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Instructors

Wojciechowski, Pat

PAT WOJCIECHOWSKI's career in art spans almost 30 years. After graduating from Ringling School of Art, he began a long and varied career in graphic design and endeavors in all areas of art. His knife-making career began in an Adult Blacksmithing class taught by Master Carpenter and Blacksmith Tom Myers. Here, Pat discovered a love for the old world craft of moving metal, as well as a calling in the Hand Forged Knife business. Pat started Oaks Bottom Knives out of a deep desire to create art that is both beautiful and functional.

Wright, Paige

Starting at a young age in an after-school art class in Portland, Oregon, PAIGE WRIGHT discovered an access to play and a fulfillment of purpose through making with the figure in clay. After attending the University of Montana for her Bachelors in Fine Arts in 2006, Paige participated in two Artist-in-Residency programs, the Carbondale Clay Center's long-term program and the Red Lodge Clay Centers yearlong residency. Paige researched portraiture and the avenues of self-perception for her Masters in Fine Arts at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio in 2012.

Zornado, Marilyn

MARILYN ZORNADO is a book artist, calligrapher and animator. Her books are at the John Wilson Special Collection and University of Washington. Her animated films have been screened around the world. Author of “Adventures in Pen Land, An Inky Journey.”