Rebecca Skelton earned her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama.  Ms. Skelton has taught art classes as an adjunct professor for University of Tampa, St. Petersburg College, USF St. Petersburg, HCC Ybor, and Eckerd College as well as for the Morean Arts Center, Creative Clay, Youth Arts Corps, and the Dali Museum. Her work is in the Morean Arts Center, Florida CraftArt Gallery, Davidson’s Fine Art, and Articles.


Erin Williams is a Black artist and creative currently based in St. Louis, specializing in drawing, abstract acrylics, and printmaking. Williams has been featured in various newsletters and sites, leads workshops and painting classes, and is currently earning a MFA in Illustration and Visual Culture program at Washington University in St. Louis.


Mary Zeran grew up in a family of women artists. Sculpture and painting were their visual language. Abstracted shapes and forms were their words. Each time Zeran picks up a brush or scissors, she immerses herself in the language of her family.

Zeran has exhibited nationally and internationally in New York, Seattle, Kansas City, and Chang Mai, Thailand. She has been reviewed in The Art Examiner, Seattle Post Intelligencer, and Artweek. Museum permanent collections include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, and Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

Mary Zeran was born in Iowa City, Iowa in 1964. She received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from University of Iowa. She lives and works in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.


Nichole Gronvold Roller is a painter who received a BFA in Art Education from Minnesota State University of Moorhead, an MA in Art Education from Boston University, and an MA in Painting from Bradley University.

Gronvold Roller is represented by the BoxHeart Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA., and James May Gallery, Milwaukee, WI. Her paintings can also be found with Leslie Tyler Design, Peoria, IL., and The Painting Center (Art File), New York, N.Y.


Dianna Woolley is a visual artist, living and working in Williamsburg, VA, with one foot still standing tall in Walla Walla, WA, where she is part owner of Combine Art Collective Gallery. She produces abstract work, primarily in oils, imbued with elements she believes speak to her audience promising the feelings of abundance and well being through living with fine art.


Ginnie Gardiner received a BFA from Cornell University in 1974. Current exhibitions are: ‘Echo: Ginnie Gardiner & Amy Talluto, Recent Painting and Collage’, at the Albany International Airport, Nov 20th – April 25th, 2022, and ‘GINNIE GARDINER: INTERLUSION: Recent Painting and Collage,’ at the Carrie Chen Gallery in Great Barrington, MA,, Dec 4th – January 2, 2022. Upcoming: Complex Muses, Curator, Todd Bartel, Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, MA, May 15th – September 4th, 2022.


Liz Atlas lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She received her BA in Anthropology from SUNY Binghamton, and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. For many years she worked three dimensionally, with a variety of materials, however, in the last five years, she has shifted her practice to focus primarily on painting. Her work has been exhibited in galleries in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, as well as abroad, most recently in France, online and in NY.


Kathy Cantwell was born in Trenton NJ and is currently living and working in Montclair NJ. A member of The Painting Center in Chelsea area of New York City. Cantwell received her BFA from CWPost College and attended the Visual Art Center of NJ where she learned encaustic and now teaches encaustic there. She has shown and is collected nationally and internationally.


Jo Ann Rothschild has been painting for more than 50 years. She is the first recipient of the Maud Morgan Purchase prize of the Boston MFA and received a grant in painting from the Mass Cultural Council.Rothschild has exhibited in Boston, New York, Chicago, Berlin and Havana, and has work in Museums, Universities and private collections.


Pawel Jezak is a Polish-native artist living and working from my home studio in Co. Meath, Ireland. “Throughout my life I have always been fascinated by images and how the world is seen through the eyes of others. As a result, in my teenage years I started drawing my own interpretation of the world surrounding me.

Although the nature of my work varies from time to time, it almost always involves paper as a canvas. These canvases are made from a collage of newspaper articles placed together to create a truly unique background on which I can draw or paint in ink or acrylics. Part of the artistic process involves browsing through newspapers in order to find articles that would suit the finished piece.

I draw inspiration from many sources; however, the most powerful images that trigger my imagination are black and white photographs. I believe that each piece of art should tell a story or be part of one.”