Paul Garland

Paul Garland is a graduate of R.I.T.’s Fine Arts Dept. and is a Professor of Art Emeritus at SUNY Oswego. He has produced art continuously over his four decade career from his studios in Fair Haven NY, NYC and London.


The curious patterning and myriad perspectives of urban space became the meeting place for my disparate painting influences — rock art, crazy quilts, Western Realism, Eastern landscape painting, many modernisms and other influences. I use a patchwork of freehand techniques and painting/drawing media to depict a felt environment that is equally about architecture and absence.

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Lin Price

Some of the themes that arise in my paintings are: finding freedom in difficult circumstances; animal and human co-existence; and the experiences of work, desire, regret, and joy. Through imagination, playful creation of abstracted spaces, and color composition, I attempt to show an inner world that is mysterious and dreams and life often are.

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Robin Cass earned her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Alfred University.  An educator as well as an artist, she been faculty in the Glass Program at the Rochester Institute of Technology since 1998, and is currently serving Associate [...]

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Belinda Bryce was born in Houston, Texas and as a child lived in California, Germany, Connecticut, Toledo, Buffalo and Rochester, NY. As an adult, she lived in Ithaca, Boston, Atlanta, Columbus, and Memphis.  She has spent the majority of her life in Rochester but can [...]

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CV EDUCATION 2006 - MA - studio art - SUNY oswego - oswego.ny 2005 - BFA - studio art - SUNY oswego - oswego.ny SELECT EXHIBITIONS solo & 2 person 2014 - core collapse - 2 person collaborative exhibition w/ justyn iannucci - the little [...]