Karen Lynn Ingalls
Karen is a working artist and California credentialed teacher, who has taught acrylic painting, collage, mixed media, drawing, portrait painting, landscape painting, and soft block printing.
The primary intent of my work is to create thoughtful personal compositions and relatable everyday objects.
Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2007, MFA in 2011. Residency at the Carbondale Clay Center. He served as a studio technician at CCC while maintaining positions at Colorado Mountain College, the Aspen Art Museum, and the Harvey Meadows/Artstream Gallery. He has since been a Artist in Residence at the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts in Tennessee and is currently a Artist in Residence at Cobb Mountain Art and Ecology Project.
Anna received a BFA in painting from Boston University and a MAT in art education K-12 from Rhode Island School of Design after which she began a stained glass career at a renowned studio in Boston for 10 years. All along she created sculptures and jewelry from repurposed materials, dangerously associating with the idiom "Jack of (many mediums), Master of none". She resides in Calistoga with her husband and 2 children.
Jules Ann Stout
Jules has been a studio potter for more than ten years. She studied ceramics while pursuing her BA and MA in Child Development at CSU Sacramento. She now holds an MA in Education from National University and has been an artist-in-residence at Mendocino Art Center and the Sonoma Community Center. She has also been an instructional asst. in the CSUS and Sac City College ceramics departments.
Long time artist and teacher, Channing,