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22795 Washington St
Leonardtown, MD, 20650

240-925-1888

Yellow Door Art Studios is located in Southern Maryland in the Town Square of Leonardtown, Maryland. We offer studio art classes for all ages, summer camps, and specialty workshops in a range of media.

Hours of Operation:

Sunday 2:00PM - 7:00PM
Monday 3:30PM - 8:00PM
Tuesday 12:30PM - 6:00PM
Wednesday By Appointment only
Thursday 4:30PM - 6:00PM
Friday 8:30AM - 5:00PM
Saturday 8:30AM - 11:00AM and by appointment 

Staff

Staff

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Carrie Patterson

Like a bee drawn to a flower, Carrie has always been interested in new ways of teaching art. Just after earning her BFA from James Madison University, she migrated to Asheville, NC to be near the site of Black Mountain College. She then flew off to paint at the Vermont Studio Center and the New York Studio School before making a bee-line to the University of Pennsylvania where she received an MFA in painting. Everything she learned about the power of art and teaching she learned from artists who were also excellent teachers. 

She started teaching at The College of William and Mary where she spent four busy years, and finally landed at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where as a Professor she teaches drawing, painting, color, and Art for Educators and Community Activists. Since 2008 she has supervised a swarm of graduate students studying to be art teachers. 

Carrie Patterson is an artist, art educator and one busy bee. She is the founder of Yellow Door Art Studios and lives in Leonardtown, Maryland with her husband Doug, and her two children. Her own little busy bees, Xander and Giorgia, and the freedom that art embraces, inspired her to step into the Yellow Door. 

Visit Carrie's website here.

Doug Toti (Dr. Doug)

Like a spider spinning a intricate web, Doug Toti has combined biology, science education and technology throughout his professional career. After receiving his B.S. in Biology from James Madison University, he explored the Great Smoky Mountains and Western Carolina University to earn his M.S. in Biology with a specialization in arachnology. He then spun his way through the University of Pennsylvania for a PhD (ABD) in Biology before earning his PhD in Science Education from the University of Virginia. Since that time he has been employed by SMCM and several government contractors in developing curriculum specific to the needs of each company. He is co-founder of Yellow Door and serves part-time as Business Manager, Teacher, and Web Developer and Fix-it Guy for Yellow Door.


Gilda Michelle Cabrera is a professional painter and art teacher who has loved drawing for as long as she can remember. She received her BA from The School of Plastic Arts of Puerto Rico (Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico) and a MA in Museum Studies from The Johns Hopkins University. After her ten year career as an art teacher in Puerto Rico, she decided it was time for a change of scenery and moved to Maryland, where she married and started a family. Over the past six years, Michelle has dedicated her time to painting, and creating mermaid illustrations.  Michelle has recently started working on small sculptures made out of felt wool, and ink and graphite drawings on Mylar paper which she hopes to exhibit by the end of the year.

Gilda Michelle Cabrera is a professional painter and art teacher who has loved drawing for as long as she can remember. She received her BA from The School of Plastic Arts of Puerto Rico (Escuela de Artes Plásticas de Puerto Rico) and a MA in Museum Studies from The Johns Hopkins University. After her ten year career as an art teacher in Puerto Rico, she decided it was time for a change of scenery and moved to Maryland, where she married and started a family. Over the past six years, Michelle has dedicated her time to painting, and creating mermaid illustrations. 

Michelle has recently started working on small sculptures made out of felt wool, and ink and graphite drawings on Mylar paper which she hopes to exhibit by the end of the year.

Maribeth Boeke Ganzell is a Batik artist born and educated in Michigan, but now calls Southern Maryland home.  While living in The Gambia, she studied and apprenticed with renowned West African Batik artist, Babucarr Fall.  She became inspired by the local artists depictions of daily life in The Gambia and by the West African patterns found in their textiles.  This medium was a natural process for Maribeth, having grown up in a Lithuanian household and learning from a young age the art of wax egg decorating from her grandmother.  Maribeth's work has been shown at the North End Gallery in Leonardtown, Maryland and has been involved in various workshops & residencies.  She is very excited to bring this art form to the people of Southern Maryland.

Maribeth Boeke Ganzell is a Batik artist born and educated in Michigan, but now calls Southern Maryland home.  While living in The Gambia, she studied and apprenticed with renowned West African Batik artist, Babucarr Fall.  She became inspired by the local artists depictions of daily life in The Gambia and by the West African patterns found in their textiles. 

This medium was a natural process for Maribeth, having grown up in a Lithuanian household and learning from a young age the art of wax egg decorating from her grandmother.  Maribeth's work has been shown at the North End Gallery in Leonardtown, Maryland and has been involved in various workshops & residencies.  She is very excited to bring this art form to the people of Southern Maryland.

Diana Manchak has been working in clay since 1989. A long career in the travel industry, combined with her lifelong interest in Art, Art History, Archeology and Design has provided a foundation from which to view and perceive other cultures. Living in Africa and traveling the world has made a lasting artistic impression. These influences - foreign cultures, ancient arts, contemporary design and the natural environment - or elements of them can be found in her work.  She began teaching Ceramics in 1995 to young neighborhood kids, and individual students in her studio, and a few years later began teaching classes for children and adults at a community center, including homeschool students.  She has taught classes at both CSMD and at the University of Maryland Arts and Learning Center, private students when time permits and makes work for galleries, shows and exhibitions.

Diana Manchak has been working in clay since 1989. A long career in the travel industry, combined with her lifelong interest in Art, Art History, Archeology and Design has provided a foundation from which to view and perceive other cultures. Living in Africa and traveling the world has made a lasting artistic impression. These influences - foreign cultures, ancient arts, contemporary design and the natural environment - or elements of them can be found in her work.  She began teaching Ceramics in 1995 to young neighborhood kids, and individual students in her studio, and a few years later began teaching classes for children and adults at a community center, including homeschool students.  She has taught classes at both CSMD and at the University of Maryland Arts and Learning Center, private students when time permits and makes work for galleries, shows and exhibitions.

 
Eudora Tak is a college student majoring in Electrical Engineering. She has been attending at the College of Southern Maryland since 2015. She has lived in various states across the country, but she has lived all over Southern Maryland for about ten years. Eudora has grown up from an early age with a passion for art. She has been inspired by comic books/manga, cartoons/anime, and video games from her childhood to strive for a future career in game design. She and her boyfriend, Kane, work towards this future together while living with family. She has skills with creating visual narratives, drawing, cartoons, and digital art.

Eudora Tak is a college student majoring in Electrical Engineering. She has been attending at the College of Southern Maryland since 2015. She has lived in various states across the country, but she has lived all over Southern Maryland for about ten years.

Eudora has grown up from an early age with a passion for art. She has been inspired by comic books/manga, cartoons/anime, and video games from her childhood to strive for a future career in game design. She and her boyfriend, Kane, work towards this future together while living with family. She has skills with creating visual narratives, drawing, cartoons, and digital art.

Caitlin Wakefield was born in Leonardtown Maryland. She has lived her whole life there except for two years she lived in Austin Texas. Her interest in art began because her father also liked to draw and they would spend hours talking and drawing. In school her favorite subject was art. Her teachers inspires her to practice and grow in expressing herself. Senior year of high school she got to experience Texas’ art program and what they had to offer. She entered two pieces into the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) 2016 and received perfect scores and a gold medals for each. She also placed third in Advanced Painting in the Manor ISD Art Show. At the end of that year she finished an AP Art portfolio which scored a 4 out of 5 (5 being the highest). Caitlin likes to paint portraits of people with a story of images and colors to help tell how she sees a person’s personality. The mediums she likes to create with at the moment are watercolor, ink, acrylic, digital media, and just plain ol’ pencil and paper. Caitlin is enrolled at CSM for a teaching degree and also further her art skills with different mediums.

Caitlin Wakefield was born in Leonardtown Maryland. She has lived her whole life there except for two years she lived in Austin Texas. Her interest in art began because her father also liked to draw and they would spend hours talking and drawing. In school her favorite subject was art. Her teachers inspires her to practice and grow in expressing herself.

Senior year of high school she got to experience Texas’ art program and what they had to offer. She entered two pieces into the Visual Art Scholastic Event (VASE) 2016 and received perfect scores and a gold medals for each. She also placed third in Advanced Painting in the Manor ISD Art Show. At the end of that year she finished an AP Art portfolio which scored a 4 out of 5 (5 being the highest).

Caitlin likes to paint portraits of people with a story of images and colors to help tell how she sees a person’s personality. The mediums she likes to create with at the moment are watercolor, ink, acrylic, digital media, and just plain ol’ pencil and paper.

Caitlin is enrolled at CSM for a teaching degree and also further her art skills with different mediums.

Rachel Wallace is an award-winning photographer, painter, and writer who believes in the expressive, healing power of art. As a shy child, art helped her find her voice and she's loved it ever since. Rachel has published photographs with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting as a Student Fellow, interned at the White House Photo Office, and written for a non-profit organization she helped build from scratch. Currently, she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching for K-12 Art. Rachel truly believes that everybody has an inner artist, and she is excited to help release those creative spirits!

Rachel Wallace is an award-winning photographer, painter, and writer who believes in the expressive, healing power of art. As a shy child, art helped her find her voice and she's loved it ever since. Rachel has published photographs with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting as a Student Fellow, interned at the White House Photo Office, and written for a non-profit organization she helped build from scratch. Currently, she is pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching for K-12 Art. Rachel truly believes that everybody has an inner artist, and she is excited to help release those creative spirits!


Former yellow door instructors

Julia Bates is an experienced educator and administrator who has made a career of shaping the way education and services are delivered throughout Southern Maryland. She is the founder and director of New Family Network. She helped start after school programs in a number of St. Mary’s elementary and middle schools, co-founded the Gear-Up pilot program at Great Mills High School, and initiated grant programs for childcare services, and served as executive director for the St. Mary’s County Local Management Board. Julia Bates is a trained doula and childbirth educator, and a proud grandmother of two.

Julia Bates is an experienced educator and administrator who has made a career of shaping the way education and services are delivered throughout Southern Maryland. She is the founder and director of New Family Network. She helped start after school programs in a number of St. Mary’s elementary and middle schools, co-founded the Gear-Up pilot program at Great Mills High School, and initiated grant programs for childcare services, and served as executive director for the St. Mary’s County Local Management Board.

Julia Bates is a trained doula and childbirth educator, and a proud grandmother of two.

Paige Burger just earned her Bachelors in Art and Art History from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She investigates a variety of mediums but has a particular passion for large-scale projects in sculpture and photography.  She teaches elementary and middle school art at Bay Montessori while living in St. Inigoes.

Paige Burger just earned her Bachelors in Art and Art History from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. She investigates a variety of mediums but has a particular passion for large-scale projects in sculpture and photography.  She teaches elementary and middle school art at Bay Montessori while living in St. Inigoes.

Isabelle Chesterman sees the world through the lens of a camera. Her work has been in several galleries, but her first gallery was her mom’s refrigerator. As long as she can remember, she has been drawing, painting, sculpting, and creating. Art is as natural to her as breathing is. She hopes to pursue a career as a professional photographer, and running her own business.

Isabelle Chesterman sees the world through the lens of a camera. Her work has been in several galleries, but her first gallery was her mom’s refrigerator. As long as she can remember, she has been drawing, painting, sculpting, and creating. Art is as natural to her as breathing is. She hopes to pursue a career as a professional photographer, and running her own business.

Angela Cirillo is a 2015 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland, having majored in Mathematics and Art/Art History, and minored in Educational Studies. She is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Art Education at St. Mary's. Angela loves all types of art, but especially loves photography and the art of fashion. She is an avid photographer that loves working with film and in the darkroom. When she's not making art or working on her master's degree you can find her outside running, rock climbing, hiking, or walking around cities taking pictures and exploring awesome museums or restaurants! She has a passion for working with students and is so excited to be working with young and adult artists at the Yellow Door while she is on the path towards becoming a teacher!

Angela Cirillo is a 2015 graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland, having majored in Mathematics and Art/Art History, and minored in Educational Studies. She is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Art Education at St. Mary's. Angela loves all types of art, but especially loves photography and the art of fashion. She is an avid photographer that loves working with film and in the darkroom. When she's not making art or working on her master's degree you can find her outside running, rock climbing, hiking, or walking around cities taking pictures and exploring awesome museums or restaurants! She has a passion for working with students and is so excited to be working with young and adult artists at the Yellow Door while she is on the path towards becoming a teacher!

Adrienne Dixon was born May 25, 1989 in the small town of Avenue, Maryland. Her mother always wanted her to play sports growing up and be involved in many diverse activities, but Adrienne did not find much interest in sports. Many times during softball games she would find herself drawing in the dirt on the playing field. Growing up on her family’s farm Adrienne often found herself outside exploring nature, trying to build and craft things, fascinated with creation. These childhood fascinations led her to the fine arts; a love of art galleries, museums, and the power art can have over its viewers. She studied art throughout middle and high school leading her to College where she received her BFA in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2011. Adrienne’s work has been displayed in numerous art galleries on the East Coast. She also has a variety of collectors nationwide.  Currently Adrienne is making a variety of works and teaching fine art classes to all age groups at Yellow Door Art Studio in Leonardtown, Maryland.

Adrienne Dixon was born May 25, 1989 in the small town of Avenue, Maryland. Her mother always wanted her to play sports growing up and be involved in many diverse activities, but Adrienne did not find much interest in sports. Many times during softball games she would find herself drawing in the dirt on the playing field. Growing up on her family’s farm Adrienne often found herself outside exploring nature, trying to build and craft things, fascinated with creation. These childhood fascinations led her to the fine arts; a love of art galleries, museums, and the power art can have over its viewers. She studied art throughout middle and high school leading her to College where she received her BFA in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2011.

Adrienne’s work has been displayed in numerous art galleries on the East Coast. She also has a variety of collectors nationwide. 

Currently Adrienne is making a variety of works and teaching fine art classes to all age groups at Yellow Door Art Studio in Leonardtown, Maryland.

Amber Fryza graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2015 with a major in art and art history and a minor in educational studies. She recently graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland Masters of Arts in teaching program with a K-!2 focus in Art in June of 2016. Her  masters research project was titled: Dear journal: Examining the relationship between self-reflective journaling and student engagement in the art room. Amber will be teaching art at Milton Somers Middle School in Charles County starting in fall 2016. 

Amber Fryza graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2015 with a major in art and art history and a minor in educational studies. She recently graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland Masters of Arts in teaching program with a K-!2 focus in Art in June of 2016. Her  masters research project was titled: Dear journal: Examining the relationship between self-reflective journaling and student engagement in the art room. Amber will be teaching art at Milton Somers Middle School in Charles County starting in fall 2016. 

Victoria Gottleib is a 2015 graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, having majored in Art and Art History and English, and minored in Educational Studies.  Currently, she is pursuing certification in Art Education through St. Mary’s Masters of Arts in Teaching Program.  It was actually Carrie Patterson’s Art for Educators and Community Activists class that solidified Victoria’s desire to become an art educator.  Victoria loves all art but particularly enjoys creating colored pencil drawings and wooden sculptures.  She also likes anything with abounding color!

Victoria Gottleib is a 2015 graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, having majored in Art and Art History and English, and minored in Educational Studies.  Currently, she is pursuing certification in Art Education through St. Mary’s Masters of Arts in Teaching Program.  It was actually Carrie Patterson’s Art for Educators and Community Activists class that solidified Victoria’s desire to become an art educator.  Victoria loves all art but particularly enjoys creating colored pencil drawings and wooden sculptures.  She also likes anything with abounding color!

Rachel Heiss graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland with a major in Art & Art History and a minor in Educational Studies.  She is currently in the Master of Arts in Teaching program at St. Mary's obtaining her certification in Art Education.  Rachel loves painting with oils and watercolors, playing sports, knitting, and hanging out with her cats.  She hopes to teach high school art in the upcoming school year.  

Rachel Heiss graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland with a major in Art & Art History and a minor in Educational Studies.  She is currently in the Master of Arts in Teaching program at St. Mary's obtaining her certification in Art Education.  Rachel loves painting with oils and watercolors, playing sports, knitting, and hanging out with her cats.  She hopes to teach high school art in the upcoming school year.  

Brian Hertler has been a professional video game designer since 2011, mostly working on kids' games. Originally a fiction writer, Brian graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an Creative Writing degree in 2005. After working in New York for a few years, he decided to embrace his passion for games and went on to earn his Master of Arts in Digital Media from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is interested in digital art, interactive narratives, and procedural rhetoric (the ways that game rules can communicate a message).   Brian moved from New York to Southern Maryland in 2014 to join his wife Liz, who teaches at St. Mary's College of Maryland. He currently works remotely froman upstairs space at the Yellow Door. 

Brian Hertler has been a professional video game designer since 2011, mostly working on kids' games. Originally a fiction writer, Brian graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an Creative Writing degree in 2005. After working in New York for a few years, he decided to embrace his passion for games and went on to earn his Master of Arts in Digital Media from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is interested in digital art, interactive narratives, and procedural rhetoric (the ways that game rules can communicate a message).
 

Brian moved from New York to Southern Maryland in 2014 to join his wife Liz, who teaches at St. Mary's College of Maryland. He currently works remotely froman upstairs space at the Yellow Door. 

Shelby Kalm earned a BA in Public Policy, and Art & Art History from St. Mary's College of Maryland. She works in a wide array of mediums including collage, printmaking, painting, and book arts. She had been working as sustainability fellow at St. Mary's College, and is very interested in the intersection between art, environmental awareness, and community development. 

Shelby Kalm earned a BA in Public Policy, and Art & Art History from St. Mary's College of Maryland. She works in a wide array of mediums including collage, printmaking, painting, and book arts. She had been working as sustainability fellow at St. Mary's College, and is very interested in the intersection between art, environmental awareness, and community development. 

Elise Kielek taught and assisted with various classes at Yellow Door Studios from 2012 through 2014. She attended St. Mary's College of Maryland from 2008 to 2012 obtaining her Bachelors of Arts in Art/Art History. She also obtained her Masters of Arts in Teaching for Visual Arts from St Mary's College and worked in St. Mary's county public schools for the 2013-2013 school year. Elise currently resides in Frederick, Maryland working on her illustration and book arts for the summer while looking forward to becoming involved with the school system and various community arts opportunities.

Elise Kielek taught and assisted with various classes at Yellow Door Studios from 2012 through 2014. She attended St. Mary's College of Maryland from 2008 to 2012 obtaining her Bachelors of Arts in Art/Art History. She also obtained her Masters of Arts in Teaching for Visual Arts from St Mary's College and worked in St. Mary's county public schools for the 2013-2013 school year. Elise currently resides in Frederick, Maryland working on her illustration and book arts for the summer while looking forward to becoming involved with the school system and various community arts opportunities.

Justin Masterson is from Baldwin Maryland and likes to dance, sing, and play music. He is a senior at St. Mary's College of Maryland majoring in Art. He likes cities and places with water and the kids think he is EPIC. 

Justin Masterson is from Baldwin Maryland and likes to dance, sing, and play music. He is a senior at St. Mary's College of Maryland majoring in Art. He likes cities and places with water and the kids think he is EPIC. 

Adalene Miller graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in May of 2015 with a Major in Art and Art History, and minors in Film & Media Studies and Educational Studies.  She recently graduated from the St. Mary's College of Maryland Masters of Arts in Teaching program with a focus in K-12 Art in June of 2016.  Her masters research project was titled Developing Autonomy in the Visuals Arts Classroom.  Addie will be teaching art at Great Mills High School starting in August.

Adalene Miller graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in May of 2015 with a Major in Art and Art History, and minors in Film & Media Studies and Educational Studies.  She recently graduated from the St. Mary's College of Maryland Masters of Arts in Teaching program with a focus in K-12 Art in June of 2016.  Her masters research project was titled Developing Autonomy in the Visuals Arts Classroom.  Addie will be teaching art at Great Mills High School starting in August.

Koko Olszewski graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2012 with a bachelors in Art and Art History and minors in Education and Sociology. The following year she completed her masters in teaching at SMCM in K-12 Art Education.  She began working at Yellow Door Studios in the summer of 2012 and loved every single minute until the summer of 2013 when she moved to Portland, Oregon to build houses with Habitat for Humanity through AmeriCorps. Her passion and commitment to accessible community art remains the same on the other coast, though. She sees building houses as building community through life sized sculptures. She also works with the Vancouver Mural Society in Washington State painting murals with community members, most notably some really rad 5th graders. This fall she will begin working with Art Ala Carte to bring art, salad bar style, to a local elementary school that does not currently have an art program. She misses Yellow Door and Carrie very much all the time!

Koko Olszewski graduated from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2012 with a bachelors in Art and Art History and minors in Education and Sociology. The following year she completed her masters in teaching at SMCM in K-12 Art Education.  She began working at Yellow Door Studios in the summer of 2012 and loved every single minute until the summer of 2013 when she moved to Portland, Oregon to build houses with Habitat for Humanity through AmeriCorps. Her passion and commitment to accessible community art remains the same on the other coast, though. She sees building houses as building community through life sized sculptures. She also works with the Vancouver Mural Society in Washington State painting murals with community members, most notably some really rad 5th graders. This fall she will begin working with Art Ala Carte to bring art, salad bar style, to a local elementary school that does not currently have an art program. She misses Yellow Door and Carrie very much all the time!

Karla Paine is a traveler and music photographer who is currently living in Southern Maryland. Her photography focuses on design and candid images, that show how people and places actually are. She earned a B. S. in Psychology from the University of the Americas Puebla. During this time, she worked as a Photographer for the school, seeing her work published in brochures, billboards and even newspapers. She finished her degree with a thesis dissertation about “Persuasion through Images in Political Campaigns." She worked for 4 years in a Music Company, shooting shows, backstage, sound checks and everything in between. In 2012, she traveled to Sicily, Italy where she worked with a group of international Photojournalists showing the beauty of the Mediterranean Island to the world. She is currently the Social Media Coordinator behind the Yellow Door.  She likes to draw, loves talent and the screams in concerts make her feel alive.

Karla Paine is a traveler and music photographer who is currently living in Southern Maryland. Her photography focuses on design and candid images, that show how people and places actually are. She earned a B. S. in Psychology from the University of the Americas Puebla. During this time, she worked as a Photographer for the school, seeing her work published in brochures, billboards and even newspapers. She finished her degree with a thesis dissertation about “Persuasion through Images in Political Campaigns."

She worked for 4 years in a Music Company, shooting shows, backstage, sound checks and everything in between. In 2012, she traveled to Sicily, Italy where she worked with a group of international Photojournalists showing the beauty of the Mediterranean Island to the world. She is currently the Social Media Coordinator behind the Yellow Door. 

She likes to draw, loves talent and the screams in concerts make her feel alive.

Shannon Rafferty is from Bel Air, MD and graduated with a double major in Art/Art History and Psychology from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2014.  Shannon worked at Yellow Door from 2012 - 2014. She is currently working as a Research Assistant at CRA in Radnor, PA, right outside of Philadelphia. She lives in Conshohocken, PA where she has been painting.

Shannon Rafferty is from Bel Air, MD and graduated with a double major in Art/Art History and Psychology from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2014.  Shannon worked at Yellow Door from 2012 - 2014. She is currently working as a Research Assistant at CRA in Radnor, PA, right outside of Philadelphia. She lives in Conshohocken, PA where she has been painting.

Caiti Sullivan graduated as an Art and Art History major from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2014. Caiti works in many mediums, including drawing, collage, printmaking, video, and sculpture. Her work is often site-specific, and explores concepts of home and femininity  as a young woman. In the past, she has interned at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Boyden Gallery at St. Mary's College of Maryland, and Hamiltonian Artists. Caiti also spent time studying illustration and graphic design at the University of the Arts, London. 

Caiti Sullivan graduated as an Art and Art History major from St. Mary's College of Maryland in 2014. Caiti works in many mediums, including drawing, collage, printmaking, video, and sculpture. Her work is often site-specific, and explores concepts of home and femininity  as a young woman. In the past, she has interned at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Boyden Gallery at St. Mary's College of Maryland, and Hamiltonian Artists. Caiti also spent time studying illustration and graphic design at the University of the Arts, London.