All tagged teacher spotlight
Joslyn Villalpando is a working artist and art educator in Chicago. She's been told her spirit animal is the deer. She began holding craft and cocktail parties to spread her love of the handmade with her favorite people. She now teaches several textile art workshops on Dabble.
Calligraphy artist John Michael creates art that invites the viewer to peek through an open window into this fantastical world, which also tempts the viewer to step through this window into an opportunity to explore a world not governed by the rules of the logical mind.
Jess Snively is the owner of Milton and Margie’s Soy Wax Candles. When she’s at craft shows, people who don’t know her generally think her name is Margie, but Milton and Margie are her cats.
Chelsea’s work is an experimentation of color. She is influenced by the playfulness of light, and the color palettes found in the unexpected. Contrary to the clothes she wears, she doesn’t typically paint with neutrals and has to make a conscious effort to include them while creating.
Anne is a transplant from San Francisco, California. She’s lived in Chicago for about 20 years now and owns Sideshow Gallery and teaches Kindergarten. Anne love music, art, film, literature and anything weird.
Adam is a transplant originally from Cleveland. An avid traveler and outdoorsman, Adam’s work is oftentimes a clear derivative of his adventures. Adam has spent 18 of the last 36 months traveling and drawing, and he has been tired for about four years.
Shannon DeBord is a left-handed, coffee-addicted musician and calligrapher. Most days you can find her rockin’ some yoga pants in my studio and listening to the George Winston Pandora station as she knocks out the day’s to-do list.
Called “a breath of fresh air” and “the accessible Oprah”, Saya Hillman is an Evanston, IL native, Boston College graduate, and Chicago resident.