Carol Fleming

ARTIST’S WEBSITE »   Carol Fleming, Sculptor 1988, MFA, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. Carol is a clay artist. Her studio, Terra Nova, is located in St. Louis, Missouri. “As a career studio artist of 18 years, I am pleased to address a viewing audience of my fellow deaf artists and art patrons. Molding clay with [...]

Carol Fleming2018-09-19T16:37:30-04:00

Eiichi Mitsui

In his workshop in Komatsu, Japan, Eiichi Mitsui produces elegant works of porcelain decorated in the style known as Kutani, after the village where it was developed almost 350 years ago. Although he creates new designs based on the traditional motifs and favours brighter colours than those used in the past, his work remains true [...]

Eiichi Mitsui2018-07-11T15:58:50-04:00

Ellen Mansfield

ARTIST’S WEBSITE »   Ellen was born Deaf in Manhattan, New York, and grew up in New Jersey for 7 years. She went to public school and learned poorly without sign language and interpreters. Ellen spent her summers in Goldens Bridge countryside, north of New York City. She earned a BFA in illustration from [...]

Ellen Mansfield2018-09-19T16:38:37-04:00

Lee Ivey

Born deaf in 1957, Lee S. Ivey showed artistic talent from an early age.  She attended the North Carolina School for the Deaf in Morganton, NC, and graduated from Gallaudet University in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art. Lee was especially talented in sculptures made from polyform modeling compound, oil paintings, and [...]

Lee Ivey2018-07-11T15:29:13-04:00

Delora Bertsch

ARTIST’S WEBSITE »   Delora Bertsch was born in Pasadena, California.  She was born deaf. Her family moved to Milan, Italy, and then moved all over the United States. She studied at UC Santa Barbara in Creative Arts and Anthropology, and then later transferred to Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California to get [...]

Delora Bertsch2018-09-19T16:36:23-04:00
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