New fiber-based artworks and installations inspired by Southern California.
Trish Limbaugh brings to her studio residency extensive experience as a practicing artist and teacher. She earned her BFA from Frostburg State University (MD), a graduate certificate in Ceramics from Hood College (MD) and trained with a Master Weaver (WV). While working in studios in Maryland, Texas and Montana, Trish was selected for national juried exhibitions, the featured artist in galleries and earned recognition as the Most Outstanding Local Artist (Cumberland, MD). She has taught Ceramics, 2 Dimensional Art, 3 Dimensional Art and Art Appreciation at Universities and Community Colleges in Maryland and Montana as well as teaching private lessons in her studio and through local art councils.
Trish believes strongly in giving back to the community “through art” and has worked with underserved and abused children and teens. Additionally, as a volunteer, she developed a regional artists co-op to promote local artists in Maryland and designed a museum space, built displays and conserved more that 450 pieces of Native American art in Montana.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website