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Marie Hoggs Sheairs ’90 exhibited new sculptures inspired by nature at Arts in Bloom, Salem County, NJ. She also exhibited at Helen’s Café and Gardens in Alloway, NJ. Sheairs is the owner of Water Earth Fire.
Donna Quinn '90 participated in Rosenfeld Gallery's Annual Small Works Show.
Kate Leigh Cutler '91 partnered with Childers, Sotheby's International Realty in support of the preservation of Barnegat Bay, NJ. Cutler's painting series, “400 Years of Boating on Barnegat Bay,” portrays stories of people whose lives were connected to the bay as well as a poetic expression of the natural beauty of the area. Cutler donated a painting for this event to benefit Save Barnegat Bay. This painting series was also shown at Georgian Count University Gallery in Lakewood Township, NJ.
Jeanne Hospod ’91 created two animations for the band The Boxing Lesson. The album, Fur State, was their first recording.
Lori Robol Tiberi '91 has been an art therapist at Magee Rehabilitation Center since 2004. She provides direct patient care and management of the Magee Art Therapy Program-Inpatient and Outpatient Community Partnership with the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Accessible Programs 2012-2013. An art exhibition of Magee patient artwork was displayed at the PMA Education Corridor.
Susan Hutton DeAngelus '92 joined studioMUSarx LLC as exhibit graphic designer. The Philadelphia design studio specializes in museum planning, architecture and exhibit design. The studio was recently awarded a museum project in Bristol, VA, for the “Birthplace of Country Music” slated to open in August 2014.
Lisa Kelley ’92 received the Abington-Rockledge Democratic Committee Outstanding community Leader of the Year Award for her successful work to stop the merger of Abington Hospital and Holy Redeemer Hospitals through grass roots efforts to preserve women’s healthcare in the community.
A photograph of a pool house kitchen by Katrina Mojzesz '92 was featured as Kitchen of the Week on the Williams Sonoma web site. She won a photographic competition for photographing projects of a prominent Vermont architect to be used on his website, marketing materials and his office. Mojzesz’ natural abstractions, including Tail Splurge, are exhibited in the offices of Downs Rachlin Martin, attorneys.
Theresa Saulin Frock '92 curated Marc Salz: Talmudic Abstractions at the Society Hill Synagogue, Philadelphia. She also had work in In the Clouds, an exhibition at the Community Arts Center in Wallingford, PA.
Elizabeth Bisbing ’93 created mobile collages for the group show, It’s About You and Me, ABC No Rio Gallery, NYC where the artists utilized their own bodies through video, photography, performances, collages and other media. Her work has been written up in The New York Sun and New York Magazine.
Allison Silver Black '93 exhibited at The Producers Club in midtown Manhattan in her first solo show, which includes duct-taped stencils, dead media from the 80s and fairies. She also had an augmented reality piece in Moore's alumnae exhibition Beyond.
Sarah Roche '93 exhibited paintings in Of the Sea, a solo exhibition, at Artspace Liberti, Philadelphia. Roche writes, "The paintings are a direct observational response to nature as well as something more subjective.”
Rebecca Orgelfing Bufis '94 is currently pursuing a degree in teaching. She also owns a web-based custom design cupcake business.
Kellyann Monaghan '94 participated in a group exhibition at George Billis Gallery, City Streets II, Chelsea, NYC and in Les Paysages / Recent French Landscapes, at St. Asaph's Gallery, Bala Cynwyd, PA. In 2011, she exhibited work at the Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn Library, Art and Engineering: Exhibition of Artists Inspired by Brooklyn Bridges.
Paige Grossman '95, creative director at Riney, San Francisco, was a speaker at the 3% Conference in San Francisco, a conference on the issue of too few women in major positions in the advertising business.
Erika Ladanyi '95 received the National Association for Professional Women VIP for Design Award.
Shannon Boutilier Hall '96 and her husband opened a farm-to-table restaurant in Chester County, PA. She had the pleasure of designing the restaurant from the plates to the décor and was excited to brand the restaurant including all the marketing materials. www.museoxford.com
Trudy Kraft ’96 exhibited Flight Patterns, mixed media on paper, at the Gross McCleaf Gallery, Philadelphia.
Catherine Meighan '96 was featured in ChestnutHillLocal.com. Her master’s thesis was on view at the Dwight V. Dowley Gallery, Chestnut Hill College. Using unconventional tools, she applied oils to canvas using a T-square, a jump rope handle and her gloved hands.
Robin Meyer '96 curated an exhibit at Sarah Silberman Gallery at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD. The exhibition, Commitment and Similar Acts of Betrayal, was designed to explore and expand the contemporary notion of drawing. Mutations: Work by Robin Meyer was a solo exhibit at the Sarah Silberman Gallery.
Cathey White '96 received a grant from (no name) Art Group which she used to create a website. White has participated in every (no name) project and received an award from them in 2010.
Rosemarie McKelvey '97 was featured in Songs of Social Significance: Designs from the Tobin Collection, an exhibition at the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, TX. She also designed costumes for Cinderella at the Arden Theatre; Assistance by Leslye Headland at the Wilma Theatre; It's My Party: The Women and Comedy Project, at 1812 Productions; and A Little Night Music at the Arden Theatre, all in Philadelphia.
Sandra Webberking’97 was a featured artist in the Springfield (PA) Times. She sold her sculptures at the following venues: Wheaton Arts Festival, Millville, NJ; the Kalmia Club Artisans and Crafters Show, Lambertville, NJ; Belsnickel Craft Show, Boyertown, PA; the Hometown Collective Annual Fine Craft & Art Show, the Providence Friends Meeting House, Media, PA; the Owen J. Roberts Friends of the Arts Craft Show, Pottstown, PA; North Penn Select Craft Show, Lansdale, PA; and the Lewisburg Arts Festival, Lewisburg, PA.
Christina Barbachano '98 opened an Etsy store to sell her paintings and prints. She teaches high school art and hopes to start a vocational pottery program with an entrepreneurial emphasis.
Jezkah Flores '98 began her doctoral studies in the History of Art Department at the University of California, Berkeley, this fall. She left her previous position as curator of contemporary art at the Cincinnati Art Museum in order to focus on intersectionality and feminist politics in contemporary art.
Anne Canfield '99 participated in Maps, a group show at Pagus Gallery in Norristown, PA, and in the Delaware Art Museum Centennial Exhibition. She also exhibited in Masters and Mavericks, a group show at Seraphin Gallery, Philadelphia.
Trichita Covington '99 was featured in the internal newsletter "Inside Drenk" from the Drenk Center focusing on her role as an art therapist and the creation of a quilting project called "Hope and Hurt.”
Rachel Sherman '99 sold her fashions at many markets during the fall including Boston, Marlborough and Wellesley, MA; Washington, DC; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, PA; Baltimore and Garrett Park, MD; and Brooklyn, NY. She was also featured in an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called “The Handmade Tale” about 150 artisans selling their wares at the annual shopping arcade.