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Elizabeth Miller McCue
Elizabeth is more widely know as a sculptor of large forms and has a passion for drawing both as finished artwork and as preparation for sculptures later cast in bronze. Her work ranges from the monumental oil to the simple pencil sketch, each work revealing both a hand aware of line and an eye concerned with depth of field.
Leah K. Tomaino
Randolph, New Jersey
Sidetracks Art Gallery first introduced Leah's art to the New Hope area during the winter of 2006 in the show, Ménage à Tree. Her popularity with visitors led the Gallery to extend an invitation for an expanded one-woman show both new and selected work.
New acrylic and paper collages by Leah can be seen today. "Dear Artist" and "Sincerely the Curator" exorcise every artist's demons of gallery and museum rejections slips by turning them into witty collages representing new growth and vigorous life. Award-winning "Laurel's Wisteria" presented at the 21st Annual International Juried Show of the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey was recently sold to a New Hampshire resident.