Artists Information | Island Breeze Of Mackinac Art

Read and learn information on our Michigan artists; The ones who bring the island of Mackinac alive and immortalize it in mediums. If you are a local Michigan artist who does artwork of Mackinac Island and would like the possibility of being on this website, send an email to Beverly McQuistion at Badbevy@hotmail.com or call at (231) 420-7423.


Kathleen Zeck

Kathleen Zeck was born in the city of Sterling Heights in Michigan. She works primarily in the medium of painting; oils and watercolor. Kathleen received a bachelors degree Kendall University of Art and Design. She studied art and design with a major in fine art and a minor in art history; She graduated in spring 2015. She has made the president and deans list for KCAD and was awarded the Kendall portfolio scoloarship. Kathleen has her artwork at Island Breeze of Mackinac on Mackinac Island. She’s currently continuing her education, aiming for masters.

 

Candice Tucker

Artist Statement: As I think of vacationing in Northern Michigan while our children were growing up it brings a smile to my face. This attachment to Northern Michigan is very special to me and it is only natural that this would be the main focus of my painting. The connection for those who settle in the north is a bond that is often unspoken. It is a special place for special people. I am grateful to be able to share its beauty.


Biography: Candice L Tucker studied at Ohio University and graduated from the University of Toledo with an Art Education Degree. She majored in figure drawing under the guidance of Diana Atti, an admired professor. Candice took up water colors when her children were young, as they grew and became more active in school activities the paints were put away. A short time ago Candice retrieved her tools and has been painting as life’s activities allow.

 

Karen Alley Williams
She lives in Grand Rapids Michigan. Her love of painting has been her passion for 30 years. She's worked in many mediums, mainly oils and watercolors.

 

Jerry Tallman