Visual Arts

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Katelyn Coyle
“Comfort”

Katelyn Coyle is a 23 year old artist and a recent graduate of Lynchburg College. She currently lives in Lynchburg, VA with her boyfriend, Lee, and cats, Oklo and Neville.

Cormac Griffin

“Tioga Pass, California”

“Beaver Pond, NH Seacoast”

Cormac Griffin was born December 22, 1985. He is currently residing on the New Hampshire Seacoast.

Tyler Nicholson
“Untitled”

Whitney Rhodes
“The Real World”

Dave Richardson
“Continental Divide”

Dave Richardson is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design in the Department of Art and Design at Southern Utah University. In 2007, he presented at the AIGA Intent/Content conference in Nashville and at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii. He has conducted visiting artist lectures at several universities across the United States, including SUNY-Oswego, Vincennes University, and Bellevue University in Omaha. He has been teaching print and new media for five years, and received his MFA at Indiana University-Bloomington. His studio is based in Cedar City, Utah, and can be found online at daverichardsondesign.com.

Danielle Dubrasky is an Associate Professor of English at Southern Utah University.

Molly Sheldon
“Monsieur Dinotete & Madame Boner”

Molly Sheldon is an art and art history double major at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia. During the summer of 2007 she traveled to Europe with a scholarship to study drawing and painting with the Parsons New School for Design in Paris. Molly works in various media, from painting and drawing to mixed media sculpture, and concentrates in ceramics.

Leslie Taubenberger
“Silver Lake”
“Sunset Ty”
“Tulip”
“Wave”

Leslie Taubenberger is a senior Psychology major at the University of Mary Washington. She aspires to become a researcher and some day even a doctor. Currently, her creative space includes everywhere from the Blue Ridge mountains where she was born, to the rough atlantic waves where she breathes the easiest.

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