Bedford Artists

This is a new section currently in development
to serve as a gateway to websites for
artists in the Bedford, New York region

 
  For information about adding your artist's website to this page, send an email to digitalimage@earthlink.net  
spear

Duston Spear, Paintings,

Currently: CAGE , 83 Hester Street, New York; Previous: "Works on Paper Invitational", Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; "Floating World", Solo exhibition paintings, Sara Tecchia Gallery, NY; "Timeless - the Art of Drawing", Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ; "Sampling Crane", One person exhibition, Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, VA "Red Badge of Courage", Newark Arts Council, Newark, NJ; Omar Lopez-Chahoud, curator "Delivered",Solo exhibition paintings, "The Accidentally Real" to accompany, Sara Tecchia Gallery, NY . . . and others

 
tendyke

Richard Ten Dyke, Photographs

Richard Ten Dyke spent his professional life in engineering and finance, but has enjoyed photography as an avocation since childhood. "I used to go to camera club meeting with my father when I was ten to fifteen years old, and I still remember many of the comments made by the judges at at that time. I have found challenge, opportunity and inspiration by exploring the creative use of light." His work has been used for magazine covers, music albums, and for publicity by music and arts organizations.

 
fried

Victor A Fried, Photographs

In addition to being an amateur photographer, I am a research scientist and Professor of Cell Biology. I view my avocation and vocation as aspects of the same passion. I was exposed to photography as a child through the 'Family of Man" exhibition at MOMA, NY. I learned photographic technique informally until relatively recently when I took a printing workshop with George Tice. This experience altered my technique in printing and shooting and has moved my work in new directions as I learned to see in new ways.

 
bismuth

Henry Bismuth, Paintings

My theme is a complex interaction between memories and the idea of memory. The main subject, however, is always the light. As I symbolically gather the pieces of the puzzle to complete the picture, I have to find the subtle equilibrium between light and shadow. This is more important than the subject itself. The ordinary becomes extraordinary. The mystically abstract, the profoundly conceptual, and the metaphorical associations of disparate and recurrent images bear witness to the passage of time.

 
van Wolf

Heather van Wolf, Drawings and Paintings

Heather van Wolf is an award winning Fine Artist, Illustrator and advocate. Her Fine Art has exhibited in solo and group shows including the National Arts Club, New Yorker Gallery, Salmagundi Club, Society of Illustrators, and the Gallery in the Park Her art is on permanent exhibit in public and private collections including JP Morgan Diversity Council, and the Lincoln Center Hilton. Illustrations by Van Wolf have appeared in magazines, newspapers and periodicals including the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators, Telluride Times Journal and Bacara Resort.