Joe Hindley attended the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art, Newark, NJ from 1967-1971 on a merit scholarship. He was drafted into the army, where he worked as a mural painter at Fort Riley. After the army, Hindley stayed in Kansas. He explored a variety of media, i.e. printmaking, ceramic, film and anything to expand his creative options.
Floyd Gompf maintains a studio in Lakeside, MI. and shows locally in the Southwest Michigan area including, Red Arrow Gallery in Harbert, Good Goods Gallery in Saugatuck, Lovell and Whyte in Lakeside. His work can also be seen at Susan Fredman Design in Chicago and Lill St. Gallery in Chicago.
Elizabeth Coyne has Masters of Fine Arts in painting from the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York, a B.A. in fine arts from Purdue University and has studied and lectured at the Art Institute of Chicago. Her work has been featured in Chicago, New York City, Washington D.C., Canada, and Germany.
Anne Corlett graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a BS in Fine Art. She continued her studies at the Art Institute of Chicago, The Royal Academy of Art in London, the Kalamazoo Institute of Art and Oxbow in Saugatuck, MI. She crosses from one medium to another – oil, watercolor, pastel, monotype – in order to tease out new meaning and insight from familiar subjects.