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Shahanna Snyder

Shahanna Snyder is a New England born artist who has a deep passion and love for the arts. She is a Master Reiki practitioner and sole owner of Seeds of Illumination in Warner NH. With over five years of experience she has an intimate knowledge of acrylic, watercolor, pen, ink, charcoal, mixed media and various other mediums.  Her passion for the arts is exceeded only by her love for teaching and sharing the gift of art with others. She has studied various techniques and taken multiple classes while studying under renowned and published artist Theresa TTM in Pensacola Florida.

Shahanna also has an Associates in Business and a Bachelor of Arts obtained from Southern New Hampshire University. She currently offers classes to new artists with a level 1 to 2 skill level. With a focus on basic art principals and fundamental techniques she can teach anyone to be comfortable with art. It is her greatest goal to teach students how to create work that they love and are proud to bring home. 

Anthony Vitukevich

Hampshire based artist, Anthony Vitukevich is a mixed media illustrator and muralist. He graduated from the New Hampshire Institute Of Art in May of 2016 with a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art Illustration. He is influenced by his past and present experiences as well as his surroundings. Anthony’s goal is to expand as an artist and express his creativity by telling stories through his creations. He enjoys collaborating with other artists and sharing his inspirations. 

Anthony experiments with a variety of tools and techniques with ink pens, acrylic paints, palette knives, pastels, charcoal and water colors. He focuses on the creative process, the elements and principles of design, technique and expression. Anthony’s work describes the harmony that he sees in nature and illustrates a whimsical way of looking at humanity. His goal is to express his vision as well as connecting with the viewer. 
 
Anthony is actively working out of his studio in Manchester, New Hampshire. He participates in Gallery shows, art festivals, and collaboration projects all over the North East. Anthony has painted a handful of murals at restaurants and businesses located throughout New Hampshire.

Cheryl Anderson

Cheryl is a native New Hampshirite. Her love of art includes Mixed Media; Pottery; Resin, Metals; Air Brush and Acrylic Painting. She has been an avid student of the arts for many years. Cheryl has worked with students of all ages with development disabilities, incorporating life skills through art, cooking and sports. She leads the Special Olympics for Merrimack.  Cheryl has a degree in Pastry Arts from Johnson and Wales University.

Lisa K. Salerno

Lisa K. Salerno is a mixed media artist, blogger, and arts writer. Her eclectic works are inspired by lyrical abstraction, spiritual iconography, and society as a whole, as well as her own personal experiences and connections with others. 
 
Lisa K. Salerno and is currently a regular Art Writer/Contributor with the London-based publication Niji Magazine and was Art Editor and Columnist at Inigo Online Magazine. Her art and writing have been featured on the Autism Speaks website, in 1340art Magazine, Sanctuary Magazine, the Artful Vagabond blog, The Connecticut River Review and in several other online and print publications. Lisa also starred in the 2018 documentary film, “The Camino Project”, by Emmy Award winning Director Robert Abbott. Her works have been exhibited nationally as well as internationally, with shows in the U.S., Milan, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Her works have also been acquired for inclusion in many private, corporate, and public collections.
 
Lisa holds a BFA from The Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford, where she studied under celebrated New York City painter Pat Lipsky. She was later selected for residency at the renowned Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. 
 

Jodi Boisvert

Jodi Boisvert is a self-taught artist specializing in several art medias. NH native, Jodi works with a range of materials from basic pencils, watercolors, tactile arts, polymer clays but has honed in on her love of family and children. Sculpting life size infants, and fatasy elves and fairies; paper crafts and more... She is doing what her heart has longed for and that is brining these 3D replica's into existence in a soft flesh like silicone. Her love of art has given her the opportunity to experiment and mater professional techniques in a veriety of media's.