Selina Mc Kane attends the University of West Florida and will complete a Bachelor of Fine Art in May 2018 before pursuing an MFA.
Her studies concentrate on two-dimensional studio art, specifically drawing and painting, and she is listed on the Academic Honor Roll and is a member of the Mixed Arts Sights and Sounds Club.
Joseph plans to continue working as an artist outside of school, producing work for shows and applying for internships.
He has taken part in curatorial projects, such as the Good Fortune Art Show at O’Zone Pizza Pub, and collaborated with Greg Saunders in creating a sculpture, A Song of Appalachia, for the Siren Series at Pensacola State College.
Joe Hobbs was born in Chattanooga but grew up skateboarding and drawing on everything in the Bahamas, Key West, Camarillo and Monterey.
Hobbs studied at Rhode Island School of Design, California College of Arts and Pilchuck Glass School and earned his BFA in sculpture from the University of West Florida.
Jaime recently finished her BFA in Studio Art and is currently working on her BA in Art History.
Since 2000, Lueza has been working on a variety of public art projects in many cities throughout the United States.