Eric March is a painter and draftsman whose work explores the formal possibilities of realism with themes of urban life, urban environments, and personal narrative-often through dense multi-figural compositions. Eric earned his BFA at Indiana University and continued his studies in NYC with Andy Reiss and at the Art Students League. He has had solo shows in Brooklyn, Queens, and New Haven, CT. Three of his paintings are now featured in a permanent collection of local Connecticut artists at Yale New Haven Hospital's 150 Sargent Dr. location. Honors include the Queens Council on the Arts Individual Artist Grant, the Provincetown Dune Shack Residency, and the Hudson River Fellowship. Eric served as the Department Head of the Painting and Drawing Department at the National Academy School in NY in 2014-15. He lives in New Haven with his wife and two boys and has a studio in Erector Square.
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Thea Mercer began making art at a young age, oil painting with her grandfather, practicing watercolour and ink in private instruction, and continued formal studies in Canada with Gene Prokop and Izabella Orzelski. Since immigrating to the United States, the absence of a studio enticed Thea toward watercolour and ink, manipulating the size and characteristic of plants and flowers. Visit her site to view a collection of her work. Having studied and partnered with art academies as a teaching artist, Thea is excited to share the experience of exploring watercolour, beginning with that initial spontaneous brush stroke.
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Krista Narciso is a visual artist and writer working across the media of printmaking, drawing, book arts, and installation. Narciso is a recipient of the Iowa Arts Fellowship and completed her MFA in Book Arts at the University of Iowa Center for the Book in 2020. She also holds a Certificate in College Teaching in Arts & Humanities from the University of Iowa and a BFA in Printmaking from the Hartford Art School. Her artists’ books and print work are held in Special Collections Libraries at the University of Utah and Baylor University, as well as private collections in the United States and abroad.