Martin Blanco had never screen printed before he set foot in the Green Pea Press studio. Since 2012, he has been managing day-to-day operations in the screen shop and sharing his passion for screen printing by teaching classes in the evening and printing on site at events.
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Sarah Conklin is the artist behind Feather Wild's printed textiles and fabric objects. As a young child she spent her days learning and sewing alongside her mother. These days she creates her textiles in her home studio to be close at hand to facilitate life learning whenever the mood strikes her curious & artistic teens. She is a founding member of the Green Pea Press printmakers collective, and the Pea Pod carries her locally made eco-friendly textiles. Check out her textiles and other projects on social media.
Rachel Lackey is the founder of Green Pea Press, and holds a BA in Studio Art from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. A former Montessori teacher, she has taught classes for children ages 1-18 for fifteen years. She works and has won awards in a variety of media, and continues to pursue her interest in combining printmaking with other fine art processes, while running GPP full-time.
Brian Walker is a local artist who focuses on relief blocks: carving in wood or linoleum to print zombies, monsters and strange critters on paper and shirts. He's been carving since 2006 and travels around the South selling at fan conventions when he's not at Green Pea Press.