Artist Members

We are honored to present the work of emerging, established, local, and regional artists who reflect the diverse cultural and artistic makeup of our community. 

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Zakia Ahmed

The painting “Bride”, is a typical Indian subcontinent bride, shy and timid with traditional wedding outfit and jewelry. On the other hand, the style of the painting is just the opposite. It’s non traditional, very much abstract, especially in the background.  Here, the traditional theme and modern style blend to create harmony and beauty as if it were meant to be.

Meta Dunkly Arnold artbymeta.com

Meta Arnold works in assemblage and mixed media. Many of her pieces are kinetic, interactive, and narrative, designed to lead the viewer on a journey of discovery. Her recent architectural assemblages are inspired by reliquaries and shrines. Meta also teaches art to young children, with a hands-on studio approach to art history. She sees making and teaching art as a perpetual treasure hunt to find the magical hidden in the ordinary.

Manveen Bindra www.artstudiobymb.com

My journey with Art dates back to my school days. I had indulged in oil painting in my late teens. Through the years I have experimented with acrylics and pastels. My home adorns most of my paintings from past and present. I have also been teaching basic art techniques to children for the past 3 years. I have been able to grow my vision and confidence through them. I have indulged in various mediums including acrylics, oils, watercolor and Gouache. Recently I am exploring the world of Wall Murals and have had an absolute time creating this recent one! My love for creating has sometimes taken me beyond the canvas. I love baking and cooking something new in the kitchen every so often. I have taken a few classes at Arts council of Princeton and it has helped channel my creative energies through other mediums. Painting has always been my meditative zone. The process through which you isolate yourself from the outside world and you can control everything!
Have you ever felt so excited that screaming with joy did not express your excitement enough? Have you ever felt so angry that going to the gym and punching a punching bag for an hour did not exhaust all your anger? If not joy or anger, maybe fear, sadness, envy or doubt. Those over-the-too, mind numbingly over powering feelings are what ignite my artwork.

Janet Felton

As a former graphic designer my interest in the arts in not only 2D. I love to draw as well as work in ceramics. The forms I create in porcelain are functional and refined. I also have created a whimsical population of porcelain polar bears in order to call attention to the plight of their loss of habitat. My drawings are my attempt to capture the personality/essence of the animal or subject.

Gary David Fournier

I am motivated and inspired by love of the natural world, color, texture and composition. I love how my work gives me the opportunity to express myself in a variety of ways. Landscape, winter scenes, boats, rivers, seascapes, still life and architecture are my typical subjects.
Artist focusing on European castle ruins, cityscapes of medieval Europe and portraits of classical and Gothic horror figures.

Joseph Goldfedder


As the creative process emerges through my drawing and sculpture, it feels as if I cross through a threshold from the ordinary world to the non-ordinary. A visual language of memory, symbols, dreams and imagery stirs within me and awakens cellular memories of ancient cultures. For me, the creative process is like a trance journey, one where I feel a connection to the descending energy of Spirit. From this journey fragments of artistic ideas begin to activate and emerge. I work to translate these visceral and subtle ideas into both two-dimensional and three-dimensional form.

Adriana Groza

Adriana is a visual artist born in Transylvania, Romania, currently living and working in Hamilton, NJ. She has worked in fluid acrylics since late 2017, focusing on creating abstract paintings on gallery-wrapped canvas. Her best works are active and imply movement across the space, or they emerge from, or descend into space for the observer. Her work has been included in public and private collections as well as publications in the US and Romania.

Spriha Gupta

An evolving exploration of the landscape of the human mind, body and soul as it balances itself with the strength and vulnerability of nature.  Spriha is a narrative mixed media artist who is influenced and inspired by personal, societal and environmental changes around her.  Creating art gives her immense joy as she sees it as an opportunity to create a space for conversations and a look within while also exploring the various layers of the world we inhabit.  She has exhibited at many museums and galleries and currently her works are in private collections across the globe.

Margaret Kalvar-Bushnell facebook.com/catsnhorses

Margaret has studied  art throughout her working and retired life: Watercolor at SUNY/Purchase, charcoal and pastel drawing and painting in oils and acrylics at Artworks/Trenton and the Arts Council of Princeton.  Rendering landscapes, still lifes and portraits, she attempts to convey form and mood through color and composition.
My goal is to create various forms of felt, develop broad possibilities of feltmaking,  and educate the public about the hand made process of felting  using natural fibers and dyes.   My latest work with leather and gemstones is a process of taking a new path in creative process, challenges, and growing.
Hetal's art uses various mediums like pencil colors and dry pastels on paper and acrylics on canvas. Her understanding of healing colors and love of nature’s abstraction has culminated in a unique style employing a self-taught ink-drop technique which forms the surrealistic, vibrant backgrounds of her work.

Susan Mitrano bluefoxstudio.net 

Artist Members

HeirloomCards by Tamerra Moeller

I make iris-folded cards for all occasions. Iris folding resembles the opening of the eye's iris or the eye of a camera. Washi (Japanese paper produced in cold, running water) composes each figure. The resulting paperwork is delicate and intricate.

MadZ FashionZ www.madzfashionz.com/

My name is Madiha Naz, I am a self taught artist I find beauty in all the colors, my main focus is to play with colors and bring life to the things with different color combinations. I have always been found of makeup since childhood and practicing made me an artist of colors using vast majority of different types and mediums. 10 years ago I have started making headbands for my then born, newborn baby girl. All I wanted is a color matching but unique and different kind of headband for her with all her clothes and this passion of dolling up my baby doll has now become MadZ FashionZ. Now I work along with my sister in UK and create so many types of hand crafted jewelry mainly headbands and hair accessories but we now have a lot of categories including other types of body jewelry such as hand chains, nose chains, necklaces, brooches, anklets, bookmarks etc. Our things are loved by all ages and we also offer customized items on requests.

Tatiana Oles                   ​www.artoles.com

Tatiana Oles was born in Chishinau, the Capital of Moldova. She graduated from Academic School of Fine Arts in Chisinau in 1979 and received a degree in Russian Language & Literature from the Moldova State University in 1989. She came to the United States in 2002. Her art including oil, acrylic, watercolor paintings, decorative art, children soft toys, ceramics, quilts, and wearable art has been sold to customers in more than 16 countries.

Helene Plank                    facebook.com/All-Buttoned-Up-by-Helene-Plank

Helene is a visual artist currently working in mixed media, specifically mosaics created from recycled buttons and beads hand-sewn onto canvas. She has exhibited in venues including West Windsor Arts Center, Mercer County Artists, New Hope Arts Center, Artists of Yardley, Capital Health at Hopewell, and others.
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