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Pictured left: Claudia Morales McCain. right: Evie Woltil Richner
A Further Introduction...
Claudia Morales McCain is an abstract painter and educator based in the San Francisco bay area. She received her BFA at California State University, Fullerton & her MFA in Drawing and Painting from California State University, Long Beach. Claudia has exhibited her work throughout the United States & abroad including the Torrance Art Museum (CA), The Pacific Design Center (CA), University Art Museum (CA), Arizona State University (AZ), Kohler Arts Center (WI), Alexander Calder Arts Center (MI), United States Embassy, New Zealand, and Centro Nacional De Arte (El Salvador). Claudia teaches drawing and painting at Santa Rosa Junior College. When she is not teaching, you can find her drawing or painting away in the studio or exploring her new found love for anything to do with clay.
Evie Woltil Richner is an interdisciplinary artist with a primary focus on drawing. Her work explores ideas surrounding the passage of time and the impact this passage has on our thoughts, our feelings, and our everyday life. She is an Assistant Professor in Foundations and Drawing at Austin Peay State University. She attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate and graduate work, getting her BFA in Printmaking, BA in English, and MFA in Painting and Drawing. She loves thinking about teaching, talking about teaching, and being both an educator and a life-long learner.