|Patricia Bennet||Gavin Brooks||Claude Buckley||Osvaldo Colon||Gene Costanza|
|Judy Hintz Cox||Dylan Critchfield||Holland B. Cunningham||Melissa Dickenson||Cynthia Eddings|
|Jim Forner||Barbara Gruber||Judeth Pekala Hawkins||Helen Hilliard||Phyllis Hollands-Robinson|
|Robert Knudsen||Ben Marcin||Liza Hathaway Matthews||Carol Mitchell||Lat Naylor|
|Marian Pacsuta||Christine Picard||John Brandon Sills||Tremain Smith||Mary Swann|
Phyllis Hollands-Robinson is one of the few living painters whose work stems directly from the great French Impressionists. Studies at the American Academy of Art, Chicago Academy of Art, Academie de la Grande Chaumiers and other ateliers in Paris were, of course, good basic training , but her true knowledge was aquired through her painting with Pierre Bertrand, who was known as "Le Grandpere" of post-Impressionism. Bertrand was a severe critic to Hollands-Robinson as Monet, Renoir, Pissaro and Gaugin were to him.
by Brynn Bruijn.