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Brian Strachan is a free-lance designer living in Collegeville. He holds a BA in Art from the University of Maine, a BA in Dance from Point Park University in Pittsburgh, and a MFA in Theater/Costume Design from Temple University. He's designed costumes for many colleges, universities, and theater and dance companies in the Philadelphia area as well as across the country, including the Bucks county Playhouse, Delaware Theater Company, Theatre Exile, the Lantern Theater Company, Ursinus College, Enchantment Theatre Company, University of the Arts School of Dance, Rowan University, EgoPo Theater, The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium, Sharp Dance Company, Koresh Dance Company, Montgomery Theater, Temple University, Philadelphia Shakespeare Theater, New City Stage, ISIS Theater Company, Upper Darby Performing Arts Center, Actors Without Boundaries, and more! Brian has also worked at the Philadelphia Zoo as part of the Treehouse Troupe and the Academy of Natural Sciences Philadelphia. He's also worked as a professional dancer and choreographer with The West Virginia Dance Company. Currently, he's working at Cedar Crest College as resident Costume designer and Costume Shop Manager in addition to teaching and entertaining at PWAT! As Thunder Showers he has performed at the Raven in New Hope, Thai Tida Restaurant in Lambertville, NJ, and Caesar’s in Atlantic City. Brian is married to Domenick Scudera.
Chelsea is a recent graduate of The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, where she explored a wide variety of art making and the even wider world of contemporary art. A close friend told Chelsea about Painting with a Twist - Skippack and when she walked into the studio for the first time she was amazed. What could be better than being able to do what she loves while showing others how easy it is to do?! Helping people get in touch with their creative side. Chelsea says "don’t be shy to come by yourself or grab a friend. Either way you're in for a good time. Warning this is not your ordinary art class. There is always room for you to do your own thing and make your painting absolutely unique just like you." When Chelsea is not at PWAT, she is making her own art, exploring the world, and organizing or participating in-group art exhibits. If you’re curious, you can see her work and different art related events on her facebook page. Drop by there for a visit!
Collin is currently studying portrait painting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art in Philadelphia. He works in a variety of mediums but oil paint, chalk pastel and charcoal are his favorites. Collin is extremely passionate about art and is glad he can share that with everyone at PWAT!
Inspired by the funny ladies of Saturday Night Live and illuminated with a love and talent for art and design, Danielle Rossi became an art teacher so that she could teach what she loves while entertaining students. PWAT has given Danielle another venue to perform, to teach, to learn, and to enjoy meeting wonderful people. In addition, PWAT gives Danielle the opportunity to practice the wisdom she learns every day from her four wise sages, her children, about enjoying the moment. Danielle strongly believes that adults need to play and to have “recess” time in order to connect with creativity and weave happier healthier lives! Danielle has taught at every grade level, spending most of her career so far at Merion Mercy Academy and Mount Saint Joseph Academy. Currently, Danielle is an instructor on the Fine Arts Faculty at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia and is a yoga meditation instructor at Sol Yoga in Conshohocken. Danielle has been in art school her whole life, graduating in Art Studio and Art History from Chestnut Hill College and then earning her Master’s Degree in Art Education with a concentration in painting from Temple University. Danielle is the mother of David, Anthony, Noelle, and Vincent, and together with husband Mike live in a very old, probably haunted, quirky, Victorian home in super- fun Conshohocken. When Danielle is not hanging out at the Philadelphia Zoo with the family, she is entertaining kids on the block with puppet shows and practicing jumping double-dutch.
Jamie Pogue has a background as a freelance illustrator and fine artist, specializing in art of many types. He's specialized specifically in both oil and digital painting. Previous clients of his include companies such as Scholastic, Macmillan, and McGraw Hill. Jamie's interests include film, comics, gaming, and tech. Jamie graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL with a major in Illustration, and currently resides in Eagleville, PA.
I’m a self-taught award-winning artist who creates my artistry as if I’m dancin’ and nobody’s watchin’ me. My artistry is color-ific, texture-licous, and soul-full—reflective of my vibrant personality. In addition to my artistry, I’m a Certified Integrative Wellness Coach, Motivational Speaker, and Workshop Facilitator. As the Owner of YOUR HEALTHY VIBE, I share my unique integrative approach to health, lifestyle and color with professional women who desire better health and a fulfilled life that avoids difficult mid-life transitions. When I’m not instructing a fun PWAT pARTy experience, creating art in my home studio, or helping women embrace color for a healthier lifestyle, I’m spending valuable time with family and friends.
Rachelle Moes has been an artist at Painting with a Twist in Skippack since it's opening day in 2012. She received her Bachelor of Secondary Education from Millersville University, and her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of North Florida. She is also accredited by the Creative Education Foundation to facilitate Creative Problem Solving with individuals or groups. Rachelle has always been interested in creativity, and using art as a springboard to teach all kinds of other things! She has been a children's art instructor with the national Young Rembrandts Program, and loves working with acrylics, mixed media, and other experimental techniques in her home studio. She lives with her Aussie husband (yes, she fell for the accent), energetic twin boys, and hundreds of stray Legos. When she's not teaching or creating her own art, Rachelle enjoys bike-riding, camping, reading, and binge-listening to podcasts.
Stefani Nicole Rothermel
Stefani has a background in Theatrical Scenic Art, but loves the challenge of painting on the "tiny" 16x20 inch canvases at PWAT Skippack. She loves all things bright and colorful, and is a self-proclaimed word nerd who will cheerfully kick your butt at Boggle. Stefani has pink hair, 2 cats, and an amazingly awesome and nerdy husband. She is also the sweet and helpful voice that answers the phone if you call the studio during our office hours.
Christine's love of art began with making concert flyers and street art in high school before she decided to "go legit" and eventually graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor's of Fine Art from Tyler School of Art. Christine worked as a freelance artist for a few years after school while working a bunch of odd jobs to support her art habit and gain inspiration. She worked as a tour guide, horse trainer, bartender, consignment shop manager, roadie and a carriage driver. Currently, Christine works full time as an Emergency Medical Technician for a 911 service and attends nursing school. Christine is excited that making art is no longer her full time career as it gives her the opportunity to "just love it again". In her spare time, Christine enjoys drawing, riding her horse, doing yoga, playing guitar, skateboarding, drinking wine and traveling the world. Christine is at her best when busy (fortunately) and surrounded by people to inspire and be inspired by which is why she loves PWAT. Christine injects her love of life and abounding energy into each class and loves "getting twisted" with the patrons of PWAT.
Daniel is a recent 2015 graduate from Tyler School of Art living and working in Eagleville as a freelance artist, designer, and contractor. His traditional specialty is in charcoal and conté crayon and he has spent significant time developing his oil painting and digital skills. Making art is something that Daniel has always been passionate about, being part of the Painting With A Twist family just made sense. He has a weakness for po-boys and loves ice cream, his pups Mad Max and Khaleesi, working out, watching horror movies, gaming, and hiking.
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