Monday, December 24, 2012

Christmas Wishes

Blown Glass by Chihuly at the Dallas Arboretum

Merry Christmas wishes of blessings, peace on earth and tidings of joy to you and yours...

It's been a tough year for many around the globe...many have lost their jobs, homes, health, savings...and even their loved ones. Many have also lost their sense of security, purpose and a place in the world.  I dedicate these Christmas wishes to all those lost and grieving souls, looking to mend, to find love, and find life's meaning again.

Yet my heart is lightened as I drive around the neighborhood and see beacons of hope and gratitude for blessings, shining as glittering lights of the Season from house to house, and heart to heart. Somehow, in spite of all that's happened in the world, and maybe especially because of all the recent tragedies, our lights just grow brighter as we come together in celebration of the real light of the Christ within all of our hearts, now and always.

I sold my Christmas lights and tree this year myself, but I managed to decorate the mantel, the door and a window. However, what lets me shine the most, is not the decorations, but the giving of love.

Let's all take a moment to rekindle that sometimes dimmed light within...the Light that says, "You are loved, you have purpose, you matter in this world!"

Let your light so shine that Christmas may be felt in the hearts of each of us, a lamp unto our feet, a balm to the sick, a comfort to the grieving, famished affections everywhere.

Merry Christmas,

PS. Studio Zanne is giving a humble donation to Heifer International from the proceeds of my Christmas Open House, on behalf of of my clients and fans. Thank you for your support this year and always!

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Open House

A Christmas Open House &
“Name-Your-Own-Price” Art Sale!
Inner Light, 30x24" oil on canvas by S'zanne Reynolds

Featuring original artwork by S’zanne Reynolds
(and a version of her former self)

This fun end-of-year sale helps provide good homes to many works of art…
Or, just stop in for some holiday cheer and refreshments
I’d love to see you!

Saturday, December 15, noon to 6 p.m.

@ Home Studio in North Austin. Please contact me for address/directions.

 Cash or credit cards accepted,
and Merry Christmas Wishes!

New Gallery Space

Bridge at 183/Cameron, 36x48" digital print by S'zanne Reynolds

I'm so pleased to announce that I've recently joined
eight artists in residence  
Austin Art Space Gallery and Studios.

I hope you'll come by and see my newest works in my new gallery space.


Austin Art Space is located at Northcross Center
Behind Northcross Mall
7739 Northcross Dr., Suite Q
Austin TX 78757

Gallery Hours
Fridays and Saturdays
11 a.m.-6 p.m., and by appointment

Studios Hours
Weekdays when artists are on the premises or by appointment.
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Wednesday, December 5, 2012

"12BUY12" Art Reception, Saturday Dec. 8

Hill Country Reflections by S'zanne Reynolds, oil diptick - two 12x12" canvases

Please join me, this Saturday, at the opening reception of
everyone's favorite "12BUY12" show featuring myself
and our community of local artists. 
Be sure to ask Santa to check out these
sweet 12x12" artworks,
just in time for the holidays!

Christmas Sale
My "Hill Country Reflections" paintings (above) sell for $425 each,
or $525 for the pair, plus tax.
Mention this blog and get an additional 10% off the above diptick set
if you pay me directly by cash or check.


8th Annual Holiday Art Show & Sale
 @ Austin Art Space Gallery & Studios
Saturday, December 8th  ~  6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

Exhibition Dates: Dec. 7 - Jan. 12, 2012

Austin Art Space is located at Northcross Center
Behind Northcross Mall
7739 Northcross Dr., Suite Q
Austin TX 78757

Gallery Hours
Fridays and Saturdays
11 a.m.-6 p.m., and by appointment

Studios Hours
Weekdays when artists are on the premises or by appointment.
Visit us on Facebook!


Thursday, November 1, 2012

Friday, October 19, 2012

Boerne Paint-Out in the Pumpkin Patch

Photo © 2012 David Frank for ArtGives.Org | BoerneSpotlights.Com  

Painting in the lovely little Texas Hill Country town of Boerne,
in a pumpkin patch.
Pumpkin Patch, Plein Air 9x12" oil
by S'zanne Reynolds

Photo © 2012 David Frank

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Kerrville Outdoor Painters Event Starts Thursday!

Bull Creek  8x10" oil painted outside in Austin


Watch Artists Paint on Location Across Kerr County
Thursday-Saturday, October 4-6, 2012

Quick Draw Competition & Downtown Block Party
An evening featuring art, music, WineShare,
dining and shopping Friday, October 5
5-8 pm Admission is Free
200 Block of Earl Garrett Street, Downtown Kerrville

"Wet Paint" Art Show
Opening Reception & Sale
Saturday, October 6, 6-8 pm
Kerr Arts & Cultural Center
228 Earl Garrett, Admission is free
The Kerrville Outdoor Painters Event (KOPE) is an exciting, casual 3-day fine art event in Kerrville.  This juried event brings dozens of nationally-recognized outdoor painters to Kerr County to paint "en plein air," which refers to the style of painting "in the open air."

See the artists painting around the county and then visit the gallery at KACC
to see dozens of paintings created locally during the event. 

Each painting surface is pre-stamped with the KOPE logo to ensure the work has been done at the event.  Be part of the fun that is bringing artists from across the nation to paint our city!

If you can't make it to the opening reception, the paintings will be on exhibit at KACC 
October 6 - November 3.  Admission to the center is free!

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Displaying in AVAA Member Show

Buddah Beach, 6x8" oil by S'zanne Reynolds, Studio Zanne

My plein air study of the back of Sedona's Red Rock Cathedral will be showing in the

Austin Visual Artists Member Show
September 14 through October 6, 2012.


Hope to see you at the reception,
Saturday, September 15, 6-8 p.m.
Austin Art Space.

Live music by Justif.

Austin Art Space   
Northcross Center
Behind Northcross Mall
7739 Northcross Dr., Suite Q
Austin TX 7875

Exhibit runs Sept. 14-Oct. 6
Gallery Hours: Fridays & Saturdays, 11-6

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Discovering Your Value

Sitting Down with Friends, digital image by S'zanne Reynolds, Studio Zanne

"Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value."
~Albert Einstein

I've been thinking deeply about success and value...and how I define success and my own worth. There are so many ways to be of value and very few of them look like our modern definition of "success". 

Recently, a friend shared that her children's school has an art history program run by the parents. These volunteer moms and dads, from all walks of life, humbly present various artists and artworks to the kids. What an incredible value they are providing for those children, the teachers, the school and their community --what lives they are changing! 

So, how does one define success or measure one's value?
Is success a great painting? a big house? a tiny "green" car? or doing something "big"? It might be.
But is your value in that painting, in the house, in the car or even in the doing? Probably not.
Rather, isn't value felt by contributing color to a wall, comfort to hearts at home, and ways to transport yourself and others into living a full life? and even in just being who you are? Perhaps value isn't really created, but opportunities to experience value are. Perhaps our value is already within us...and maybe failure only comes from failing to recognize the value already there.

I read an interesting example of our inherent value. If we are all compared to individual pieces of a puzzle, each necessary for the whole, then one piece is not more important than another. If you turn the puzzle over, all the pieces look the same grey is not more colorful or more intelligent or more needed  than another. If you take even one seemingly insignificant piece away, the whole puzzle falls apart.

Would you think of yourself as more successful if you realized your inherent value....rather than thinking that your value is dependent on your success?

It seems that when we take the pressure off to perform and to be a "success",
we can then be free to experience our real value.

So go out and discover your value today...
I bet you'll be really successful at it!

Monday, August 20, 2012

Two Paintings Find New Homes

Camouflage Cowgirl,  14x18" oil on canvas

My camo cowgirl shows a spirited young woman with her "war paint" on...ready to face the world and whatever is thrown at her with dogged determination, a spirit of conviction and purity of faith. Her piercing Egyptian like eye is undaunted in facing her foes and the pain she must endure. She is the Mary of the desert of hopes and dreams...many of which have been crushed, but softly flicker around her silhouette in a halo of desperate hope. 

She was what was left of my inner child during an extremely painful part of my life. She now sits proudly in the kitchen of a dear friend who has seen her share of hard times and knows a thing or two about determination and faith herself.

Brenda's Blooms,  20x20" oil on canvas

This beautiful neighboring Bradford pear tree was calling to me to paint her a few springs back, before the drought set in. She seemed to burst up from the dark, wet, green earth in an explosion of joyful creamy blooms. She was the earth's joys waiting to be reborn and released into the hearts around her-- the soul's renewal of spring materialized.

The tree did not make it through the last two years' dry seasons and is standing bare...soon to be cut down by its new owners. The painting is now with the original home owners who had to move away due to the economy and rebuild their lives in another state. She watches over them from the painting and continues to bare record of the promise of renewal for us all.

. . . . . . .

I guess I'm feeling kind of sentimental these days. We've all been told to count our blessings if we want to receive more. Well, I've found recently, that counting my blessings is starting to help me have let go of some really difficult parts of my past...including letting go of everything from paperwork to photos to furniture to paintings....even with the person I used to identify myself as. Many of my friends and neighbors are doing the same...downsizing and going where brighter paths take them.

Have you ever been tempted to hoard your paintings, or hold onto stuff well past its usefulness?
I never really thought of myself as a hoarder until I realized that I was going to drown in my own paintings if I didn't start selling them!

In the last couple of weeks I've let go of some of my dearest paintings which have been a really difficult thing to do. As an artist you remember who you were and what you were going through at the time each painting is you bled for some of those strokes, or the joy you felt laying in all those juicy colors. Or, you think a painting must go for a certain price...or no price is adequate to repay the angst you went through to paint that one!

However, I kept having the persistent thoughts that these two paintings should go to particular homes. And, as I started to release the material things around me which were suffocating me mentally...I began to be able to allow the release of these paintings...and what they represented in my past. I'm so grateful that they were joyfully adopted!

It helps me to write about them, too...I don't think I ever really realized what they were about until recently.

I have more paintings who need new homes...!

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Kerrville Outdoor Painters' Event

OK, this is Sedona, but you can imagine a Texas Hill Country "paint out"
...without the large red rocks!

I'm so excited! I have been accepted into my first juried "plein air" paint out... the "Bigger Than Texas" Kerrville Outdoor Painters' Event
in Kerrville, Texas, October 4 – 6, 2012.

In the company of several other juried artists, I'll be painting outside along the Guadalupe River as it runs through historic Kerrville in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. I'll also be participating in a "quick draw" and painting competition... as well as exhibiting in
the Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, October 6 - November 3. 

Hope you can join in the festivities and come out and watch us paint the great outdoors!
For more info, visit KOPE.

Monday, August 13, 2012


I heard a song that really moved me today. It's a great reminder that we are redeemed, bought back, found worthy, renamed...made free to be who we really are, free from our past and our material stories of why we can't succeed today.

It's called "Redeemed" by Big Daddy Weave. Enjoy!


Seems like all I could see was the struggle
Haunted by ghosts that lived in my past
Bound up in shackles of all my failures
Wondering how long is this gonna last
Then You look at this prisoner and say to me "son
Stop fighting a fight it's already been won"

I am redeemed, You set me free
So I'll shake off these heavy chains
Wipe away every stain, now I'm not who I used to be
I am redeemed, I'm redeemed

All my life I have been called unworthy
Named by the voice of my shame and regret
But when I hear You whisper, "Child lift up your head"
I remember, oh God, You're not done with me yet

I am redeemed, You set me free
So I'll shake off these heavy chains
Wipe away every stain, now I'm not who I used to be

Because I don't have to be the old man inside of me
'Cause his day is long dead and gone
Because I've got a new name, a new life, I'm not the same
And a hope that will carry me home

I am redeemed, You set me free
So I'll shake off these heavy chains
Wipe away every stain, 'cause I'm not who I used to be

I am redeemed, You set me free
So I'll shake off these heavy chains
Wipe every stain, yeah, I'm not who I used to be
Oh, God, I'm not who I used to be
Jesus, I'm not who I used to be
'Cause I am redeemed
Thank God, redeemed

Friday, July 13, 2012

Now Showing...

Rezoning Utopia, 18x24" photo by S'zanne Reynolds

to view AVAA's Photography and Printmaking Show
featuring the work of S'zanne Reynolds and several fine Austin Artists

July 13 - August 11

Saturday, July 14 from 6 - 8 p.m.

Austin Art Space
in Northcross Center
behind Northcross Mall
7739 Northcross Dr., Suite Q
Austin TX 7875

Gallery Hours: Fridays and Saturdays, 11-6

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Velvet Elivs and the Silent Auction--Get all shook up!

Velvet Elvis, 24x18" pastel by S'zanne Reynolds

Get all shook up and bid on "Velvet Elvis" during this month's
Russell's Bakery
3339 Hancock Drive in Austin, TX
May 1-31, 2012

Let the bidding $150, do I hear $170?! 

At this month's art show, I'm auctioning off the above 24 x 18" pastel sketch, Velvet Elvis, to benefit the Best Friends Animal Society in Utah. It's a terrific organization that caters to all kinds of abused and neglected critters from all over the US...from birds, pigs and horses to cats and dogs. Their motto, "a better world through kindness to animals" is near and dear to my heart and to Austin pet lovers alike. So be sure to stop by and join in the fun for a great cause. After the first $100, the rest of the proceeds goes to Best Friends. You can take this "Velvet Elvis" home with you for a great price, supporting a great cause. Somebody's best friend will thank you!

PS. The above sketch was done in a workshop this spring with the wonderful Dawn Emerson. If you haven't checked out her work are in for a treat!

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Art Shows ...Yellow Frosting

I love that I found yellow frosting on my beach painting from a sticky fingered kid who was pointing to my artwork and exclaiming in hushed tones, "That one is my favorite, mom!"

Beach Waves Study, 8x16" acrylic by S'zanne Reynolds

For the month of May, I'm serving up an art show --complete with icing-- at Russell's Bakery (3339 Hancock Drive) in Austin. So if you're in the neighborhood and your tummy's rumbling, stop in to savor some newly frosted paintings and enjoy some fine Anderson java and Russell's own pastries... or, one of the fantastic soup/salad/sandwich combos.

"I'll have a cupcake and some iced java, please...
and a side dish of Zanne's paintings!"

Oh yeah, extra!

Paintings by S'zanne Reynolds of Studio Zanne at Russell's Bakery, Austin, TX

The Express to Success

Hill Country Marvel 1, digital photo by S'zanne Reynolds © 2012
"Success is not down the road. It can be precisely where you are on the road, right now, today." ~Victoria Moran

I was on my way to Houston (road trip) for several photo shoots I was hired to do. I was really nervous and excited at the same time. Thoughts like, what if I blow it, and, what if my photos don't turn out, were running through my head. Suddenly a flash of gorgeous blurred by my window so I made a U-turn, put on my hazards and donned my neon yellow vest.

Hill Country Marvel 2, digital photo by S'zanne Reynolds © 2012

Beholding a true Hill Country marvel, scenes like this make you grateful just to be alive! Surely God invented color right here--just look at this blanket of bluebonnets bathed in the early evening light. It's hard to fathom how parched the earth was in last summer's fires and drought when you see such verdant fields. It's even more difficult to imagine not taking a great photo of such a beautiful scene.

Case in point, I took it as a sign my work in Houston would be a blessing for all. And, as it turned out, I had a blast and my shoots were successful. More on those later.

I love what Victoria Moran says in her book, Fit From Within: "Start to interpret success as every day you pay attention to your inner life, eat reasonably, and treat yourself and others well.... The truest indication that you're winning this battle (life, whatever) comes in how you spend your days. The idea is to start living fully--and being a success in your own eyes--sooner rather than later."

Hill Country Marvel 3, digital photo by S'zanne Reynolds © 2012
Another way to put it is to pay attention to what's right there in front of you, or, on the side of the road. There might just be something really great you don't want to pass by. Success is in the eye of the beholder...particularly your own. Success begins with loving what you know and who you are right each moment to the fullest, right now. Success is right under your own feet...or in the direction you most desire to take.

So pull over and look may already be on the road to success! (If not, I highly recommend U-turns!)

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Living Color

As the sun colors flowers, so does art color life. ~John Lubbock

Man needs colour to live;
it's just as necessary an element as fire and water. ~Fernand Leger

Colours are light's suffering and joy. ~Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I am crazy about two colors: carmine and cobalt.
Cobalt is a divine color and there is nothing so beautiful
for creating atmosphere.
Carmine is as warm and lively as wine...
the same with emerald green. ~Vincent van Gogh

When I haven't any blue I use red. ~Pablo Picasso

There are connoisseurs of blue just as there are connoisseurs of wine. ~Colette

Blue is the only color which maintains its own character in all its tones... it will always stay blue; whereas yellow is blackened in its shades, and fades away when lightened; red when darkened becomes brown, and diluted with white is no longer red, but another color – pink.
~Raoul Dufy

Never has a pigment been better named than ultramarine blue.
Fashionable, even today, in its nomenclature! It is ultra in every way.
~Karen Fitzgerald

The blues tells a story. Every line of the blues has a meaning.
~John Lee Hooker

 Day is blue
silence is green
life is yellow
light traces 
lines, and never ends,
and I trail behind 
transpierced by indifference!
~Yves Klein, 1928-1962

 Blue is the male principle, stern and spiritual.
Yellow the female principle, gentle, cheerful and sensual.
Red is matter, brutal and heavy and always the colour
which must be fought and vanquished by the other two.
~Franz Marc

A certain blue enters your soul. A certain red has an effect on your blood-pressure.
~Henri Matisse 

The whole world, as we experience it visually,
comes to us through the mystic realm of color.
Our entire being is nourished by it. 
~Hans Hofmann

Monday, April 2, 2012

Published in Austin Business Journal...Again!

I'm happy to announce that my photo of Austin's Mueller Central was published today for this piece on Austin Earth Day in the Austin Business Journal. This is my third time to be published in the ABJ...thanks to PR specialist Debrah Dubay of Dubay Communications.

Sunday, April 1, 2012

A Blue Eyed Pony

Wandering the hill country highways in my blue rider,

A blur of purple flashes by my window.

I suddenly stop and pull over to see a fierce and wild field

of purple and green, woven like a Guatemalan scarf,

as far as the eye can see. I can't help but laugh...

as a little miniature horse scratches her ass on the fence

and others roll and play in the freshness of spring's smile.

A shy blue eyed pony looks back at me,

and I think of Mom singing me to sleep:

"Hush-a-bye, don't you cry
Go to sleep, my little baby
When you waken, you shall find
All the pretty little ponies
Black and blue, sorrel, too
All the pretty little ponies"

Sweet are the memories of girlhood and sorrel ponies...and the strains of the heart.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Out With Outtakes!

I've taken "outtake" out of my vocabulary!

What is an outtake anyway? some kind of outcast image...the unwanted photos, the left behind sketches, the unapproved layouts, the extras, the unused but somehow not forgotten...and always desired as "free-bees".

You wouldn't sell unfinished paintings or give away your painting sketches without charging something for them! So why is it photographers always get asked for their outtakes? Are there really any unwanted photos? If they want 'em, charge for them!

If you wouldn't show them to the public, don't show them to your client.

Charge by the image, not by the hour.
The trick in any creative endeavor, is to value your time, which is ultimately money. But valuing your end product may be even more tricky. How can you really value how much or little time or inspiration you put into something. Time may be irrelevant compared to the life time of work you've put into learning a skill.

So in learning to bid on a project...ask them what their budget is. Show them what you can do for them with that budget. Then show them how much more you can offer with a slightly higher and a very much larger budget.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Do Over's

I've been thinking a lot about my own life, how quickly it goes by and how precious it really is.
I love this poem attributed to Erma Bombeck, one of the country's most popular newspaper columnists and a best-selling author.


If I had my life to live over, I would have talked less and listened more.
I would have invited friends over to dinner even if the carpet was stained and the sofa faded.
I would have eaten the popcorn in the 'good' living room and worried much less about the dirt when someone wanted to light a fire in the fireplace.

I would have taken the time to listen to my grandfather ramble about his youth.
I would never have insisted the car windows be rolled up on a summer day because my hair had just been teased and sprayed.

I would have burned the pink candle sculpted like a rose before it melted in storage.
I would have sat on the lawn with my children and not worried about grass stains.
I would have cried and laughed less while watching television - and more while watching life.

I would have shared more of the responsibility carried by my husband.
I would have gone to bed when I was sick instead of pretending the earth would go into a holding pattern if I weren't there for the day.

I would never have bought anything just because it was practical, wouldn't show soil or was guaranteed to last a lifetime.
Instead of wishing away nine months of pregnancy, I'd have cherished every moment and realized that the wonderment growing inside me was the only chance in life to assist God in a miracle.
When my kids kissed me impetuously, I would never have said, "Later. Now go get washed up for dinner."

There would have been more "I love you's".. More "I'm sorrys" ...
But mostly, given another shot at life, I would seize every minute... look at it and really see it ... live it...and never give it back.

Monday, February 27, 2012

The Business of Art: Are you a risk taker?

An entrepreneur is one who is willing to take risks in order to make a profit. It is also one who is enterprising, ie. marked by imagination, initiative, and a readiness to undertake new projects. (source: The Free Dictionary by Farlex)

Are we risk takers with our creativity? Do we risk a bold stroke and miles of canvass, or do we tinker with a timid line and remain stingy with one piece of paper at a time? This could be a clue to how we are in the business of our art as well.

Jim Hart has an interesting article, What If...Artists Were Trained as Entrepreneurs?, posted on The gist of his essay is that higher education doesn't prepare artists to make a living and that they should introduce more business courses in school. This isn't big news for most of us, nor does it help the majority of us already employed as artists. He also does not address the historically proven approach of learning under a mentor or in an atelier, which are all but extinct in this country. But whether or not you agree with the educational part, Hart does make some interesting points about artists taking an entrepreneurial approach to their careers:
Entrepreneurs look for potential gaps or opportunities within the market. If a market is over-saturated, it is probably not the best place to be to be setting up shop, as one will have to compete with sizable odds and obstacles. More competition, more risk and the less likelihood of success. However, if one chooses an alternate path to the typical (of New York and Los Angeles) and, instead, looks to markets where there are sizable cultural gaps or interests under represented (potential audience), artists have the opportunity to fill such a gap and create a niche, which can dramatically increase the artists’ chances of making a living.
What steps could you be taking --what risks could you assume-- to be more entrepreneurial in the marketing and business side of your art, as well as your creative processes? I'm not suggesting we "sell out" for a profit...but rather that we create a bold vision.

What opportunities might be found (or found missing) in your immediate communities or in neighboring cities, or even distant lands that may be a possible market for your work?

What moves might you have to take to be more entrepreneurial--a risk taker--in your business of art?

Monday, February 13, 2012

SOLD! - Art Auction Raises $30k for State Hospital

12x9" pastel, "Variations No. 2"

I donated the above pastel, Variations No. 2, to the ASH Insights Art Show & Sale, benefiting the Austin State Hospital. I was thrilled to learn that it was purchased by state employee and show organizer, Donna Brown. And, over $30,000 was raised to benefit the hospital through this benefit!

The following is an announcement from their program. To see it in its entirety online, click here:

Through ticket sales, the purchase of professional and patient art, and generous sponsors, over $30,000 was raised to enrich the lives of children and adults receiving treatment at the Austin State Hospital.

One of the most successful activities at the recent event was the community painting. Guests had the opportunity to contribute their artistic talents on a painting which was auctioned off at the end of event. View additional photos of event, including the live community paintings. Without the support of individuals, companies, and foundations, the Volunteer Services Council would not be able to provide funding for special programs and services.

Thanks again for partnering to find solutions towards wellness.

Special thanks to the oustanding artists who believed in our mission:
Piercarlo Abate, Milli Apelgren, Kerry Awn, Ethan Azarian, Gilbert Beall, Kim Bernson, Eric Beverly, Matt Bowman, Laura Caffrey, Carol Calvery, Jo Castillo, Paul Civiletto, Douglas Clark, Shawn Corbett, Andrea Crawford, Donna Crosby, Chuck Croslin, Anne Ducote, Mike Etie, Jane Fier, Graham Franciose, Suzanne Gandy, Ann Goldsmith, Chase Heard, Britta Herzog, J.M. Hicks, Steve Hopson, Robert Hurst, Megan Jaster, Rusty Jones, Barbara Kelly, Sue Kemp, Suzanne Kfoury, Rita Kirkman, Melissa Knight, Allyson Lipkin, Andrew Long, Michael Long, Denise Mahlke, Maggi Miller, Bunny Oliver, Eileen Pestorius, Libby Peters, Jeanne Philquist, Terry Pittsford, Gabrielle Stein, Robbin Robertson Polter, Molly Reid, S’zanne Reynolds, Darrell Keith Roberts, Priscilla Robinson, Andrew Rockenstein, Jeri Salter, Larry Staida, Terry Starnes, Julia Teachey, Eliza Thomas, Billy Tice, Robin Tripaldi, Virginia Vaughan, Phillip Wade, and Jerry Walters.