Line, shading, proportion, perspective. Learn the basics of drawing or enhance your skills in a supportive, hands-on environment with knowledgeable instructors.
Billie has studied painting with a number of prominent watercolorists. She has served on the boards of several art organizations and is a member of the National Organization for Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. Her work is represented in numerous galleries and exhibitions. Billie has taught art classes to both children and adults, and she has also taught creative writing in public and private schools. She enjoys incorporating humor and life situations as a creative outlet, along with therapy-related exercises for artists.
Rachel is an interdisciplinary artist working in alternative and traditional photography, printmaking, jewelry, woodworking, book arts, textiles, and installation. After completing her MFA at the University of Georgia in 2020, she digitized the 7,000-piece collection at Newcomb Art Museum in New Orleans. Rachel is currently renovating the Elf School in Hayesville, NC, where she will build studios and continue her art practice. Rachel, originally from Northeast Georgia, has traveled the world learning alternative photography processes and participated in photography and printmaking conferences.
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