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Jesse Sanchez
Jesse Sanchez

Jesse Sanchez has over ten years of experience in design and has been a recipient of many top awards. He specializes in book cover design, type and logo design, promotional materials, illustration, and exhibit design. He has done work for many well-known book and ebook publishers including Grand Central Publishing, Simon & Schuster, Penguin Random House, Kensington Books, M.E. Sharpe, and St. Martin's Press. Jesse is also an experienced graphic design instructor and serves on several committees that work to bring art to a wider audience. He is a graduate of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art.

Stephanie  Schleicher
Stephanie Schleicher

Mrs. Schleicher has a BA from Fordham, College at Lincoln Center in film. She has taught at Jacob Burns Film Center, Frenchwoods Festival of Performing Arts, and area schools. Along with her own work, her clients include corporations and non profits completing digital media projects. Her work can be viewed on:

www.mamapalooza.com.

Judith Weber
Judith Weber

Judith Weber has been a ceramic artist for over 50 years. Motivated by the relationship between form and function she has spent most of her professional life designing limited edition dining accessories.  Her work has been featured in Tableware Today, Gourmet, Architectural Digest, Martha Stewart Living and Bon Appétit magazines. She has been represented at museum shops throughout the United States including SFMOMA in San Francisco, the Museum of Art and Design in New York and the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. Her work has been exhibited nationally in design galleries and specialized boutiques.

As an artist who thrives on challenge and diversity, she has also created custom tile for residential and commercial application, spear-headed teams for tile installation projects and is committed to arts as an essential element in community action and development. 

She is the past president of the New Rochelle Council on the Arts and the President of the Board of Directors at Clay Art Center in Port Chester, NY.  She was the managing developing partner of Media Loft, Westchester’s only live/work condominium established for artists in Westchester County.  She is presently teaching ceramics at Clay Art Center, creating mixed media workshops to engage the senior community and is the Volunteer Coordinator at ArtsWestchester.

“As an artist who thrives on challenge and diversity, I am committed to exploring the techniques needed to create unusual and highly personal work.  My work strives to capture the “essence” of an experience, an environment, a memory, an issue or current events and from that information, create a permanent and intimate work of art.” Judith Weber. 

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