Craig received a bachelor’s degree as a studio art painting major from Middlebury College and pursued additional coursework and study at Dartmouth College, The New Hampshire Institute of Art and the Vermont Studio Center. Approximately twenty years ago, Craig incorporated underpainting and glazing into his creative process. Also, during his more than forty years as a professional photographer he has taught hundreds of photographers the art of portrait photography. He has been heavily influenced by the works of Edward Hopper and Robert Bechtle. Craig lives in Monkton with his wife, Mary. He is represented by The Northlight Gallery in Kennebunkport, Maine. craig-morris.pixels.com
FRANCES CANNON is a writer and artist of hybrid mediums, and is the author and illustrator of the graphic memoir, The Highs and Lows of Shapeshift Ma and Big-Little Frank, through Gold Wake Press. She has an MFA from the Iowa Writers Workshop in nonfiction writing, and a BFA from the University of Vermont. She has a book of poems and illustrations, Tropicalia, through Vagabond Press, and a book of poems and prints, Uranian Fruit, through Honeybee Press. She has a book of graphic literary criticism forthcoming with MIT Press. She has also contributed to Vice, McSweeney's Quarterly, The Believer, The Lucky Peach, and The Iowa Review. You can find more of her work at frankyfrancescannon.com
Jen berger works as an interdisciplinary, community and socially engaged artist and educator. Using street, stage and guerilla theater, visual arts, painting, printmaking, puppetry, video for education and dialogue she seeks to raise awareness and intervene in social issues that affect us all.
Jen is also works as a teaching artist, working with students in, and out, of the public schools, who are in early childhood through adult aged students.
Misoo uses “vulnerability” as a theme revealed through her emotional self-portraits, narrative fantasy, and abstract images. Exploiting her paints ability to be both fluid and to congeal in her technique, her large paintings explore feelings of fear in reaction to abuse, abandonment and neglect. In-between her painted layers and intricate mark making, Misoo weaves her stories of innocence lost together using threads from of her childhood nightmares, news headlines that scream tales of abuse and rape, her fear for her vulnerable young daughter, and the desire to escape into fairytale and fantasy.
Misoo graduated with her Master of Fine Arts degree with a concentration on painting from Florida Atlantic University in the spring of 2014. Misoo has exhibited in shows at Scope, The Art Place Wynwood in Miami, Cultural Council of Palm Beach County in Lake Worth, Boca Raton Museum of Art, The Gallery at Art House Delray, Las Laguna Gallery in California, Fresh Paint 7 in Tel Aviv, Israel, University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley in Texas, solo exhibitions at Durham Arts Council in North Carolina, Bailey Contemporary Arts in Pompono Beach, and Living Learning Center Gallery of University of Vermont. In 2018, she will be in the upcoming solo exhibition at Palm Beach State College in Florida and Champlain College in Vermont. Her work has been reviewed in Boca Raton Magazine, Palm Beach Arts Paper, Sun Sentinel, The Palm Beach Post, The Chronicle: The Independent Daily at Duke University, Seven Days, and INDA 11.
Misoo currently lives and works in South Burlington, Vermont and can be reached at email@example.com
Sage Tucker-Ketcham’s career spans over two decades with a background in studio art, education and arts administration. Originally influenced by abstract expressionism, her early works are about self-expression and physically working out ideas on large canvases. Her current work focuses more on context and about controlled expression in creating complex intimate moments. She is currently working on a new series of paintings that aim to activate a sense of environmental presence, using similar subjects and themes but in a larger format.
Tucker-Ketcham is a 14th generation Vermonter. Sage grew up in Vermont, Toronto, London, and the Washington DC area. Her adult life has been spent in Northern Vermont, Cape Cod and Maine. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and is in several private collections. Sage is represented by, Woodstock Gallery, Edgewater Gallery and Portland Art Gallery. Her painting studio is in South Burlington, Vermont.
Stephanie Bush is a Montreal native with an extensive exhibition record both nationally and internationally. She earned her MFA from the University of Waterloo, ON, with a minor in Women’s Studies. Currently, Bush resides in Vermont and divides her time between her professional art practice, teaching art and raising her young family. Bush is represented by West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park in Stowe, VT, Mill Brook Gallery & Sculpture Park in Concord, NH and Dedee Shattuck in Westport, MA.