Nick Heaney

Nick Heaney is a graphic designer & artist. Before graduating from UMass Dartmouth with a BFA, Nick studied graphic design at Cape Cod Community College and Cape Cod Tech. Nick won the prestigious silver key in the Boston Globe’s Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in 2013. He also designed the logo for The Adult Education Center of Cod Community College as well as the Chatham shark logo for a clothing line at Mahi Gold in Chatham. He is currently a represented artist at PFD Contemporary Art. Nick has also featured his works at Steve Lyons Gallery in Chatham, GalleryX in New Bedford, The Cultural Center of Cape Cod, St. Davids Episcopal Church in Yarmouth, and RISD in Rhode Island.

Thomas Jorion

French photographer born in 1976, Thomas Jorion lives in Paris and travels the world to achieve his singular and timeless landscapes. Self-taught, he creates his photographs in natural light using an analogue large format 4x5'' camera. He captures places in ruins or abandoned, and allows us to rediscover and to imagine their past glory in a bygone era.

In 2013, La Martinière editions published “Silencio”, a work that combines several of his series: Silencio, The other America, Konbini, The Quest of the soviets...

From 2013 to 2016, Thomas Jorion has been focusing his photographic exploration on the former French colonies; this new series lead to a second book published by La Martinière “Vestiges d'empire” and presented on the occasion of his participation in Paris Photo.

Since Thomas Jorion has taken over and developed the series "Veduta" on the Italian Palaces and Villas. This series will be presented for the first time in Paris in February 2019

Steve Lyons

Steve Lyons’s work is fast becoming some of the most recognized art in the USA and Europe. He gained recognition in 2012 for his signature "Momento Paintings" -- small coastal studies and abstracts on scrap lumber -- when they were "discovered" by an international art critic from Europe.  Much of his acclaim has resonated from his re-invention of the impasto technique, which some cultural writers call "sculpted painting." With this signature technique, Lyons separates himself from typical impasto artists by creating singular tactile images, such as waves, faces and floral designs. 


In 2018, Lyons was named "One of the Top 15 Artists in the World to Watch" by Art Tour International Magazine. In 2017, Lyons was named 2nd in the world in Abstract Expressionism for “Women and the Universe.” Other awards include, in In 2016, "One of the Top 5 Abstract Expressionist Artists in the World" by the American Art Award,  being the first American to win the shared exhibition prize at the Stadtgalerie, Westerland, Germany, and the first American to open the Independence Day Celebrations in La Paz, Mexico. In 2014, he was the first American awarded private mentorship with Finland’s premier living artist and designer, Markku Piri. In March 2015, Lyons made international news when he was the victim of an art heist totaling $100,000. His art was eventually recovered with the help of the Berlin Art Theft unit. His work has been exhibited all over the world, including Freising (Munich), and Berlin, Germany, La Paz, Mexico and Poznan, Poland, as well as New Haven, CT, Boston, MA, Old Greenwich, CT, and Cincinnati, OH, and is held in collections by individuals and institutions.


His 2018 and 2019 exhibition schedule includes a variety of European locations including Barcelona and Madrid, Spain; Moscow, Russia; as well as Milan and London. His exhibition "Creativity Unbound" opened in July, 2018 at the luxurious ME Resort, Terramar, Sitges, Spain, to acclaim from the press and art collectors.


Lyons was born and raised in Portsmouth, Ohio, located on the northern banks of the Ohio River. He began painting as a child and by age eight had won his first competition, in Canton, Ohio. He earned a B.A. at Eastern Kentucky University, and an M.A. at Louisiana State University—where he majored in journalism and minored in art and was a Walter Hitesman scholarship recipient. 


Before calling Chatham, MA home, he resided in New York City, New Haven, CT and Boston. You can see Steve’s work at his working Gallery, Steve Lyons Gallery, in Chatham. He has been featured in numerous publications, including HuffingtonPost, Du Jour magazine and Art of the Times as well as the award winning television show, Chronicle. 


Eric Davis

Eric is currently enrolled in the pure math Ph.D. program at the University of New Hampshire. Growing up in Hudson MA, Eric was always passionate about art and creative expression. In his senior year at Hudson High School, he won the coveted Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards Silver Key. Upon entering college, Eric's interests shifted towards mathematics and formal logic; fields seemingly incompatible with painting. However, his love of math manifests itself in his work through the exploration of structure, pattern, and repetition. Influenced by his study of geometry and form, Eric's works play with sharp lines, harsh angles, and defined edges. He plans to continue exploring the connections between art and mathematics.

Emmet Towhey

Emmet Towhey is an 18-year old from Norwalk, Connecticut. Having spent his summers in the Cape his whole life, he draws from its natural beauty and color as inspiration for a large amount of his abstract art and semi-abstract landscapes.​

Boston Logan

Boston Logan is presently a junior at The Ohio State University where she is majoring in art as a member of the prestigious Industrial Arts Program. She has interned two summers with Steven Lyons at his studio in Chatham, Ma., and is planning a third summer internship. While still in high school, at age 16, she was the youngest person to take First Prize in the Delaware Art Castle Awards. Also taking first prize in the Delaware Art Festival at age 17. She has placed in the top five in the American Art Awards program every year in which she has had an entry. This competition includes entries from over 100 countries. Her Rose Hat series, which she developed while interning with Steven, has been widely appreciated and has sold to clients across the United States and Europe.

Gordon Tempest

A native New Englander, Gordon Tempest was born and raised in Rhode Island. His passion for photography began in the 1970s after a trip to New York City where he bought his first camera, a Kodak Instamatic. The bug was planted, and his love for photography grew from there. Over the years he developed his passion going from an amateur to a skilled professional. His goal and desire is to capture majestic scenery and once in a lifetime moments that will entice you to share in his vision.  Capturing the beauty of the Cape – one shot at a time.

Bobby Baker

“Bobby Baker is one of New England’s best coastal photographers” notes The Providence Journal. Shutterbug Magazine calls his work “remarkable photography...monochrome images soar with crescendos that almost let you hear the surf and be swept along it.” And the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce asserts his art’s appeal, “Bobby Baker has left an indelible mark on the Cape’s landscape through his stunning images.” Baker’s work is shaped by his love of seaside life on Cape Cod. His award-winning photographic art has been widely published in magazines, books, on websites, and his limited edition prints have been collected and exhibited in galleries and private collections internationally. Bobby has been awarded Copley Artist status by the prestigious Copley Society of Art in Boston, and in 2014 became the first artist/photographer to be represented by the renowned Steve Lyons Gallery in Chatham, Cape Cod.

Scott Farrell

After 22 years working in the media industry, Scott made the decision to follow a more personal, meaningful path by officially launching Scott Farrell Photography in March of 2012.  His scope of work covers everything from landscapes, nature, and rural and urban scenes to architectural and abstract photography.


A marketing major from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Scott's first cognizant introduction to the power of photography came from a high school Humanities class writing assignment about Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans and the FSA.  The project had a profound influence that lead to his development as a photographer.  


"Each time I look through the viewfinder and capture an image I can’t help but wonder how photographers Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans, or Ansel Adams might have seen the frame.  I also contemplate how painters Andrew Wyeth, Winslow Homer, and J.M.W. Turner might have interpreted a particular scene with regard to texture, tone, composition, and lighting.  These influences are omnipresent as inspiration and fountainheads of my appreciation for the art of photography."