Artist Yolanda Chetwynd

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The Delaware Division of the Arts has an online registry of artists, which is an excellent resource. You will find information about my own work here.

There are a number of other artist websites that you may want to visit. The first is that of my sister, children's illustrator Bridget Chetwynd (also see a homewares site she runs with our sister Natasha, called Bee & Tea). My nephew Jack Latimer has great photos at his blog.

Carson Zullinger is a Delaware photographer who, in addition to his personal work, professionally documents the work of other artists, such as my masks. At the Forum Gallery site you will find exquisite paintings by my friend Lisa Bartolozzi. Nancy Breslin is a Newark photographer who helped with the redesign of this website. Rowena Macleod creates unique works in "compeinage" (her distinctive combination of collage and painting). Friend and neighbor Maureen Kamerick weaves exquisite scarves and shawls from hand-dyed silk. Also visit the Chrysalis Studios site of Frances Smokowski.

At youtube you can see some recent paintings by Norman Sasowsky and hear him discuss this work. Also visit the website of a childhood friend, Valérie Maltaverne.




Delaware has a number of excellent resources for artists. The Newark Arts Alliance has a gallery, classes, and other community programs. The Biggs Museum in Dover frequently exhibits the work of local artists and has other programming for children and adults.

An excellent local fitness program is Paradigm Fitness. If you want a total transforming program try Body for Life for Women and for relaxation I suggest this Zen group. For more information about Zen, I invite you to visit the website of my late father, Tom Chetwynd. To have more time available to get your work done, consider using The Clean Team.

Two favorite causes:  check out the work my friend  Joyce Tannian is doing at  Water is Life/Kenya.  Also, I have lived in two L'Arche communities: L'arche Lambeth (see portraits) and in India. 

It has been a great experience for me to be involved with Odyssey of the Mind.


Three masks by artist Yolanda Chetwynd