As stylists, we love and thrive off the arts, and selfishly use our house to host our inspirational fuel. Our gallery is a not-for-profit space, simply offering our walls to display the art of others. We use our gallery openings to connect with our neighbors, make new friends, and support the artistic community. You are always welcome to stop by and view the current art!
If you are interested in showcasing your work we as that you check out the details here:
PROJECT KILLING EVIL
Project Killing Evil, established in 2021 by makeup artist Luis Caruso Jr, photographer/graphic designer John Cosentino, and artist Annie Eagle, extends beyond artistic expression. Using Instagram, they amplify their mission, showcasing art and raising funds for nonprofits like Stand Up2 Cancer, No Kid Hungry, Breast Cancer Now, NAMI Foundation, and Born This Way Foundation.
Moving forward, they aspire to create more art, contributing to and supporting additionalorganizations.
Regina Molaro-Fish is an amateur photographer and freelance writer based in Middletown, NJ.
She enjoys traveling and exploring new destinations—whether she’s jet-setting across the globe
or uncovering new locations much closer to home.
Regina has visited more than 20 countries. Many of her photographs have been snapped at
locations abroad or on hikes in Hawaii or Upstate, NY.
A native New Yorker, she has studied painting in Florence, Italy during her college years. Before
settling in the Garden State, Regina also spent time living in London, England; Honolulu, HI; and
Although Regina’s writing has been featured in more than 20 publications, including Bespoke
Magazine at the St. Regis in Manhattan and Modern Luxury Hawaii, some of her photographs have
been spotlighted in Main Street Magazine in Millerton, NY—a publication she has been with for
FIRST EVER CRAFT HOUSE SALON
Come out and support your local makers! Join us on Saturday, August 5th from 5-8 pm.
Shop, mingle, and enjoy a night out in Atlantic Highlands!
Pat Butynski graduated from Middlesex County College in Edison, NJ, with an Associate's Degree in Marketing Art & Design.
By invitation, she studied "Personality in Design" at the School of Visual Arts, with Milton Glaser and Illustration, at The Parsons School of Design, both in NYC. ( both have combined to become known as The Parsons New School of Design!
After many years of renewed galleries, awards, and collections, Today, after a long bout with Ménièreʼs disease, Pat has found a niche on social
media. Her work has encircled the globe in private collections.
considered a national and international abstract/ mixed media painter and
an "influencer "@patbutynskiarttalk .
Jessica Violetta, b. 1986 is an American visual artist and surface designer based in the New York City metro area.
Growing up in New Jersey, Jessica was influenced by her family’s Italian American culture and its synonymous overlap with Roman Catholicism. She also found comfort and imagination in the forest-like setting of home, to which she could always return to between big city adventures.
Is a contemporary realist painter based out of the Jersey shore. Maria has a distinctive personal style that is a reflection of her playful, emotional, and nostalgic spirit. I’m inspired by destinations near and far, music that moves me, and love in all forms.
Her artwork has ranged in size from miniature canvases, measuring a mere 3x3 inches, to murals - A self-proclaimed extremist! Her full portfolio is rounded out by graphic design, screen printing, various mixed media, and guided instructional paint classes. A running theme throughout her artwork, no matter the medium, is my hyper attention to detail.
Very environmentally conscious and tryies to upcycle any medium she can get her paws on. This includes leather handbags, jackets, slate, wood, bone, terracotta pots, and even vintage prints and paintings that have been tossed aside and discarded. Maria enjoys breathing new life into each piece and especially loves the idea of contrasting subject matters. Introducing an unexpected element or twist to a classic theme is my absolute favorite concept.
Brandon Zenner is an American fiction writer and abstract artist. THE EXPERIMENT OF DREAMS, his debut thriller, has reached Amazon's bestseller list many times. THE AFTER WAR, a post-apocalyptic thriller, was a semi-finalist in the BookLife Prize in Fiction, a contest run by Publishers Weekly. His writing and reading genres of choice are thrillers, historical fiction, dystopian, science fiction, and anything with a psychological edge. Brandon’s artistic style is abstract, with a flair for bright colors. Geometric designs and flowing acrylic paint make up the volume of his compositions.
Brandon's artwork is on display and for sale in our Gallery from April to June. We hope you enjoy his colorful and exciting pieces.
Soul Summit Creations
Vanessa is an NJ-based crafter who combined her passions for creativity & movement in the work of her dreamcatchers.
Vaness's art will be on display through December here at Craft House.
John has been a working artist for 40 years. He works in a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, and mixed media. John graduated from the Philadelphia College of Art with a BFA degree in painting and drawing, received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in NYC. We feel fortunate to have John's work on our walls, as shown in galleries all over from California, Philly, New York, and Virginia.
Please visit the salon to see John's work!