Chris Ann Ambery is a New York based multi-disciplinary artist and educator. Chris Ann was born and raised in Queens, New York and currently resides with her family in Smithtown. She received a BFA in illustration from Parsons School of Design and an MFA in printmaking from LIU Post. Her work speaks of the constant state of flux encountered in life. She draws her influences from the shapes, textures and movements of the natural world as well as, the fleeting thoughts, ideas, and dreams that pass through our minds every day. Chris Ann has been become involved with less-toxic printmaking methods such as solar plate and saline –sulfate etching. For over seven years Chris Ann has been teaching drawing, painting, watercolor, and printmaking classes. Her students range in age from pre-teen thru adults, and level from the very beginner to graduate students and professional artists. She strives to help each student develop and express their unique creative voice.

Chris Ann Ambery
Jim Minet
Jim Minet lives and maintains a studio on Long Island in New York.  His work has been exhibited at the Firefly Artists Gallery in Northport, NY, The Art Students League of NY and the Vanderbilt Planetarium.  He has been published in Paintworks Magazine and Newsday and is also affiliated with many companies in the art materials industry conducting frequent demonstrations and workshops.

Jim studied at The Art Students League in Manhattan.  In addition painting, and representing companies in the fine art materials industry, Jim teaches a class for painting and drawing at the 92nd St. Y in Manhattan and conducts frequent workshops throughout the Northeastern United States.
  Amal is freelance illustrator and instructor originally from Baltimore, MD.  She is published in traditional and educational children’s books, magazines with works in international collections and museums.  A recent MFA illustration graduate from the Academy of Art University, San Francisco she currently lives in the pleasantly, peculiar village of Port Jefferson on Long Island with her husband, daughter, and a thousand giant mushrooms.