ArtWorks Gallery & Studio's Senior Program Coordinator. She oversees the all creative expression that the ArtWorks Gallery and studio an art program driven by Keystone Community Resources. A graduate from Keystone College with bachelor's degree in Visual Art and specialization in Art Therapy. Kaitlin's passion for immersing individuals with intellectual disabilities into the larger arts community has been expressed through the continuous growth of the ArtWorks program. Kaitlin has instructed children & adults with intellectual disabilities and autism, along with community based classes for over 10+ years. She has exhibited her art work in galleries throughout the mid-Atlantic region. She has been commissioned in several permanent installations and mural works. Her passion is to continuously explore various processes and expressions through primarily clay and printmaking.
Delia studied Interior Design at Cazenovia College. She also attended Keystone College where she concentrated on Business and Fine Art. In February of 2016, Delia joined the Artwork’s team as an Art Instructor. Delia is currently the Program Manager of the ArtWorks Gallery & Studio. Along with Delia's leadership responsibilities, creating community relationships through creative expression has been a passion of hers. She specializes in oil painting, charcoal & pastel drawing. Delia expresses her passion for the arts by continuously expanding and creating opportunities for individuals with disabilities and autism.
is a graduate from Marywood University, Magna Cum Laude with her Bachelors of Arts in Art Therapy and Art History, Minor: Psychology. Margie also studied at Studio Arts College International (SACI), College of Art & Design, Florence, Italy
Margie's creative practice centers on research and reading. For her, scholarly research and
reading are as important to the creative process as the physical act of painting. She aims to translate learned ideas, histories, and theories into an emotional response through mixed media and
painting. I aspire to find the human interaction and particularly a feminine essence in very
concrete and objective concepts. Dried flowers and plants are often incorporated into my work to
reflect the life source and belief that the creative process is much like a rhythmic life cycle,
always modifying itself and evolving. New ideas are born from learned processes, and mature
into a tangible object. I hope to emphasize the unity between creating and learning, exploring
new paradigms of powerful expression.
Colleen is a Fulbright Scholar to Thailand and received her MA in decorative arts and design from Bard in New York City. She possesses curatorial experience at the Met, the Museum of Arts and Design, and Sotheby's Home. Her experience living in Italy helps her appreciate all forms of creativity, and informs her methods of fostering intellectual curiosity in the classroom. Colleen paints in oil and enjoys portraits and landscapes. She is motivated to design exciting projects for her students using found materials especially vintage jewelry, comics, and textiles.