Andrea Gianchiglia

Andrea Gianchiglia, is a New Jersey affiliated animal portrait artist. Andrea graduated from the Hartford Art School receiving her Bachelor in Fine Art. Andrea is a full-time artist, as well as an art instructor at the Visual Art Center of New Jersey, the Center for Contemporary Art, and the Hunterdon Art Museum. Andrea is has also recently been featured on film for an online course “The Art of Painting Horses.” Her memberships include the Society of Animal Artists, Pastel Society of America, Salmagundi Club, and the Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club.


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Ruane Manning

Internationally known artist Ruane Manning has been creating spectacular works of art for over fifty years. With a reverence for wildlife and animals, and an intimate connection with nature, Ruane's paintings evolve through his authentic detailing, innovative lighting and distinctive technique.

Ruane studied at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, then spent several years as a commercial artist, and has won awards from the prestigious Philadelphia Art Alliance for his illustrations and sculpture. In 1968, his first wildlife print was published, and since then, he has won international acclaim for original oil paintings, and prints created for such companies as the Danbury Mint, the Franklin Mint and the Hamilton Collection. His sculptures are included in the collections of U.S. Presidents Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford. Ruane’s home and studio are located on a farm in southern New Jersey, where he paints among his numerous animal friends and family.


Martine Marie White

Through her love of painting and animals, and over thirty years of appraising fine art, Martine Marie has developed a unique perspective in animal portrait painting. By converging 19th and 20th century techniques, Martine has developed a distinct contemporary painterly style that integrates both the past and present. All commissioned paintings are unique works of art, tailored to meet the client’s personal tastes and design aesthetics.