St. Gregory’s University photography instructor Carey Hughes obtained a bachelor of fine arts degree with an emphasis in photography/film at the University of Oklahoma. She later was accepted to the Savannah College of Art and Design where she earned a master of fine arts in photography. Hughes’ work has been published in Oklahoma Today and selected for several group exhibitions. Her photos display Arabian horses.
“I am entranced by the beauty, power, and vitality of the horse,” Hughes said.
Madeline Rugh holds a Ph.D. in adult and community education, an MA in Art Education and a BFA in Painting. Rugh is currently a research advisor for Pratt Art Institute’s Creative Art Therapy program in New York City and an affiliate faculty member for St. Gregory’s University in Fine Arts. She continues to create her own paintings and work in a number of mixed media methods, from traditional collage and digital photography to “woven paintings”, “eco-portraits” and “ritual implements”.
Tim Sullivan holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in both printmaking and ceramics from the University of Dallas, has been a master printer for numerous artists, and worked as a teaching assistant with the late printmaker Dan Kiacz. Sullivan taught at North Lake College in Irving, Texas, for several years which led to his being invited to teach courses in Rome. Sullivan has presented printmaking workshops at several Oklahoma colleges and universities, the Oklahoma Arts Council and the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute.