Star St. Germain
Star St. Germain has been mastering the art of working in multiple mediums since she had the brilliant idea to finger-paint her LEGOS. She received her BFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Interrelated Media, then moved to California, where she has resided ever since.
In 2007, she worked on Tori Amos’ Comic Book Tattoo, which received the Eisner and Harvey awards for best anthology. Since then, she has drawn for clients such as Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, BBC News, and Spin.com.
She has competed in the National Poetry Slam, modeled for David LaChapelle, and plays the electric cello. She is currently the Art Director for Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, Oregon.
Christopher West is a fine artist whose work ranges from painting to elaborate, cut-paper constructions. His work has been exhibited throughout the United States and is included in numerous national and international private collections. In addition to teaching art in Summer Atelier, Chris has taught in CCA's Extension, Young Artist Studio, and Pre-College programs, as well as at the College of Marin, Head-Royce School, and the Oxbow School in Napa. BA, Humboldt State University; MFA, Mills College
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