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Sandy Levine

Sandy Levine

Sandy Levine has been living and sculpting in New York City and West Palm Beach for the past forty years. She studied with Leonid Lehrman at the Sculpture Center and with Paul Lucchese in Pietrasante, Italy. Sandy has exhibited in group and solo shows such as The Cortile Gallery in Provincetown, The National Arts Club, and the Lincoln Center to name a few.
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Saul Martinez

Saul Martinez

Saul Martinez is an award winning photojournalist who has worked extensively in North and Central America. For almost 10 years his work has graced the pages and covers of publications such as The New York Times, Time Magazine, The New Yorker, LA Times, Stern Magazine, The Guardian, Le Monde, El Pais, The Wall Street Journal, CNN and Vice News just to name a few. His work engages issues of human rights, cultural survival, and social issues. He has also collaborated with the United Nations Foundation campaign for their Girl Up program. Saul is also member of the Everyday Projects on Instagram (@everydaylatinamerica,  @everydayguatemala) which uses photography to challenge stereotypes that distort our understanding of the world.            
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Serin Mahoney

Serin Mahoney graduated from UCF with a degree in Hospitality Management, but art always been a cornerstone in her life. She taught elementary age students as a camp counselor and substitute teacher. It was through this work that she discovered the importance of introducing children to the arts at young age. 
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Steve Brouse

Steve Brouse

Steve Brouse has  been teaching arts integrated lessons for grades 5 thru 12 for nearly 12 years through The Center For Creative Education.  He favors painting, 3-dimensional paper crafting, and working with recycled materials.  Steve has been with The Lot 23 Artist Residency for 3 years and he resides in Northwood.  He enjoys sharing his passion for the arts and strives to make the experience enlightening, imaginative, and fun for all. He has been known as Mr. Steve throughout his teaching career with the kids.  
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Ted Matz

Ted Matz

Ted Matz held the position of Chair of Painting and Drawing at the Lighthouse Art Center Gallery and School of Art in Tequesta, Florida where he taught watercolor, oil and acrylic painting, pastels, and plein air painting. He has taught classes and workshops in Michigan and Vermont and currently does domestic and international workshops in Massachusetts, Maine, Italy, France and Cuba. He majored in Watercolor at Eastern Michigan University and graduated from Kendall College of Art and Design.  He has worked in design related positions with Jacobson’s Store, Inc, Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor. Ted chaired and coordinated the First, Second, and Third Annual Lighthouse ArtCenter’s Plein Air Festival in Tequesta/Jupiter, Florida, and recently acted as consultant to the 4th Annual Festival which brings 40 nationally recognized plein air artists from across the country and Europe. To see his work visit www.tedmatz.com  
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Vishan Seenath

Vishan Seenath

Vishan Seenath is a graduate of Dreyfoos School of the Arts and earned a BA in studio art at FSU. He attended West Dean College, in the UK, to earn a MFA in painting and drawing from the University of Sussex. Vishan is an arts educator in Palm Beach County.
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Ying Zhou

Ying Zhou

Ying Zhou is a ceramic artist who has exhibited at Clay studio in Philadelphia, Pawabic Art Gallery in Michigan, and the Toronto Art Exhibition. Her residencies have been at the Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pawabic Pottery in Detroit, and Red Logger Clay Art Center in Mantegna. She graduated in 1983 from Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute, China. Ying also enjoys Chinese painting and brush making.
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