Dave Weindorf Ternisky

“I read a lot about historical figures, primitive cultures, and ancient symbols. That definitely influences my art. I feel like I'm bringing the past to today in my expressionistic paintings with bold compositions of line work, watercolor, and abstract glyphs.”

Yellow Brick Road, 2017 - Acrylic enamel, stain and watercolor on canvas 40 x 30 in.

American artist, Dave Weindorf was born in 1962 in Indiana and is a self-taught, abstract expressionist painter. Weindorf's artwork reflects his lifelong interest in history, describing it as a desire to know the past that shapes the future. He says he's always been fascinated by Egyptian hieroglyphics and cave drawings. Dave spends most of his time studying art, architecture and his own historical ancestry. Weindorf's work has been exhibited in Verum Ultimum Gallery, Michigan’s Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts and Agora Gallery of New York. Dave has won multiple ArtSlant Showcase awards and selected as one of their Under the Radar artists. He's also had the opportunity to exhibit at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam. Pace Galleries also exhibited his art plates in late 2001, with sales donated to 1st responders of  9/11. His work has been featured in Counterproductiv Magazine, Contemporary Art Curator, Aesthetica Magazine, and Studio Visit, a juried art book.

Zodiac, 2017 - Acrylic enamel, glazing and watercolor on clay panel 48 x 36 in.
Timeline to Wealth, 2017 - Acrylic enamel, stain and watercolor on canvas 30 x 20 in.
Manta Ray, 2017 - Acrylic enamel, stain and watercolor on canvas 80 x 42 in.
Mosaic, 2017 - Acrylic enamel and watercolor on paper 22 x 30 in.

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Jenny Woods

The Country - 120mm film on Ciroflex

Jenny Woods is from a rising generation of self-taught photographers. Throughout her childhood in rural America, her camera was her best friend. Now residing in Brooklyn, her work evokes her own life: the turmoil of a small town girl fighting to make it in the city. She is an avid daydreamer, and one can see this dreamlike quality reflected in her art.

Hidden - 120mm film on Ciroflex
La Loba - Digital photograph
Lady - Digital photograph
Free - 120mm film on Ciroflex

Photographer Jenny Woods wins the 2nd Place Award, in Circle Foundation’s Artist of the Year Award. The prize included a personal artist monogram and was announced in January 2018.
Jenny Woods is from a rising generation of self-taught photographers. Throughout her childhood in rural America, her camera was her best friend. Now residing in Brooklyn, her work evokes her own life: the turmoil of a small town girl fighting to make it in the city. She is an avid daydreamer, and one can see this dreamlike quality reflected in her art.


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