Sandra Bowden's work is found in collections throughout North America,
Europe and Israel. Most recently her work was part of the exhibition "Art
As Prayer: Jewish and Christian Presence in Contemporary Art" at
the Tryon Center for Visual Art in Charlotte, NC. She is the president
of Christians in the Visual Arts.
30 Attucks Trail
Chatham, MA 02633
Ned Bustard is the owner of an illustration and graphic design firm called
Worlds End Images. He received his B.A. in art from Millersville
University of Pennsylvania. His clients have ranged from the Publication
Society of the Reformed Episcopal Church, Veritas Press, and the Heritage
Center Museum of Lancaster County, to ICI Americas, Armstrong World Industries
and Macys West. He was the art director of the late, great, alternative
Christian music publication, Notebored Magazine. He has had several one-man
shows and has won awards for his painting and illustration. In his spare
time, he is the creative director of Square Halo Books, for whom he edited
and contributed to their book, It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory
of God, published in 2000. He lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with
his wife Leslie and their three daughters, Carey, Maggie and Ellie.
306 Atkins Ave.
Lancaster, PA 17603
Portrait photography has been the focus of Patricia Dalzells professional
work for over twenty years. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally
and she is included in a number of public collections including the Museum
of Modern Art in New York, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond,
the New Orleans Museum of Art and the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington,
D.C. She received a B.F.A. from the Corcoran School of Art in Washington,
D.C. and an M.F.A. in Fine Art Photography from the University of Maryland
in College Park. In January 1992 she made the first of several trips to
St. Petersburg, Russia where she worked on the exhibit "The Russian
Portraits: The Artists of St. Petersburg." This work has been exhibited
in Jerusalem and in Washington, D.C. and several other venues in the United
States. Most recently, she traveled to Israel to photograph the returning
1089 Blackwells Wharf Rd.
Burgess, VA 22432
Ioana Datcu, a native of Romania, came to the United States with her family
in 1981.She received an M.F.A. in drawing and painting from the University
of Minnesota in 1991. She has been working in photography and painting
and has exhibited extensively in the United States and Europe. She has
received many grants and scholarships, including a grant from the Pollock
1202 E Justin Street
Pearce, AZ 05625
Thomas Faulkner works in a variety of media. His pieces have appeared
in Artforum, Art in America, New Art Examiner, The New York Times, The
Daily News, and The Boston Herald, among others. He maintains studios
in New York City and Wyarno, Wyoming. He, his wife Brenda and son Christopher
live in Manhattan. He is priest-associate at St. James Church, Madison
Avenue, New York.
New York, NY 10021
Donald Forsythe is Professor of Art at Messiah College in Grantham, PA.
His work has been exhibited widely in over 100 exhibitions across the United
States and Canada, and is represented in many public permanent collections.
He has done commissions for stained glass design in churches, including
six windows for his home parish, the Cathedral Church of St. Stephen, in
Harrisburg, PA. With an interest in merging ideas from a Christian world
view with the language of contemporary art, Donald has been an active member,
board member (1983-present), and president (1991-93) of Christians in the
Visual Arts (CIVA).
2709 Mill Road
P.O. Box 316
Grantham, PA 17027
Gary L. Gorby has taught in the Brooke County Schools for the past 36
years. As Science Department chair, he teaches Anatomy and Physiology,
Honors Science, and Photography. The photography course, which he created
over 30 years ago, now takes students from traditional darkroom techniques
into modem digital methods. Gary received his undergraduate degree from
Bethany College, his Masters from West Virginia University, and has an
Ed. S. in Biology from Vanderbilt University. He is a member of Christ
Episcopal Church in Wellsburg, WV.
1241 Washington Pike
Wellsburg, WV 26070
Kathy T. Hettinga received the M.F.A. from Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, Colorado and the B.F.A. from Calvin College, Grand Rapids,
Michigan. She is Professor of Art in the Art Department, School of the
Arts, Messiah College, Grantham, Pennsylvania where she teaches computer
art and graphic design. She has received many grants, awards, scholarships,
and fellowships, including an Indiana Arts Fellowship, a Research Fellowship
at The Institute of Sacred Music, Worship, and the Arts at Yale University,
and Messiah Colleges first Scholar Chair. Her work has been in juried
national exhibitions, including international sites in Poland, Italy,
and England. Her work is in the permanent collections of the Grunewald
Center for Graphic Arts, UCLA, the Armand Hammer Museum, the New York
Public Library, and the Art of the Book collection at Yale University.
She is the design director of the triennial publications of Christians
in the Visual Arts (CIVA) and her design work has been published in Graphic
Design: usa and Computer Pictures.
Professor of Art
Visual and Theatrical Arts Department
One College Avenue
Grantham, PA 17027
(717) 766-2511 ext. 7027
Bryan Hiott graduated from Wofford College in 1988 with a B.A. in Philosophy
and later attended Yale Divinity School. For the past five years he and
his wife have lived in New York City, where he is pursuing a career as
a photographer and an actor. During this time, Bryan began to exhibit
his photography in a number of galleries, among others Soho Photo Gallery,
Pleiades Gallery and Holland Tunnel, all in New York City. His work is
in several public and private collections.
609 Grand Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Mary Kocol is an animator and fine art photographer. Her photographs are
among the collections of the New York Museum of Modern Art, Museum of
Fine Arts Boston, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Berman Collection,
and many others. In 1993, she received a Guggenheim Fellowship for her
photography. Her photographs are represented in Massachusetts by Gallery
P.O. Box 441467
Somerville, MA 02144
Frank Logue is an Episcopal priest and the church planter of King of Peace
Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia. Prior to seminary, he was a newspaper
photographer and wrote books and magazine articles on hiking and the outdoors
with his wife Victoria. He continues to express himself photographically
and to use art images in his preaching and teaching.
King of Peace Episcopal Church
A Washington native, Colleen Meacham has been photographing and printing
in black and white for several years. Her travels in Europe and Hawaii
have inspired photographic subjects. Educated at the University of Washington,
B.A., Art Education, Colleen has exhibited in many national as well as
local exhibitions. Colleen, a member of St. Johns Episcopal church
in Kirkland, is a member of Christians in the Visual Arts and Seattle
Art Museum Photo Council.
7439 NE 112th St.
Kirkland, WA 98034
Lucinda Metcalfe born in Aylesbury, England, is now a London-based artist.
She studied for three years at Kent Institute of Art and Design, Canterbury
(First Class BA honors) and went on to complete an MA in Fine Art at The
Slade School of Fine Art, London. As well as sculpture, her work also
includes painting, drawing and photography. Her most recent show was this
autumn at The Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park, London.
Essex CO7 8QL
Phone/fax: 01206 250476
Karen L. Mulder is currently pursuing a doctorate in architectural history
at the University of Virginia. After studies in ecclesiastic design at
Yale University, and many years of arts networking, she is specifically
interested in how contemporary glass installations interact with Gothic
cathedrals. She has taught art history, graphic design, and photography,
and has been involved with both the CIVA and the C.S. Lewis Foundation
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Jennifer Murphy is a Cal Arts graduate and has worked as a decorative
painter for over ten years. Three years ago she began a re-exploration
of Christianity as part of her eclectic spiritual quest, and was welcomed
in by Trinity Episcopal Church in Los Angeles. She lives in Echo Park
with her partner and two children.
2218 Avon St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Jan Neal is a partner in the law firm of Davis & Neal with offices
in Opelika, Montgomery, Dothan and Mobile, Alabama. Her primary areas
of practice include elder and disability law. She holds undergraduate
degrees in journalism, painting and photography and enjoys writing and
web design. She recently got her law firms website on line and is
currently working on a personal website for family history. Jans
home, a Spanish house built in 1924, has a walled courtyard garden in
which she grows many Southern native plants. Her favorite plants are antique
roses and hydrangeas.
P.O. Drawer 711
Opelika, AL 36803
Albert is a sculptor who makes mixed media installations. He has received
grants for his work from the Texas Arts Commission and the New Jersey
Council on the Arts. He received a CORE residency fellowship at the Museum
of Fine Arts - Houston Texas. He has shown his work at museums and alternative
spaces including the Museum of Fine Arts - Houston, Aljira Center for
Contemporary Art, City Without Walls, and many college campuses across
the North East. Albert lives in Jersey City, New Jersey with his wife
and three children and is a member of All Angels Church. He runs a general
contracting business focusing on high-end renovations in Manhattan and
the metropolitan area. He sits on the board of Christians In the Visual
Arts (CIVA), and is the founder of Angels Net a nonprofit
organization dedicated to supporting art projects undertaken by artists
and organizations working from a foundation of Christian faith.
58A Jefferson Ave.
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Krystyna Sanderson is a fine art and commercial photographer residing
in New York City. She is a member of the board of The Episcopal Church
and Visual Arts (ECVA) and an active member of Christians in the Visual
Arts. She is a vestry member of Grace Episcopal Church in New York City,
where she worships with her husband Colin. Her essay on Light was recently
published in a book, It Was Good: Making Art to the Glory of God.
453 East 14th Street #12E
New York, NY 10009
Wendy M. Wahn has been a potter for fourteen years. Between 1990 and 1992,
while working on my Masters in Pastoral Studies, She began to explore
the relationship between pottery and spirituality. Wheel throwing becomes
a Eucharistic action as she uses the gifts God has given her to create
vessels, which are then used by others. In 1999 she was commissioned by
the Diocese of Michigan to make all the Eucharistic vessels to be used
at the consecration of Bishop Gibbs. she has also made custom Eucharistic
and Baptismal vessels for several churches and religious organizations
as well as child-size Communion sets to be used in Worship Center settings.
In addition to making functional pottery, she also do workshops on art
and spirituality. Education: S.S. in Education, DePaul University, Chicago;
M.Ed., National-Louis University; M.P.S., Loyola University, Chicago.
She is a member of All Saints Episcopal Church, East Lansing, MI. Her
studio is at St. Katherine's Episcopal Church in Williamston, MI.
4650 N. Meridian Road
Williamston, MI 48895
Anne Wetzel began her career in photography eight years ago after leaving
her administrative position in the Graduate School of Fine Arts at the
University of Pennsylvania. Her Holy Week project evolved into an exhibition
that has traveled to several venues on the east coast and to Chicago.
In July 1998 Anne joined the communication team of the Lambeth Conference
of the Anglican Communion in Canterbury, England as a photographer. In
May 2000 she spent a week photographing Chartres Cathedral and especially
the labyrinth which is an integral part of the cathedrals history.
In the spring of 2001 Anne traveled to China, photographing the ancient
form of Chinese healing work known as qi gong. Anne has exhibited in Philadelphia,
Chicago and Maine.
P.O. Box 914
Mt. Desert, ME 04660
James Zingarelli is a sculptor and poet residing in Amesbury, Massachusetts.
He is a member of the fine arts faculty at Gordon College, Wenham, Massachusetts
and also teaches in The Orvieto Semester Program in Orvieto, Italy. Mr.
Zingarelli is a graduate of Pratt Institute (Brooklyn, N.Y.) and Trinity
College (Hartford, Connecticut). He received a Project SOAR Research Grant
toward the publication of his book, Taken to Task, his first full-length
published collection of poetry.
13 Currier Ave.
Amesbury, MA 01913