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"Two Broke Artists"

Jennifer Appelfeller

​*Art Teacher At Lancaster City Schools

​*Masters in Education

Kathy Rowland

​*Retired Art Teacher

​*Masters in Art Education

Dale Hauge

*Masters Degree in Science;Indiana University
​*The acting director "Clay Center of Ohio"
​*President of the board of trustees "ZOCA" Zanesville Ohio Ceramic Arts​
*Member & instructor of the Somerset Artist Co-op
​*Dale has been a professional potter for over 20 years.
​​*Dales work can be seen at the Aten Dairy Barn, Nelsonville Emporium, Two Broke Artists Art Studio, Somerset Artists Co-op and Dale is commissioned form various groups to produce original hand built products.


Bobbi Roberts McKinnon

​*Art Teacher @ Fairfield Christian Academy

​*Masters in Education

*Bachelors in Art Education

​Artists at the Art Studio

Private Art lessons upon request:

"Artists @ the Studio"

Art Teachers & Artists

 Summer McKinnon along with local Art teachers/Artists have been enjoying their world through the expression of many Art media's for many combined years. Various Art teachers are currently teaching Art (or retired) in the public school systems in Fairfield county and hold an Art Education License k-12 in Ohio.  We've been teaching Art at many levels since the late 80's and pride ourselves on making sure the students needs are not only met but exceeded.  We all enjoy the benefits of creating Art and want to share the experience with you.  We are currently offering classes that include:

  • Beginning Painting Party's for adults
  • Birthday & Special Occasion Party's for all ages.
  • Corporate Painting Party's at studio & on location.
  • Beginning Painting (students 4 & up scheduled classes only)
  • Toddler class are seasonal
  • Intermediate Painting Classes
  • Drawing class (upon request)
  • Clay/Ceramic building classes for all ages.  Professional Wheel throwing classes weekly.
  • Weekly Youth Art Classes (check event calendar for times and dates)
  • Private Classes upon request

"Two Broke Artists"


The phrase that would most represent the way I feel about Art and the work that I do as well as the work that I like is: "It's not what you look at, it's what you see"...What do you see...? 

When I work with mixed media I am reminded that we live in a colorful world full of texture, color and depth that stimulate a variety of different emotional responses.  As individuals we all see things differently, even though we may be looking at the same thing.  As an Artist I want the viewer to have a personal experience with the work created, enabling the viewer to take the art form to their own place, not necessarily the same place as the other viewers.  We all have our own "pot of stew" in the garden of life containing a variety of ingredients that contribute to who we are and how we view different materials.