KAITLYN COPPENS | 103
Gallerist, instructor and resident artist, Kait is inspired by nature. This is reflected in her paintings and the sacred geometry which is used int the shapes and patterns of her final cuts, thus reversing the roles so that instead of the sacred geometry being hidden in life, life is hidden within the geometry.
CHAD FRAME | B102
2017 Montgomery County Poet Laureate and founding member of the No River Twice poetry improv troupe, Chad is also the poetry editor of Ovunque Siamo: New Italian-American Writing and co-founder of the Caesura Poetry Festival. Chad has been published in various journals, including decomP, Barrelhouse, Rust+Moth, and Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, as well as featured on the radio program The Poet and the Poem hosted by Grace Cavalieri in association with the Library of Congress.
JOANNE LEVA | B102
Joanne is the author of two poetry collections, Eve Heads Back (2020) and Eve Would Know (2017), published by Kelsay Books. She is founder and executive director of the Montgomery County Poet Laureate Program and founder and editor-in-chief of Tekpoet, an online poetry manuscript services company. Leva’s poems appear in The American Poetry Review, Peace Is a Haiku Song, 50 Over Fifty, Apiary, E-Verse Radio, Schuylkill Valley Journal, Rag Queen Periodical, Bucks County Writer, Transcendent Visions, and elsewhere. Her poem, “God Walks into a Bar,” was featured in a Philadelphia Calligraphers’ Society Poetry Reading & Exhibit and companion publication
BROOKE MCCOY | B104
Independent studio artist, Brooke McCoy, focuses on combining all of her passions across mediums. Born in Wexford, Ireland, she came to Lansdale with her family at four years old. She has a BA in Studio Art and Art History from Bloomsburg University, and is currently a graduate student at Full Sail University. Her body of work consists of printmaking, photography, graphic design/illustration, fiber art, wearable art, and watercolor. The subjects of her work focuses on her physical and mental surroundings.
The expressive paintings of abstract artist Lee Muslin are filled with movement, rhythm, color and joy. She has been creating art since her childhood in Carbon County. After attending the University of Delaware as a fine art major, Lee moved to New York City. There she continued her studies at Parsons School of Design. In 2007, Lee returned to Pennsylvania. Over the last 25 years, she has participated in over 300 exhibitions throughout the United States including 21 solo shows. Her work has been published in 28 publications and she has received 35 awards including many first prize honors.