Ray Zimmerman is the author of First Days (Finishing Line Press) and Executive Editor of Southern Light: Twelve Contemporary Southern Poets, Ford, Falcon, and McNeil. He serves as producer of the Little Owl Music and Arts Festival, now in its fifth year at Audubon Acres. Ray’s photographs have appeared in the Tennessee Conservationist and the Photographic Society of America Journal.
Joseph Norton creates art using many traditional techniques including oil, acrylics and water colours, life drawing, sculpture and ceramics. He is also an information designer working in a range of electronic mediums. Joseph’s work has been shown in several group shows in the Bay Area and Los Angeles, including a recent video mural for the LGBT History Museum of San Francisco.
Terry Bailey is a digital artist, interactive multimedia author, musician, filmmaker, educator, coder and media critic who has pioneered the fields of interactive multimedia and digital art since their nascent days. Pasadena Weekly marvelled about Bailey’s transition from youthful, female, Academy Award winning film studio developer and manager for Saul Zaentz (Amadeus, The Right Stuff . . .) to innovative artist and computer techie, and said of her, “Bailey’s had a remarkable career, usually the only woman in the fields she’s selected. Strong in both right- and left-brain pursuits, she’s a creative ‘techie’ . . . . a Renaissance woman.” You can contact her at email@example.com, and find Terry on her website here.
Gwen Wilkinsonis a visual artist living in Ireland. She studied for her Masters Degree in Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin. Her practice includes sculpture and photography.
Gwen’s photographic work explores the intersection between nature and artifice, metamorphosis and decay, fiction and reality. She works with a variety of photographic techniques ranging from historic analogue methods such as wet plate collodion, albumen and cyanotype printing to camera-less digital composites.
Gwen is the recipient of several arts awards including the prestigious Golden Fleece Award in 2011 and the Artlinks Award in 2009. Her work is represented in several State art collections including the Office of Public Works and the Department of Foreign Affairs.
Thomas Terceira has been a craftsman and a designer for more than thirty five years and has shown his jewellery and enamels nationally and internationally. In the past, he has acted as a designer, sample maker, and model maker for jewellery manufacturers and retailers. Thomas has been creating this particular collage, decoupage and mixed media art work for over ten years. His collage works have won numerous awards and have been frequently exhibited.