Linda Wimberly - Composer and Author
Linda Wimberly is a musician, artist and writer from Marietta, GA, where she teaches private music lessons in piano, voice, and guitar. She has a degree in Interdisciplinary Humanities from the University of Alabama and performed as a vocalist and guitarist for over 30 years. Linda is a former Vermont Studio Center resident in writing, and her poetry has appeared inKalliope, Aries and other journals. Her vocal and choral compositions have been used in and published for schools, churches and grief counseling centers. Linda has three recordings: “Linda” (1975 – soft rock), “Whispers of Grace” (1990 – religious) and “Learning to Love Again” (2003 – grief and loss).
Harris Wheeler - Instrumentalist and Arranger
Harris M. Wheeler is a pianist and arranger from Marietta GA. He is a graduate of Shorter College with a degree in Music Education. Mr. Wheeler taught choral music in the Cobb County School System and served for four years as the performing arts director at Mount Paran Christian School. Presently, he is the music associate and pianist at Marietta First Baptist Church. He sang in the Atlanta Symphony Chorus under the baton of Maestro Robert Shaw. For ten years he served as the pianist and musical director at the cabaret theatre in Atlanta, Upstairs At Gene and Gabe's, during which time he wrote the music for the country musical comedy soap opera, Della's Diner, which played in Atlanta for two years and opened at the Manhattan Theatre Club in New York. He served as musical director for Six Flags Over Georgia for over 30 years. Mr. Wheeler has recorded two CD s “Worship Beyond Words” and “His the Season”.
Molly Nuttall - Vocalist
Molly Nuttall is a vocalist from Kennesaw, GA. She is a Music Education major at Georgia Southern University and is pursuing a career in elementary music education. After graduation next year, her plans include graduate studies in music.
Liz Adams-Jones - Artist
A native of Marietta, Georgia, Liz earned her B.F.A. at Georgia State University in 2003. Shortly after, she relocated to New York to continue her studies at the Art Students League and the National Academy School of Fine Arts. In 2008, Liz was the recipient of the Newington Cropsey Foundation for the Arts Scholarship Program in Florence, Italy. She spent a summer studying Renaissance Art History and working in her studio space at Studio Art Center International. Liz was awarded a Scholarship Membership at the Salmagundi Club in New York City where she frequently exhibits work. She is currently an art instructor at Urban Arts. She paints and teaches out of her studio in Hoboken, New Jersey.