A professional writer and photographer, I’m the author of two books on health, and numerous articles across a range of topics from health to education, religion and philosophy. I’m currently working on a book about maker spaces in public libraries. My work is focused on helping empower individuals to live and learn in meaningful, personally […]
David Henry Williams is a professional photographer who has integrated over 30 of professional experience as a corporate, editorial, fashion, fine arts and portrait photographer to produce images that capture the people, the events and the places that personally move him. His subjects range from blues singers to corporate executives, preschoolers to high school seniors, […]
I work in communications and marketing…, to pay bills. My two artistic passions are – first and foremost – poetry which I address in some way every day – and photography… have been at both since the mid-70s. I’m an ambient music fanatic (Eno!) – listen to the internet radio of SomaFM every day… with […]
My art is about celebrating color, life, joy and journey. I work primarily in acrylics because it allows me to express my creativity quickly with many layers and techniques within short periods of time. I also like to create digital art using Photoshop, Painter and Procreate. Some of my paintings even provide the basis for many of […]
Carla Wilkins grew up in Tampa, Florida and earned a Bachelor of Science in visual art at The Florida State University followed by a Masters in Art Education from The University of New Mexico. She has taught in elementary and secondary schools and loves bringing out the creativity in all children and in every kind […]
Bonnie Whitehurst moved to Florida, from Michigan, in 1979. She worked for the Pinellas County Arts Council for 20 years in the Artist in the Schools program. Since 2001 she became a full-time music teacher at Espiritu Santo Catholic School where she also plays the organ and cantors. Additionally, Bonnie is the music director for […]
My inspiration as an artist comes from the courage of my former elementary art students. I learned so much from their creativity when I would encourage them to “take a risk, don’t worry about the outcome” because “art is about the process, not the end product . . . it is the gateway to problem-solving.” […]
Beth Wetherington is an graphic designer, with extensive experience with print media. In addition to winning numerous national PBS awards for her design work at WEDU-TV, she works as a fine artist in watercolor, colored pencil and graphite. She is a member of Tampa Regional Artists and is the editor of TRA’s newsletter.
Kenna Westerman got her first camera by saving sugar coupons at the age of eight years old. Inspired by watching her grandparents constantly taking photographs and movies, she began to freeze time with her camera at all family gatherings Her two children became new subjects to photograph. Raising her children and working didn’t stop the […]
I am a freelance documentary photographer and photojournalist. I teach photography in Tampa and have been doing so for over 10 years. For more info see Tampa Photography Classes and Tampa Photography workshops tab at my website. Don’t forget to check out the comments from past students. Let’s get clickin’!