Danielle Mulcahy is a illustrator, filmmaker, and multimedia artist residing in Massachusetts with a BFA in illustration and Film, Video. She has illustrated children's books, magazine editorials, directed, shot, and edited creative films for private companies, musicians, other artists and herself. Lately she has been concentrating on creative collaborations with musicians creating videos and documentaries while working on her independent short film series called "The Seed Series". When she is not filmmaking she is illustrating for books and magazines with the common theme of farming and self sustainable living. She also spends time processing sheep and alpaca fiber to spin Skein Scarves for her pop up shop BarnYard Saints on Martha's Vineyard. In her spare time she is playing viola or outside mountain biking and getting into a variety of other potential hazardous, adventurous situations.
Danielle's Website: www.DanielleMulcahy.com
Mr. Roman’s artwork draws from a number of sources. His paintings are often mixed media abstractions, using acrylics and oils. Some incorporate edgier tools like silk screening and spraypaint. Lately, Mr. Roman says he has been inspired by an English landscape painter named J.W. Turner, and Philip Guston, an artist who Mr. Roman says “made giant ugly paintings.” Mr. Roman says he uses a lot of traditional structures and techniques, but they are often disguised: “I’m trying to ride this line between something that looks clumsy but perhaps gains a lot of its presence through that,” he said.- The MV Times
My name is Walker T. Roman, I am a Massachusetts based artist currently living on the island of Martha's Vineyard. Working primarily as a painter my recent work focuses on perception of landscapes and the abstractions both visual and linguistic we impose to understand them. While in Boston I produced mostly large scale abstractions which can been seen in my portfolio section, though returning to the rural setting of my upbringing has brought me back to smaller more tangible subjects for the time being.
Walker's Website: www.walkertroman.com