Karen is a dental ceramist with a lab in Spencerport, NY. She paints in oil and acrylic and has been a member of SRAG since 2010, where she currently serves as treasurer. Karen can be reached @585 944 4044
Diane joined the group in 1974, and works in colored pencil, graphite and acrylics. The goal of Diane's art is to capture a moment in time, and through various media, convey that experience to the viewer. She is continually looking for new materials, and how to use them to enhance the media she works in.
Tatyana joined the group in 2013, and works in oil and watercolor. She loves to paint flowers from nature, and to honor the work of the Creator. Tatyana strives to capture the way that light and shadow interact with color to reveal a hidden beauty, as well the interaction of the colors with each other.
Dave works in watercolor and is completely self taught. His inspiration comes from the natural beauty of the four seasons in New York State, and recently, the interesting porches and windows of older homes in the area. Gardens, flowers, and sailboats have also found their way into his paintings. He can be reached at email@example.com
Terry is a retired manufacturing engineer and self taught artist working primarily in oils outside and watercolor and oils in the studio. He is a member of the Suburban Rochester Art Group since 1999 and is currently serving as Board Chairman, and editor of the newsletter. He is also a member of the Genesee Valley Plein Air Painters. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Marie Buonemoni
Debra Becks Cooper
Art is a gift! Watercolor paintings of water scenes and florals are some of my favorite things to paint.
Carole joined the group in 1980. She studied under many local teachers between 1978 and 1988. Carole enjoys exploring all avenues of work in watercolors, and is always looking for good shape and design. Her use of glazing different colors, has produced some very exciting results.
Anne is primarily a watercolorist, although more recently has been working in collage, incorporating different rice papers into her compositions. She can be reached at email@example.com or 585.200.1833
I have been a member of SRAG since 2003, having served as treasurer and secretary, and am also a member of Main Street Artists. A self taught artist working primarily in oils and colored pencil I enjoy painting landscapes and still lifes I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tina enjoys painting landscapes, people and animals. She paints primarily in oil. She has been a member of SRAG since 2017.
Marry Emmi Pallone
Peggy has been in the art group since 1966, and works in oil. She enjoys painting landscapes, still-life, as well as paintings featuring people.
"With many artists on my ancestral tree, it is my destiny, as they did, to to speak to future generations through my brush."
Cheryl works primarily as an oil painter. Portraiture is her passion but she does paint children, animals and landscapes as well. She is skilled in the use of charcoal, graphite and colored pencil. Traditional realism is her preference although she does experiment with impressionistic renderings.
Nina has been drawing and painting most of her life. She has been active in SRAG since 1984. She enjoys painting landscapes, flowers and people in the studio or in plein air.
Pastel artist and plein air painter, Colette Savage, joined SRAG in 2005 and has been a board member since 2013. In addition to creating her own art, Colette does demonstrations and is an avid teacher, teaching pastel painting through Irondequoit Community Education, Brighton Community Education and at the Art Stop in Penfield. She is represented by the Pat Rini-Rohrer Gallery in Canandaigua. Colette can be reached via email at email@example.com. Her work can be viewed on-line at colettesavage.weebly.com/. Learn more about Colette'as pastel painting process at pastelsenpleinair.blogspot.com/ and colettesavage.blogspot.com
I joined the group in 1977, and work in both oil and watercolor. I opened the door to my creativity and found my soul. I love barns, shadows, and streams.
Chris Whiting, a native of Rochester, New York, paints in watercolor and acrylics. She has a genuine appreciation of all the seasons and her work frequently reflects that. Local landscapes and scenes from her travels, as well as fruit and flowers are popular subject matter in her paintings. She frequently shows her work in and around Rochester and the Finger Lakes region. She can be contacted through email: firstname.lastname@example.org and her facebook page: facebook.com/cwhitingart
Aggie joined the group in 2005. She started out by making stained glass boxes, lamps and windows and did so for 10 years. She moved on to decorating eggs. Aggie is mostly inspired by what goes on in her life, but definitely tends to include some geometric patterns. Over the years she has broadened her artistic repertoire to colored pencil paintings, where she often allows fantasy and unexpected juxtappositions to creep in. Lately she has added quilting to her list of preferred activities, in which she incorporates home-designed embroideries of subjects that have caught her interest.
Willem joined the group in 1995, and works in oil as well as stone and copper sculpture. In his sculptures, Willem likes to combine organic shapes in Nature, with abstract shapes related to his mathematical background. In his paintings he also likes to combine organic and abstract shapes, but also subjects that are somewhat surrealistic, such as desert landscapes, fantasy insects and more.