Theresa Schram-Sunday Classes
Acrylics of Winter-
Sunday January 6 12pm-2pm
Collage & Journal Making
Sunday January 13 12pm-2pm
Mono Printmaking with Frames
Sunday February 20 12pm-2pm
Modern Tapestry Wall Hanging-
Saturday & Sunday February 9 & 10 1pm-4pm
Children's Knitting- Mary Carol White
Saturday & Sunday -Unscheduled date at this time.
PLEASE CONTACT KIFA TO SHOW INTEREST
To register please call 410-643-7424, mail payment with class information to 405 Main Street, Chester, MD 21666 or use the PayPal link next to each class description at www.kifa.us.
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR TEACHERS
CHILDREN'S CLASSES AND CAMPS
Kent Island Federation of Arts, Inc.405 Main St., Stevensville 410-643-7424 firstname.lastname@example.org/ www.kifa.us
Theresa Schram is a Salisbury University graduate and has been oil painting for over 20 years. Her fantastically bold artwork features vibrant colors and intriguing designs and has been described by clients as "colorfully whimsical."
In addition to frequent appearances in local businesses throughout her hometown of Easton, MD and in private collections throughout the East Coast, Theresa's artwork has been featured as far west as Colorado. She has been displayed in numerous galleries throughout Maryland including, The Water's Way Art Studio in St. Michaels, The Alley Cat Gallery, East End Gallery, and Red Hen Coffee House and Cafe in Easton, The Kerns Collection in Chestertown, City Hall in Annapolis, University Gallery in Salisbury, Cade Gallery in Parole, and the Todd Performing Arts Center in Wye Mills. Theresa has also been represented by the Ruby Singleton Blakeney Gallery in Annapolis, MD, and the Artisans Loft Gallery in Pultneyville, NY.
Theresa is an active member in a number art communities including, The Academy of the Art Museum, Talbot County Visual Arts Center, Friday Morning Artists, the Rehobeth Art League, and Talbot County Working Artists. She has also lead Summer Art Room, a children's art program held at the Oxford Community Center.
Theresa currently resides in Easton, MD with her husband, Brian, and teaches art at the Kent School in Chestertown, MD.Theresa Schram is an artist based out of Easton, MD. She specializes in oil painting and has been featured in galleries and private collections throughout Maryland and the East Coast.
Hi! My name is Jenny and I am the hands behind Great Blue Fiber, a one woman show creating woven wall art, home decor items and dabbling in jewelry with sustainable and natural fibers. Weaving is one of the oldest surviving crafts in the world and the tradition of weaving traces back 12,000 years! I love the connection I have while working to the history and longevity of this art form. The soothing and deep connection of doing something that has lasted thousands of years, and slowing down to create with intent and purpose adds balance back to my busy life.
I have always been involved in the fine arts, from a young age and continuing as a student at Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. I continued to pursue painting, photography and ceramics- but once I found weaving I found my niche and never looked back! An important part of my journey in my work as an artist and in life is to walk a sustainable path. I use high quality natural fibers and dyes which show through in the finished product.