Allyssa DeZaldivar is a Fayetteville transplant, born and raised in Redlands, California. While she was previously an outdoor science major, Allyssa blended her interests of nature and art and is now currently studying fine art with an emphasis in sculpture. When she is not in class or at the Community Creative Center, she is usually painting in her makeshift studio or out with friends and family.
Chrystal has had a lifelong love of the arts. Born and raised in Fayetteville, Chrystal attended the School of Art at the University of Arkansas, and graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in art education. In 2018 she joined Community Creative Center, teaching classes in ceramics, painting, and glass fusing. She enjoys working with students of all ages. When she is not in the studio, Chrystal is serving her fifth year as choreographer and instructor with the Fayetteville High School color guard program. She also enjoys creating her own works of art, and hiking.
Sarah Martin is a multi-disciplinary artist with a background in ceramics. Through her work, Sarah recreates personal moments while emphasizing humor in the mundane. She is currently the director of operations and a teaching artist at Community Creative Center.
Kiara Page is an artist who graduated from the University of Mobile with her Bachelor’s in history and studio art. She is most well versed in painting with watercolor, acrylics, and oils, but she also teaches ceramics and a wide variety of 2D arts. Her personal art style is colorful, illustrative and usually combines portraits with plants and other organic subject matter. You can see more of her art on instagram @KiaraRae.art and you can contact her at KiaraRae.firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Williams has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Arkansas with an emphasis in ceramics. James teaches wheel throwing and hand building classes at the Community Creative Center.
Kim Tomlinson received a degree in Printmaking from the University of Arkansas Spring 2020. Tomlinson uses art to connect with her community and highlight our shared experiences.