Charlotte Dickinson started painting at an early age, inspired by professional artists and sculptors in her family. For 27 years she owned and operated a gallery in the beautiful Endless Mountain area of Pennsylvania. She has been painting and teaching for more than 35 years.With a solid background in drawing, composition and color theory, she now devotes her entire professional life to the challenge of the efforts of light on form through color. The idea of space and filtered light indeed exemplifies her work today and she brings to her painting a life long interest in the work of Cezanne and the Impressionists. She has studied with many fine artist over the years but credits William Schultz and Charles Movalli with "showing her the light." My love for painting is a result of a great appreciation of nature and the beauty around me. I love to work in different media. Each subject lends to a special technique.
Theron Dickinson (T.R. to his friends) spent his childhood on a beautiful country farm in Pennsylvania. With a family of six he worked as Branch Manager with Crowell-Collier Publishing Co. in Richmond, Virginia. Years later he acquired the position as Territory Supervisor for KiWi Cavalier. Under his supervision, his territories, Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and W. Virginia became Number One in Sales Volume in the US.
After retiring and moving to Florida, T.R. was employed by the USDA. It was on April 23, 2003 he become the AIS Membership Chairman and Treasurer by the Board of Directors. Through the years the Board had seen T.R. as a strong leader, helping to bring the AIS to its present level of credibility in the United States.
T.R. believes all good things come from GOD. His guiding rule is “The word INTEGRITY” and it's full dictionary interpretation. He reads this everyday. T.R. carries his responsibilities with the greatest possible pleasure.
William J. Schultz
He was director and instructor for the William J. Schultz Art School in Lenox, Massachusetts for 25 years. Bill moved to Florida where he continued to teach until he was 82 years old. His students revere him and say he was the “Art Spirit” personified.
Marjorie L. Bradley
Pauline S. Ney