Tom holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Earth Science from the University of Massachusetts, and hs worked in such diverse areas as: mineral exploration around the world; preparing environmental impact studies for the U. S. Government; and leading the clean-up of retired nuclear facilities. As an undergraduate he also engaged in music performance, theater (stage management), was student manager of the University Bands (Marching, Concert, Symphonic), and participated in the University’s Concert Association which brought world-class musicians and groups to campus. In recent years he has become an award-winning visual artist, and has participated on the boards of the Ohio Art League, and the Clintonville Arts Guild. Currently, Tom works part-time as the Exhibitions Coordinator for the Columbus Cultural Arts Center.
Elizabeth Bram creates her happy paintings the way a child paints freely and spontaneously. Her work is unique and original. She shows us a different vision from her own inner world in her paintings.
Karen Brenner has been specializing in realistic, oil paintings of horses for over 20 years. Using many layers of translucent colors, paintings evolve slowly with a luminous quality. She has traveled extensively, photographing hundreds of horses for reference for paintings.