Maryalice Johnston, Vicky Tomayko, & Sylvia Tomayko-Peters

Maryalice Johnston is a painter who works in a variety of medium and utilizes a range of surfaces and methods to create intuitive painterly works. She was a founding member of artSTRAND, a former Provincetown art gallery owned and operated by seven Cape Cod based artists, a member of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and a member of BUTTER, a group of musicians experimenting with noise and sound.

Vicky Tomayko is an artist who works with a variety of print methods creating one-of-a-kind works on paper. She studied printmaking in Detroit and with Michael Mazur in Provincetown. She was a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and has an MFA in printmaking from Western Michigan University. In addition to PAAM, she teaches at Cape Cod Community College and at the Fine Arts Work Center’s Summer Program. She manages the print studio for the Fine Arts Work Center during their seven month Residency Program, providing workshops and one-on-one instruction. She was an artist-in-residence at the Cape Cod Lighthouse Charter School in Orleans for ten years. Tomayko was assistant professor of printmaking at Connecticut College. She is represented by the Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown.

Sylvia Tomayko-Peters joins the teaching team for the presentation portion of the workshop. She is a designer, book binder, and multimedia artist based in Somerville, MA. She operates Middle Dune, a handmade paper goods business, out of her small studio, where she experiments with the intersection of graphic printmaking styles and ancient binding techniques. Tomayko-Peters holds a BFA in Literary Arts and in Modern Culture and Media from Brown University.