Co-president: Jeanie Clayton Slater
Jeanie has been a member since 2019. She has always loved art and took the Tam O'Shanter art classes at the Carnegie Museum as a child. She attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh for visual communications and was a graphic designer for an art studio, hospital and university. She freelances now and loves using graphic design to create logos, newsletters, and custom invitations. As a recent empty nester, Jeanie now focuses her talents on painting abstract art using mixed media and has dabbled in watercolor. And she is an avid amateur photographer. Contact Jeanie: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit her website: www.claytonslaterdesign.com
Co-president: Tony Condello
Tony holds a wealth of experience. Tony attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and upon graduation, worked at the University of Pittsburgh. When he left the university he worked freelance, then taught at the Art Institute for eight years. Tony juggled two careers, while teaching at the Art Institute he also launched his own business in graphic design. His company created ads, brochures,catalogs, logos, websites and annual reports. Some of his clients were: Alcoa, Duquesne Light, Carnegie Mellon University, The World Bank And Matthews International Corporation, just to name a few.
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Secretary: Pat Miyamoto
Pat has been a member of South Arts since 1995. She majored in art at Randolph Macon Women's College, and has been painting her whole life, even during her time living in Hawaii and Spain. Her achievements include numerous awards such as gold keys from Scholastic Magazine's annual art contest, acceptance into NYC's Art Student's League, and involvement in other local arts organizations. As Secretary, Pat collects group data and assists with exhibition preparations.
Treasurer: Aleta Akhtar
Past President: Sue Denner
Sue developed a love for art at a young age, and began painting at age 14. She grew up in Shadyside and took courses at what is now the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. She continued to work on art throughout her life with a family and a career with the airlines, spending late hours sculpting and painting. Mrs. Denner is now retired and is able to devote even more time to her art. She primarily works with oil paint, but has also worked with watercolor, pen and ink, acrylics, sketching, and sculpting. As President of South Arts, Sue has many responsibilities, including coordinating events and listening to needs of members to name a few.
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Past President: Steph Moraca
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