Barbara Kennedy is a self-taught artist and comes from an artistic family. Early on Barbara learned to experiment with color, materials, and new ideas. She prefers painting in oils because of their rich colors and great ability to blend, but she also uses acrylic paints, colored pencils, and graphite in her two-dimensional work.
Alice Holleman is an illustrator living outside of Charlotte, NC. Within her work, she strives to communicate her sense of humor and observations of people into an illustrative format.
Danielle James is a native Delawarean, metalsmith, educator, curator and storyteller. She started her passion for jewelry making at Millersville University after dropping her Art Education BSA and devoting herself to metalsmithing.
Carl Petering is well-known to students for his positive attitude, ability to transfer his wealth of knowledge, and his promotion of excitement and discovery. He has a solid history of teaching, and one of his works was chosen for the cover of an international publication.
Richard Stephens is a native of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in 1969 with a degree in art.During the past few years Stephens has enjoyed success by winning awards in numerous watercolor shows and competitions around the country.