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Linda Chido is a mid-career, representational, painter who works predominantly in oils with an Old Masters technique. Her work is rooted in her personal experiences. She says, “The technique gives my work a high level of detail and infuses my paintings with an inner luminosity. Though my work is highly personal, my intention is to create imagery that tells a story, charged with emotion, that can be universally understood despite its personal nature.”
Ron Gross is an abstract expressionist who works with a multitude of mediums. His working style is intuitive and is about color, gesture, and mark making. Ron says of his work: “Automatic drawing and painting are an integral part of my work. I allow the colors and marks to speak to me and guide me on a creative journey.”
Mona Rae Chido Gross
Mona Rae is an emerging visual artist and musician (pianist). In her visual art work, she is concentrating on assemblage sculpture. In her artist statement, Mona says: “I make cool stuff out of junk. I am inspired by the potential of found objects and discarded items and the challenge of combining them into something beautiful.”