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Alice Mizrachi

Alice Mizrachi is a New York based interdisciplinary artist and educator working in the mediums of painting, murals and installation. Her work explores the interconnectedness of individuals and community through the dual lens of compassion and empathy. Through figurative work that reinforces both personal and community-oriented identity, Alice aims to inspire creative expression and a sense of shared humanity through art.

Joel Blenz TRAP IF

​A native of Queens, New York, Joel Blenz is a painter working in conversation with textured surfaces, blending and writing as it is defined in the context of graffiti. Blenz’ current mixed media work has found its form and language through a transitional period; one where Blenz’ work evolved from primarily a street based practice into a studio practice. 

Trystan Bates

Trystan Bates is a multidisciplinary artist and curator based out of Weston Vermont. His work has been exhibited for over twenty years through solo and group exhibitions and collaborative projects in Latin America, Europe, and the United States. He frequently draws inspiration from world mythology / storytelling, history, nature, patterns of social interaction, and spiritualism which can be noted upon closer analysis of his work. He was the founder of HC Gallery and Honeycomb Arts in Buenos Aires for well over a decade and is currently working on the development of abstract series as well as more community based projects to launch in 2024.

Ryniee DeCheser

Ryniee DeCheser creates abstract art that are kinetic meditations on captured moments of remembrance, nature, and resilience.

Contrasts are part of Ryniee’s background. She graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Economics and a BFA in Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design. As part of her curriculum, she studied abroad at the Sorbonne University in Paris. There, Ryniee’s interest in abstraction began, where she discovered modern philosophers and their theories on language, namely that language can never totally convey the experience of the world and of the self. She went on to make a career in New York City, doing design for fashion and music brands, such as Oscar de la Renta and Universal Music. However, her love of abstraction brought her back to painting.

Her work is included in private collections in the United States, London, and Abu Dhabi— including some celebrities.


IMAGINE (aka Sneha Shrestha) is a Nepali artist who incorporates her native language and meshes the aesthetics of Sanskrit scriptures with graffiti influences. She has shown her meditative works in several exhibitions, commissioned works and public walls around the world from Kathmandu to Boston.

Sneha received her Master’s from Harvard University. Besides creating larger than life murals and paintings, Sneha passionately supports Asian art by working as the Arts Program Manager at the South Asia Institute at Harvard.