Laurie Carnohan is a Richmond, Virginia native and printmaker who earned her second Bachelors degree in 2009 from Virginia Commonwealth University in Communication Arts with a minor in Printmaking. She maintains her connection with VCU as a studio technician for Beginning and Advanced Lithography, serves on the Board of Studio Two Three, often assists with event coordination for the Visual Arts Center and exhibits her work locally, nationally and internationally, for which she is truly grateful.
Tyler Dawkins attended Alfred University from 2004 to 2007 were she studied for her BAFA (Bachelor of Art and Fine Art). Her mixed media work has been in several shows in Richmond (VA), Alfred (NY) and Prague (CZ). She is a founding member of Studio Two Three and a past employee of Pregnant Pictures Production LLC. She loves to dance to Bruce Springsteen and Tina Turner while continuing her freelance print work in Richmond, Virginia.
Emily Gannon is an artist living and working in Richmond, VA. She received her BFA in 2007 from the New York State School of Ceramics at Alfred University. Her work is predominantly focused around printmaking, installation, and works on fabric. Gannon got involved with Studio Two Three shortly after moving to Richmond in 2008, and has in her time there organized numerous exhibitions and events and aided the studio in their progress towards becoming an inclusive and creative community space for Richmond, VA.
Jonathan Hendler is Vice Chair and Gallery Chair of Studio Two Three. A Richmond transplant originally from New Jersey, he holds and Associates Degree in Display and Exhibition Design and Bachelors of Fine Arts from the Fashion Institute of Technology. Although his artistic aspirations have taken a backseat to a career in grants administration for a statewide non-profit, he enjoys (in his not so very spare time) restoring furniture, photography, cooking, freelancing as a graphic designer and learning more about printmaking courtesy of Studio Two Three.
Christine Krawczel is the Treasurer of Studio Two Three. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a BA in Political Science & Legal Studies before moving to Richmond in 2009 when she enrolled in VCU’s Master of Public Administration program. She currently works in development and finance at a local nonprofit organization and is a member of the Junior League of Richmond. When not working, she can be found gallivanting around Richmond enjoying all the creativity and delights the city has to offer. And while she was never professionally trained and could probably use some instruction, she enjoys looking at life through the lens of her camera.
Sarah Watson Moore is a Richmond native and printmaker. After receiving her BFA from VCU in 2007, she joined forces with her old classmate Ashley to found Studio Two Three, which during the Studio's humble beginnings meant moving a pair of flat files into a 600 square foot studio. Sarah and Two Three have matured over the years; the Studio is now a 501(c)(3) certified Non Profit Organization in a fully equipped 2200 square foot warehouse on Main Street, and Sarah has somehow found herself a married homeowner with a second vacation home: a trailer on the Chickahominy. When she's not working at Two Three or slinging food & drink, Sarah spends her time refining schemes with her husband, Mike, doting on their two dogs and reading fantasy books.
Sabrina Murdoch-Kitt has been involved with Studio Two Three since August of 2010. She began printmaking in high school and developed the interest throughout college. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Studio Art and Foreign Affairs from University of Virginia where she concentrated on Printmaking and Photography. Like many young printmakers, she didn’t know where to turn after graduated. So she did what many do: she turned to other more accessible passions, like Public Administration. Sabrina went to work in government gaining many skills such as evaluation and strategic planning. Since that time she has gotten a Master's in Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management and found, through fate, her way back to printmaking at Studio Two Three.
Megan Nolde is Richmond transplant, originally hailing from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. She graduated from VCU in 2007 with a BFA in Painting & Printmaking, and a BFA in Art Education. Megan is a working artist, focused in printmaking, fibers, and drawing, and has been in various shows in the Richmond area. For most of the week, she works as a public school art educator in the Richmond area—the rest of her time (when not making art) is spent watching the Daily Show, biking and doing yoga, and seeing Black Keys concerts.
Kate Redding received her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia, and holds a Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management from VCU. She has spent the better part of a decade working in nonprofits in Richmond and Charlottesville, and is currently employed by the UVa Alumni Association. While she has little talent for the visual arts, Kate is an accomplished opera singer, and enjoys writing comics illustrated with stick figures. Kate spends most of her time trying to outsmart her second- and third-grade daughters, who once tried to extort $40 from her with an elaborate "you-didn't-pay-the-delivery-guy" scam. They were ultimately unsuccessful.
Brian is a long time Richmond resident. He studied Political Science and Philosophy at VCU. He is a self taught printmaker and is also interested in fabric, small sculpture, and photography. Beyond the arts, he spends most of his time biking but can also be found working on cars, cooking, baking, crafting, or any activity using his hands to create.
Jake Urbanski is a 35yr old male, currently in a relationship, but interested in friends and work contacts. He attended Indiana University earning an MFA in Photography. He currently lives in Richmond. He considers joining groups or attending events but usually doesn’t. In real life, you can usually find him teaching at the University of Mary Washington, coordinating exhibitions for Main Art Gallery, or patiently waiting to watch the more uncommon sporting events featured in the Olympics.
Emily Yeatts is a Richmond native who loves printmaking, women's rights, and comics. She earned an MSW and MPH from VCU, and currently works as a Program Manager at a local women's health center. When she is not taking pictures of her cats, she spends her time reading, sewing, painting, and wondering when Jon Stewart will marry her.
Ashley Hawkins is the Executive Director of S23. She graduated in 2007 from VCU with a BFA in Painting and Printmaking, and is back at VCU pursuing a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in Nonprofit Management. When not busy running S23 in all its awesome glory, Ashley enjoys designing props for movies that will never be made, thinking about sharks, and wishing she were Tina Fey.
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