Dolores R. Santoliquido has been a freelance illustrator since 1977 and is currently also an adjunct professor of fine art and illustration at Manhattanville College. Dolores is an instructor in the Illustration Certificate program at the New York Botanical Garden and has taught at the Morton Arboretum, Lisle, IL and the Humboldt Institute in Stuben, MN. She works in watercolor, graphite, pen and ink and specializes in working with mixed media colored pencil and acrylic. Dolores’ artwork has been published extensively by such publishers as Knopff Publishers, Random House, Reader’s Digest, Taunton Press and William Morrow. Dolores has had several one-person shows and her work has been included in numerous group shows including shows at the Smithsonian, Longwood Gardens and the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation.
Mrs. Schleicher has a BA from Fordham, College at Lincoln Center in film. She has taught at Jacob Burns Film Center, Frenchwoods Festival of Performing Arts, and area schools. Along with her own work, her clients include corporations and non profits completing digital media projects. Her work can be viewed on:
Scott Seaboldt is an artist / educator. He is co-founder of AS220 in Providence RI, a curator of the biennial Ides of March exhibition at ABC No Rio in New York City, a high school art teacher art in New Rochelle, New York, and maintains his studio in Pelham., NY.
Martha Wingate Taylor is a glass artist, working out of her studio in Rye Brook, New York. Her work includes casting, kilnforming, deep sandblasting, lampworking, cold construction, and photography on glass.Ms. Taylor has studied with many internationally recognized glass artists, most notably Paul Stankard, who was a great influence early in her career. At both Urbanglass in New York, and the Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass she studied lamp working with Mr. Stankard, Robert Mickelson, Emilio Santini and Loren Stump. She studied etching with Austrailian glass artist Jane Bruce, and cold construction with Martin Rosol. Ms.Taylor studied deep and layered Sandblasting with Steuben designer Eric Hilton, furnace formed sculpture with Paul Marioni, Kilnforming with Mark Ditzler, and casting with Lucartha Kohler.( (Before becoming a glass artist, Ms. Taylor was a professional singer, performing in Welsh both here and Wales, and singing on and off Broadway in New York for many years. She has a 23 year old daughter, and a 19 year old son.
Charlotte Walsh has taught poetry workshops at the Lakeland Schools Children's Center, in New York City schools in cooperation with the Lehman College Art Gallery, The Scarsdale Young Writers' Conference and the Armonk Library. Her works have been published in “Into the Teeth of the Wind” and by other small presses.