Sarasota Pen Women Member Directory - 2020

Mary

Mary

Adcock-Ingram

Award winning artist – painting in Oil or Pastel.
She is inspired by the beauty and wonder of our world. Her creativity is used to share her love of nature and peaceful scenes

Nancy

Nancy

Beavers

I was a dancer long before I became a painter. For years I danced all day with coaches and teachers, endlessly preparing for competitions, But when I stopped doing competitive dance, I attended Ringling. I had also purchased a home in South Africa but couldn't rationalize going to Ringling and owning a home in South Africa. Ringling won. I wanted to see if I could transfer my love of and talent for dance to creating with my hands. My art comes from inside and give me peace.

Marge

Marge

Bennet

Marge paints what she loves. Her paintings reflect the beauty and joys of her 90+years. Her art is strong in design, rich in color, representational rather than real, often experimental and sometimes successful.(Incidentally, Marge also has a Ph.D in Chemistry.)

Miriam

Miriam

Cassell

“Legendary artist and Art Activist Miriam Cassell is known for being ahead of her time - a forerunner and champion against injustice for over five decades. In so doing, she has made great strides for women artists who struggle to be heard and taken seriously.”-Venü Magazine/Contemporary Culture issue 41 2019

Jordyn

Jordyn

Chiodo

I focus mainly on portrait photography but work with any subject given. I have won awards and scholarships for my photography, including the National League of American Pen Women scholarship. Along with the scholarship, I was given the opportunity to serve the Awards Director as assistant for the Sarasota Pen Women Branch. In 2020, I graduated from Sarasota High School, as well as Girl Scouts. I hope to run my own photography business using skills learned from 13 years in Girl Scouts.

Chris

Chris

Connors

Chris Connors is primarily an oil painter. Her floral and still life paintings are in collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. “ Turning
a flat surface into a multi-dimensional object is the thrill of painting for me.”

Sue Lynn

Sue Lynn

Cotton

info coming soon

Polly

Polly

Curran

I focus my creativity on artistic nature photography and Ikebana, the elegant art of Japanese floral design and occasionally create my own Haiku poetry. I am a teacher of the WAFU School of Ikebana and a member of Ikebana International's Sarasota Chapter.

Dr. Wilma

Dr. Wilma

Davidson

Non-fiction author, college instructor, and president of a communications consulting firm where she helps professionals with their page and stage fright.