Anne E. H. Carroll: Anne has been creating art her whole life. She has been showing her work for the past nine years in shows from Florida to New York (and areas in between) and has won many awards for her artwork. Recently, Anne has focused her work on watercolor. Her drawing techniques lend themselves well to watercolor. Attracted to the play of light and shadow, Anne incorporates this in her watercolor paintings.
Linda Chatfield: Boston University, BFA, Delaware State University, MS in Art Education. Linda spent 2 years as curator, educator and CEO of three museums. Now a full-time artist working in oils, pastels, acrylics, watercolor, collage in mixed media and printmaking.
Rosemary Connelly: Studied fine art and graphic design at Arizona State University, Mesa Community College and workshops in Arizona and Delaware. A watercolorist, Rosemary has a passion for watercolor journaling.
Michael Fleishman: Michael is a relatively recent transplant from Yellow Springs, Ohio. A retired college Art professor, Mike is the author of seven published books on the theory, practice, and business of Illustration, Graphic Design, and creativity (with book eight in progress, by the way). Formerly a Contributing Editor at The Artist’s Magazine, he’s freelanced for Hallmark Cards, Recycled Paper Products, Pictura Sweden (among others) and contributed to How Magazine, STEP Inside Design, Computer Arts (UK), and more.
Mimi Galligan: Mimi began her career as a potter taking classes at the Delaware Art Museum. She went on to study pottery at Montgomery Community College in Maryland and Taos Institute of the Arts in New Mexico. Mimi now runs her own pottery studio, Rivertown Potter.
Kim Hanna: With a BA in art from Pennsylvania State University and graduate work in Graphic Design from the Corcoran School of Art, Kim has been a working artist for more than 25 years. Her work is in several private and public collections. She has lived and worked in the Washington, D.C. area, California and Connecticut and now maintains a studio in Milford. Working in several different mediums, her work is expressionistic and spontaneous in nature. She loves teaching children as well as adults. You can learn more about Kim and see her work on her website kimhannastudio.com