He studied Neuroscience at Brown University and embarked on a career in Art in 1997 under the instruction of Jeffery Camp, RA. Under the instruction of Jeffery Camp, he began to draw intensively. Daniel continued working under Jeffery’s guidance until 2001. In that time he completed many large scale drawings and paintings and created the London Drawing Classes.
Marsha Hewitt is a versatile artist, who paints with wax-beeswax to be specific. In her work, she explores the sensuality, luminosity, transparency and texture of encaustic wax. Hewitt’s paintings are bold abstract studies that use vibrant colors, lots of movement and create a deep sense of space. In other mixed media works, she uses compelling graphic images including college, drawings, and her own writing and photography. The work is built up in layers of wax with as many as five layers in one area.
Sheila Rice, a native of Boston, MA, is a lifelong maker of art. She won a first in a children’s show when she was seven. Recently she won second prize in the 2011 Cambridge Art Association show, RED, juried by Howard Yezerski, who owns a gallery in Boston’s South End. Rice was classically trained in impressionism and realism. Since 1991, when she completed her training at the Boston Museum School, Rice has worked in the surrealist traditions of automatic drawing and painting and acrylic stain painting, creating nonobjective works of art which reflect her synesthesia, seeing colors when she hear sounds.