SoHo Artists

We believe in the power of creation and the artistic inspiration need of our members. SoHo Places is the home of artists to display they creation every month.

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Joseph Meloy

Joseph Meloy (b.1982) is a visual artist born and raised in New York City. Working in a style he coined “Vandal Expressionism”, his particular brand of post-graffiti abstraction draws heavily from AbEx, art brut and Paleolithic cave painting, invoking primal elements of graffiti and the iconography of damage and intrusion from street art to turn the calligraphic scribbles of the street into a medium for artistic divination.

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Marco Santini

Marco Santini is a NYC-based photographer and street artist who draws inspiration from urban landscapes, graffiti and the organic cycle of regeneration that the City offers on a daily basis. He finds beauty in things that are typically overlooked while enjoying the juxtaposition of different layers and textures.

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Betsy Heffron

My paintings and drawings are the exploration of my surroundings; nature, urban living, objects. A red chair, vintage seltzer bottles, typewriters, windows, doors. I am a painter working in oils and oil bars, my approach to painting stems from academic and atelier training. Bold and exaggerated colors create vibration and energy. Objects become obsessions….color, as content..

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Previous Artists

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Paul Staffile aka Dwayne Atlas has lived in Tribeca for ½ century and has a passion for the honesty of music.


Pete Nicholls

Pete Nicholls is a writer and cartoonist living in New York City. he recently published a novel called MAN FROM ZERO which is available on Amazon.


Bob Jones

A few of the early childhood memories include my very first attempt at drawing a person sitting down from memory, numerous attempts to capture the images of the ocean waves and surfers (sometimes with surfers facing the wrong direction), and my first attempt at oil painting a music booklet, thinking that the notes were medieval handwriting.