Andrew Reineberg

Andrew Reineberg received his BFA in Printmaking from Millersville University in 2016, but has been making since a child at the kitchen table with his grandparents. He has since taught community classes at local galleries and institutions and shown his work at Millersville University’s Sykes Gallery and locally at the Lancaster Museum of Art and various pop-up shows around town.

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Mary Louise Ravese

Mary Louise Ravese specializes in nature and travel photography from locations across the world. In 2020 she was recognized as “Master Artisan in Fine Art Photography” by the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen. Her photographs are in private, university, and corporate collections in over 40 states and are exhibited nationally. Mary Louise is an experienced photography instructor who has trained hundreds of amateur photographers. She enjoys teaching on a wide range of topics related to nature, travel, and creative photography. She leads classes and workshops at a variety of locations across the United States and abroad. For more information, visit her website at

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Paula Lewis

Paula Lewis has been experimenting with fiber art for some ten years. She is a Master Artisan of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and has served them in various volunteer roles for almost 20 years, most recently “retiring” from the position as vice president of standards. Paula is always happy to share the joys of studio play (and gardening and cooking). The process is equally important as the finished work – both should make us happy.

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Barry Miller

I live in Denver with wife of 30 years, Diana, and we have three adult children; Emily, Andrew and Allyson. We also have two grandchildren; Olivia and Jeremiah. I work locally for an Alarm Service provider as a Fire Alarm Designer and Systems Engineer. We enjoy camping when we have the time as well as hiking. I grew up in Lancaster County PA and graduated from Cocalico High School and then served in the United States Army for three years and the Oregon Army National Guard while in College.

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Amanda Church

I have loved crafts since I was young and always enjoyed paper crafts since it is a material easy to obtain and inexpensive. Having spent many years as a Bookkeeper, crafting has always been a good way to relax and unwind. Modular Origami is my main passion as the designs that can be produced are limitless. It is a way to spread joy with paper without words.

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Tara Labosky

Tara Labosky is a York County artist, architect, construction manager, and educator whose fascination with buildings began at a young age. She has been designing and drawing buildings since the 8th grade and counts architectural drafting as her favorite class in high school.

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Tim See

I am a ceramic artist born in Syracuse, New York in 1979. I have lived in the Greater Syracuse area, commonly known as Central New York, all of my life. I began working in clay while an art student at Onondaga Community College and completed my Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics with Honors at Syracuse University in 2004.

My work has been shown at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C, the Everson Museum in Syracuse, NY, the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester, NY,  and, at Baltimore Clayworks in Maryland  – as well as many other galleries and shows. The work has been recognized with awards every year since 2003.

I have taught beginning, intermediate and advanced pottery to adults in a community-based ceramics studio at Clayscapes Pottery, Inc. since 2006. I also have taught children and teens at the elementary, middle and high school levels in workshops, as a visiting artist, and, in year-long after-school programs. I have really enjoyed traveling throughout the northeast engaging potters in half-day, full-day, and multi-day workshops tailored to their unique goals.

As a founding member of the Independent Potters Association, I work collaboratively with fellow artists to organize and implement several charitable events each year as well as group exhibitions. I help organize group shows, an art trail, and a high school ceramics competition annually as well.

Social media have provided me with many platforms to communicate with more than 11,000 potters nationally and internationally. Since 2007, I have produced 92 educational videos on pottery that have been viewed almost 2 million times and attracted more than 13,000 subscribers.

My wife Brenda Pierce and I live in Bridgeport, NY with our cat Viggo.

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Sara Gallo

Sara Gallo is an artist, jeweler, and CAD designer based in Lancaster, PA. She earned her BFA and BSE from Millersville University and MFA with a concentration in Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Sara exhibited in the prestigious PMA craft show in 2011 and 2016. She currently works part-time as a custom jeweler, teaches with the PA Guild, and is a stay-at-home mom to her two kids.

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Lauren G. Koch

Lauren G. Koch is an internationally exhibiting, interdisciplinary artist and musician. She is originally from Georgia with strong roots in Appalachia; however, she has been based out of Maryland since 2017. Lauren received her MFA from the University of Maryland in the midst of the 2020 COVID lockdown. When she is not teaching printmaking, sculpture, watercolor, and creative mindfulness workshops in the DC area, she is supporting art non-profits as a graphic designer and marketing manager. Lauren’s work is strongly influenced by her heritage, drawing from fleeting personal experiences and remnants of collective memory.

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Karen O’Lone-Hahn

A professional artist with 30 years of experience as a painter. Awards in local and regional shows. Paintings and prints are in public and private collections around the world. Ten years as a ceramic artist creating functional illustrated pots with white porcelain and paper clay. Awards in local and regional shows. Exhibitions: Ceramics: Havre de Grace 57th Art Show, Havre de Grace, Md- Second Place, Oct. 2022 Artists of Yardley 10th Juried Exhibition, Yardley, Pa. – Honorable mention, May 2022 York Arts Festival, York, Pa. – First Place, August 2021 Rehoboth Beach 48th Annual Fine Craft Exhibition, Rehoboth Beach, De. -First Place, July 2021 Rehoboth Beach 47th Annual Fine Craft Exhibition, Rehoboth Beach, De.-Honorable Mention July 2020 Education B.A. in Art Education, Buffalo State College, Buffalo NY, 1991 Ceramics Penland School of Craft, 2014 Arrowmont School of Crafts 2016 The Art Studio, Wilmington De. 2012-13 Skills and specialties: Hand building, wheel throwing, Mishima technique, altering thrown objects, surface decoration and illustration, porcelain and porcelain paperclay 35 Kimbelot Lane, Landenberg, Pa. 19350- cell: 610-299-3210 IG-@karenolonehahn/FB-risingstarart

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