A person who dons many hats, Shereen Collington is a budding filmmaker who dreams of becoming an academy award winning director one day. With a penchant for black and white films, Shereen’s tryst with film-making began at Collins College in Phoenix, Arizona in 2009.
Artistic merits aside, it is a unique and refreshing experience to meet creative personalities Cristian and Cindy Vargas-Candamil, the brother-sister team behind Candamill Gallery.
Jennifer Vitalia is a pure example of someone who needed to be trained to realize her own talents. As a young girl she would travel to Ohio in the summer where her grandmother and step brother lived. While she was there she typically would want to play sports with her step-brother. But her grandmother would pull her away and introduce her to the world of art and photography. At the tender age of five years old her grandmother opened her eyes on how to draw and how to look at things differently. Since then Jennifer has laid out her own canvas and has created an artistic path that is meant to touch everyone in a positive hue. We caught up with her during some of her “down time” so she can fill us in on her mission in the art world.
Haitian American Artist Guy Stanley Philoche started painting at a very young age. A class trip to the Moma (Museum of Modern Art) as a young boy sparked his inspiration to become an artist.