Jeanette M. Bolden (b.1990) is a visual artist and printmaker based in Mount Rainier, Maryland. As a student, Bolden received The Washington Print Club’s 2021 Young Printer Award and was featured in the fall 2021 issue of On Paper: Journal of The Washington Print Club.
In the summer of 2022, Bolden interned at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center and co-taught the Hispanic Heritage Month Internship Program. Toward the end of her academic program at the University of Maryland, she participated in the Honor Thesis and Senior Exhibition. Having graduated with a B.A. in studio arts as an honor student, she participated in the Exercises for Emerging Artists program by Transformer Gallery in 2023.
Ennis Hodgson (He/Him) is a mixed-media artist from Silver Spring, Maryland. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts with a concentration in Multimedia Studio Art from Morgan State University. Ennis’ artistic practice incorporates a diverse range of mediums, including photography, digital media, graphic design, collage, drawing, and printmaking. His work has been featured at The Eubie Blake Cultural Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Ennis was also an Osborne Fellow at the Truro Center for The Arts At Castle Hill in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Kate Horwich (she/her) is a multi-media artist specializing in design, illustration, and painting. She is passionate about wildlife, science, music, and education, and particularly loves making work that reflects these passions. She has been making art in a variety of traditional mediums for as long she can remember, and she has over a decade of digital art experience. She graduated with aBFA inCommunication Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2020, with a concentration in Scientific Illustration and a minor in Biology. Kate is a strong believer that anyone can create art, no matter how “creative” or “uncreative” they think they are.
Kate is a Graphic and Visual Artist. She was born in Seoul, South Korea, and adopted when she was 2 years old. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts with majors in Painting and Electronic Media at the University of South Florida. Her paintings have been shown in public art shows in Tampa, FL. She worked as a Graphic Artist for 12 years creating logos, advertisements, brochures, magazines, vehicle wrap designs, photo editing, invitations, and marketing collateral. She returned to live in South Korea in 2010 where she studied abroad and volunteered as a Graphic Artist for a non-profit organization. She likes to create abstract paintings using a variety of media and is influenced by the artist Henri Matisse.
Kate is currently interested in a career as an Art Educator and her vision is to encourage others to create while having fun and developing their own unique style. She feels that art brings people together from diverse cultures and backgrounds and helps to build connections in our community. Art can be energizing and relaxing, a tool for expression, as well as a form of therapy. Kate likes spending time with children because they enjoy the process of art-making with curiosity and an open mind while being present and in the moment. She would like to help others increase their self-esteem through art-making in a creative environment that is relaxing and inspirational.
Dylan Krinberg (they/them) is a multimedia artist and third culture kid. They received their Bachelor of Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University in Communication Arts (2021). Dylan has been featured in two student group shows at the Anderson Gallery as well as the Torpedo Factory Art Center’s 2022 Fall Salon. Currently, they are building their first body of work and have an interest in social practice.
Their work consists of collage and water-based painting mediums, their favorite being acryla-gouache at the moment. They look to subtly approach topics such as autonomy, intimacy, impermanence, and existentialism. Inspiration for them can stem from a variety of sources such as personal experiences, google search rabbit holes, and the metaphysical. Exploration of composition, belonging, and alienation are integral to how they formulate their creative process.