years of experience with microsystems, midrange systems,
IBM AS/400, and PC computers.
curator: New Haven Free
Public Library, 133 Elm Street, New Haven, CT, 9/2005
curator: The York
Square Gallery, 61 Broadway, New Haven, CT, 1988-2005.
177 State Street, Bridgeport, CT, 2003-2007.
Consultant: The Naumann Gallery, 100 Route
139, North Branford, CT, since 2005..
Consultant: Good News Cafe, 694 Main Street
South, Woodbury, CT, since 2002.
Consultant: Madison Art Cinemas,761 Boston
Post Road, Madison, CT, since 2003.
Editor "The Entertainer" an Arts, Music,Theatre,and
entertainment news magazine, 1973-1978.
of forums and symposia on scientific & cultural history:
"Gnosis in Science
May 26-27 2001, Lake Quonipaug, Guilford, CT; "A
Metaphysical History of Time", November 3-4 2001,Lake
Quonipaug, Guilford; "Ancient
FORUM 2004", June 20, 2004, Arts + Literature Laboratory,
New Haven, CT. Email ALCHEMICAL/PHILOSOPHICAL
-- "Immigration scenes. Musicians. A glass of mint tea.
Women with long dresses. Bare feet. An airplane in flames. The
taste of ashes. Boats in the ocean. Earth and sky. Clouds and
mountains. Flowering trees. Solitude. Young brides. A burning
heart. Houses. The remains of ancient civilizations. Space and
time. A crowd of characters. Political and social contradictions.
Tragedies and hopes. Dreams and realities. Emotions, intuitions
and perceptions. These are the elements that inspire, shape,
and guide my artistic work." Master Printmaker Fethi Meghelli
was born in Oran, Algeria. He received his M.F.A. National School
of Fine Arts, Paris, France where he was awarded a five-year
fellowship by the Ministry of Culture of France. He received
his B.A. at the Nation School of Fine Arts, Algiers, Algeria.
official retail and wholesale websites of Chicago-based fashion
designer Dominic Pangborn
Retail website of Pangborn Ties: http://pangbornties.com/
-- Artistic expression for corporate and private collections.
"Nature is the primary focus of my work -- sometimes the
awesome forces of nature, other times the tranquility of nature.
I see the environment as forms occupying space. My abstract
shapes draw their strength from the firm basis in the natural
forms of the landscapes. The artist has the privilege to translate
nature's forms into various moods which will affect the inner
and spiritual emotions of the viewer." ~ Frieda Howling
-- Norey Agudelo's artwork has brought a significant new trend
of painting to the United States from South America. In a
1980 exhibition, at the Government Hall of Valle in Cali,
Colombia, Ms. Agudelo introduced a new concept called "El
Primimodernismo," as a personal idea based both on her
observation of the visionary motifs in Pre-Colombian Indian
art, and the styles of Universal Modernism. Incorporating
these principles into a theory she describes as "Human
Activation Through History," she presents a sympathetic
view of the human effects of major international events, such
as the 9/11 tragedy. Noriam's art elevates the spiritual sense
of destiny and human drama.
-- Ronald Cavalier, provides consultation, preservation, restoration,
and maintenance services for public sculptures for to museums,
historical societies, architects, private collectors and national,
state, and municipal governments.
-- Foundry owner Ronald Cavalier is the sole licensee to produce
authentic reproductions of the 1908 masterpiece, the famous
Lincoln Bust, created by the legendary American sculptor Gutzon
Borglum, the same sculptor of Mount Rushmore in North Dakota.
The bust is widely recognized as the most life-like portrait
ever done of this great American President, and remains one
of our nation's most treasured works of art. It is on display
in the crypt at the center of the Capital building in Washington
-- Jewelry Designer & Artist Wendy Gell, internationally
known since 1975. Talent, Oregon.
-- Miriam Green Antiquarian & Book Seller. 88 East Main
Street, Clinton. CT. Susan Alon, antiquarian, art historian,
-- Pointilist Cosmic Meditative Paintings by artist Sheldon
Santa Fe, NM.
-- Add-a-Line, Inc.: Picture story-board books by New
Haven artist Joe Fekieta, (formerly known as "Joe
Perils of Togetherness"
and "The Bricks of Love",
depicting the problems and issues of modern relationships, marriage,
Naumann, a successful lead-sculptor,
and former marketing executive for Westinghouse and IBM. His
wife and he share a small former-church building in CT which
they have converted into a couture-fashion boutique, and art
gallery, with his sculpture studio in the basement (Press
"View Sculptures & Paintings" to see all pages)
New Haven watercolor artist, painting aesthetic neighborhood-scapes,
florals, cityscapes of Sicily and Morocco: http://marialouisawatercolors.com/
large-scale, Abstract-Expressionist paintings, working with
themes of world-peace: http://jeanmarieconlon.com/
Axleroad, woodcut artist,
working with themes and allegories from Greek Mythology. Don
is a retired NY ad-advertising executive, company owner: http://donaldaxleroad.com/
International Gallery of Art--
contemporary art exhibitions & artist representation. Johnes
Ruta, independent curator & art director (1988-2005).
Ruta has worked
with artists from all over the world.
He's been an independent curator since 1988, presently Art Director
for the New Haven Free Public Library, since September 2005. --
From 1988, he was art director for the York Square Cinema Gallery
in the Yale campus area of New Haven, Connecticut, until the Cinema
closed its doors in July 2005. He was also Art Director for Playhouse-on-the-Green
in downtown Bridgeport from 2003 to 2007, and
has intermittently consulted for the Madison Art Cinemas, Good News
Cafe' in Woodbury, CT, and the Naumann Gallery in North Branford.
New York City, Ruta has collaborated with Gallery RIVAA on
Roosevelt Island NYC, Walter Wickiser Gallery, 568 Broadway,
NYC, Gregory Gallery, E. 57th Street, NYC; and with such
past New Haven area galleries as Art In Heaven, Immortality,
Windows Gallery. From 1995 to 2000, he worked closely with
The Chris Butler Group, at Bittersweet Farm, Branford, CT.
a writer, he is a researcher of allegorical symbolism and a theorist
on the historical evolution of art, science, and creativity. His
novels, Fires Eternal Morning, a "coming-of-age-story"
set in World War III, and The Rain of Ti' amat, an Alchemical-Landscape
allegory, are both written entirely from dream experiences.
In May and November
2001, June 2004, and December 2007, he created, sponsored, and organized
three-day forums and symposia on Scientific history, Ancient Philosophy,
Mythology, and Metaphysics.
From 1972 to 1978, Mr. Ruta was Managing Editor and theatre critic
of The Entertainer, an arts newspaper published in Fairfield
and New Haven Counties. In 1989-1991, he was Secretary of The New
Haven Artists' Coalition, and liason to the New Haven Mayor's Commission
on Cultural Affairs. From 1997 until June 1999, he was Program Committee
Co-Chair of the "Artists Congress 1999," sponsored
by the New England Artists' Trust of New Bedford, MA.
Ruta is an experienced Business Analyst, and a freelance Database
& Web designer, also working in business partnerships with Terrell
& Dana Naumann of the Naumann Gallery (Branford, CT), former
NYC fashion jewelry designer Wendy Gell (Ashland, Oregon), and systems
inventor Ray Coutant of Harbor Loft Technologies, Inc. (Bear, Delaware).
-- developed by kuton Graphics of Harborloft Technologies,
Inc. (Galena, MD) : an innovative, and labor-saving
Toolset built over Microsoft VML (Vector
Markup Language) providing Programmed Intelligence,
kinetic screen objects, multiple screen manipulation, &
inclusive dataset functionality.
-- VML Machine's object
structure correlates easily with Server Side ASP.Net
functions, offering a quantum leap in the internet experience,
both for the developer and web browser. VML
Machine is especially designed to provide high level
visual presentation within HTML. A new programming paradigm...!
(Branford, CT) -- Technical Director for web-site development
& implementation; Designer of visual concepts; Business
Manager for product development, sales, marketing, and Order
and Director of Product Development for Jewelry Designer &
Artist Wendy Gell, internationally known since 1975,
with a factory formerly located on East 37th Street, now in