Kansas-born artist, Lee Bowers, currently living in Santa Fe and Sherborne, England, received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University, and earned her Masters in Fine Arts from Cal Arts. Many of her paintings are held in private collections including the Hallmark Collection with Hallmark Cards. Bowers works in multiple two-dimensional media including oil painting, printmaking, photography, pastel, and watercolor over a 45 year career; 25 years as an animation/special effects designer/director in Hollywood; and many years as a gallerist. Less Bowers is of Chicasaw and English heritage.
Jacqueline Kamin received her formal art education from the Corcoran Museum School (Washington DC) and the Arts Students League (NYC). Kamin serves on the board of directors of the California Art Club, and is a member of the Salmagundi Club and Oil Painters of America. Jacqueline also serves as President and Master Signature Member of American Women Artists. She has one numerous fine art awards and teaches workshops in Santa Fe, NM and Scotsdale, AZ.
Stacy Kamin studied illustration and traditional animation at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Kamin returned to Los Angeles and found well-respected Chinese artist, Shuqiao Zhou of the great Russian lineage of Ilya Repin and Valentin Serovan to mentor her privately for siz years. She presently teaches at the Los Angeles Academy of Figurative Art, Brentwood Art Center, and the Kline Academy of Art, as well as online through the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Rolinda Stotts is the author of the complex ten-step process 'Bella Rotta,' Italian for 'beautiful broken.' Through the process of fracturing, which she refined over many years, Stotts manipulates the work to evolve it to an essence of having survived centuries. Rolinda's Bella Rotta philosophy emerged from the challenge to find beauty in human brokenness. She has shown throughout the United States, Canada, with 10.7 million dollars of Bella Rotta in private and public collections world wide.
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