Lissa is a graduate of Tufts University. In April 2011, Lissa retired from the Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration where she served as Deputy Director. Since her career change, Lissa devotes herself to painting. Lissa has taken art courses at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, Zoll Art Studio, and currently studies with Paul Moscatt, and Bethanne Kinsella Cople . Her work is exhibited in local galleries.
Margaret works in oil, acrylic, and watercolor/ink. Her commissioned work focuses on pet portraiture from the clients photo. She also creates polymer jewelry including natural elements. Includes found objects, semi precious stones, Swarovski Crystals, and sea glass.
Michel is a mixed media artist who is best known for her analogue black and white photography and printings of black and white photographs. She retired from UMES, and now has her work represented by Causey Contemporary, New York.
Mark is an independent artist from Salisbury. He specializes in photo accurate drawings, ranging from graphite to ink and even chalk. He is also a photographer, wherein he has developed a series of themed photographs depicting a post-apocalyptic landscape.
Bette lives in Crisfield, MD, she is a watercolorist and teacher with 20+ years experience. She is nature inspired, often using a loose interpretative style of watercolor that magically exploits color and realism.
Dora Hetherington Todd is an award winning artist who grew up in the city of Philadelphia. She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters. She paints in oil and her work is done en plein air, meaning out in the open air. Her paintings are impressionistic and reflect a passion for life immersed in nature. Dora's paintings are represented in both private and corporate collections across the United States.
Kim received a BA in studio art from George Mason University and continued her studies at The Corcoran School of Art. Over the years she has taken many workshops from her favorite artists and mentors including; Larry Moore, Roger Dale Brown, Dawn Whitelaw, and Dee Beard Dean, as well as always studying from the Masters both past and present.
Richard Husband, the artist behind Yonder Studio Arts, began drawing in mid-2014 after retiring from the U.S.G.S. in Golden, Colorado. He draws portraits of musicians, actors, artists, and other well-known people. He also began painting several years ago. He does original compositions as well as studies of painters such as Rockwell, Sargent, Homer, and others.
Caroline is a web designer, she specializes in watercolor, alcohol inks, acrylic, photography, and computer graphics
Cheryl is a Delaware artist who has had the opportunity to experience living in a variety of geographic regions of the United States and South Pacific, creating a passion for travel and for interpreting the world in paint. Although she works occasionally in other mediums, Cheryl's primary focus is watercolor and acrylic, with watercolor in the lead. Cheryl's paintings reflect her love of regional land- and waterscapes, local places and events, although she does not limit her subject matter to Eastern Shore themes. She paints both in studio and en plein air, producing award-winning paintings that are held in private and public collections throughout the United States.
Brigitte enjoys the act of painting and the happiness that painting gives her. She is a member of the Worcester County Arts Council in Berlin, MD,the Art Institute and Gallery, Salisbury, MD, the Art League of Ocean City, MD and the Von Liebig Art Center in Naples, FL.
Bob's photographs are featured in the Annapolis Visitor’s Center on West Street, in numerous advertisements for Visit Annapolis, in the lobby of the Clantenoff Pavilion at the Anne Arundel Medical Center, on the cover of the 2015 Annapolis Visitor’s Guide, and on the cover of the December 2014 edition of Chesapeake Bay Magazine. He is a board member of the Maryland Federation of Art, and has exhibited in numerous juried shows at the Circle Gallery and other venues, an active member of the Digital Photography Club of Annapolis.