Bainbridge Island has long been known as an Artist Community. The petite island of just 27 square miles, roughly the same size as Manhattan, is the home of Winslow Art Center. Owner, Educator, and Artist Martha Jordan has her hand on the pulse of today’s visual art scene. Hand-selecting the artist/teacher is the key to the success and future growth of Winslow Art Center. Martha hand picks working artists of national and international renown and provides a warm, inviting space, filled with the power of possibility, where teachers and students spend time and inspiration in an intimate environment. Here is the roster of talent offering classes and workshops at Winslow Art Center.
Mitchell Albala is the author of “Landscape Painting: Essential Concepts and Techniques for Plein Air and Studio Practice” (Watson-Guptill/Random House, 2009). A national bestseller, it has been called “a new classic in landscape art” (Katherine Tyrell, Making a Mark). He also hosts a popular landscape painting blog at blog.mitchalbala.com. He has been a respected and dedicated teaching artist for more than 25 years and currently teaches at Winslow Art Center, Gage Academy of Art, Pacific Northwest Art School, and in 2015, Arte Umbria in Italy. He has also lectured on Impressionism and landscape painting at the Seattle Art Museum and written for International Artist and Artists & Illustrators (UK) magazines. His atmospheric and semi-abstracted landscapes have been exhibited nationally and he is currently represented by lisaharrisgallery.com in Seattle. See his work at mitchalbala.com.
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Idaho artist Dana Aldis received an MFA from the New York Academy of Art and a BFA at the Corcoran College of Art & Design. She has taught painting and drawing at Shepherd University in West Virginia. Dana’s work has been exhibited in Washington DC, New York, Virginia and West Virginia. She works in various fine arts media as well as bookbinding. blog
Darrell Anderson paints in gouache, casein, watercolors, and oils, and draws in ink, graphite, and conte crayon. He studied under Ron Lukas, William F. Reese, Del Gish, Carolyn Anderson and others. He lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington and often paints near his cabin in Montana. website
Seattle artist Sarah Bixler earned her BFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Washington and has previously studied at Gage Academy of Art and Western Washington University. In 2010 her work was selected for a juror’s choice award at the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. Bixler teaches drawing and painting at the Gage Academy of Art. She enjoys the winter sun, early mornings and simplifying everyday objects into geometric shapes.
Northwest artist Aaron Coberly has been drawing for as long as he can remember. He started taking art seriously as a teenager after being invited to attend a life drawing class. Living and traveling in Europe further inspired him. He began oil painting in 1999. His work is primarily figurative with a stylistic nod to the Masters and the Impressionists. Aaron runs an open painting and drawing session in Seattle. Coberly continues to work every day to crystalize his vision by breaking things down and building them up. “I feel sometimes I have to lose myself in order to get a better understanding of where I am going. It can be a scary process but without it I don’t feel that I can grow as an artist.” website
Scott has been a working painter for more than 20 years, with work in collections across the country. His approach to teaching is to give the students the tools to express their ideas. Fundamentally, drawing and painting is an intuitive and expressive act. Technique and craft should be honed, but the artist must remain open and willing to play. And so must those who teach them. website
Karen Cornell is a painter and printmaker who has lived and worked on Bainbridge Island since 2004. A California native, she received her MFA in painting in 1998 from California College of the Arts in Oakland. Her abstract artwork is comprised of paintings on paper, panel and canvas, monotype prints and collage. The distinct processes—some spontaneous and quick, the others meditative and slow, complement one another and result in a varied body of work. Prior to receiving her MFA in painting, Cornell studied drawing, figure drawing and painting at San Francisco State University while working as a graphic designer. She also received a BA in Applied Art and Design from California Polytechnic State University. Cornell’s work is represented at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts and SAM Gallery.
A professional architect, artist Millard (Mick) Davidson studied under Ron Lukas, Del Gish, Bill Reese, Sunny Apinchapong, Xiaogang Zhu, Dan McCaw, Robert Moore, Jean Dobie, and Sumiao Jichujifa (Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts, Hangzhou, China). A veteran art juror, Davidson is a member of the Tucson Plein Air Painters Society and the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists. His work is in collections throughout the United States and in Mexico.
Hal Dean, AIA, has been an architect in the Southwest for the past forty years, opening a practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the early 1970’s and retaining it through 1999. A gifted and prolific designer and illustrator, Hal has been continuously involved in mentoring, practicing and teaching architecture for the past four decades. For over thirty years, he has traveled extensively, observing and recording in pen and ink the character of buildings, people, and their surrounding environment.
Tim Deibler has had a life-long passion for art. After graduating from the Art Institute of Colorado, he worked in the commercial art and video production fields until going full time as a fine artist in 1992. He has won five Awards of Excellence at the Oil Painters of America’s National Juried Show from such distinguished artists as Daniel Gerhartz, Peter Adams, Quang Ho, Ramon Kelly and Scott Christensen. Best known for his stunning portrayal of nature in oil, he loves painting the rugged mountain peaks, desert canyons, and the pounding surf. With the success of his book Capturing the Seasons in Oils, published by North Light Books, he has become a popular teacher and workshop instructor. His work has appeared in many books and publications including Art From the Parks, North Light Books Painter’s Quick Reference Landscapes, North Light Books Landscapes of Colorado, and Fresco Fine Art Publications. He has been featured in many art publications, most recently in the February 2012 Southwest Art article “Of This Earth.” website
Felicia Forte is a representational oil painter based in Detroit, Michigan. Felicia is a sought-after instructor of drawing and painting who has taught at various institutions including The de Young Museum of Fine Art and The Walt Disney Family Museum. In December 2013 she was awarded a month-long residency at The de Young Museum of Fine Art in San Francisco. In 2014 she participated as faculty at the Plein Air Convention and Expo in Monterey, California. In 2015 Felica’s Self Portrait will exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in London for The BP Portrait Award. Felicia maintains a studio in Hamtramck where she works on commissioned portraiture, gallery work, and offers instruction in drawing and painting to private students. She was born in Los Angeles, California in 1979. website
Elana Hagler was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, and immigrated to the United States at the age of five. She received her Bachelor of Arts in both Studio Art and Psychology from Brandeis University, Boston, and continued her studies for two years at the Master Class of the Jerusalem Studio School and in Umbria, Italy. She then received her Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. Elana has won multiple prizes in painting and drawing and has exhibited her work across the United States and internationally. She has taught fine art at Cornell College, the Delaware College of Art and Design, and at Swarthmore College. She lives and teaches in Montgomery, Alabama, and is a staff writer for the popular art blog Painting Perceptions. website
Steven Hill is an award-winning pastel artist from Lopez Island, WA, who teaches and shows his work nationally and internationally. Over the past 12 years, Steve has done over 55 workshops with hundreds of people, from inexperienced to advanced level artists. Each of his students has become a better painter than they ever thought possible, simply by focusing on the basics and being exposed to real-life instructional, narrated demos. Steve’s passion is to find special places, both home and abroad, and explore those with every element of my psyche dialed into the joyous, expressive and interpretive language of painting on-site. website
Award-winning, Maryland-based artist Hai-Ou Hou was born in Beijing, China, where she studied painting and ceramics at the prestigious Central Institute of Fine Art and Design. Hou’s work has been widely published and exhibited nationally and internationally and hangs in many museums, corporations, and private collections. She is the recipient of numerous fine art honors and awards and a regular participant in plein air events throughout the country. website
After graduating from Pacific Northwest College of Art, in 1974, Patrick Howe became the Head Preparator at the Portland Art Museum. In 1975 he completed an sculpture project for the Oregon Arts Commission. In 1976 he moved to Colorado and continued painting. In 1980 he was selected by the Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities (CCAH) to conduct workshops and classes throughout the State. He was also selected to be a member of the CCAH Chautauqua Tour, which included 40 artists of every discipline (musicians from the Denver Symphony Orchestra, actors from the Denver Theatre, dancers from the Denver Opera) and he was the only painter that year to be chosen out of thousands of visual artist applicants. He also lectured on the topic of art and the evolution of human consciousness at Colorado State University.
Patrick has exhibited his work in many galleries, participated in two juried exhibitions at the Portland Art Museum, and had a one-person show at the Loveland Art Museum, in Colorado. Patrick was also an award winning graphic designer, and produced branding, logos, calligraphy, and illustrations for many Fortune 500 companies. In 2004 he opened Patrick Howe Gallery, in Seattle, where he showed his artwork and held painting classes. During his time at the gallery he wrote “The Awakening Artist: Madness and Spiritual Awakening in Art.” The book was nominated for the Robert Motherwell Book Award in 2014 for outstanding and original thinking on the topic of Modernism in Art. The book was written for students of art and it reflects Patrick’s life-long interest in philosophy, eastern religion, psychology and art history. After the close of Patrick Howe Gallery, in 2014, Today he lives and works in Tangletown, in Seattle, WA. Website
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Ninalee completed her degree in Education before moving home to teach grade school. Forever interested in the visual arts, Ninalee began painting as a hobby using crafty acrylics that wouldn’t blend. She was thrilled to discover oils soon after and has continued to develop her style over the last ten years in that medium. When she began to paint she was most interested in the style of contemporary realism. As she attended lessons and workshops, her style evolved into one that is more impressionistic, and she soon realized that art was going to become much more than an enjoyable pastime. The strong differences in seasons of the Canadian Prairies have greatly influenced Ninalee’s work by encouraging her to document what can only be seen for part of the year. She prefers to paint subjects that are fleeting in some way – ones that don’t stay in a single form for long and need to be captured, which is why her work is mostly comprised of warm landscapes, birds, and florals.
Eric Jacobsen was born and raised in New England. He received a BA in History from Gordon College in Wenham, MA in 1989 and studied fine art at the Lyme Academy of Fine Arts in Old Lyme, Connecticut, from 1991-1995. At the Academy he received training in the Beaux Arts tradition of drawing and painting from life. Eric’s true inspiration is the amazing beauty that he sees in nature. Jacobsen is a plein air painter. He takes his oils wherever he goes, setting up on site, and working until his painting is finished.
Duane Keiser studied painting under Raymond Berry at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia and Lennart Anderson at Brooklyn College in NYC. His A Painting a Day blog has been written about in numerous publications, including USA Today, The New York Times and, most recently, The Huffington Post and Painting Perceptions. He has exhibited at Fischbach Gallery, Allan Stone Gallery and, most recently, the New York Academy of Art. His work resides in several corporate collections and hundreds of private collections worldwide, including the Gregory Peterson Collection.
Mike Kowalski spends most of his time painting watercolors and oils in Australia and overseas. He has been invited to all the major plein air competitions in Australia, winning best of show at the Northwest Plein Air Competition. Mike moved from the Seattle area to Melbourne a few years ago and is excited by the wealth of subject matter he has found there. Most recently Mike was awarded “Best Oil Painting” at the Mornington Art Show, a Jurors Award at the current NWS International exhibit, as well being juried into the prestigious American Watercolor Society. Last year Mike won the coveted Silver Medal of Honor at the 148th AWS International Exhibition for his watercolor “Read All About It”. He is a member of the Watercolour Society Victoria and Victorian Artists Society, and the American Watercolor Society as well as a signature member of the National Watercolor Society. website
Anne Samuel Lewis herself is a collage of teaching and designing experiences. She has taught children and adults at a variety of settings including, the Bellevue Art Museum, Cancer Lifeline and Pratt Fine Art Center. Her teaching style celebrates the belief that art is life enhancing and that every person is a creative being. She values the beauty of creating in a class setting where we are able to both connect to each other and explore ourselves. Her artwork reflects her background as both a graphic designer and textile designer. She earned a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Puget Sound and her teaching credentials from Pacific Oaks College.
Born in Taiwan, Kathy Liao moved to Southern California with her family at a young age. She completed her Master of Fine Arts in Painting at Boston University where she worked closely with painters John Walker, Richard Ryan, and Harold Radicliffe. She received her undergraduate degree from University of Washington, Seattle, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing. Liao’s creativity is fueled by a sense of play and an excitement for the unique visual language of paint. Strongly influenced by her dual Chinese and Japanese heritage, duality is a theme that repeatedly makes its way into her work. Liao is a recipient of various local and national awards including the Elizabeth Greenshield Foundation Grant, Brook Fellowship Scholarship from Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Constantin Alajavo Scholarship from Boston University, and Best of Show at the Collective Vision Gallery Juried Show. website
Lin Lucas is a visual and performing artist whose comics and illustrations have appeared in The Stranger, Top Shelf Comics, the Xeric Award-winning Two-Fisted Science, The Psychology of Race, and the French anthology LeDernier Neurone. He is also the writer-artist of the mini-series, Creepy Joe. A highly regarded teaching artist, he has taught cartooning at Seattle’s Northwest School, Gage Academy of Art, Powerful Schools, Pacific ArtsCenter, Path with Art, and at CoyoteCentral. website
Kathleen McKeehen studied in the Natural Science Illustration post-graduate program at UC Santa Cruz and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, where she drew botanical plates for botanists and studied under renowned British botanical artist Christabel King. She has taught botanical drawing and painting to adults since 2004. In all her work, she tries to show the intrinsic qualities of the subject; the beauty of natural objects is apparent when rendered accurately, and she is less interested in an “interpretation” of a subject than in a compelling and realistic image that captures its appearance and essence. website
Theresa Neinas is a Seattle, Washington based artist who transplanted from the mid-west in 1978. She started out the first year of her educational journey at Viterbo College in La Crosse, Wisconsin and after years of taking fun classes she finally knocked off the science and math classes she need to receive her BA in Art from the University of Washington in 1990 (to her surprise she enjoyed those classes as well). Theresa has been doing lino block prints since 1995 and has been enjoying it’s process ever since. She has taught at Seattle’s Pratt Fine Arts Center and at NWEncaustic. website
Cass Nevada is an artist and consultant who has worked with numerous biggies such as T-Mobile, Expedia, Google, as well as our own Pratt Fine Arts and Winslow Arts Center to help create a baseline understanding of social media channels and how to use them effectively. She is part of Shift Studio in Seattle and offers artful workshops in her West Seattle studio. Learn more on her website.
Washington artist Susan Ogilvie’s creative efforts have resulted in a busy gallery exhibition schedule, numerous national awards, and signature status with the Pastel Society of America in New York. She is a respected juror,an accomplished painting instructor, and popular guest speaker. Susan’spaintings are held nationally in many corporate and private collections, and published in The Best of Pastel, The Best of Drawing, and Pure Color: The Best of Pastel. Her work has also been featured in Southwest Art, The Artist’s Magazine, The Pastel Journal, and International Artists. Susan juried the “Landscapes and Interiors” category for The Pastel Journal’s 9th Annual “Pastel 100 Competition.” Ogilvie has a spirited and motivational teaching style and conducts several comprehensive pastel workshops each year. She is a frequent instructor at the Scottsdale Artists’ School and at the Hudson River Valley Art Workshops. website
Desmond O’Hagan enjoys working in a variety of media, but his primary focus is pastels and oils. Constantly challenging himself has translated into a fulfilling career in fine art encompassing several one-man shows and participation in group exhibitions in the United States, Japan, China, and France. He is a Master Pastelist with the Pastel Society of America and is listed in Who’s Who in American Art. O’Hagan has won several awards at the Pastel Society of America’s annual shows in New York City. He has also won the George Innes, Jr. Memorial Award from the Salmagundi Club. At the 1999 International Association of Pastel Societies Exhibition held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, O’Hagan was awarded the Prix’d Pastel Award (Best of Show). In May of 2005, he was inducted into the IAPS “Masters Circle”. His art has been the subject of feature articles in numerous magazines including “The Pastel Journal“ (December 2010, May/ June 2003), “American Art Collector” (August 2008, May 2007), “International Artist” (February 2001), “The Artist’s Magazine” (May 2005, September 1995 and 2001), “U.S. Art Magazine” (September 2002), “Southwest Art” magazine (February 2004, April 2002, and November 1987), “American Artist” (December 1989), “Artists and Illustrators” (England, October 1998), “Gekkan Bijyutsu Art Magazine” (Japan, May 1998), and United Airlines’ “Hemispheres” magazine (January 1996).
Randi Parkhurst makes artist books and boxes from her home/studio in Olympia Wa. She has taught at the Penland School of Crafts, Seattle Center For Book Arts, The Evergreen State College, La Conner Art Workshops and from her studio. Her books are in the collections of The Evergreen State College, University of Puget Sound and numerous private collections. She has exhibited her work at the Penland School of Crafts (NC), 23 Sandy Gallery (OR), Childhood’s End Gallery (WA) and many Northwest locations. She is a member of the Guild of Bookworkers, the Book Arts Guild at the University of Washington and Puget Sound Book Arts. Randi’s book arts, can be viewed on her video.
Britt Rynearson is a textile artist and owner of Chine, whose line of textiles is sold nationwide, including in The Seattle Art Museum. Britt has been in involved in design and fashion her whole life. A painting graduate of Scripps College, she later studied fabric in Italy, silk weaving in Indonesia, and became trained in the Japanese art of shibori. She has studied all aspects of fashion, and now creates wearable art. She is a gifted teacher, drawing from what she has experienced in her personal immersion in fashion. Website
Meticulously torn bits of hand-painted papers, delicately put together, form the exceptionally vibrant collages created by Artist Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson. Richard Colvin, curator for the Maitland Art Center says, “Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson’s artworks have a fresh quality that belies the way they are constructed.” Nelson’s “Paper Paintings” were featured in a solo exhibition at Maitland Art Center (September, 2010) called Exquisite Harmony and she was a First Place Winner in the category of collage for The Artist’s Magazine (2010) A tremendously versatile artist, she also plays the violin with the Maitland Symphony Orchestra, and works as a professional graphic designer.
Sarah is a Eugene, Oregon artist. Her paintings have found homes across the globe and can be seen at The Gallery at the Watershed in Eugene, and at her home studio, by appointment. She earned a BFA from Maryland Institute, College of Art, with a focus on illustration and painting, and a minor degree in art history. Sarah spends her time working on Daily Painting, writing in her blog and teaching workshops. In the past few years, she has been in two solo shows. website | blog
Gradually my visual world has been drawn in to focus on the intricate layer and contours of leaves and plant life, where a similar tension is created between the layering and mesh of forms versus the simplicity of the actual form and space. I immerse myself into the picture by exaggerating the strong organic shapes and vibrant colors, where I find a very positive and powerful life force. My goal is to envelop the viewer into this exciting and energizing world and come away feeling … Revitalized and Centered. Website
Artist/ Instructor Dianna Shyne has painted for over 30 years in watercolor, oils and acrylics. Ten years ago she settled on acrylic paint as her medium of choice for its speed, resiliency, flexibility, drying time on location and overall results. She has spent years working on ways to resolve the apparent weakness of the medium and turn them into strengths. Multiple award-winning artist Dianna Shyne infuses her paintings and workshops with a sense of vitality and life-affirming joy Whether teaching in areas as historically rich as Xian China, as remote as Nunavut Territories, or in her native Pacific Northwest, Dianna is dedicated to the artistic development of her students. To Dianna, teaching is a joy as well as an art. website
Instructor Lisa Snow Lady has a BFA in Painting and Art History from the University of Washington, and a degree in Ornamental Horticulture from Edmonds Community College and has been has been sketching and painting for over 20 years. She has a passion for travel sketching and is a member of Urban Sketchers. She teaches botanical sketching at the Volunteer Park Conservatory and through the University of Washington Botanic Center. Lisa loves to encourage students of all artistic levels. website
Northwest artist Henry Stinson began his university training at Washington State University, continued at the Art Institute of Seattle and ended with four years of intensive study, painting with master impressionist teacher Ron Lukas in his Seattle Studio. has been a serious artist for the past 21 years. Stinson has taught drawing and painting for the past 17 years in numerous colleges and privately owned schools and is currently teaching nationally, including workshops at the Scottsdale Artists’ School. He is a gifted instructor, noted most for his unique ability to create vivid color on canvas in a manner which inspires and supports the ideal leaning situation for painting students. He maintains an active painting studio in Washington state and continues to paint on location throughout the United States. He has exhibited his work in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Florida, Washington, and Oregon as well as the United States Embassy in Geneva Switzerland. Whatever the origin, Henry has the singular ability to translate moments into paintings, making his work popular with private collectors both in the US and abroad. website
Michael Story earned a BFA in Fine Art from the University of South Carolina in 1976. He later traveled to New York, studying pastel and oil painting under internationally know artist, Daniel Greene. Today, Michael Story is an award-winning artist who regularly teaches pastel and oil painting, guest lectures, and juries art shows. His client list of private buyers and corporate collectors continues to grow, including the Marriott Corporation, Progressive Energy of Florida, The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, Holiday Inn, Fluor Corporation, Erving Texas, and Walt Disney World. Story has work showcased in the Bush Presidential Library in Houston, TX.His paintings have been reproduced by major publishers such as Canadian Art Prints of British Columbia and distributedworldwide. website
Rickie Wolfe received a BFA in Printmaking and Painting from Cornish College of the Arts. She is Pratt’s Print Studio Coordinator and her work has been exhibited in galleries around Seattle and can be seen at SAM Gallery and at Fresh Paint Art in Los Angeles. website
Jordan Wolfson is a contemporary painter, born in 1960, and raised in Los Angeles. He received his MFA from Yale University School of Art in 1991. Wolfson has exhibited extensively both in the United States and abroad and has received numerous awards including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, the Ingram Merrill Foundation Grant and a Purchase Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters; he was a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA and the Ballinglen Art Foundation in Ireland. His work has been exhibited by Hirschl and Adler Gallery, J. Cacciola Gallery and the DFN Gallery in New York City. Wolfson is currently represented by Gallery 1261 in Denver, Prographica Fine Works in Seattle, Rothschild Fine Arts in Tel Aviv and Artspace Gallery in Jerusalem. He lives in Louisville, Colorado. website
Lois Yoshida turned her focus to a long-held interest in art after earning degrees in medical technology and microbiology from the University of Washington and participating in the development of a biotechnology company. She is fortunate to have been able to study with a well-known master sumi-e artist in the Northwest. Lois’ award-winning paintings have been exhibited in group shows, solo exhibits, and juried shows throughout the Northwest and internationally. Her work can be found in private collections in Washington, California, Maine, and Hawaii. She formerly taught sumi painting at the Bellevue Arts Museum and currently at the Kirkland Arts Center, Path With Art (Seattle), and in her Tacoma studio. website
Darrell Anderson paints in gouache, casein, watercolors, and oils, and draws in ink, graphite, and conte crayon. He studied under Ron Lukas, William F. Reese, Del Gish, Carolyn Anderson and others. He lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington and often paints near his cabin in Montana. website
Amy D’Apice is an artist, writer, teacher, and performer, not necessarily in that order. Ms D’Apice was an instructor for twenty years at the university level and continues to teach community workshops in the United States and abroad. She exhibits her work locally and internationally.D’Apice currently resides in Chiang Mai, Thailand where she is working on an exhibition of drawings and paintings as well as several writing projects. She returns to the Pacific Northwest each summer to teach and exhibit. Visit Art Conspiracy
Steven Reddy draws detailed illustrations of urban scenes, cluttered interiors and complex still-lifes on location in ink and watercolor. A teacher with Seattle Public Schools since 1998, Reddy spent 2010 traveling throughout Southeast Asia, teaching English and recording his experiences in his sketchbook journals. His drawings from China and Mexico appear in Danny Gregory’s An Illustrated Journey. Steven currently teaches Drawing and Illustration at Gage Academy in Seattle, teaches two popular on-line classes with Craftsy.com, is an active member of Urban Sketchers, and is kept busy with private commissions. Reddy has published three large-format illustrated memoirs which showcase drawings spanning 40 years from his obsessive sketchbook diaries. Now, Where Was I? An Illustrated Memoir, the sequel, This Is Then, That Was Now, a 282-page, full-color, 8.5″ x 11″ illustrated memoir, and Perfect World, A Sketchbook Journal. website: www.stevenreddy.com/
David Shevlino, Glenn Tramantano, John Ursillo, Jane Hunt, Barbara Jaenicke, Ned Mueller, Jennifer Diehl, Pam Galvani, Scott Gellatly, Jeannie Grisham, Molly Hashimoto, William Hook, Holly Hudson, Ann Breckon, Larry Calkins, Valerie Collymore