Bryan enjoys being creative, whether painting, drawing, sculpting or mixing it all up. He has taught art lessons privately at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and in various metro libraries across the state of Oklahoma. His work is in private collections in the U.S., Australia and France. Bryan is also an award-winning graphic designer for the Federal Aviation Administration. He currently has artwork on display at the Department of Transportation headquarters in Washington, D.C. Bryan received his BFA from Oklahoma City University in 1997. Samples of Bryan's work can be seen at bryandahlvang.webs.com.
Since learning to sew at age 8, Sherri has been unable to keep her hands off fibers. When the opportunity to learn to weave became available 10 years ago, she jumped in with both hands. After covering all the basics, she began to acquire her own looms. When those looms threatened to overrun the house, she established her own studio, Golden Elm Fibers, and is currently working on developing her own unique style of fiber arts.
Sherri's work has been exhibited with the Weavers Guild of Oklahoma City, of which she is currently president. They are working tirelessly to promote weaving in OKC and to share this wonderful craft.
Kara is an art instructor and potter from Edmond. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Education from the University of Central Oklahoma. She received an award for excellence in the field of ceramics from the College of Arts Media and Design at UCO and has had her work showcased in several group exhibitions. Kara also currently teaches art for kindergarten through eighth grade at St. Eugene Catholic School in Oklahoma City.
Bert is an American Expressionist painter and has exhibited his work throughout the United States and around the world. He has previously taught watercolor, acrylic, and paint making workshops.
Jason teaches creative writing at Deer Creek High School. An Oklahoma Writing Project teacher consultant, he is a regular at Red Dirt Poetry on Wednesday nights at Sauced on Paseo. His grandpas served in World War II and the Korean War.
Tim holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in both printmaking and ceramics from the University of Dallas, has been a master painter for numerous artists and worked as a teaching assistant with the late printmaker Dan Kiacz. Tim taught at North Lake College in Irving, Texas, for several years, which led to his being invited to teach courses in Rome. He has presented printmaking workshops at several Oklahoma colleges and universities, the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute.
Glen has a bachelor's degree in art and has completed graduate work at the University of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University. His work has recently been displayed at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center and 50 Penn Place.