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Jan Loomis

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Janice Law Trecker

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Janice Law is a well published author of both fiction ( mostly mysteries) and non -fiction. Her most recent novels are the Francis Bacon series of mysteries from mysterious press.com and Homeward Dove ( Wildside).
She is also a serious painter


Jean Henderson Art

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Jean Henderson's main artistic goal, to be a role model for other mental health clients (she has bipolar disorder) and their families, is because NO ONE told her she could get better! She still must manage stress levels, but look at the work she makes!


Jennifer Caine

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Jennifer Holmes

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Artist, Painter in Oils, Watercolor, Pastel, including Landscape, Seascape, Still Life and more. Classes and Workshops are available as well as private instruction and collaboration. National Plein Air Events. My Studio/Gallery in Chester also includes several local Fine Artist's work.


Jessica Baradel

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Jessica Cerullo

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Jessica is a theater based social practice artist. Her socially and civically engaged art is grounded in somatic and contemplative practices that seek to build community connections and capacities for empathy. Original projects such as The Ships in the Night, Hear Here Walla Walla, Performing the Archive, and Miracle Tomato amplify community voices and intersect with oral and written histories.


Jocelyn Braxton Armstrong Ceramics

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Judith Barbour Osborne

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Kathleen DeMeo

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Kathleen is a painter, mixed-media artist and printmaker focusing on monotypes: imaginative landscapes, energetic abstractions and geometric compositions incorporating rich textures and vibrant colors. She strives for compelling images that resonate with viewers on a personal level. Please visit website.


KFOGG Studio

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KFOGG Studio provides original paintings and prints from landscapes to visionary artwork. Fogg is recognized for her colorist point of view and variety of imagery. The studio is also shared with the public to offer transformative art classes to the youth and adults.


Lee Palombo Photography

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Photography is “Evaporative Moments”. A story of someone, something, or some place. I am a landscape photographer and I teach photography at the New London Adult Education. My work is in Yale NH hospital, Westerly hospital, and the Lighthouse Inn. I do commercial property photography.


Leffingwell House Museum

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The Leffingwell House Museum, circa 1675, shows a two room home changing into a pre-revolutionary tavern, ending as a gentleman's residence by 1776. Interpreters evoke the independent spirit and lifestyle of early America using displays of original artifacts from 1645 to the Civil War.


Lilywork Artisan Tile

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Lilywork Artisan Tile handcrafts ceramic tile to create art for the home. Owners Paul and Esther Halferty use cross cultural inspiration to design and then make each tile by hand in their Stonington studio.


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