Joyce Van Horn is a two-Coast artist.
Summering on the Pacific Ocean she paints the Columbia River, the great, cool-colored evergreens and trout streams. Back here in St. Pete, she is tempted by the rich, warm colors found everywhere.
In 1980, Frank moved to Florida and opened a art studio. After completing a series of paintings for the Bank of Tampa, he was named "Artist of the Year" and awarded "Best of the Bay in Advertising".
He was a founder of the National Graphic Artist Guild and a member of the New York Society of Illustrators.
Paul Curtis Nagle paints portraits from life and fine art paintings in oil. He has recently studied at workshops with Daniel Greene in Boston, and Jerry Weiss in New York. Curtis took formal instruction at The Boston School with David Lowrey, The Corcoran School of Art with Brokie Stevenson, and The Cleveland Institute of Art with William Reber. His protrait commissions include clients throughout the Boston area and in several major cities such as Cleveland and Washington, D.C.
Mirella Cimato was born, raised and educated in Rome, Italy. She became acquainted with the arts from childhood since here parents were art lovers.
She studied art in Rome from grade school on as part of the classical studies curriculum. She studied law at the University of Rome.