John Bozeman

Small Metals

John Bozeman, from (Mena, AR) has been a fabricator of gold and silver since 1974 and a stone cutter since 1981. He is also a luthier specializing in mountain dulcimers and works in astrophotography.

John Engler

Wood

John Engler (Battlefield MO) has been a professional woodcarver and watercolorist for over thirty years. He operates the John Engler and Associates Design Studio.

Judy Ditmer

Wood

Judy (Piqua, OH) has been turning wood full time since 1985, and has taught classes across the US and Canada for nearly thirty years. She has written two books and many articles on woodturning.

Judy Ditmer

Wood

Judy (Piqua, OH) has been turning since 1985, and has taught across the U.S. and Canada since1990. She has written two books and many articles on turning.

Judy-Lee Carpenter

Small Metals

Judy-Lee (Eureka Springs, AR) has a degree in commercial art with post graduate work in metalsmithing. For over 30 years her work has been in national shows and exhibits including Tiffany’s in New York and in the White House.

Julie Hop

Painting & Drawing

Julie Hop (Rogers, AR) earned her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Columbia College, Chicago. She has been a muralist and has participated in exhibits in Chicago, New Orleans and Eureka Springs. Julie has designed and implemented art classes for children, teens and adults and has experience as a public school teacher. She is currently Program Coordinator at ESSA.

Kate Koprowski

Textiles

Kate Koprowski (Lexington KY) is a self-taught fiber artist with a background in education. She has taught felting workshops locally in Kentucky and is a member in good standing of the Berea Arts Guild of KY. Her work has been featured many times on-line by sites like Bored Panda, ThinkGeek, Geekology, Fashionably Geek and others.

Katrina Pumphrey

Special Media
About Katrina Pumphrey Katrina (Eureka Springs, AR) is an artist and entrepreneur living in what she calls “a perfect piece [...]

Kip Powers

Wood

Kip (Rogers, AR) has been turning for over 30 years, currently making small to moderate scale vessels from domestic woods. He is a co-founder of the Stateline Woodturners and has taught at ESSA and the Arkansas Craft School.