Meet Our Artists
Mark Rimland is an outstanding artist with national and international recognition. He has exhibited in numerous art shows, appeared on many TV shows, and has illustrated a children’s book, The Secret Night World of Cats.
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David Walton mainly works in a cartoon style of drawing and is known for his images kings and queens. He is very quick when he draws and pays much attention to detail in his art. His artwork has been reproduced on invitations for shows, greeting cards and prints.
As self-proclaimed “good storyteller working from memory,” Anthony’s mosaic artwork grows from his fascination with the past and future, seen through the eyes of the newly emerging culture of neurodevelopmental diversity.
Kristina Woodruff is a popular and accomplished artist with innate skills in art and music. Her works have won numerous awards and have been exhibited in many art shows over the years including Neurodiversity at the Museum of Modern Art in Kiev Ukraine.
Along with our annual exhibition season at Sophie’s Gallery in Downtown El Cajon and NTC Promenade, our students also show their work at venues regionally, nationally, and internationally. Our artists have exhibited their work at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; showed and sold jewelry, prints and painted scarves at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Gift Shop in Washington, D.C; and are participating in an exhibition entitled “Neurodiversity” at The Museum of Modern Art of Ukraine. These venues are in addition to more than a dozen shows they have each year, including Bread & Cie in Hillcrest; UCSD; Sho Sho Me Gallery (Borrego Springs); and Princeton University Medical Center (New Jersey), to name just a few.
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El Cajon, CA92020
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