Jessica Barber has a BFA degree with a concentration in Printmaking from the University of South Florida. She has been diligently working in a classroom environment alongside educators and students at Hillsborough Community College campus in Ybor City since 2015. She has also been apart of Cunsthaus at Tempus Projects for the last two years, which is an artist collective established to provide engaging cultural programs and experiences through a collaborative curatorial perspective in the Seminole Heights area of Tampa.
Angela Dickerson has a B.A. in Fine Arts from USF. She began working in metals in 2007 with a local mentor. She would describe her work as a merging of industrial and organic. Mixed metals, found objects and enamels have made their way into her repertoire. You can view examples of her work at www.angelasorganicas.etsy.com.
Susan Fredricks is a multimedia artist who pushes the boundaries of process both personally and professionally in order to facilitate discovery. A Tampa native, Susan received her BFA in printmaking from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, Oregon. She has interned at Graphicstudio in Tampa, Florida and has taught on both coasts of the US for over a decade.
Teri Navajo is a native to Tampa, Florida. Residing in Seminole Heights, Teri is an abstract painter and creates work mostly with Acrylics while also diving into various mixed media practices including collage and fiber. Teri is mostly self taught, in addition to being a full time artist Teri is also an art educator at the Tampa Museum of Art (Tampa) and Imagine Museum (St. Pete.) Teri also founded FRINGE Creatives in 2015, a collective where artists may connect and collaborate. Under Fringe, Teri organizes and hosts monthly art shows for local creatives at 13 locally owned small businesses.
Jujmo is a Tampa, Florida based multimedia artist whose work is heavily influenced by animation, manga, and folklore. She graduated from the University of South Florida with her Bachelors in Fine Art in 2013 and has shown work locally and live painted in the greater Tampa Bay area. Notable events that she has been apart of include Shine Fest, Gasparilla Arts Festival, Secret Walls, and Clean.
Will Douglas studied at VCUarts where he received a BFA in Photography and Film. In 2011 he was a recipient of a VMFA undergraduate fellowship. In 2015 he was included in the “Review Santa Fe 100” and awarded Emerging Talent in LensCulture’s top 50. Since then Will has been included in various exhibitions including “Skyway” at The Tampa Museum of Art, and “Peripheral Vision” at Candela. This year he is featured as one the of the artists in the “Annuale X” at the Light Factory in Charlotte, NC. He received his MFA in Studio Art at the University of South Florida where he was a graduate fellow, and recently he received a Lenscratch student award and a SPE Student Award for Innovations in Imaging. A monograph of his new body of work “Flat Pictures (You Can Feel)” will be published by Ain’t Bad in the spring of 2019.
Deb Dutton was born and raised in Zimbabwe, and has lived in the Tampa Bay area for 20 years. She graduated from Faulkner University, and has studied with a master calligrapher. Deb has 14 years of teaching experience, and she has been working with a range of calligraphic styles and approaches for over 50 years.