Steve is an award winning watercolorist and popular tri-state area instructor. The artist holds a BFA from Richmond’s VCU’s nationally ranked art program as well as advanced studies at Baltimore’s Maryland Institute College of Art as well as numerous local, regional and national creative awards and honors. To visit Steve’s website click HERE.
Rosemary is a printmaker and member of Washington Printmakers Gallery, 1641 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC.
She has lived in many countries overseas and takes inspiration from a life in Africa, Asia and South America. She has taught studio art and art history in many countries as well as the US, and much of her work reflects a deep love of the history of art.
She has studied with many well known printmakers and painters, and enjoys sharing a wide variety of techniques with her students.
Diane DuBois Mullaly is an award-winning oil painter. She attended Tyler School of Art of Temple University, and since then has continued to study diligently with regional and nationally recognized painters. Mullaly’s subjects are wide ranging, and include landscape, still life, figurative, and miniature oil painting. A devoted plein air painter, she has been juried into Plein Air Easton eight times, and is a featured artist in the February/March 2018 Plein Air Magazine. Mullaly is the resident artist at The Green Phoenix Gallery, Easton, MD, where a large body of her work is on exhibit and for sale. As an instructor at the Academy Art Museum; she shares her love of painting, paired with all the technical knowledge she has acquired through her years of study. Mullaly lives in Talbot County, Maryland, near the Choptank River, with her husband and two quirky cats.
Brad studied Visual Communications/Illustration, first at Montgomery College, in Rockville MD, and then at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD, where he graduated with a BFA in 1990. While at Maryland Institute he studied portrait drawing with Abby Sangiamo and figure drawing with Peter Collier. Between 1994 and 1995 he took evening and summer classes at the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore. There he experience a classical approach to drawing and painting and a taste of the way all artists learned their craft prior to the twentieth century. The Schuler School is also where he had some of his first experiences painting outdoors with noted watercolorist Fritz Briggs. Over the years since he has gained priceless painting knowledge and experience in workshops with great artists like Carolyn Anderson, Tim Bell, George Strickland and Abigail McBride.
In 2016 was given the opportunity to share that knowledge by teaching drawing and painting classes in the Education Program at the Academy Art Museum in Easton MD.
Sheryl Southwick, BFA, is a teaching artist who exhibits frequently and demonstrates skills in several mediums. Her works are often a combination of mediums including drawing, printmaking and painting. To visit Sheryl’s website click HERE.
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