Barry Schein is an award winning commercial photographer and educator. During his career he has created photography for many nationally branded Fortune 500 companies and their advertising agencies. He’s a recipient of an EMMY award for his work at NBC TV in New York as well as an Eastman Kodak Professional Photographers award. Both Nikon and the international journal Graphis have recognized his work. Mr. Schein’s work is in a number of private collections
Bill Buchanan received his BFA from University of Montevallo and a Master’s in Art Education from Florida International University. He is a retired National Board Certified teacher and a 10 year Visual Arts teaching alumni of Bak Middle School of the Arts. Bill is a practicing studio artist, working in a variety of media including fired clay, photography, assemblage, and painting.
Brian Wood has his Masters in Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelors in Psychology and Art from Palm Beach Atlantic University. He teaches in the Armory’s Outreach programs, Art of the Phoenix for (teens and young adults) and Brave Hearts for (veterans). These programs combine an art and therapeutic directive to help students with wellness. The main objective of the outreach programs is to provide therapeutic tools needed to manage trauma, mental illness, sobriety from substance abuse and all around wellness.
Bruce Williams has been an avid wood turner since 2007. He is a member of both the local Palm Beach County Woodturners and the national American Association of Woodturners. During the past 13 years he has taken classes from many of the top national and international wood turning instructors. He has been a demonstrator for the local Palm Beach County Woodturners and has taught their weekly workshop classes for the past several years. He enjoys passing on what he has learned about woodturning to new turners.
Calil is a writer, artist, and teacher working in West Palm Beach, FL. The subjects of his work vary from typography, to opera, to etymology, and often takes the form of prints, essays, and videos. His latest body of work explores his family dynamics and translation, as understood through a 19th century funerary portrait of a child.