them to brick up my windows. The one foot cubes were less stable. Their frailty, insecurity, was humorous, human. I stacked them. At 5 ft, my height, the stack became a self-portrait. These works were pivotal in demonstrating how simple, near invisible objects, can embody a psychological state, carry emotions." - Mary-Ann Monforton
At Theresa Hackett and Ray Manikowski's home in Beach Lake, PA, Teri can dance and create--- seemingly simultaneously--- her enormous, lyrical, cross-sectional paintings of stacked and bursting neon earth. It's a stone groove (pun intended), followed by a dip in the wood-fire Japanese style hot tub.