Douglas Pierre Baulos received his MFA from the University of New Orleans and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He regularly teaches workshops and lectures on his research in book arts, drawing and visual ecology. In 2009 Baulos won the President’s Award For Excellence In Teaching at UAB.
He currently is the Assistant Professor of Drawing at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the curriculum director at Studio by the Tracks, an art center that provide free art classes to emotionally conflicted children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other mental illnesses. His drawings, installations, and books have been exhibited/published both nationally and internationally. His current works are explorations (visual) and meditations (poetry) centering on his ideas of spirituality, love, death, shelter, and hope.
“Although I work with the feelings of loss, mortality, and the power and delicate nature of memory, my work is a reflection of my attempt to live my life in fragile exultation.” To read more of Doug’s Artist Statement, visit his website at https://dougbaulos.com
Jerry is currently based in Austin, TX. “As an artist I want to make work that is a reflection of my thoughts and feelings regarding the natural environment. I’m interested in encapsulating the shelter, comfort, and connection I feel when in natural spaces and making them tangible for an audience through the creation of objects. These objects usually manifest as drawings, prints and animation. For me the woods are a place for healing, a place to learn through observation. It’s not an ecstatic state, it’s not always filled with pure joy, but rather a consistent and unfolding wealth that sometimes challenges me and yet allows me to connect with my surroundings and myself. There is a profundity to this feeling that I want to explore and share.” To see more of Jerry’s work, visit his website at https://www.moviesthatmayneverplay.com
The Camera Club provides members, from beginners to professionals, with educational and skill building opportunities in the art of photography. Membership in the Eastern Shore Camera Club is open to anyone with an interest in photography and all skill levels are welcome. The club meets once per month. Find more information via their website at www.escamera.org
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