Andee Rudloff is currently serving as the Education & Visual Art Director for the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) in Bowling Green, KY. In 2011, Andee was appointed by Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear to serve on the board of directors for the Kentucky Arts Council. Andee has continued her career as a professional visual artist specializing in community murals.
Showers of Good Cheer
Umbrellas on wood base
Tiffany Dyer was born into a family of makers. She learned at a very early age the importance of creating. Dyer is a maker, collector, teacher and artist. She has been teaching for over a decade. She received her undergrad degree from Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, TN and her MFA at Lesley University in Boston, MA. Her concentration is in fiber and installation work primarily using recycled materials.
Mary Mooney is a recent transplant to the Nashville arts scene. She received a BFA in fine arts from Denison University. Mary has been featured in various exhibitions throughout the Eastern United States as well as a group exhibition in Cortona, Italy. Her works are included in public collections at Denison University, and various private collections. Mary’s body of work consists of large format paintings (crafted in oil, acrylic, and encaustic), alternative process photography, and installation art.
Alyssa Rabun is a freelance arts writer covering current exhibitions and artist profiles for Nashville Arts Magazine, Native and ArtNow Nashville.