STEVE WALKER, master sculptor, print maker and drawing guru, has exhibited his award-winning oil paintings, pastels, serigraphs, human figure bronzes and assemblage sculptures throughout the East Coast. During his years as an upper school art & photography teacher in Montgomery County, MD, Walker also taught photography for several semesters at Montgomery College. He has been the set director for local theatre productions including Guys and Dolls, Music Man and Anything Goes. Earlier in his career, as an artisan in Memphis, TN, Walker built movie sets for Great Balls of Fire, The Client and The People vs Larry Flynt. He is teaching a combination of Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced Pottery on Wednesday nights in Fall 2019, and two 4-week courses, “Creating a Photo Project” in September-November on Saturdays from 10 am -noon at the academyartmuseum.org. Walker recently was the invited juror for the annual Mispillion Art League show in Milford, DE. He is an active member of the Working Artists Forum and his upcoming shows are posted here: www.squarehousestudio.com/shows-1
MAIRE McARDLE, the founding design director of Bethesda Magazine and Arlington Magazine, has launched, redesigned or art directed over 250 publications throughout her career. Maire has been an adjunct professor at the Corcoran College of Art+Design and has been an invited guest speaker for arts organizations throughout the DC metro area. Currently, Maire is a creative contributor to the Tred Avon Players helping design the set for the musical, “It Shoulda Been You” at the Oxford Community Center, August 15-25. A book designer and children's book writer, Maire has designed /custom-published two artists’ books in 2019 and exhibited her mixed media monoprints at the Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival at the Maritime Museum. Click on McArdle Creative to view her design portfolio. Click here for more details about her new custom publishing campaign.
As partners in their art business, Square House Studio, Steve and Maire are daily creatives who serve as a muse to each other. When they are not making art, you may spot them driving around town in their VW Beetle convertible heading to the Farmer’s Market or Oxford for the sunset or to teach at the Academy Art Museum… give ‘em a wave!
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