Staff & Faculty

Cheltenham Center for the Arts Staff:

Margaret Griffen - Executive Director

Sherri Feinberg - Manager, Administration & Rentals

 

Faculty

Teacher: Printmaking

Rona received her BFA in Painting from the University of the Arts.  She continued her graduate studies at Columbia University, the New York Studio School, and at Tyler University.  Rona has also studied hand papermaking in Japan, Thailand and Burma. 

Teacher: Fibers, Metals, Paper, and More

Marthe Roberts-Shea graduated from Moore College of Art, in Philadelphia, with a double Major in Advertising and Illustration. She has been Managing Art Director for Dupont de Namours Pharmaceuticals - Delaware, and CIGNA Corporation - Philadelphia. She has successfully run her own business, Taxi Graphics, Incorporated, since 1990.

Teacher: Fibers, Metals, Paper, and More
Teacher: Special Workshops

Rebecca Schultz is a multi-disciplinary artist and arts facilitator/educator. Her creative practice includes painting, drawing, printmaking, and collage; participatory installation and public art projects; and performance art.

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

John is an accomplished Philadelphia painter.  He trained at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and has taught at the Fleisher Art Memorial, Delaware College of Art and Design, Immaculata College and Bucks County Community College.  He and his wife Lynn also have a blog: http://viewfromthestudio.blogspot.com.

Teacher: Painting and Drawing

Roberta Schlesinger is a master botanical artist, specializing in nature-based art and scientific illustration. She also does award-winning watercolor portrait/collage work. She is a Montessori Art Specialist for all grade levels and a Certified International Baccalaureate Diploma teacher at the high school level. She and her family are new to the Pennsylvania area. She teaches adults and children at her studio in Elkins Park.

Teacher: Other

Maryann Simms is CCA's resident Vinyasa Yoga instructor. Stemming from an extensive background in dance and fitness, Maryann was naturally drawn to yoga not only for its ability to simultaneously build strength and flexibility, but for its stress-relieving properties and heightened sense of mindfulness. Her all-level classes are for every body, shape, or size.

Katie VanVliet is a sculptor and printmaker from Philadelphia, recently relocated to Elkins Park, PA. She studied fine arts at Moore College of Art & Design before co-founding BYO Print with a fellow alumna in 2010.

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