Susan Wides uses New York and areas around the Hudson River as backdrops for photography with an emphasis on man's presence within nature.
Colourful photos of classic Americana by Michael Eastman present a sort of bittersweet nostalgia for a past that most people can only conjure up through images.
Braco Dimitrijevic provided a salute to the common man in the early 70s by putting photos of unknown passersby on prominent display in various major cities.
Daniel Tousignant's trees of life are paintings of an idealized landscape of a rather fairytale nature.
Vincent Sabella juxtaposes teddy bears, graffiti and the words of Tennessee Williams in a series of paintings entitled Bear on a Hot Tin Roof.
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