Wendy Lubovich is a graduate of Christie’s Education in London with a Fine and Decorative Arts degree. She has been an educator at the Frick Collection and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City, along with the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. A writer specializing in art and design, Wendy is also a former television news anchor who brings a curiosity and directness into understanding art. A life long painter, Wendy’s passion is to connect people and art in a creative and conversational way.
Monica Valley is a media designer and an art historian, specializing in later twentieth century art. A popular teacher in New York museums and galleries, she is currently pursuing doctoral studies focusing on the early work of Robert Rauschenberg. Monica has programmed and led art study tours to India, Italy and Portugal, and is fluent in Portuguese.
Gabriela Vainsencher is an Argentinean-born Israeli artist who has been living and working in Brooklyn since 2005. Her drawings, installations and videos have been shown in galleries across the US, as well as in museums, galleries, and art fairs in France, England, Germany, Norway, Canada, and Israel. Her most recent project is The François Vase, a work for video projection and live string quartet, which she created in collaboration with her husband, composer Daniel Fox. Vainsencher is the founder of the Morning Drawing Residency, writes about art for The Huffington Post and Title Magazine, and occasionally teaches art at Williams College, in Williamstown, MA. She received her B.Ed in Fine Arts at The Midrasha School of Art in Israel and is a current MFA candidate at Hunter College in New York City.
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High Line Park, Meatpacking District, Chelsea, and Whitney Museum of American Art
Washington Square, Bleeker Street, and Church of St. Luke's
Various contemporary art galleries
Tate Modern and Contemporary Artist Studio