How to make an art piece from scratch

sampsons community college in Cleveland is home to the only art gallery in Ohio and has become a national icon thanks to its art exhibits.

Art student and Cleveland resident Shauna Dennison has been making art from scratch since she was a child.

She has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and a master’s degree.

“I grew up loving art.

I always had the ability to draw and I always loved painting.

It was a passion that I would always seek out,” Dennisons said.

“The only thing I was taught in school was how to make something by hand, so that I could learn how to draw.”

In 2011, Dennies work was featured in the cover story in Cleveland’s Cleveland Plain Dealer, the first in the area.

Since then, she has made thousands of pieces of art and is one of the local artists that has made the Cleveland area a hub for creativity and community.

“There’s a lot of artists in this community, and I’m very grateful that people have chosen to be here,” Denny said.

“A lot of the people I know that are making these pieces have had a passion and a dream that is now in their art.

This has been a dream come true.”

Art has always been a passion for Dennials family, she said.

She graduated from Sampson Community College in the fall of 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in illustration.

Denni said that she is inspired by the work of many great artists and that she has always wanted to be an artist.

“When I first got into this world of art, I had to figure out how to do things that were easier,” Denna said.

The artwork in her portfolio is a mix of traditional painting, photography and illustration.

She said that her goal is to create pieces that are timeless, beautiful and functional.

The work that she creates has been recognized by national and international galleries.

She and her husband and their two daughters are now working on their second painting.

The family is excited to have been featured in Cleveland media outlets and to have the opportunity to create something so unique.

“The community has been supportive of my family’s passion and my art work,” Dannies mother said.