Traci Harmon-Hay & Alexis Neider

Traci Harmon-Hay is the third generation of a family of female painters.  She received her BFA from the Maryland Institute of Art, pursued further studies with Michael David Brown of the Schuler School of Fine Arts and spent four years at Studio Six, a Baltimore artist’s cooperative.  Her watercolors are in collections across the country.   She is the founder and member of the Harmon Gallery in Wellfleet, which shows her work, as well as fourteen other artists.

Alexis Neider has exhibited her work throughout New York City and Brooklyn, included exhibitions at Pratt Institute, A.I.R. Gallery, and the Art Students League of New York, as well as in Connecticut, Missouri and Budapest, Hungary. She’s been awarded fellowships and residencies from the NYC Department of Education and Tribeca Film Institute; a Can Serrat Artist Residency in Spain; an Artist International Residency in Budapest; the Catwalk Artist Residency; the Fowler Dune Shack Artist Residency; as well as fellowships at the Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney museum of American Art. Neider received her BFA from Vassar College and her Masters from Fordham University. She studies at the Art Students League of New York, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum and the Lower East Side Printshop and teaches in New York.