Richard Garrison received his BS in Studio Art from the College of Saint Rose, Albany, NY in 1993 and an MFA from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY in 1995. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC; Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA; the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, Clinton, NY; Rochester Contemporary Art Center, NY; The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ; the International Print Center, New York, NY; the Elmhurst Museum of Art, IL and the Queens Museum of Art, NY; among others. His work is included in numerous public and private collections including, The Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, AllianceBernstein, Certares, Fidelity Investments, Kirkland & Ellis LLP and Wellington Management among others. He lives and maintains his studio in the Hudson Valley of New York.
Artist Pauline Galiana was born in Algiers and grew up in France. She received her MFA, at ESAG in Paris in 1984, and has an Art Business Certificate From Christie’s Education, NY. Her work has been exhibited at the New York Public Library, Asymmetrik Gallery, NYC, Baron Boisanté, NYC, Ramis Barquet Gallery, Monterrey, Mexico, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn and the Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA, among others. In 2017 she participated in a one month artist residency at MassMoCa in North Adams, MA. Her work is included in the collections of UBS, New York University and private collections in New York, Washington, Houston, Paris, Riyadh, London and Sydney. She lives and works in Manhattan, NYC.
James Cullinane's drawings, collages, paintings and installations employ a wide range of materials from the traditional (paint, paper, wood, etc) to the unexpected (Wasps' nests, sink drains, map pins, etc). These materials function as symbols, signs and marks that expressively and conceptually explore ideas related to philosophy, art history, theory and literature, time, space, physics and the human condition. James’s process-based work often plays with a tension between fictional or implied space and actual physical space as he combines and recontextualizes traditional and non-traditional materials. His process of visual recontextualization is a search for knowledge similar to Dante’s or Virgil’s journey to the underworld. This process “has to do with finding a way to move beyond what I think I know about an image” to arrive at something more meaningful. Cullinane’s compositions are thus visual representations of that journey and constitute what he has learned from each particular experience of making a work of art. James Cullinane received his BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science, NYC in 1979. His work has been exhibited locally and nationally. In 2001, he was a resident at the Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI, a participant in the 2002 Artists in the Marketplace 22, Emerging Artist Program, at The Bronx Museum, NYC and in 2004 a resident at the Spaces World Artist Program, Cleveland, OH. He lives and maintains his studio in New York City.