Ryan Stolp

Pen & Ink, Drawing, Fabric & Textiles, Sculpture, Digital Illustration I graduated Tufts University with a degree in Engineering Psychology, and a strong focus on illustration and comics. Engineering Psychology, or Human Factors Engineering as it is commonly called, is an interdisciplinary study that approaches design and engineering from a human perspective. It lives at the intersection of psychology, ergonomics, …

Katie Cooney

Watercolor, Drawing, Pen & Ink, Photography, Screenprinting Much of my time is spent marveling about the exceptional beauty and need to care for the world around me, a notion that I translate into my fine art and photographs. I am passionate about exploring, story telling, the natural world, conservation, and the Grand Tetons (seriously, can’t drag myself away). Through photography …

Jenny Dowd

Ceramics, Sculpture, Print Making, Pen & Ink, Drawing Jenny Dowd is an artist interested in objects that are collected, the motivation behind collecting and the interaction of these objects. Primarily working in clay, she creates objects for table, wall and floor surfaces as well as installations designed to interact with their space and each other. Sculpture, drawing and utilitarian pottery …

Charley Daveler

Watercolor, Oil Painting, Acrylic, Drawing, Fabric & Textiles, Writing Charley Daveler is an American author and playwright best known for her ongoing online serial, Stories of the Wyrd. She writes primarily speculative fiction and satire, using a memorably dark humor to describe love in fantastical worlds. Though raised in Wyoming, she has lived in Los Angeles, Western Australia, and New …

Cal Brackin

Watercolor, Drawing, Pen & Ink, Filmmaking, Animation Cal Brackin is a master illustrator and community development professional who understands how artists are powerful intermediaries between the citizens, professionals, and policymakers creating change in an interconnected world. Along with being an artist, he earned his BA and MA in International Development, served in the AmeriCorps, Peace Corps-Mongolia, William J. Clinton Fellowship …

Andrew Faris

Drawing, Acrylic, Oils, Photography, Sculpture Andrew Faris integrates the basic elements of design with painterly elements of gesture to forge new ground in abstract art. His process is both structured and intuitive, employing his design skills by finding the simplest solutions and letting go of control and opening up to new discoveries in his painting medium.The result is a fresh …

Kathryn Mapes Turner

Oil Painting, Watercolor, Drawing My need to create flows from the privilege of participating in the miraculous nature of the creative process rather than rendering some notion of a perfect product. The creative process is a confluence of nature’s inspiration and my personal interpretation of what I am experiencing. I strive to create paintings that record my own experience of …