Andrew Hollander

Andrew has been taking photos for over 30 years and has become serious about his photography in the last 2 years. He has completed 3 photography courses:

On Assignment: Santa Fe through National Geographic

The Zen of Photography through Santa Fe Workshops

The Color of Mexico through Santa Fe Workshops

Andrew has exhibited his work in a Port Washington coffee house, won Best in Show – Black & White in the Long Island Center for Photography’s first juried photo contest and he was a finalist in an annual Citibank art contest.

Lois Levy

Lois Levy has had a lifelong passion for the fashion arts. She is a graduate of the High School of Art and Design, where she majored in fashion illustration. She continued her education at the Fashion Institute of Technology, earning an AAS in fashion design and illustration.

With over 30 years experience in the fashion industry as a professional designer and illustrator she has done work for numerous clients such as Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom’s, Lord & Taylor, The Limited, Victoria’s Secret and Macy’s.

Ms. Levy currently freelances under her company name of LL Design Group.

Edward McEvoy

Edward is an award winning Long Island artist, painting instructor, former Executive Director of the Art League of Long Island, and member of the Long Island Plein Air Painters Society. He has painted in Europe, Asia and throughout the eastern United States. Currently, most of his paintings are executed on Long Island. Ed works mostly with watercolors and occasionally with oils. His paintings can be recognized for their colorfully loose and bold style. Usually Ed can be found painting on his boat in Huntington Harbor or outdoors with small groups of plein air painters throughout Long Island.

“For me, watercolor painting is like skating on ice. It is risky, challenging, exhilarating and very gratifying. I paint with spontaneity to capture these emotions while at the same time preserving the nuances of the medium. Subject matter is necessary for inspiration, but through interpretation, I paint what I feel as much as what I see.”