Faculty bios

Summer 2000 Active Faculty
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Sarah Gove Antin
BA Tulane University: MFA. Rutgers University.
Taught classical history before studying at the Art Students League and Mason Gross School of Visual Arts

Helen Bayley
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design; MFA, Indiana University
She is a representational figurative painter. Born in the United Kingdom, she lived in England and Wales until 1985. Helen taught as Assistant Professor at Kansas City Art Institute, and has exhibited in a variety of venues including New York City, and, currently, at Ruth Morpeth Gallery in Hopewell, NJ

Gail Bracegirdle
BFA, Moore College of Art and Design
An ARTWORKS core faculty member, has taught and exhibited extensively as a watercolor painter since leaving a career in textile design.

Rosina M. Carosa
BFA Tyler School of Art.
School of Art and Design, Marymount College
She has studied with Selena Trieff and Mel Leipzig. Her works have been shown at Peter Madera’s Gallery, NYC and the Walt Whitman Cultural Center.

Bridget Cartlidge
BS, Trenton State College
She has taught performing, visual arts and elementary school in Philadelphia, Newtown, and the Netherlands. She is currently teaching art in the Trenton Public Schools. Bridget loves to pass on Holistic ‘ways of seeing” to children and encouraging their artist within.

Claudia De Bari
She is originally from Brooklyn, NY. She studied at the High School of Music and Art in NYC and at Mason Gross school of the arts, Rutgers University. She has work on permanent display in NYC and NJ as well as many private collections

Eric Fowler
BFA, Pratt Institute
Eric Fowler is a illustrator and painter. He is adjunction assistant department chair at SA&D and a freelance illustrator. Eric is a recipient of the NJ State Council on the Arts Distinguish Artist Fellowship..

Lisa Fuellemann
BA, Handcrafts & Pedagogy, Canton St. Gallen Hancrafts… Teacher Training College, Switzerland
Silk painter and instructor, has more than ten years teaching experience. She has exhibited and sold hand painted silk wall-hangings, scarves and ties in galleries and boutiques in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania

Ty Hodanish
MPA, New York University
He has studied impressionist techniques for over a decade at the Cape Cod School. His work has been exhibited both locally and in galleries from Key West to Cape Cod. He is a Board Trustee at ARTWORKS and on the executive committee of Artsbridge.

Joseph Menna
MFA, New York Academy of Art
BFA University of the Arts, PhiladelphiaPA
He is a classically trained, professional sculptor whose 10 years of fine art study include the Pennsylvania Academy of fine Art, The Art Students’ League, The Sculpture Center, and postgraduate work at the Russian State Academy of Art in St. Petersburg, Russia. He is currently on the staff of the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture and is a member of the Bridgeview School of Fine Arts in Brooklyn, New York’s Board of Governors.

David Serotkin
BFA, Carnegie Mellon University, Glasgow School of Art
He is a native artist to the Delaware Valley. His work has been exhibited in Trenton, Pittsburgh, Glasgow (Scotland), and Santomera (Spain). David has formed a grass roots career working, teaching, and organizing with artists in communities stretching across the Western Hemisphere.
Grandmother Two Bears
Grandmother Two Bears is of Sioux Indian descent. She a story teller for the Eagle Clan and a presenter at Scout clubs and schools in the area such as Stuart Country Day School, PJ Hill, and Council Rock. Grandmother Two Bear also sells her Native American artifacts at Pow Wows.

Charles David Viera
MFA, Brooklyn College School, BFA, Swain School of Design
Charles David Viera has taught at Marymount Manhattan College, Parsons School of Design, Long Island University, and Pratt Institute. He created the Flemington Art School and was formerly a colorist for Defiant Comics. Charles exhibits extensively in New York and New Jersey.

Susan Winter
BS, Monmouth University
She is a portrait artist. Susan also teaches at Around the Corner Art Center in Freehold, and the Freehold Township Senior Center. She is an Associate Member of the Pastel Society of America, a member of the Monmouth County Art Alliance, and Chair of the Freehold Township Historic Preservation Commission.

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How to Register

• By Mail or In Person: Complete the registration form and payment to ARTWORKS, 19 Everett Alley, Trenton, NJ 08611.
• By Phone or Fax: Call us weekdays at (609) 394-9436 or fax the registration form to (609) 394-9551.
• Or send us an E-mail

Refund Policy

Registrations are due in the office one week before the first day of class. Full refunds are offered for classes up to one full week before the first day of class, and half refunds up to the first class. A $10 administration fee is assessed on all cancellations. NO REFUNDS are offered once a class starts unless a class is cancelled by the instructor or ARTWORKS.

Most adult or teenage classes require the student to purchase his or her own materials. A materials list will be provided upon registration. Materials are supplied for most children’s classes and many adult workshops. Additional material fees should be paid to ARTWORKS where indicated, or to the teacher on the first day of class. Be sure the class is confirmed before purchasing supplies.

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Intensive Workshops
Have you ever wanted to take a week-long workshop but just couldn’t get away? Well now you can have the experience without the expense and hassle of travel.
ARTWORKS is introducing two painting workshops and two ceramic workshops this July. In the intensive workshop atmosphere, you will see your art improve before your eyes.

Interpretive Painting (Ken McIndoe)
Painting the Impressionist Landscape (Ty Hodanish)

This workshop format fosters a creative and supportive atmosphere that enhances your entire experience. Each workshop includes:

Instruction by an experience artist/teacher
Six hours of class every day
Continual feedback and critiques from the instructor
Learning from and sharing with fellow students
Philadelphia Mural Arts Program
Founded in 1984, Mural arts has painted more than 1800 murals throughout Philadelphia, providing art as a “city service” to neighborhoods around the city. Join Kristen Goddard for a trolley tour of selected murals from this amazing program. Kristen Goddard an artist and art educator is also a muralist who has been very involved in the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.
$50 per person

Open Studio
Join fellow artists on Sunday morning for an informal figure drawing and painting session. The studio session consists of a combination of short and sustained poses by a nude model.
Pre registration is not required; Payment of $10 is made to the class monitor each Sunday
Every Sunday 9:30am-12: 30pm
$10 payable to class monitor

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