Meet The Artists

IBRAHIM ALI-SALAAM
Ibrahim’s current worrk is about exploring the celebrity of the Bicyclist through the Bicycle itself without necessarily representing the figure.
PATRICIA BUSSO
Patricia paints primarily with palette knives employing acrylics, oils and, most recently, encaustics/mixed media creating loose interpretations of the natural world.
CARMELA CATTUTI
Carmela is a long-time Boston painter and decoupage artist. She has designed murals for theaters, schools and private homes.
LYNDA MICHAUD CUTRELL
Making art is truly a personal expression of imagery and of my love of the painting process. I have an emotional investment in my work, which enables me to concentrate on the development of the concept, along with the structure and color.
MARIAN DIOGUARDI
Using oil paint, pallet knife and panel, I paint directly, clearly and decisively. The pallet knife is a comfortable tool for me because I was trained, as a child, to frost my mother’s party cakes. Painting is still that expression of celebration and color.
ARLENE GREENSPAN
Arlene works in oil and watercolor. A combination of bold colors and lively brushwork highlight the natural beauty and intensity of her subject matter.
WILL KIRKPATRICK
Having studied mostly from my own curriculum and from plein air practice, I enjoy making pictures that connect with others through commonly held experience

ALEXANDER KORMAN
Alexander is a Russian trained classical oil painter and impressionist who likes to work in Plein Air. He has dedicated over 40 years of his life to art. His manner combines the precision of his formal Russian training with the freedom of post impressionism.
CAROL MONACELLI
Carol has been painting at the BCA for nine years, mostly realist canvases of Paris and New York, but occasionally painting Back Bay scenes.
BERNAL MURILLO
Bernal works with a variety of mediums to create his paintings including acrylic, oil, pencil and airbrush. He paints on canvases, panel boards and recycled materials. Bernal also makes his own frames.
MAUREEN MURPHY
Maureen graduated from UMass Boston with a degree in Fine Arts. Her traditional style still lifes, with a twist, are painted outside (weather permitting) either early or late day for the light that is cast.
EMILY PASSMAN
Emily Passman is a painter of oils and acrylics, and is known for her expressive, loose style. She works both plein air and in her studio. Emily teaches painting at Concord Art Association and in her barn/studio in Lexington where she greets visitors upon request.
JULIA PURINTON
Julia Purinton paints pastoral and woodland landscapes referencing both the Pennsylvania countryside of her childhood and the sweep of coastal New England and the Green Mountains.
HOPE RICCIARDI
Primarily a figurative artist, Hope’s work is inspired by Armenian history and ancestry. She works in oils and multiple drawing media.
KATE SULLIVAN
Kate has exhibited her work in galleries in the South End and Boston. Her drawings are of Boston landscape and transportation motifs.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Paintings of the urban landscape inspired by the parks of Frederick Law Olmsted.
IAN TOEG
As a painter, I see, document and participate in the urban landscape as a stage set, hosting a never ending series of dramas, comedies, tragedies and fantasies.
ANITA TURNER
A.P. Turner is a watercolorist, photographer, and art educator. Her botanical art and landscapes evoke a sense of peace in natures bounty.
DEBRA WORNUM
Debra works in pastel and oil paints that include landscapes, portraits and still life compositions.
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