Rogue Gallery Art Center

 

 

 

Instructors

Are you an artist/educator who is interested in teaching at our facility? Please contact us at sandy@roguegallery.org for more information or submit a form for ADULT CLASSES or YOUTH CLASSES.

 

Jenny Calaba works with sculpture and installation, combining ceramic and glass to create fantastical entities. She has taught youth at the Rogue Gallery for over six years. She has exhibited her work in Oregon and Southern California.

Monica Camargo studied Graphic Design at PSU and RCC. She received an AAS in Graphic Design from RCC. Since 2017 she has worked as an Educational Program Assistant in the Elementary Arts Outreach Program with the Rogue Gallery & Art Center. She is the Cultural and Arts Instructor for Unete working with students K-6.

Alx Fox is an abstract impressionistic mixed media artist. She studied photography, art history and design at Barat College in Lake Forest, Illinois. Her career entails working in pastel and acrylics. Her work is in private collections worldwide and has been showcased in many national shows.

Tom Glassman has extensive experience in photography. He was creative director of several ad agencies. Tom’s first love is still black and white photography, as evidenced by many of his images. His work is in private collections throughout the U.S. Tom has taught photography and fine art printing for many years.

See his website here: tomglassman.com

David Terry has been a full-time professional portrait artist since 2003. He has taught students of all ages and experience levels. He has moderated life drawing sessions. His work hangs in many private and public collections. David has received numerous awards, most notably from the Portrait Society of America, and the Salmagundi Club of New York.

See his website here: davidterryartist.com

Silvia Trujillo is an artist and art instructor in Northern California and Oregon. With a history in fashion design degree, Silvia Trujillo has over 20 years experience in fine art study, painting, and teaching. She is a master colorist, emphasizing color relationships and works in both impressionistic and realistic styles.

See her website here:www.silviatrujillo.com

Meri Aaron Walker has been a photographer and printmaker for over five decades. She has taught photography, multimedia printmaking and phone art to students of all ages. Her artwork has been widely collected and exhibited – including the last three Rogue Valley Biennials.

 

 

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