Featured Member Interviews

Rebecca Schultz

Rebecca Schultz

Featured Artist: Rebecca Schultz Interview by Karen Hunter McLaughlin Since we've featured our member artists in 2016, we've added a few new members. Rebecca Schultz and I have gotten to know each other a little since working together on some new printmaking projects...

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Megan Grugan

Megan Grugan

Featured Artist Megan Grugan
Interview by Nathalie Borozny

Featured artist Megan Grugan talks about thinking in color, creative decision making, and how she communicates through her encausting paintings.

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Julie Mann

Julie Mann

Featured Artist Julie Mann
Interview by Mo Ganey

Mo Ganey recently had the pleasure of interviewing featured artist Julie Mann to learn about the many tools she employs to create art, and how she got involved in our artist collective.

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Brenda Howell

Brenda Howell

Featured Artist Brenda Howell
Interview by Karen Hunter McLaughlin

Karen Hunter McLaughlin and Brenda Howell sat down recently for a conversation about art, friendship and motivation.

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Audrey Sullivan

Audrey Sullivan

Featured Artist Audrey Sullivan
Interview by Rashidah Salam

Featured artist Audrey Sullivan is an affilitated member who lives and works in Farmville, Virginia. Audrey is founder and creative director of Red Door 104, an art studio and unique learning center.

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Nathalie Borozny

Nathalie Borozny

Featured Artist Nathalie Borozny
Interview by Megan Greenholt

Nathalie Borozny, a newer member of our artist collective, talks about papermaking and her unique approach to photographic art.

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Janice Hayes-Cha

Janice Hayes-Cha

Featured Artist, Janice Hayes Cha
Interview by Kimberly Mehler

Boston artist Janice Hayes-Cha on creative inspiration, life challenges, feminism and Philly…

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Gillian Bedford

Gillian Bedford

Featured Artist Gillian Bedford
Interview by Glynis Raisch

Expressionist painter Gillian Beford– “More than being interested by the changing light on a subject, I care deeply about the emotion my work creates and about expressing what is inside of me.”

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Michelle Ciarlo-Hayes

Michelle Ciarlo-Hayes

Featured Artist Michelle Ciarlo-Hayes
Written by Julia Rix

A Studio of Her Own

Yes, all of the appropriate permits were obtained, a proper foundation was laid, and even soffit vents were all aptly installed.

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Rashidah Salam

Rashidah Salam

Featured Artist: Rashida Salam
Interview by: Janice Hayes-Cha

Meet Rashidah Salam, artist & professor at Philadelphia University who grew up in Malaysia!

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Megan Greenholt

Megan Greenholt

Featured Artist Megan Greenholt
Written by Julia Rix

Megan Greenholt and her garden live in St. Peter’s Village in Chester County, PA

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Julia Rix

Julia Rix

Featured Artist Julia Rix
Interview by Karen Hunter McLaughlin

Dig into how award winning print and watercolor artist, and art blogger, Julia Rix, stays motivated and where she finds inspiration.

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Karen Hunter McLaughlin

Karen Hunter McLaughlin

Featured Member Karen McLaughlin
Interview by Julia Rix

To find out a little bit more about the soul within her very keen mind, I asked her a few questions about her practice in Fine Art…

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Mo Ganey

Mo Ganey

Featured Artist Mo Ganey
Interview by GIllian Bedford

“I started to paint very simple designs with line and color and fell in love with painting. “

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Kimberly Mehler

Kimberly Mehler

Featured Artist Kimberly Mehler
Interview by Michelle Ciarlo Hayes

Michelle Ciarlo-Hayes sat down with Kimberly to play a bit of art-related word association so we could learn more about Kim’s creativity and inspiration.

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Teresa Westkaemper

Teresa Westkaemper

Featured Artist Teresa Shields
Interview by Ann Buss

Teresa describes herself as an artist who works in fiber at this moment.
Interview by Ann Buss

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Glynis Raisch

Glynis Raisch

Featured Artist Glynis Raisch
Interview by Audrey Sullivan

Featured Artist Glynis Raisch is a painter, graphic designer, wife and mother of two.
“I like to see the brush strokes. I’m drawn to the more painterly and abstract. I guess that’s where I use my children’s artwork as inspiration.”

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