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Julia Clift is a Philadelphia-based artist, writer, and educator. After receiving her BFA in Painting and English Literature from Washington University in St. Louis, she studied under the painter Odd Nerdrum in both Norway and France. She currently teaches at Delaware Art Museum, Rose Tree Media Academy, and at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia. Her work has been exhibited in numerous exhibitions nationally, and her essays and reviews can be found in Title Magazine and The Huffington Post. To see Julia’s drawings and paintings, please visit

Delaware artist Rosemary Connelly has been creating watercolor journals for more than ten years. She spent two years living in Italy with her husband Bob, a photographer, where she recorded her observations of the world around her, filling countless journals with her notes and watercolors. Now living in Milford DE, with a studio in the historic downtown, she teaches workshops in watercolor journaling that regularly fill up and her students keep coming back for more. Rosemary’s students say her classes have changed their lives, allowing them to slow down, see and appreciate the little things and their own ability to capture them with pen and brush. Her website is

This talented artist and popular instructor is a cum laude graduate of Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, PA, and has garnered critical acclaim both locally and nationally. She has won awards with The Pastel Society of America, The Artists’ Magazine, and The Philadelphia Water Color Society as well as many local organizations. Her work has been featured in The Best of Pastel Books I and II, Art Matters Magazine, and Chester County Living Magazine. Visit her website at

Frank grew up in Scranton Pennsylvania. At the age of ten he had his first experiences with oil painting, initially taking courses at Marywood University and subsequently private lessons with a local artist.  He graduated from Bloomsburg in 1997 with a B.A. in Studio Art, his concentrations included Drawing, Painting and Ceramics while minoring in Art History. After graduating, Frank moved to Philadelphia PA and continued his pursuits in painting. In his time spent there he continued his studies in art, getting a post baccalaureate teaching certificate at Moore College of Art and Design as well as participating in painting courses at Tyler School of Art and Studio Incaminati. Over the 12 years spent in Philadelphia Frank participated in an extensive list of exhibitions both locally and nationally while receiving several awards for his paintings and teaching practices. In 2010 Frank moved with his family to Chester County PA.  Inspired by the crisp realist tradition of Brandywine Valley artists and the surrounding landscape, he had an abrupt shift in styles. He has departed from the primitive expressionist imagery of his early work to the highly realistic depictions of nature that have become his focus at this time. Visit his website at

Karyn receied her B.F.A. at the University of Pittsburgh and received Professional Certification at the American Jewelry Institute in Atlanta, GA. As well, she has been fortunate to train with industry luminaries such as Jean Stark and Julia Woodman. She has been creating unique art jewelry for the past 17 years. Karyn previously taught metalsmithing at the Center for Creative Arts in Yorkyn and private classes in her home studio. She is a member of Pennsylvania Society of Goldsmiths, American Craft Council, Society of North American Goldsmiths, and has earned Juried Status with the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. Her work can be purchased at numerous prestigious craft show as well as several local galleries and Museum stores. Recently her work has been expanding to include mixed metal wall art and clocks. Her website is

WENDY HATCH biography coming soon!

Caryn has been designing and creating one-of-a-kind and limited edition jewelry as well as small-scale sculptures with wearable elements for over 30 years. She studied metalsmithing at Philadelphia College of Art and Peters Valley Craft Center. Her work has been shown in galleries and exhibitions all over the country and published in numerous books and publications. She is a member of the Society of North American Goldsmiths and the Pennsylvania Society Of Goldsmiths. View her work at

Jacqueline is a sculptor and educator living in the Pennsylvania. She has previously taught classes at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA, Abington Art Center in Jenkintown, PA, Cheltenham Art Center, Cheltenham, PA and at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. Her sculptures have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her work is represented by the Rhonda Schaller Studio in New York City.

Rhoda is a ceramic artist living in West Chester, Pennsylvania.  Her tile work has been featured in magazines, newspapers and on television, including on the Home and Garden Television network (HGTV).  Rhoda created the centennial tiles for the Delaware Art Museum in her Alphabet City motif. Most recently, she finished a Guest Artist Residency at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for their Form and Art Program.  Working with a select group from the Chester County Art Association, Rhoda’s art has also been spotlighted in several award-winning displays at the Philadelphia Flower Show, receiving the blue ribbon in 2008 and 2011. Drawing from nature, much of her art bends toward the organic, making use of abstraction and collage.  There is a tactile intimacy that is translated through the mud between her fingers to her pieces that beg to be touched. Her handmade tile murals appear in public and private collections throughout the Delaware Valley—her most recent wall is located on the new E.O.Bull Center for the Arts at West Chester University. The  exterior wall spans 85 feet x 15 feet, covered in handmade tile and other shards with a painted background.  Other walls include the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry and the Historical Kearsley Building in Philadelphia, among other sites.  Rhoda has also taught classes and workshops at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, at regional art centers and has participated in a wide range of Resident Artist programs.  An occasional adjunct faculty member at West Chester University, she graduated from WCU in 1995 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Rhoda exhibits her hand-sculpted tiles and sculpture regularly at fine art galleries while also working on her commissioned tile work.

Amanda received her B.F.A. from The College of New Jersey, and M.F.A. from the University of Delaware. She has taught courses at Washington College, University of Delaware, DCAD, and Cecil College.  Exhibitions include Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE, Crane Arts Building, Philadelphia, PA, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, IL, and The Foundry Gallery, London Biennale 2006, Shoreditch, England. Her work is featured in The Drawing Center Viewing Program Artist Registry, NY, NY. View her work.

My passion for the arts is an integral part of my life. I discovered my love for metals after taking a class at the Delaware Art Museum and became fascinated with the manipulation of sheet metal into three-dimensional jewelry and works of art. Studying with many of our region’s most distinguished instructors has allowed my creativity to blossom over the last nine years. I like to use gemstones and found objects, often vintage finds, and integrate them into simple, clean, bold pieces using fine silver and 18kt gold with small amounts of sterling silver when necessary. Many of my works, whether jewelry, decorative boxes or bowls, incorporate hollow-form, anticlastic and synclastic forming as the basis of the piece. I hold onto a gemstone or found object until it reveals its place in my work. As I work closely with a client I strive to retain the simple and clean lines that are an essential part of my design philosophy.  Visit my website at

Roe graduated with a BS from Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, pursued graduate courses at Tyler School of Art and Arcadia University and completed a teaching certification through Immaculata College. She has taught art in Pennsylvania public and private schools and at the Wayne Art Center, in Wayne, PA. She has taken part in various group shows and has exhibited in various galleries. View her work.

Sam and Kate are directors of Masterpiece Art, where their purpose is to “ignite creativity and develop relationships.” Sam is a 1985 graduate of Antonelli Institute of Art and Photography and Kate graduated in 1987 from Kutztown University. Both are members in the Lancaster County Art Association as well as other organizations throughout PA. Both are working artists and exhibit their artwork throughout PA and DE.

Eo graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts where he also served as an instructor. Additionally, Eo has worked as a visiting artist or instructor at Drexel University, Moore College of Art, the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Texas. View his work.

Traci received her BS from the University of Delaware. She pursued additional studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and her one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces have been exhibited across the country. Currently, Traci teaches silversmithing classes at the Delaware College of Art and Design.

Denise received a degree from Penn State University, as well as certifications in Commercial Art from the Art Institute of Houston and Wilderness Camping from St. Leo’s College in Florida.  Previously a graphic designer, Denise now designs

KATE PLOWS Biography coming soon!

Diane Podolsky is a printmaker and mixed media artist based out of Philadelphia. As a teaching artist, Diane has taught through several organizations. She is passionate about printmaking and believes people feel empowered through mark making. Join her for a workshop or a Friday Night Print Social.

KATE ROBBINS Biography coming soon!

ERIN ROBIN Biography coming soon!

ERIN ROBIN Biography coming soon!

Bethany draws on a wide variety of interests, materials, theories, and personal histories to construct her mixed media site-responsive sculptural objects. Her work seeks to explore the visceral and emotional aspects of body experience. Rusen graduated with a BFA from Tyler School of Art in 2003 and earned her MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth in 2010. Her work has been exhibited nationally at a variety of venues, including Texas Tech University, Boston University and Concordia University in Minnesota. She is currently the ceramics studio manager at Main Line Art Center in Haverford, PA.  Visit her website at

DANNY SCHWEERS Biography coming soon!

Cynthia received her BFA from Philadelphia College of Art, now the University of the Arts. An accomplished artist and instructor, she has taught adult art classes for the last 20 years at such institutions as the Center for the Creative Arts in Yorklyn, Delaware, the Newark Arts Alliance and the Rehoboth Art League. Cynthia also actively exhibits her artwork throughout Delaware and Pennsylvania.