Artist Directory

Bill Brunken, Brunkenart

1002 W Park Road
Slippery Rock, PA  16057

Instagram: @Brunkenart
Facebook: @Brunkenart
Twitter: @brunkenart

Bill Brunken has been an artist and an arts professional for well over 20 years.  He went to undergraduate school at Slippery Rock State University, where his Father, Glen, a Master Printmaker taught and made art for 40 years. Bill also studied painting at VŚVU the art school in Bratislava Slovak Republic in the studio of Daniel Fischer. He spent a few years living in Portland Oregon exploring careers in art. At Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas, he received an M.A. and M.F.A.. Bill has worked as an art handler, art salesman and now is a visiting professor at Allegheny College in Meadville Pennsylvania.  For Brunken art is about education, building community and improving the lives of the artist and viewer.

Brian Sesack – Fine Art Photography

118 Carnegie Place
Pittsburgh, PA  15208
(412) 559-7520

Facebook: @BrianSesackFineArtPhotography
Instagram: @BrianSesack

Brian Sesack is an American photographer based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a self-taught artist, he has learned how to use photography as a vehicle for his creative self-expression and for the transformation from looking to seeing. He attempts to create images that bring the viewer into the subject by documenting textures and tonal qualities. Over time, Brian has discovered that through the creative process of producing a beautiful image that a state of joyfulness comes to him as an artist.


Dale Fishbeck

8418 Crystal Drive
Youngstown, OH  44512

Elayne Bozick

4752 Oak Street Ext.
Lowellville, OH  44436
(330) 743-7785

Eleanor Steines

18 Terri Drive
West Middlesex, PA  16159

Ellie Steines is a graduate of Fine Art from Mercyhurst University, Erie, PA. Ellie taught classes at Trumbull Art Gallery in Warren, Oh. for 12 years before retiring from teaching in the public school systems in PA and Ohio. Her work has evolved from watercolors, acrylics, oils, alcohol ink and encaustics. She is best known for her snow scenes of children at play and local scenes. Several of her recent paintings have angels hidden in the landscape or still life paintings.

Elliott Lengel

138 Uber Road
Mercer, PA 16137
(724) 967-1789
Facebook: @ElliotgG.Lengel,artist
Multimedia artist working with oils, acrylic , and abstract acrylic pours, graphite and charcoal, photographer, and a writer. I am the project manager and curator installing a new gallery in Grove City, PA at the Guthrie Theater/ Veritas Arts complex.

Evian Zukas-Oguz

218 Main Street
Greenville, PA  16125
(724) 588-1973

Fiber Arts and Textile Design. Currently working in knitting and weaving using images derived from my own photography. Graduated with a BFA in textiles from Rhode Island School of Design. Award winning artist has shown work regionally and nationally.

Gina Judy

P.O. Box 416
Richomond, OH  43944
(740) 765-4410
Facebook: @gina.judy.31
Instagram: @ginajudy

Signature memberships; Ohio Watercolor Society, Kentucky Watercolor Society, Montana Watercolor Society, Alaska Watercolor Society. Extensive exhibition resume. Thirty-year retired art educator in Ohio, all levels K-12, mostly junior-high; BA, MA Art Education; Bethany College, Ohio University Athens, OH. Board member, Pittsburgh Society of Artists, Pittsburgh Watercolor Society.

Jane Davis

310 West Grandview Blvd
Erie, PA  16508
(206) 910-6098

Janet Marquis

109 E. Englewood Ave.
New Castle, PA  16105
(724) 654-2056

Jennifer Bean


930 South Mill St
New Castle, PA  16101
(724) 510-7147

Newly formed cooperative organization collaborating on many different projects and artistic endeavors within the city of New Castle working to provide opportunities for individual and community growth, in part by creating ways in which to share resources, time and talent.

Kate Turek-Frissora

2175 Mercer Road
Fredonia, PA 16124
(724) 813-2820

Kate Turek-Frissora has a BFA from Mercyhurst University and is an award winning artist. I specialize in watercolors, acrylics and oils on canvas, and pottery. I love creating surrealistic art and believe my mind resides in those dreamlike states all the time. I also prefer realism and sometimes carry that realism to an extreme in my watercolors with a tightness that is so unlike most watercolorists. Many of my works of art have hidden imagery that not all viewers interpret the same. This allows the viewer’s own subconscious imaginings to slam into their logical world; giving them pause as they try to make sense of their own feelings about a particular work of art.

Marilynn Thomas

Marilynn Thomas Watercolor

2129 Pauline Court
Ann Arbor, MI  48103
(586) 549-6547

Facebook: @mbthomasart

Ms. Thomas has been drawing and painting since early childhood. This interest continued throughout her college life where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Art Education and Fine Arts. Her interests extended into ceramics, weaving, sculpture, jewelry, and especially batik, which she exhibited in the Ann Arbor Art Fair in the early 70’s. In more recent years her focus has changed to photography and watercolor.

For 12 years, Marilynn and her husband lived on their sailboat in Florida during the winters, occasionally cruising the Intracoastal Waterway and to the Bahamas. This gave her ample opportunity further develop her photography skills and has resulted in much material for her watercolor paintings. 


Mark Baker

100 White Oak Dr
Butler, PA 16001
(724) 282-0384

Mary B Mason, MMason Metals

169 Crossing Ridge Trail
Cranberry Township, PA 16066

Lifelong art maker and art teacher in four states.Presently exhibiting actively at Firebox, Carnegie, Pa. and Hoyt Gift Shop. Working with several Art Guilds in Pittsburgh; Associated Artist Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Society of Artists and Founding Board member of Cranberry Artist Network.The wearable object has meaning and communicating specific intention, for both the maker and the wearer. Jewelry art enjoys a unique connection of intimacy with the viewer. These qualities can inherently amplify concept and expression of social awareness, political ideology, gender identity, personal experience, etc. Statement jewelry is created not only to wear, but to tell a story, communicate an idea, or to make a dialogue.

Marylin Tynan

221 W Fulton
Butler, PA  16001
(724) 287-0285

I have used most painting mediums but prefer oil and have been painting for fifty plus years. My favorite subjects are people and portraits although have also done landscapes. I have been a member of Associated Artists of Butler County for thirty plus years.

Nancy Dolan-Brady

220 North Mercer Street
New Wilmington, PA 16142

Linked In: @NancyDolanBrady

Founder and President Nancy Dolan-Brady is a widely respected executive recruiter who counsels many of the nation’s leading corporations and advertising/public relations agencies to attract and retain high caliber talent.

A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with majors in Printmaking & Printing, Nancy’s background includes 20+ years of creative, cross-disciplinary, management experience and leadership of a national field marketing organization. She has developed and managed fully integrated marketing and communications programs for NW Ayer, Young & Rubicam & various businesses in the Northeast. She is the recipient of over 30 awards for creativity and marketing excellence. She has been featured on London’s BBC WW Radio + other media.

Sandra Moore

1498 Elm Avenue
Glenshaw, PA  15116
(412) 303-3952
Instagram: @fineartsbysandra

My work in sculptural ceramics, uses clean shapes, thrown and is burnished. The clay bodies I use are Standard 105 (white) and Starworks Ceramics, North Carolina Okeewemee Fine (pink). The pieces are gold fired and horsehair reduced. The carbon from the hair is embedded into the burnished layers of the clay, resulting in translucent planes of line. Each beloved horse that was groomed for the hair, have their own individual oils. The oils add a color to the rising smoke pattern, imbedded into the polished clay. I love the contrast of the meticulous building of the piece, then subjecting it to a fast, intense thermal shock event of the firing.

Scott Tammaro

I’m originally self-taught but later pursued my studies at Louisiana Tech before earning my BFA in Art/Photography from Youngstown State University. Drawing from a multitude of influences, my work is created from a blend of intention and chance.
“The question is not what you look at, but what you see.” ~ Thoreau

Stephen Haley

201 West Boyd Ave.
Butler, PA  16001
(724) 841-8845

Suzanne Pool Anzellotti

2453 Ridgeview Lane
Poland, OH 44514
(330) 757-0848
Graduated from Miami University with a BFA in Printmaking. Worked as a graphic designer and illustrator in retail advertising. Usually paints watercolor still life, landscapes, florals, and abstract acrylic collages. Exhibited in many juried shows including Butler IAA Midyear, Watercolor Ohio 2019, and Butler Area Artists 2019.

Terry Polonsky, Kiss My Imagination

Terry Polonsky
387 W. State St.
Sharon PA, 16146
(330) 540-8577
My work has now been accepted in several regional juried shows such as Arts & Education at the Hoyt’s Regional Juried Show, Valley Art Center’s Unaltered Photography Show, Trumbull Art Gallery Annual Show and the Butler Institute of American Art’s National Mid-Year show and the Annual Area Artists Shows. My work is also on display at several galleries throughout the region. I am the President of Random Acts of Artists Inc. (RAA), a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization; Chairman of the Arts Commission of the City of Sharon; Teaching Artist in the Arts in Education Program with Erie Arts & Culture; a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, PPA Stream Project grantee; and Board member of the Sharon Beautification Commission.

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