1379 T i m b e r l a n e R d .
(behind Market Square)
Celebrating over 41 years in business!
The Brush & Palettes teaching staff includes prominent local artists, all of whose work is exhibited locally and statewide. Each teacher is accomplished in their field and samples of their work can be seen next to their bio.
Tyler Cintron has owned the Brush & Palette since 2006. Tyler has many years of experience in the framing industry.
She is a certified Larson Juhl framer and has attended framing school.
During the summer camp sessions, Tyler teaches children mixed media, painting, sculpture and crafts and during the school year, she teaches pre-school and mixed-media classes.
Charlotte has been painting various subjects around the Tallahassee area in both oil and watercolor for more than 30 years. An Charlotte has taught oil painting for over 20 years at The Brush & Palette and her patient instruction helps her students quickly learn the techniques they need to create art.
1379 Timberlane Rd. Tallahassee, Florda 32308 â—?Â (850) 893-1960 â—?Â email@example.com
Eluster currently maintains a studio in Tallahassee. In his drawings, and oil and watercolor paintings, he takes special interest in the depiction of historic personnages and sites in the North Florida region, particularly around Tallahassee. Some of Eluster's work is also exhibited at several fine art galleries.
Eluster is the Artist-in-Residence for the Riley House Museum and Resource Center of African-American History and Culture, which is the home of a collection of historical works by Eluster. These works have been displayed in several area museums since their completion. Eluster prefers painting people stating, "people are such a challenge" and especially enjoys children as a subject.
Penny Anderson; A lifelong resident of Florida (native of Tallahassee) and having spent most of my life in Tallahassee, I have been a serious water media artist since 2004 when I was residing in South Florida. Prior to that, I worked for the State of Florida, Pinellas, Dade and Leon County Schools and was very active in various women’s groups and county educational councils as well as the State Parent/Teacher Association.
I have had a love of art for as far back as I can recall. I was always drawing, painting, coloring and expressing myself through art and musical instruments. In addition to expressing myself through water media, I have a love of all things creative including gardening, music and dance. Painting is my bliss!
I am a graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication (with honors), served as Vice President of the Tallahassee Watercolor Society fall, 2010 – spring, 2013, President of the Tallahassee Watercolor Society as of spring, 2013-2015 and have served as Co-Chair of the TaWS Tri-State Annual Juried Water Media Exhibition 2011-14. I’m a signature member of TaWS, Georgia Watercolor Society and the Watercolor Society of Alabama.
Visit my website at www.pennygandersonwatercolors.com for background, juried exhibitions, awards, memberships and examples of my artwork.
Suzanne Conner studied Interior Design at FSU and recently became an artist after twenty eight years of working with beautiful fabrics and decorating, She now loves to explore her creativity these days in paint pots, decorative paper stacks and watercolor as well as collage. Come explore intuitive painting with her, no perfection allowed and bring out the child again through a mixed media project.
Olivia Samper has been coming to the Brush & Palette since she was 6 years old. She is now almost 20 and starting her sophomore year at Florida State University. She started as a camper, then a volunteer and now teaches all summer in all medias and all levels of drawing during the school year.
Karey first taught mixed media at the studio in 2001 and after pursuing an art degree and working in graphic design, she was excited to come back to teach Drawing and Painting in 2014. Karey studied Studio Art at Florida State University and graduated in 2008. She is a member of the Artist Collective at the Thomasville Center for the Arts. Karey works in different mediums such as oils, watercolors, mixed media, printmaking and photography. She is an animal rescue volunteer and currently paints pet portraits to help homeless animals.