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Jim Rigg

Jim Rigg

Jim Rigg graduated with a BFA from Wichita State University and was employed as a graphic designer for Kansas State University. Jim has been a painting instructor and demonstrator at workshops, art exhibits, art fairs, and presentations before art organizations. He was the former President of the Kansas Watercolor Society.  
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John Cutrone

John Cutrone

John Cutrone is a writer, letterpress printer, and book artist based in Lake Worth where he is proprietor of Convivio Bookworks. He is the author of the Convivio Book of Days Blog and, as quirky as Lake Worth can be, he is fairly certain he is the only person in town with a printing press in his home. He is also the Director of the Jaffe Center for Book Arts at FAU and a graduate of the MFA in the Book Arts Program at the University of Alabama.  
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Jon Greene

Jon Greene

Jonathan Greene earned a BFA in 1990 from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. He worked as a cruise ship photographer, photographer’s assistant, production coordinator, and commercial photographer. Jonathan’s editorial work has graced trade magazines and annual reports. His music photography has appeared in promotional materials, and CD art and music magazines while his advertising images have been published in major national magazines. Jonathan has participated in group and solo art shows. He’s traveled to & coordinated shoots in exotic locations including Bora Bora, Provence, and Prague, and has led workshops for professional photographers from around the world.   
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Joshua Davis

Joshua Davis

Joshua Davis studied illustration at the Savannah College of Art and Design where he earned his BFA. At University of Florida he earned his MFA with an emphasis in painting and industrial/mechanical design.  
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Kelsey Otocki

Kelsey Otocki earned her BA in English Literature from The University of Central Florida and has pursed a career in the non-profit sector, specifically with kids and the arts. As a Dreyfoos School of the Arts Theatre Alumni, she has always held costuming and fashion design dear to her heart. Throughout College she continued to pursue costuming through the Orlando theatre scene and has since taught Sewing and Design to young students at Educational Gallery Group here in West Palm Beach. Sewing and patterning is one of her many passions including illustration, painting and writing. Kelsey is always searching  for new outlets to express herself; she loves exploring new mediums and is consistently pushing herself to grow as an artist and a teacher.    
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Laura Konecne

Laura Konecne

Laura Konecne is a mixed media artist who works primarily in wood, metal, and stone, but dabbles in other mediums when it is required. Her work has been shown at the Hawaii State Art Museum and the Honolulu Museum of Art Spalding House. She has received several acquisition awards from the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts and has work in both public and private collections.  Laura holds a BFA in sculpture from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  
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Leora Klaymer Stewart

Leora Klaymer Stewart

Leora Klaymer Stewart was born in Jerusalem. She immigrated to South Africa and then to the US, where she received her BFA and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, with a major in weaving and textile design and a minor in art history. After graduating, she lived in the artist’s village of Ein Hod, Israel on a travel fellowship from the Art Institute of Chicago. She began her teaching career at the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, where she established a Graduate Program in Fiber Arts. She received two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grants. In NYC, she set up the Llama Studios for Architectural Textile Art and taught courses in the Fiber Arts, first at the New School for Social Research and Parsons School of Design and in the Art Department at Baruch College, CUNY, and then at FIT, NY. She became a resident of Palm Beach, Florida in 2007 where she continues to develop her work. www.leorakstewart.com   
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Lisa M. Johnson

Lisa M. Johnson

Lisa Johnson graduated from Miami University with a BFA in metalsmithing and jewelry design and continued her education at Indiana University where she earned an MFA. Her artwork exhibits traditional methods found in metalsmithing and jewelry and frequently incorporates ceramic techniques to enhance service ware, jewelry, and sculpture. Lisa has been awarded residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, Haystack Mountain School of Craft, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, and the Armory. Lisa exhibits nationally and internationally and has appeared in many recent industry publications. Her passion for teaching classes of all experience levels enables her to motivate students in developing their studio skills and finding their voice. Lisa is the Director of the Jewelry and Metalsmithing department. www.lisamjohnsonart.com                    
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Maria Tritico

Maria Tritico

Maria Tritico was born and raised outside of Houston, Texas. She received her BFA in Photography and Studio Art with an emphasis in Metals from Texas State University in 2012 and graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a Masters of Art in Art Therapy in 2015.  Maria works predominately in jewelry and sculpture using alternative stone setting techniques and multiples to create scale and volume within a single piece. Since 2008, Maria has exhibited in local and national art shows, and she has worked in art instruction in a variety of settings from children's summer camps to assisted living facilities.
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Marisa Marulli

Marisa Marulli

Marisa Marulli is an explorer, photographer and journalist with a passion for connecting people to the unknown. She has travelled worldwide to capture her images, and has exhibited locally and along the East Coast. She has been featured by the Palm Beach Post, and was a participant in the first exhibition juried by Brent Stapelkamp, the famed photographer of Cecil the Lion. 
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