The lower level of the Marketview Arts building, referred to as the Artists’ Underground, houses several studio spaces which are rented by local professional artists. The artists work with a variety of media, including paint, photography, performance, and more.
Meet the Artists
Rosa Luz Catterall
Rosa Luz Catterall is a Latino self taught artist, who was born in Peru. She holds a degree in Sociology from Queens College, New York, and a graduate of the School of Social Work and Art Therapy Program from New York University. Presently, she divides her time as an artist and as an art therapist. Rosa Luz works on commissions, and community art projects from her studio in Marketview Arts. As an art therapist, she works as an independent contractor throughout York and Dauphin County with a diverse age population, utilizing a client-centered modality.
Ophelia M. Chambliss is a fine artist and lecturer originally from Chicago, IL, whose work has been exhibited in a number of solo shows, group shows, and several distinguished juried shows. Most of her recent work has been in the realm of public art and murals. She calls her signature painting style realistic cubism, and paints a variety of subject matters. Drawing on her background in communications (BA in Communication Arts and Sciences and MA in Communications from Penn State University), she tells the story behind her work and builds an appreciation for cultural understanding. She is passionate about working with youth, especially those in marginalized communities, and advocating for equity, the arts, community activism, and professional development.
Website: www.opheliachambliss.com and www.muralartist-ophelia.com
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A visual artist and resident of York, Jeannine Dabb returned to college to study painting after 22 years as a small business owner in the medical aesthetics industry. She graduated from York College of Pennsylvania in December 2020 with a BA in Fine Art, specializing in painting and drawing. In 2019, three of her artworks were accepted into the York Art Association Forty-Ninth Annual Juried Exhibition. In February 2020 she won an Award of Distinction in Emerging Visions at Creative York, and she had her first solo show in July 2020 at The Grotto. Her work has also been featured in the York Fest Juried Show (Creative York) and the 2020 Annual Juried Student Exhibition at York College Galleries.
Following graduate school at Penn State, Bob Miller started his career as an actor with a children’s theatre tour produced by the university. Bob was then hired by the York Little Theatre (the Belmont) as their first Children’s Theatre Director. After eight years, he became Director-in-Residence of the William Penn Performing Arts Institute, while also attending the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop in New York City and teaching children’s theatre and creative dramatics for Penn State. After retiring from the Performing Arts Institute in 2006, Bob started art classes with Brenda Wintermyer and opened a studio at Marketview Arts to practice both performance and fine art. He is currently writing and directing a puppet show entitled “Hashim and Abner.”
Story Supply Co.
Story Supply Co. is a design, screen print, and craft stationery manufacturer specializing in handmade leather and paper goods and shirt and poster printing.
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Washington Winnona Images
Washington Winnona Images, co-owned by Miles Murdaugh and Francisco Soto, is a professional photography and videography company that produces low-cost, high-quality images and video capturing events, sports, and entertainment. They have also produced a documentary film and do freelance photography. The company was named a 2019 Bloom Business Grant Finalist, is credentialed as a Getty Images IStock Contributor, and has an FAA Part 107 commercial drone license which has allowed them to conduct hundreds of flights for multiple projects. In 2020, they received an honorable mention in the Yorkfest Adult Juried Exhibition and were finalists for the York Cultural Alliance Artist Innovator Award. Their most recent work includes the exhibition Through Our Lens: I Can’t Breathe, exhibited at Marketview Arts and the Parliament Arts Organization.
“I cherish every moment I spend behind the camera and editing photos. There is nothing quite like composing the perfect memory, bending light & time to tell a story and create history.” – Miles Murdaugh, Co-owner
“From the onset, our mission has been to improve our photography and be able to tell stories that will reach others that can’t be there in the moment.” – Francisco Soto, Co-owner
Website: www.winnonaimages.com and Noir Gallery (Search "Washington Winnona Images")
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