Group Exhibition: Alexander V. Dzyubko, Victoria Long-Wincza, Cornelia Peckart, Tyler VanHolst


January 10, 2014 - February 1, 2014


Opening Reception: January 10, 2014, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm


In collaboration with the HCA Concert Series featuring Andre LaPlante, Sunday, January 19 – 2pm


Alexander V. Dzyubko (Biography)

Alexander V. Dzyubko tries to discover the inner beauty of Nature and the Universe through visual means. Co founder of HCA "School of Classical Realism", Alex is responsible for implementing curriculum based on the heritage of "Old Masters" Schools (A. Ivanov. P.Rubens, Rembrandt), believing everybody can learn to paint and draw, with some time, correct knowledge and passion to fine art!

Victoria Long-Wincza (Biography)

Victoria Long-Wincza is an inspired surveyor, connecting to her surroundings through a lens of mapping architectural landmarks. She is the Education and Program Coordinator for HCA and Culture for Kids in the Arts. Victoria is developing a community arts base practise, integrating arts education and exhibition projects.

Cornelia Peckart (Biography)

Cornelia Peckart employs a variety of visual perspectives to interpret the fleeting nature of our vernacular. She teaches the HCA Children's and Teens Classes, Field Trip Program and mentors in the Culture for Kids outreach arts program. Cornelia encourages arts discourse and inclusive arts creation in the classroom and audience participation in her performance art and installation works.

Tyler VanHolst (Biography)

Tyler VanHolst is a local fine artist, exploring relationships between mental, emotional and physical anatomy through a process of deconstruction and reassembly of the human body. He is a visual art instructor in various Culture for Kids in the Arts outreach programs and employs a simple philosophy that the arts should be accessible, inspiring, and honest.

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