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Julie Chapman

Rizimu Chiwawa

Dmitri Danish

Marcel Demagny

Noah Desmond

Ton Dubbeldam
Stuart Dunkel

Cathrine Edlinger-Kunze

Mark English

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Marty Goldstein

Lindsay Goodwin

Georgetta Grabovschi

Dan Graziano

Michael Gumbert

Peter Gwisa
Corinne Hartley

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Carolyne Hawley

Jeff Jamison

Jacqueline Kamin
Mostafa Keyhani
Milt Kobayashi

Michele Kortbawi-Wilk
D.Edward Kucera

Sinisha Labus

Jeff Legg

James C. Leonard

Joseph Lorusso

Matthew Lovein

Michael Malm

Tapiwa Mapuranga

Terry Masters

Yanina Movchan

Javier Mulio

Perlagia Mutyavaviri

Alfredo Navarro

Agnes Nyanhongo

Moses Nyanhongo

Wellington Nyanhongo

Pietro Piccoli

Ramon Pujol

Bette Ridgeway

Michael Siegel
Marilyn Simandle
David Smith
Michael James Smith

Gregory Stocks
Kent R. Wallis
Edward Norton Ward

Charles White


Dan Graziano


"A Cocktail for the Girl with a Pearl Earring"


"Happy Hour with Hockney"


"Another Round for the Champ"


"Starry Nightcap"


"Trombone Solo"


"A Cocktail for the Queen of Joy"


"Trois Serveurs du Jeuner "


"White Wine and Gossip"

"Bring on the Dancing Girls"

"Waiter at Le Petit Marcel"

"Waiter at Les Deux Palais"

"Parisienne Chef"

"Rolling up the Sleeves"

"Friends at le Petit Varenne"

"Smoke Break"

"Late Afternoon Lunch"

"Morning in Paris"

"Back of the Bistro"

"Parisienne Sunset"

"NOLA Jazz"

"Into the Oven"

"Electric Miles"

"Old King Cole and the Merry Ole Souls"


"Chef's Knife"


"Brasserie Royal Opera"


"Basin Street Blues"

"Waiting on the Bench"

"Lunch Hour"

"Corner Pocket"


"Outside Absinthe"


"The Hustler"


"Cigarettes & Solitude"

"Ready to Order"

"Dive Right In"

"Striped Towel"


"I read the News Today, Oh Boy"

"Taking the Plunge"

"Bar Room Security"

"Pizza Man"

"Bel Air"

"Red Jag"

"Red Chevy"

"Rounding the Turn"

"Corner Bistro"

"Two-Tone Deluxe"

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Dan Graziano



     Dan Graziano is an award winning, nationally exhibited artist whose paintings capture the hidden beauty found in the unexpected places and fleeting moments of everyday life.  His work has been featured in numerous publications and is in the collections of private and corporate collectors throughout the world.

     His artistic vision began taking shape in the 60's, during America's explosive political, cultural and artistic awakening.  His first formal training focused on advertising and illustration, but a career opportunity in architecture and urban planning altered his original direction. 

     When he returned to painting, he was drawn to the rich complexity of the urban landscape – inspired by Edward Hopper and other urbanist painters. As an accomplished blues guitarist (his other great passion), he found the city streets, time worn buildings and multiple layers of decay and repair a visual parallel to the spirit and culture of the music.  In addition to cityscapes, his subjects can diversely range from a simple still life to rugged coastlines, small rural towns and forgotten roadside relics. Frequently, a small fragment of a larger composition will catch his eye because of its unique geometry or how it is magically transformed by the way light hits it.

     “In my paintings, I try to capture the hidden beauty found in the unexpected places and fleeting moments of everyday life.  I continue to be intrigued by the urban landscapes of inner cities - their active streets, time worn buildings and multiple layers of decay, renewal and adaptation - that proudly display the effects of age and use, which I see as testaments to strength, character and authenticity in contrast with modern society’s demand for newness, imitation, disposability and easy duplication.  My work is influenced by the American realists such as Sargent, Hopper and the three generations of Wyeths along with California painters Thiebaud and Diebenkorn.”



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