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    THE GADDS ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT ART:

Especially work found locally in Rochester and New York State. Here
are some pieces he personally owns. Find out more about the artists
by checking out their websites.

Some below include Maria Friske, David Cowles, Del Stevens,
William Schlegel, Ramon Santiago, and Christiopher Lamarca.

Throughout this website you will also discover a plethora
of photographers, too, including Bill Zules, Rick Malkin,
and Geoff Tesch.
  Steve & Carol Gadd    
 
 
 

"To Market" by Maria Friske
  MARIA FRISKE:

"I consider myself an american painter and a regionalist, with
particular interest in the neighborhood level and our common cultural experiences.  My artistic voice blends community storytelling and documentation. I use a diversity of materials including ceramics
and 3-d objects into the 2-d picture frame. It's a technique I call
"two and a half d."  The  subjects and settings of the paintings are,
to me, places where we experience community or spaces
(even music) in which we share cultural experiences. 
Common as they are (the public market, a particular
neighborhood, blues music etc.) they are to me the
best side of the American experience, and all yield time
and again endless surprise and joy."


-Maria Friske
 
 
 

"Drummer Bear" by William Schlegel
  WILLIAM SCHLEGEL:

Are you looking for an absolutely unique piece of art for your home or office? Call William Schlegel for chainsaw woodcarvings! We make art from wood, using a chainsaw to transform it into amazing sculptures. What we do is create custom artwork, sculptures, and furniture by carving each piece with a chainsaw. The artistry of this process
creates a unique look on our specialty carved artwork! Our locally owned and operated business takes pride in offering a wide selection
of unique art. William Schlegel will happily do custom art for you, including busts, furniture, or even a statue of your company mascot!
Our artwork combines the natural and manmade in a unique and artistically pleasing way. We have a wide selection of art
in our studio, so stop by!

-William Schlegal

 
 
 

Drwaing by Santiago
  RAMON SANTIAGO:

Ramón Santiago was a private man who shied away from attention.
He was characterized as a "painters painter." His mastery of pen,
pencil, pastel and brush exploded with exciting new images.
His style? It's unmistakably Santiago. Fresh. Original. Sensitive
with dramatic fantasy. Santiago generated elegant images of beautiful women and odd human-like creatures masterfully. Through his color,
line and form he delivered fascinating and enigmatic visions.

"My paintings are what dreams are made of," said Santiago.


www.ramonsantiago.com
 
 
 

Photo by Christopher Lamarka

  CHRISTOPHER LAMARCA:

Freelance photographer in New York City.
His photos are often seen in Newsweek magazine.

www.christopherlamarca.com


Contact:
Christopher LaMarca
Brooklyn, New York
chris@christopherlamarca.com
(914) 714-3459

Clients:
Volvo, Newsweek, The Fader, New York Times, Trace magazine, National Geographic online, Orion Magazine, Fast Company

 
 
 

Sculpture by Jack Stevens
  JACK STEVENS :

Sculpture artist from Rochester, NY.

 
 
 

Art by Santiago
  RAMON SANTIAGO:

Ramón Santiago was a private man who shied away from attention.
He was characterized as a "painters painter." His mastery of pen,
pencil, pastel and brush exploded with exciting new images.
His style? It's unmistakably Santiago. Fresh. Original. Sensitive
with dramatic fantasy. Santiago generated elegant images of beautiful women and odd human-like creatures masterfully. Through his color,
line and form he delivered fascinating and enigmatic visions.

"My paintings are what dreams are made of," said Santiago.


www.ramonsantiago.com

 
 
 

Steve Gadd by David Cowles

  DAVID COWLES:

Cowles was born in Rochester, N.Y. on November 3, 1961. Cowles'
work has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Vibe, Time, Newsweek, Playboy, People, The Village Voice, Money, Worth, Fortune, Fast Company, Los Angeles Magazine, New York Magazine, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The New Republic
and Vanity Fair, among others. Cowles produced five videos for They Might Be Giant's. Cowles has done commercial spots for The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, The Democrat and Chronicle, The Rochester Institute of Technology, and an award winning PSA for the H2O Hero campaign.

www.youllputyoureyeout.com/cowles.html
 
 
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