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ARTS: Artists



Dorothy Fine

Sandra Flood

Don Manuel Gonzalez

Florence Moonan

Li-hsien Chung Price
Bethlehem, PA

Dorothy Fine
65 Bonnell Street
Flemington, NJ 08822
(908) 303-6940

Piano lessons
Piano lessons for anyone, of any age and ability, with a desire to play the piano and explore music through this instrument. Lessons are individualized with an emphasis on reading the score and music's relationship with the other fine arts. Adults are encouraged to treat themselves to those lessons they have always wanted. There is simply no age too late to learn to play the piano. Lessons also for college bound serious students of the piano.

Ms. Fine holds a Bachelor's degree and a performance diploma cum laude from Mannes College The New School for Music, NYC and a Master of Arts from the University of Denver. Her own music studies began at age 3 and since then, she has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout much of the United States and has taught both piano and chamber music at several regional conservatories of music.

Visual Artist
Portrait commissions in pastel, figurative art and landscapes in pastel and mixed media. Workshops for children and adults to study masterworks by "re-painting" them in 3D with reclaimed items.

Ms Fine studied art at the School of the Museum of Art in Boston, the DuCret School of Art in Plainfield, NJ, and the Art Students League, NYC. She currently serves as the President and Spokesperson for Somi Fine Art (SomiFineArt.com), an artist managed co op gallery located in the Flemington Stangl Factory where her work can be seen.


Sandra Flood
Frenchtown, NJ 08825

Sandra Flood, is a full-time, self taught oil painter who's work has been received with enormous popularity over recent years.

Her work is primarily figurative, imbued with subtle yet compelling emotion. She greatly admires a wide range of both contemporary and historic masters- notably: Egon Schiele; Lucian Freud; Degas; Motherwell; Whistler; and Antonio Lopez-Garcia.

Without exception, even her most recent works reside in private collections in Zurich, Hong Kong, Greenwich, Manhattan, Princeton, Philadelphia and Chicago. Sandra lives in a 140 yr old house in Frenchtown NJ, on the Delaware River with her husband and three dogs .


Don Manuel Gonzalez
(908) 996-6664

Art Glass designs by Don Gonzalez range from functional to sculptural. His current focus is art glass designs for architecture, inspired by his study of Venetian art and architecture . Don began his career in studio glass art in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at Carnegie Mellon University . His home and hot glass studio, Echo Beach Glass, are located in rural Stockton, New Jersey. Don is the recipient of four artist fellowship awards from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and was appointed by the governor to serve a term on the Arts Councils' Board of Directors. He is the recipient of a 5 month residency fellowship from Creative Glass Center of America at Wheaton Arts. His vessels and sculptures are in numerous private collections and public collections.


Florence Moonan
PO Box 166
Stockton, NJ 08559-0166
(609) 397-1882

Florence Moonan grew up in Lambertville, New Jersey involved in the visual and performing arts at home, school, and local summer theater. Her heart was set on becoming a performer, but a gift set of acrylics from her father, a self-taught artist, redirected her focus. She returned to her early roots and began painting at home while she raised a family.

In 1977, she accepted a full-time administrative position at Trenton State College (now, The College of New Jersey) where she soon registered for a studio class in the evening each semester. In 1980, she enrolled as a student in the Department of Art. An unconventional painting class with Professor Chrisa Craig in 1988 changed her approach to making art. This change was further sealed when distinguished artist, Joan Snyder visited the campus. Prior to her lecture, Snyder saw Moonan’s work from Dr. Craig’s class in the student exhibition and asked for an introduction. The painter talked to her about her future as an artist. Her recommendations and words of encouragement provided the incentive to continue working in this new direction. Craig’s teachings, and Snyder’s works inspired her to express her internal emotions through color and texture. This was a pivotal time in the process of her artistic development.

She continued to work and study at The College, while building a professional portfolio. In December 2002, she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The College of New Jersey.

Moonan’s paintings have been selected for numerous juried shows, solo, invited, and group exhibitions in galleries and museums throughout the United States. New and recent paintings will be exhibited in a solo show at The Gallery at Hillside Square in Montclair, NJ in late February through May 22, 2014. Her work has been selected to be included in the 2014 Solo Exhibition Series at The Abington Art Center. A recent honor includes an invitational show representing nine New Jersey artists presented by the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission. Her artwork was selected for Philadelphia’s Art in City Hall 2013 exhibition: Library of Life, in collaboration with the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. In 2013, she was selected for a solo exhibition in the Main Gallery at Trenton City Museum. She was invited to participate in a two-person show with renowned stone carver, Ayami Aoyama, at The Gallery at Mercer County Community College in 2012.

Her work is held in the permanent collection of The College of New Jersey, the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission, BARC Developmental Services, and the Family Service Association of Bucks County. It has been recognized with awards from the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission, Phillips Mill, Ellarslie Open IX, Golden Key Art International, and others. The late Doris Brandes included Moonan’s work in her book, Artists of the River Towns.

Since retiring from The College in 2007, she is occupied full-time with painting and exhibiting. She and her husband live on a hillside in Stockton, NJ overlooking the hills of Pennsylvania. They have three sons, a daughter, and six grandchildren. Music remains a powerful influence on her work.


Li-hsien Chung Price
5404 Nala Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18017
(609) 636-2816

She is a member of Oil Painters of America, Portrait Society of America, Lehigh Art Alliance, Bethlehem Palette Club, and Artsbridge.

Li-hsien Chung Price's commitment to and achievement in the arts spans decades. She taught art in the public schools for over 35 years, earning the status of the Governor's Award for "Teacher of the Year" in 1987, and in 2002 winning a Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation fellowship for art teachers who were also productive





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