Jeremy Wade

Bio: Imagine being four years old, seeing a artist draw a person in front of you, and deciding right then and there the magic was to be your chosen career path. Sound impossible? Well, not for professional artist Jeremy Wade. When it became apparent that this was no passing fancy, Jeremy parents bought him his…

Will & Sherry Pelletier

Bio: Will and Sherry Pelletier are a married couple from Greenville, SC who both work in advanced technical environments. Sherry has a lifelong love for creating whether it was paper arts, sewing, or painting. While in college, she studied Asian art history, taking several trips to Thailand as a part of her studies. Will’s creative…

Chloe Alexander

Bio: Chloe’s work features original photographs and hand-pulled prints and printed merchandise. Samples of Chloe’s work:…

Marklyn Wilson

Bio: Marklyn Wilson is a mixed media collage artist. She has studied various art forms which she incorporates into her work. These include watercolor, papermaking paper marbling, and fused glass. She sold her work when she lived in Hawaii at the East Hawaii Cultural Center, Wailoa Arts and Cultural Center and Volcano Garden Arts. In…

Lady Tammy Powers of Dunans

Bio: Lady TPowers of Dunan, ( LadyT) is a graphic designer and college graduate with a Degree in Graphic Design as well as a self-taught artist of Cherokee and Irish descent. Born in the Chicagoland area, she took to art as soon as she was able to hold a crayon. Throughout her childhood, she developed…

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