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Taos New Mexico artist Mieshiel says he has been “ living off the grid” for 20 years creating extremely detailed pencil drawings that take him from several weeks to several years to create. The pieces he creates "Are the seen and unseen worlds in which we live in". For Mieshiel, dreams , visions and our waking reality are all one in the same. The meaning of his drawings can not be known "until all the pieces come together"...he believes "One must look carefully for understanding all the various influences that effect who we are, for we are many selves that make up the whole human being". His work is a must see!

New York based Ms. Lee Milby feels her work centers around movement and time; “I value the process of painting as much as the finished piece, and feel that the act of painting is deeply connected to performance and film. I enjoy using paint for its unique inherent qualities, and at the same time, I enjoy using paint for what it was originally meant to do. Gutai ideology, Baroque drama, and the biting observational realism of Courbet, Leparge, Theibaud, and Freud all influence my work (among many others). I believe that it's possible to make something beautiful, and make it meaningful at the same time."

Artist Mr. Matthew Morrocco, another New York based artist and photographer, deals mostly with personal relationships and existential philosophy. He is currently represented by Cyr Morr Studio.

Feautured artist Jeffrey Bunce feels “the realization that rules do not exist in art has opened my world. Working in several mediums, applying multiple techniques, increasingly allows me as an artist to share my passion for life.From planning a painting to walking up to an empty canvas without a plan, passion needs to be present. It is what's inside that is screaming to come out. To share a vision that otherwise may be missed in our common lives, is art...We all have it in us, but as a painter it is my sole purpose to propose it.”

Born in 1987 in Dublin, Ohio, Lauren Purje received her BFA in painting at Ohio University in 2009. Ms. Purje has been included in juried exhibitions curated by Christine Heindl and DeWitt Godfrey at the Ohio Uiversity Gallery in Athens, Ohio. Her work plays with themes inspired by Existentialist theory and Absurdism. Lauren now lives and works in New York.

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Artist Joseph Dolinsky: Uses mixed medias, such as latex, acrylic and oil paint. " I have been combining abstract space with figurative work. The figures are interacting with this abstact environment, or being created from it. The line between negative and positive space is altered or erased, allowing the objects to meld with the surreal landscape. The latex lends itself to the movement and the fluidity of the piece. The brush strokes create an energy that moves through both the figures and the background, depicting unity of form" .

Scott Williams, Artist, Actor, Cartoonist and Puppeteer began his theatrical career as a scenic artist then as an actor in such productions as "E-Man", "Sugar Mouth Sam", and 'Home". As a Puppeteer he has performed with The Brewery Puppet troupe in Washington D.C., Boston as well as many locations in the New York City area. He has done many voice-overs in children's animated shows like "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Pokémon”, Chaotic" and many others. Mr. Williams has had many sports and political cartoons published for newspapers like CITY HALL, THE CAPITOL, THE NEW YORK PRESS and THE JEWISH VOICE as well as The ALICIA KEYS FAN CLUB magazine.

Artist Walter L. Mosley's Art reflects his admiration and esteem of the timeless principles of art while simultaneously embracing bravura and spontaneity, the hallmarks of modern art. His teachers, Frank Mason, Maynard Stewart, and Thomas Torak, hail from the lineage of Frank Vincent Dumond who taught at the Art Students Leauge of New York in the early 20th Century. Walter's has exhibited with the Allied Artists of America, the Audubon Artists, the American Artists Professional Leauge and the Salmagundi Club (all in New York) as well as the Greenhouse Gallery and the American Impressionists Society.

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Artist Esther Nash, is a fashion designer as well as the art gallery owner and curator. Esther combines her love of art and fashion to create “fashion art”. Her adherence to detail is inherent to her profession and her vision of perfection. A graduate of the Fashion Institutute of Technology, Cooper-Union, the National Art Students League and the high school of Art and Design, Esther has really brought her dreams to light in the Town House Art Gallery. Be sure to attend a reception.

Artist Dorothy Nash, a native New Yorker, a former NYC public HS teacher with a Masters degree in Fine Art has placed her perceptions and opinions on paper, each sketch incorporates unique characters, some friends others strangers and purely some fictional imaginatory images. The results are fanciful, flirtatious, sometimes snobbish but mostly fun. Be sure to stop by for a meet and greet.

Artist Shelly Nash mixes her love for the glamorous celebrity lifestyles of the rich and famous with her natural affinity for the camera. No stranger to VIP celebrity filled private soirees, Shelly captures her famous friends on camera at their best, informally and relaxed. Some favorites are Nacho Figueros, the number one Polo Player, socialites Nicole Richie, Mena Suvari, the Hiltons, As Parker, Michael Capponi, Seth Greenberg, and Miss Universe. Its definitely a walk on the red carpet like no other. Be sure to visit!

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The TownHouse Art Gallery is a not for profit 501-C-3 corporation created to provide to all Youth with an opportunity to develop and showcase their art work in a gallery to encourage art both as a career path and as a creative outlet. All types of art mediums presented such as design, fashion, film, photography, video, performance art, sculpture, painting, life drawing, pop art, conceptual art, audio art, and other visual art mediums. Townhouse Art Gallery, located at 46 4th avenue, Brookly NY 11217 . For more information and calendar: www.townhouseartgallery.com

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Image credits(up to down): Mieshiel, Lauren Purje, Matthew Morrocco, Joe Dolinsky, Jeffrey Bunce
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