CATHREN HOUSLEY is a writer and illustrator with a history in the arts that ranges from puppetry to film production. She loves Gallery Night: “One of the few times I leave my studio!” She is currently the health columnist for Motif Magazine and you can find her new children’s book, Rubi Finds A Home at theadventuresofrubistar.com.
JOHN HUNTER HOUSLEY studied film and graphic design at the Rhode Island School of Design from 1971-1977, graduating with a BFA in graphic design. Although painting was one of his earliest interests, he worked for 35 years as an award-winning art director and designer. John is currently working as a painting teacher with PACE and Cornerstone of RI. For more information go to johnhousley.com.
ANTHONY DiPALMA Anthony is a writer and artist living in Rhode Island. He works primarily with pen and ink while exploring themes of identity and the endless struggle to give voice to the voiceless. His short stories and drawings can be found on ADiPalma.com (*He also has a mini horse named Lady Trottingdale.)
TED DiLUCIA is a native Rhode Islander and graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. His work wrestles with such themes as betrayal, seduction, agitation, and tragedy, brought forth in a pop-abstracted style. As a Gallery Night tour guide, Ted plans to pull a rabbit out of his hat. His work can be located at www.teddilucia.blogspot.com.