Reddi-Arts Gallery 1037 Presents:

Reddi-Arts Gallery 1037 - June 2019


Doreen Hardie

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Richlin Burnett-Ryan


 Born in Georgetown, Guyana, South America. At the age of nine she came to the United States and settled in Brooklyn, New York

Richlin attended Clara Barton High School, took art classes at the

Brooklyn Museum. She attended college at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, N. Y., and The School of visual Arts, N. Y. C., for Graphics Design. She interned at Eric Mower and Associates.

 In 1991 she married artist, Weldon Ryan, started a family. With her husband started Rich and Well graphics, Inc. In 1999 worked as the Art Director of IDD Magazine at Thompson Financial, NYC. In 2004 she moved to Palm Coast Florida with her family and continued working as a graphic designer. She created Greenup Magazine, Voice Youth Magazine for the Florida Endowment Foundation, and was the creative art director for OVT magazine. In 2016 Richlin and Weldon Ryan opened Calypso Fine Art Gallery. She curates art exhibits for Bethune-Cookman University Preforming Arts Center and Visual Gallery, and the Yvonne Scarlett-Golden Cultural and Educational Gallery.


·         Yvonne Scarlett-Golden Cultural and Educational Center Gallery, Daytona Beach, FL 2019
·         Lightner Museum, St. Augustine, FL
·         The RITZ Theater and Museum, Jacksonville, FL 2018
·         African American Museum of Art, Deland, FL 2018
·         The Larimer Arts Center Palatka, FL 2018
·         Daytona Beach Art League, Daytona Beach, FL 2017
·         Jacksonville Public Library, Jacksonville, FL  2017
·         Calypso Fine Art Gallery, Bunnell , FL
·         The RITZ Theater and Museum, Jacksonville, FL 2016
·         SALVO Art Project, Bunnell , FL 2016
·         Yvonne Scarlett-Golden Cultural and Educational Center Gallery, Daytona Beach, FL 2015
·         Bethune-Cookman University PAC/Visual Arts Gallery, Daytona Beach, FL 2014
·         The Hollingsworth Gallery, Palm Coast, FL
·         The Flagler County Art League, Palm Coast, FL

Reddi-Arts Gallery 1037 - July 2019

Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn Art 
Studio and Plein Air Original Oil Paintings

 I currently reside in Jacksonville FL.  My passion for oil painting started as child and I have continually worked on excelling over the years.  I am happiest with a brush in my hand in the studio or out in the fresh air painting.

 Currently my studio is in the CoRK Art District here in Jacksonville.  I have been doing studio art for many years, but now my new love is Plein air painting. And I am also the President of the First Coast Plein Air Painters of Jacksonville, Fl.  I mainly paint oils although have tried other medias, I am a self-taught artist.  I currently teach oil class and do commissions as well. My love for the outdoors helps to see what has been created to it to canvas.

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Katherine Ryan

Katherine Ryan


 Katherine Ryan, Artist

Art for Katherine Ryan began as a family past time.  Born in Atlanta to an artistic family, Katherine has pursued her love for creating through many avenues.  Painting since childhood she studied art thru college and continuing education from both organized and private classes.

 After successful careers in interior design and graphic art, Katherine has concentrated on her first love, painting.  Inspirations from Florida to Hawaii, partnered with her love for bold color, allow Katherine to share her enthusiasm for life with other others under the “KRyan” signature.

 Be it beautiful sunsets, swaying trees or historical buildings, she finds a way to bring it to life.  Her range is from hard edge abstract to the soft, glowing waters of the Pacific & Ireland.

 Katherine is a Board Member of Jacksonville’s First Coast Plein Air Painters.  She is also a member of Jacksonville Watercolor Society and several civic associations. Her work is in private collections in the US & England.

 For further information, please contact Katherine direct at



Gallery 1037 - March 1, 2017 - March 31, 2017



Artist Statement: Richard Joseph

Anatomical imagery is the common theme in my paintings, drawings and sculpture.  My background in science and medicine is a natural connection to understanding the figure and the art of classical realism.  I am inspired by the knowledge and skill of the great masters, the classical figures of Greek and Roman sculpture and figurative artists such as Degas and Maillol.

Various processes including welding and forging steel, modeling clay and wax and casting plaster, aluminum, iron and bronze give me greater latitude.  I combine my fascination with anatomy, art history and the beauty of classical art forms in my work.

Artist’s Bio:

Richard Joseph, was born in Jacksonville, Florida in 1948 where he also attended public schools. He attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, earning both a B.S. in Biology and a D.M.D.  While at Emory, he was dually enrolled at the Atlanta School of Art and studied sculpture under professor James Clover and painting under the late Tullio Petrucci.

Joseph completed post-doctoral residency in oral and maxillofacial surgery also at Emory School of Medicine and has practiced in the specialty since 1977.  He maintains an active practice with hospital privileges, and he lectures both nationally and internationally.

He received a B.F.A. in painting, drawing and sculpture in 2015 at the University of North Florida.  He is a figurative artist who combines a fascination with anatomy, art history and the beauty of classical art forms in his work.


Susan Daly Voss  

Susan Daly Voss is a contemporary realist oil painter, who enjoys exploring the effects of light, whether it’s illuminating a still life, landscape or figure.

Originally from Jacksonville, Florida, her interest in art was nurtured at a very young age, beginning with summer camps at the Jacksonville Children’s Museum (now MOSH). Her focus eventually led to a BFA in painting and printmaking Summa Cum Laude, from the University of North Florida in 1986, where she earned the award of Outstanding Graduate of the Dept. of Fine Arts.

Daly’s education continued with her move to NY, where she studied at the renowned Art Student’s League and The Andrew Lattimore Atelier. She also studied regularly with Garin Baker at his Carriage House Studios, as well as American master Max Ginsburg. Time spent in the museums and galleries there was an important education as well.

Her years in NY were highlighted by her invitation to join the esteemed Salmagundi Club of NYC, founded in 1871 as a center for artists and collectors.

Back in her hometown of Jacksonville now, and with a studio in the CoRK Arts District, she looks forward to exploring the light and form of the Southeast’s coastal areas, as well as continuing her interest in still life and the figure.

Daly shares her life with her husband John Voss, and son Devin Daly as well as her studio buddy, standard poodle Jax, who is her biggest fan. She is also a songwriter, and can often be found playing her guitar and singing around town.


Kyriaki Karalis

Artist Statement: 

Kyriaki’s pottery is about line, form, and function. She creates utilitarian pottery with soft, elegant patterns that stem from math, language, and nature. Most pieces are intended to be used daily. She believes that using handmade objects can bring a newness, a specialness, to every day rituals such as drinking your morning coffee; it's this notion that keeps her rooted in creating functional pottery.


Kyriaki first found clay in high school where she skipped other classes (but never music or history class!) to spend more time practicing wheel throwing. She received her BFA in Photography from the University of North Florida in 2004, but continues to study clay indefinitely. In addition to making pottery, Kyriaki teaches yoga, takes photographs, wrenches on and rides bicycles, and spends as much time outdoors as possible.