Greenwich, CT and New York City based interdisciplinary artist and active classical musician, Joseph Dermody has been weaving paths between the visual and performing arts for over a decade. "A symphony dancing over a canvas", one collector stated. His expression through music, painting, sculpture and structural design are held in fine balance and continue to influence his process across each discipline. Reconstructing organic materials and concepts into abstract paintings, sculpture, and furniture, Dermody's work is a personal commitment to artistic fusion and approachability. He has received twelve awards in the past five years for his artwork, three "Best in Show" titles, and spotlights in the NYTimes, Architectural Digest, New England Home, and Serendipity magazines, 1stdibs, and Property Brothers TV. Dermody's work hangs in public and private collections across North America and the UK, including a noteworthy installation at Montefiore Hospital in NYC. Joseph professionally plays the violin/viola with various symphonies around CT & NYC, is a founding member of 'Scape Trio, and holds faculty positions in Music at Rye Country Day School, Rye, NY and Concordia College, Bronxville, NY. Most recently, Joseph founded Harold Avenue Studios in Greenwich, CT; a mixed-use residential space for the development and support of artists in both the performing and visual arts.