Lauren Pritt

Posted on August 9, 2019 by cacmaster

I started screen printing in 2014 by taking the class at the Cultural Arts Center with Pat Bullen. I really enjoyed screen printing and wanted to learn how to print art that was durable for fabric. My passion for screen printing lead me to take over the class in 2015. Over the years our set […]... Read more

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Marjaneh Abbasi

Posted on August 19, 2019 by Holly Leber

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Sharone Putter

Posted on August 9, 2019 by cacmaster

Putter acquired her rich palette of art-making techniques during her many years of travel abroad. She studied philosophy and art history at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel, porcelain restoration in Dublin, Ireland, drawing in Marrakech, Morocco, and glass lampworking in Bohemia, Czech Republic. When Putter returned to the United States, she studied glass sculpture and […]... Read more

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Korranna Spurgeon

Posted on August 19, 2019 by Holly Leber

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Scott Hanratty

Posted on August 9, 2019 by cacmaster

I have a classical music background, and I am continually fascinated by how many aspects of Hand Weaving are similar to playing music.  About 7 years ago I learned to weave at the Cultural Arts Center and know the joys of what it is like to learn here.  I enjoy teaching new weavers this century’s […]... Read more

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Heather Motto

Posted on August 19, 2019 by Holly Leber

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Leslie Garman

Posted on August 9, 2019 by cacmaster

Having had sheep for many years I became interested in spinning which led to weaving. I learned to weave at CAC with Pat Bullen. My main focus is to continue to learn and share my love of weaving with CAC students. I do not sell my weavings but prefer to give them as presents.... Read more

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Mary Skrenta

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Mary Skrenta teaches multiple levels of jewelry at the Cultural Arts Center, is the Jewelry/Metals Studio Manager, and teaches various disciplines & levels at Columbus College of Art & Design, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts in 2016. She is a multi-media artist currently exploring a combination of experimental and traditional media in […]... Read more

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Michael Guinane

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The emotion of a single moment in time is what motivates Michael Guinane to paint.  Whether it be a still and quiet moment of an individual, or capturing the total environment created by multiple figures in one place, his work allows you to see deeper in to this time and place.  Michael paints to create an atmosphere for […]... Read more

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Mary Jane Ward

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Mary Jane Ward studied drawing and painting at the Grand Central Atelier in New York City, under Jacob Collins from 2012-2015. The program is a collaborative studio space, pursuing the methodology of historic ateliers to create drawing, painting and sculpture from life. Mary Jane was accepted into The Hudson River Fellowship in 2015. In 2017 […]... Read more

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