Wendy Gordin

As the president of Westlake Village Art Guild, Wendy is very involved with bringing art to our community. She has been painting for 22 years, and gives private instruction. She likes to tell a story in her paintings with figures and light and color.
wendygordin.com

Dennis Griffin

Dennis Griffin, a photographer for more than 40 years, founded Studio Griffoto in 2007 to market his fine art imagery. His award winning work encompasses nature and landscape photography, form photography, travel photography and digital imaging.
To quote the artist: “I have always been fascinated by the interplay of color, design, and the magical effects of light and reflections. From my early experience to the present, my goal has remained unchanged…to utilize these elements to create unique images that transcend photographs." To view examples of his photo and digital art, and published books, visit his website at: www.studiogriffoto.com

Susan Gardner

Susan Gardner is a recently retired professor of Communications Arts (graphic design and multi-media) at Moorpark College.
Inspired by great painters from the realist tradition such as Anders Zorn and John Singer Sargent, she paints still life, plein air and portraiture.

Anette Power

A native of Sweden, Anette had a career in Animation here in the US, before becoming a Full-time Artist. She has won a number of Best of Show awards highlighting her ability to capture light and color in paintings that tell a story. Anette is an artist member of the California Art Club and has been an active board member of the Westlake Village Art Guild for eight years.
anettepower.com

Priscilla Kromnick

Jury co-Chair
Priscilla is a painter and fiber artist whose wearable art has been represented in galleries and major museum stores across the United States.
Priscilla is a member of the Agoura Hills Cultural Arts Council, and for the past ten years has been proud to be an ongoing co-chair of the Greater Conejo Valley Student Awards Juried Art Show.
Priscillakromnick.com

Craig Morton

Jury co-Chair
A native of Michigan, Craig is an avid and well traveled photographer and digital artist.
After earning a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University, Craig worked the next 26 years in the plastics industry where he held numerous professional, supervisory, managerial and executive positions.
Craig has served as an officer in the Westlake Village Art Guild since 2004. He has been an active volunteer on the Thousand Oaks Arts Festival Committee since 2007 as Visual Arts Chair.