Cherie has studied drawing and painting in a studio setting for eight years. She is a published artist and has been exhibited at SCAD Atlanta, the Johns Creek Arts Festival, and the Roswell Visual Arts Center. Art has been a big part of her life and her community service. She is president of her school's National Art Honor Society and helps run Ocee Library's Young Artists Program. Last summer, she created her own art program for kids. Cherie loves teaching others art and is excited to teach you!
Rachel Ware is a recent graduate from Columbus State University where she studied Art History and ceramics. During her studies, she traveled the world studying art living in both Italy and Japan. She immerses herself in community projects such as the large scale (80ft) mural “What The Water Gave Us” on her universities community center and fundraising charactertures at local market days.
She was nominated as Vice President of CSU’s Art Club and served for two years while also interning in various galleries and assisting with the grand reopening of the world Renowned ‘Pasaquan’ as a museum.
She is a self-taught painter since early high school where she also helped to develope a summer art camp for elementary school kids whose art programs were cut due to funding. The program won first place at the Skills State Leadership Conference.
Today, Rachel paints in an abstract expressionist style and is learning the art of fashion illustration. She is a free-lance model who has walked in 3 fashion shows and is an avid gardener with involvement in the Tennessee Valley Bonsai Society.
Reinilda was born in the Dominican Republic and raised in NYC and has lived in multiple states. She is a self taught artist with an art teacher degree from Northwest Florida State College. She has been a freelance artist for 6 years and recently taught private children's art classes for 2 years. Very easy going and doesn't take herself too seriously, Reinilda does her best to make everyone feel comfortable and confident while expressing their creativity.