Audrey Carroll (Dahlia Lettering)
Audrey Carroll is the face (and handwriting) behind Dahlia Lettering, a commission calligraphy service based out of Jackson County, AL. With humble beginnings on Etsy in February 2016, Dahlia is continuing to grow and has been featured in numerous weddings, events, and homes across the country. In August, Audrey will transfer to UAH to complete her bachelor's degree in Secondary English Education and further pursue involvement in the lovely Huntsville arts community!
Brian Scott Walker
Brian has been a Huntsville native since 2001. He has been been drawing these absurd monsters, creatures and comic fantasy pieces since middle school. Brian studied at the University of Alabama at Huntsville and got into printmaking his senior year 2006, and has been making up for lost time ever since. He sells his work through Green Pea Press and at fan conventions around the southeast.
Bogdan Cristian Ghita
Bogdan first became interested in woodcut prints in 2008 as a student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville when he took an art class as an elective. The medium's surface textures inspired him to explore its many possibilities for design. He's an untutored artist. His body of works is influenced by memories of his childhood in Romania, as well as his personal struggles and interests.
Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful - William Morris
I create with this quote and the earth we live on in mind. My textiles begin as a sketch which are then screen printed in small quantities onto thrifted and up-cycled fabrics using water based ink. These fabrics are then sewn into everyday use textiles and fabric objects that are beautiful and have a soul. Each print has a story behind it and each piece is only a few of a kind with slight variations in fabric and ink color, which is reflective of the handmade process.
Baxter Stults received his BFA in graphic design from the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2015. It was during his undergraduate studies that he discovered printmaking. His work, often absurd or illogical, is created in response to his own search for meaning and connection. Baxter is currently pursuing his MFA in printmaking at the University of Tennessee.