Art has always been a part of Lynne’s life. Her very creative parents made sure that she was exposed to different forms of art from early on. That gave her an open path to explore her creativity.
Lynne has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in
Greatly influenced by the oil paintings of Thomas Moran (1837-1926), and the contemporary watercolorist, Nita Engle, Pat's subjects have always been taken from Nature. Nature has created the images; Pat attempts to interpret them on paper and canvas as well as with fiber.
Robin Chlad (pronounced sha-lad) has been an artist all her life with a focus on ceramics in all forms. Originally from upstate New York she has lived in Tucson since 1986, attended Pima Community College in 1987 and started her ceramic design business in 1989 called, Art &
Jeanne Fellow has a M.A. in Elementary Education. She has taught 2nd through 8th grades (all subjects) during various years. Jeanne set up an art program for 300 students and taught art to 3rd through 8th graders. She has been teaching 25 or more art classes during
Owner of Shantu World Beads.
Previous owner of Piney Hollow on 4th Ave in Tucson for 37 yrs. Shannon has been doing jewelry repair, custom beadwork, and instruction, for 30 years. She now works out of her studio allowing more time to create jewelry, teach, and
Alex Jones was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, and graduated with a BFA in 1976 from the University of Cincinnati. The Sonora Desert has had a strong influence in his artwork since his first visit while a student at the University of Cincinnati. After graduating he moved to Tucson
My jewelry designs are fabricated and sculpted, fluid and interpretive. The relationship of art and communication, and the common threads that connect us intrigue me. Silver, colored stones, a bit of the unexpected, a touch of high karat gold, and a story that invites dialogue
Mosaic Guys -
With extensive technical background, Mosaic Guys strives to bring a fun and informative approach to mosaics geared towards the ambitious beginner and intermediate mosaic hobbyist. We also try to present
I love fire and have done since the age of 17 when I started making pottery. But then at the age of 55 my pottery business partner introduced me to the process of making glass beads. It was a brief play-time away from clay and kilns. It changed my life.
As an artist, my life has always been filled with the joy of creating art. I have worked in many mediums over the years, but continue to enjoy exploring the challenges of watercolor and its’ many possibilities.