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Lasky splits her time between Chichester and New York City.
In NYC she spends her days as the Director of a Child Care Center
in Harlem that serves 85 chldren ranging from two to five years.
Lucy has been taking pictures for 25 years of her travels to Asia
(Papau New Guinea, Thailand, Bali) Africa, Central and South America
(Panama, Costa Rica, Brazil), Eastern and Western Europe (France,
England, Spain, Greece, the Czech Republic), the Carribean, and of
course the USA.
She loves to take portraits of the faces that she sees everyday and
in her travels. She especially loves to take portraits of young childten,
unusual architecture and the inner world of flowers. Her interest
is in the wide palate of colors she experiences in the natural world
around her. She uses digital photography to bring out the colors she
Presently has an exhibit in NYC at Rootchi, a clothing store on the
Mark’s photographs have been used to sell everything from toothpaste
to bio-mechanical implants to securities class action litigation services.
He has photographed religious leaders, business celebrities, and pre-schoolers.
His images have been printed in the Phoenicia (NY) Times, the Woodstock
(NY) Times, and the New York (NY) Times. In recent years, Mark has
turned his talents to creating compelling fine art imagery in his
Chichester studio. Mark believes every image must stand or fall on
it’s own merits, yet every image stands in context to those
alongside, before, and after it. In this time of rapidly changing
fashions and technologies, one thing remains constant in Mark’s
work – an exploration of the unique powers of the still image.
You can see a wide selection of Mark’s photography at www.markloetephotography.com.
Lovelett I am a musician that has been building sound sculpture
since 1969. This is an art form that not many people in this country
are familiar with but is gaining greater recognition and acceptance
much the same way photography has over the many years. The pieces
that I make are one of a kind and eventually each one is recorded
as a solo performance as well as with an ensemble called " The
Sonic Liberation Orchesrtra". Many of my creations have been
written about or featured in publications here and abroad. The"
Sonart Gallery " is a building that I am renovating to showcase
not only my work but that of my cohorts around the globe. It will
also feature " musicians that are artists as well as artists
that are musicians." Dealing with this dichotomy to me is very
are invited to an exhibition and performance on my works on June 5th
at 7:00 PM. Three of my sound sculptures will be played at G.A.S
in Poughkeepsie. Admission is $10.00.