September 2021
student artists 

Some of the best art colleges in the country can be found in our region along with many exceptional art departments in liberal arts universities. RSFAA reaches out to art programs in PA, DE, NJ, and NY to invite full-time art students to both of our annual shows. 

 

Visit the September juried student artists in the center of Rittenhouse Square Park. We are proud to have these fresh voices as part of our show.

Taylor Brown

Rowan University

I use a very smooth technique as shown within my drawings and paintings. I primarily work with graphite and oil painting along with mixed media in sculpture.

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Madeleine Cohen

Binghamton University

My medium is oil on canvas in the Impasto style. I use a fine palette knife to meticulously layer each coating of oil paint: pressing down at some layers, while simultaneously pulling at others.

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Abigail Dudley

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

I work from observation and invention. I stretch my own linen and use traditional oil ground. I use oil paint to work in a range of sizes. And I also paint small watercolors.

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Holly Dudley

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

I primarily paint with oils. I paint small, intimate Alla prima paintings and larger studio work. I prepare all of my surfaces. I also have a vigorous drawing practice of figures and landscapes.

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Madison Greiner

Graduate of the University of Penn and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

I'm an oil painter and paint primarily on traditionally stretched canvas.
I also create gouache paintings on heavy watercolor paper

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Jay Harris

Studio Incamminati and Rowan University

I make use primarily of oil paint using the French realism style taught at Studio Incamminati. Using mediums from oil, to graphite, and charcoal, I explore all facets of classical realism.

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Abigail Leitinger

Rowan University

The majority of my work is done in ink, the ideal medium for the delicate, precise lines I employ in my pieces. Others, however, are done using acrylic paint, charcoal, oil pastels, and watercolor.

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Henry Murphy

The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

My work primarily consists of oil paintings on canvas or wood panels that apply a variety of techniques such as painting alla prima from observation , as well as in studio paintings from imagination.

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Linda Perry

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Methods include woodcut, intaglio, lithography using pine blocks, zinc plates and nitric acid, crayons and limestone, respectively. In most cases do not use a computer to create image or substrate.

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Kaela Pinizzotto

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

My main printmaking mediums are wood engraving and lithography. I carve and draw each image so the majority of the image is dark, putting focus on the one area that is illuminated by light.

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